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  1. #127

    This is not Dominican Spanish 101

    But yet I am still getting schooled after over 5 years of posting about Republica Dominicana.

    Quote Originally Posted by Combo  [View Original Post]
    Alright, I rarely wade into these conversations about Spanish, because some numbskull who knows 15 words in the language inevitably tries to argue with me. Cuarantena means quarantine. Toque de quada is a related concept, but usually refers to a curfew. However, you may hear them used together, because a curfew is frequently a feature of a quarantine. Curfew, OTOH, is an English word and not a Spanish one, and as such I don't know why one would expect a Dominican to use it.
    Since I know more than 15 words of Spanish and actually live on the island I will address your post. I am not fluent but as other off islanders have pointed out I know how to use google. And I use it often.

    I never said Dominicans were using the word curfew. My question is why are you asking the question and others making that inaccurate statements? My use of the english language is clear and I am very good at it. But Dominicans use many english words. Anyone (even numbskull off islanders) who have spent any time here on the island knows this.

    As for your question I will leave it to your readers to answer or yourself. But since we are asking questions about Spanish language usage can you tell me why they also referred to it as "cuarentena"?

    Cuarentena was accurate. Why? Since airports were closed to visitors to the island during the majority of the time the SOE was in force. I guess you missed that part while you were off island.

    In my opinion Prtyr post was not intended to share information but to poke fun at me as he has done the entire time he has responded to my posts. Someone told me they have met him and he's is good guy. I just have to take their word for it.

    Interesting, I spelled Abinader wrong in my post about COVID-19. I guess you missed that too. Want to tell us about pussy in the DR? My bad! This is not the section for that. Make sure you leave out price so that some do not feel the need to comment on what grown men are paying for pussy.

    Did anyone find this spot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Prtyr2  [View Original Post]
    Hmmm. Cannot picture it. Car wash pirot is close. Plaza caribe is close and apparently reopened as a night club. Used to be a place briefly on the other side of the elevado but that was years ago. Need to do a trip to villacon and villa agrcola when they lift quarantine.
    Or when they lift curfew? Which is it brother?

    Welcome back Prtyr2 I missed your witty repartee. LOL! As for the others file a trip report then talk about my Spanish. Do any of you characters know that the island is open. No "toque de quada":

    Quote Originally Posted by Kazeu  [View Original Post]
    La caurentena means quarantine in spanish. Technically they are different concepts, though I'll give you that they tangentially related.
    No cuarentena.

    https://www.wordreference.com/es/tra...ord=quarantine

    I make mistakes. But, if you are going to correct me get that shit right! Two middle fingers up!
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  2. #126
    Alright, I rarely wade into these conversations about Spanish, because some numbskull who knows 15 words in the language inevitably tries to argue with me. Cuarantena means quarantine. Toque de quada is a related concept, but usually refers to a curfew. However, you may hear them used together, because a curfew is frequently a feature of a quarantine.

    Curfew, OTOH, is an English word and not a Spanish one, and as such I don't know why one would expect a Dominican to use it.

    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Luis Rodolfo Abinader Corona is the president elect of the Dominican Republic.

    Thank you for more of your insights on the use of the Spanish language and I will leave your question as a exercise for the readers and yourself. I am surprised we heard nothing from you about where to get the best stake during the "toque de queda". That would have been a useful contribution.

    Why would they (Dominicans) also refer to it as a cuarenta?
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  3. #125

    You mean cuarentena? Not 40

    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Luis Rodolfo Abinader Corona is the president elect of the Dominican Republic.

    Thank you for more of your insights on the use of the Spanish language and I will leave your question as a exercise for the readers and yourself. I am surprised we heard nothing from you about where to get the best stake during the "toque de queda". That would have been a useful contribution.

    Why would they (Dominicans) also refer to it as a cuarenta?
    La caurentena means quarantine in spanish. Technically they are different concepts, though I'll give you that they tangentially related.

  4. #124
    Luis Rodolfo Abinader Corona is the president elect of the Dominican Republic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Prtyr2  [View Original Post]
    Uhm, toque de queda basically means curfew. Why would Dominicans use the English word for it?
    Thank you for more of your insights on the use of the Spanish language and I will leave your question as a exercise for the readers and yourself. I am surprised we heard nothing from you about where to get the best stake during the "toque de queda". That would have been a useful contribution.

    Why would they (Dominicans) also refer to it as a cuarenta?

  5. #123
    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Luis Abner and his wife have COVID-19. Hope they both hang tough and recover!

    https://www.diariolibre.com/actualid...tm_medium=push

    It should be noted that if you are actually here on the island nobody calls it a curfew. Everybody calls it "cuarenta" o "toque de queda". In fact every girl I talk to in Spanish speaking countries calls it a "cuarenta". But off islanders would not know this. Maybe they just felt the need to be a critic because not only are they not getting any pussy anymore they do not count.

    Boots on the ground. Man in the arena. Continuing to post FROM Republica Dominicana until COVID-19 gets me!
    Uhm, toque de queda basically means curfew. Why would Dominicans use the English word for it?

  6. #122

    COVID-19 does not play!

    Luis Abner and his wife have COVID-19. Hope they both hang tough and recover!

    https://www.diariolibre.com/actualid...tm_medium=push

    It should be noted that if you are actually here on the island nobody calls it a curfew. Everybody calls it "cuarenta" o "toque de queda". In fact every girl I talk to in Spanish speaking countries calls it a "cuarenta". But off islanders would not know this. Maybe they just felt the need to be a critic because not only are they not getting any pussy anymore they do not count.

    Boots on the ground. Man in the arena. Continuing to post FROM Republica Dominicana until COVID-19 gets me!

  7. #121

    SOE extended for 12 more days

    Chamber of Deputies voted to extend the state of emergency for 12 more days.

    https://www.diariolibre.com/actualid...aign=blueconic

    I was wondering if the people posting up in here who say that DRGOV is lying about COVID-19 statistics have anything to back up their assertions?

  8. #120
    My man YyzTravel. You know it is pussy before politics each and every goddamn day. That's how the players play!

    Quote Originally Posted by YyzTravel  [View Original Post]
    Great post sub, and we might disagree on a few points you make some really solid points from someone on island right now. Yep, got a bottle of Blanton's to bring down for a few drinks one night before casas / dinner / chicas.
    Senor Presidente spoke today. Lots of words. Little substance. We are going have to learn to live with COVID-19. Phasing day to day life back in. No hard date on opening the airports just yet. Stay tuned!

    You know how hard it is to get bourbon? Lots of pussy. But bourbon especially the good stuff? Now that is valuable!

  9. #119
    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Got much respect for ya brother. Here is to a future cabana party with hot chicas and raising a glass together John Wick style! You are still bringing the Blantons right?
    Great post sub, and we might disagree on a few points you make some really solid points from someone on island right now. Yep, got a bottle of Blanton's to bring down for a few drinks one night before casas / dinner / chicas.

  10. #118

    Yankees and Euros stay home!

    Brother Yyz, I am moving this conversation over this section because it is a political issue to be decided here by the government of Republica Dominicana (RDGOV). Not by off islanders talking shit about how I live my life in Republica Dominicana.

    Quote Originally Posted by YyzTravel  [View Original Post]
    The longer a lot of islands stay closed, while medically safe, a lot of them whose largest industry if tourism will start to tank. I think governments are going to realize that you can keep people well from COVID, but if they starve to death, or it destroys the country in the process, did you really save people?
    I do not see people starving to death. And I do not believe that the RDGOV here is going to let that happen. I am local. And see what RDGOV is doing for their people. It is not an issue of supply. There is plenty of food here on the island. It is an issue of people having money to buy food. I have connections to the people around me. And they all are not rich.

    I am a man in the arena, not a colmado party boy. I am a philanthropist. Always have been. I do things with my money to help others. But I am not rich. I do things with my time to help others. There I am rich. If other off islanders see that and choose to spend their time writing about me in a negative manner it does not bother me. Fuck a monger wingman, when you live here you need a Dominican in your corner when things get hot. A ride or die chick.

    I will spend every last peso I have helping those who have helped me survive on this island. I will will keep on fighting with them to survive til my very last breath. Think I am not serious? I have my final arrangements in place on this island.

    Somebody told me I look like food to Dominicans. Without offering you offense brother that is a very US attitude. I would go further to say that is an attitude from a particular type of person from the US that I cannot describe here but I can say I do not there type. You see family connections here are much tighter than in the US. I see up close and personal family and friends helping those that are close to them get through the day to day difficulties that COVID-19 has brought to the island.

    The Gran Jefe Mobile is a community vehicle. Those in the know, know that when the rubber needs to meet the road, I will fire her up and and roll where they need to roll. Each time; every time; And they do not bother me for stupid shit. When they knock on my door it is for a real emergency. They explain it to me and my answer is ALWAYS Si! Give me a minute to get my clothes on and we are off. Not life threatening but serious. Not because it is convenient but because I am their best option for the tough situation they find themselves in. Hell, I paid 113.4 DOP / gallon for diesel fuel today. I can afford it. LOL!

    The United States of America does not have things under control medically and countries the world over would do well to put American visitors under quarantine for 14 days and only open back up to countries where they have infections rates under control and extensive testing has been performed. I have seen no testing numbers that would indicate individuals in the USA are any safer than those in RD. The fact the United States of America have lost more people to COVID-19 than they lost in a 10 year armed conflict with another nation. Think about that. One of the coolest brothers I know on here fought in that war. Real serious stuff. A true man in the arena. I am glad he lived through it. We have shared some great fuck stories since making our acquaintance on this board.

    The best way to avoid a second wave in Republica Dominicana would be not to allow those from the US hot zones into the country for a very long time. Like until high season here. And just write that money off. Cause when it comes back it is going to blood money paid for with sickness and death of the citizens of Republica Dominicana. If they need the money at least try to stop the wave by screening visitors hard at immigration and turning those who do not meet medical standards back right at the airport!

    Put a tent isolation ward right there outside the terminal at the airports and be ready to test on the spot and hold them until the results are returned. Give humane medical treatment if needed and bill embassy of the rich country they came from. And if someone in a resort gets sick. Lock the entire place off. Fuck them! Keep the people of Republica Dominicana safe.

    Sexual service providers to off islanders will be at the most risk. They would do well to invest in those temp measuring devices.

    Quote Originally Posted by YyzTravel  [View Original Post]
    In the US there have been more than a few armed rebellions against the government by people who are tired of quarantine and the crazy overreach that a lot politicians are doing right now.
    Are you speaking of the protests with guns where not a shot was fired? Hardly an armed rebellion my man. That is my opinion of the situation. The we had was a certain type of US citizen doing what they like to do and knowing they could get away with it with impunity like they always have. Let us see what happens when one of those protesters squeezes one off. They going to find out that the police do not play! Mothers going to cry. And I am not going to give a fuck. I do not have a dog in that fight. I read a quote from a political representative in the United States of America. She said what many of us already know. Nothing like speaking truth to power.

    Let me repeat, The United States of America does not have things under control medically. Officials in charge over there cannot even decide to open or not. The only doctor currently speaking truth to power says there is not enough testing to reopen the United States of America. But I've read people are worried about the testing in Republica Dominicana. Sounds like someone is scared and needs to take their own advice.

    You you know I have no problem with people making decisions for themselves. But here, here my man the police popped a cap into a person standing on their porch after hours first week of the curfew. He was unarmed. I did not google that. I saw it on the news on the TV in my house. I get the local news stations. I live here. I am here right now. I say fuck the police all the time. But I am not going to fuck WITH the police.

    And just as side note there are so many better places to live in the the world than the United States of America and I am not the only person posting on here that believes that.

    Quote Originally Posted by YyzTravel  [View Original Post]
    People have now realized one major thing since the start of this:
    • WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER... but you have to stay home and lose income, etc... however, politicians keep getting paid and healthcare, etc.
    • People are past the "flatten the curve" aspect, and are realizing how many rights in all areas of the world were wiped away with a .01% mortality virus... Imagine one with a 20%!.
    I believe this is a false choice that is being presented by governments all over the world. What people need is the information to protect themselves and the tools and equipment to do so. Each and every individual is responsible for their own health. Every adult has been doing that their entire lives. They have been making basic health choices. Doing things like preventative health care to taking a job where you got to strap on your vest, check your side arm, rack your Mossberg and make sure you are smooth on the right and ready to fight. Cause you do not know what is going to be on the other side of that door your partner is about to breach.

    What governments need to do is protect their people from outsiders who do not care about them but are just interested in entertaining themselves. Yeah, that is straight no chase right there people. That is essentially what tourists of all types are doing as they visit other countries and ask people to serve them. As a person who lives on the island tourism may provide a lot of jobs, but it is not an essential business for me.

    So, I say this to the people who are contemplating exploring the places that have been unspoiled by Americans, go there please! Take your untested asymptomatic asses somewhere other than Republica Dominicana. Go ahead and go spoil the places that are currently unspoiled. I am good where I am at. I like exactly the way Republica Dominicana is right now (without the SOE of course). We do not need you! I have been to so many unspoiled places in Republica Dominicana. Even in Punta Cana there is the peoples beach. I have been there. No tourists. It was an incredible experience. But I never posted about it because it had nothing to do with having sex with girls in Republica Dominicana. When goto Punta Cana. I take" sand to the beach". You do not have to. But that is what I do. Let us face facts, when you are hanging out in El Conde and Sosua the influence of outsiders affects you and you think it affects the entire country. It does not!

    "People keep asking if I'm back and I haven't really had an answer. But now, yeah, I'm thinkin' I'm back. So you can either hand over your son or you can die screaming alongside him!" - John Wick (Keanu Reeves). Now, I never left. But I just love that quote!

    Got much respect for ya brother. Here is to a future cabana party with hot chicas and raising a glass together John Wick style! You are still bringing the Blantons right?

  11. #117

    DR is not opening anytime soon!

    May 11,2020 - Santo Domingo.

    "The Ministry of Tourism and the Hotel and Tourism Association of the Dominican Republic (Asonahores) are working on the health protocol that will be applied in the country in that sector as soon as the operations are reactivated, temporarily suspended by the pandemic. Tourism Minister, Francisco Javier Garca, who heads the meetings where the guidelines for the revival of the tourism sector are discussed. Tourism provides more than 350,000 direct jobs and is the main generator of foreign exchange. Garcia said that all the general and specific cleaning and disinfection guidelines for tourist service providers have already been discussed, with basic measures to follow to maximize sanitation processes and avoid contagion.

    "These protocols must be implemented by all tourism service providers that operate in the national territory."

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/touris...me-operations/

    There will be no tourists until the hotels open. Now I have noted that over in the main Santo Domingo forum but this is really an entire country issue. Not only for tourism but the hotels and cabanas are very useful for sexual activity. I can cook at home. I prefer fucking random putas and perras elsewhere.

    Something interesting I read is that there may be a power move against short term rentals. Because visitors may prefer private accommodations over hotels and resorts when things kick back off. Keep a lookout for this gentlemen. As I know many of you prefer the short term private set ups. Yo no! Give me no hassle cabana anytime. I have written about why I like them in the General Information forum.

  12. #116

    Time to fully open businesses hasn't come yet: labor

    May 13,2020 - Santo Domingo.

    "In a meeting with president Danio Medina Dominican labor unions on Mon. Said that the time to fully open businesses hasn't come yet.

    Their representatives say that what is pertinent is to maintain the regulatory measures "to prevent the spread of coronavirus from multiplying and wait at least fifteen more days to see what the real behavior of the virus will be on society."

    They stated that to achieve the decrease in the spread of coronavirus, it is necessary to comply with the security measures established by the authorities of the Ministry of Public Health, such as avoiding crowds, maintaining distance, the use of masks and frequent washing of hands.

    "Bypassing these provisions implies opening the doors to the virus, and that is what has been happening in recent days as the number of infections has increased, we must be aware that the important thing is to preserve life," said the representatives in a statement."

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/econom...ome-yet-labor/

    WTF? This one left me scratching my head. People are not getting paid and yet you do not want them to go back to work. I know it is a delicate balance. And honestly I am glad I am not sitting in one of the big chairs in any country having to make the kind of calls political leaders are having to make. Who do we make take the risk?

  13. #115

    The Gov. Manages dates to reopen economy

    May 13,2020 - Santo Domingo.

    "Public Health Minister, Rafael Snchez seerdenas, on Wed. Revealed that the Government is managing several dates for a possible reopening of the economy, as the main step in relaxing the measures imposed in the country to face the pandemic.

    He said the decision to be taken must be announced by President Danilo Medina, or by the high-level commission appointed to follow the nations pandemic mitigation policies, led by Presidency Minister, Gustavo Montalvo.

    "The commission has come a long way, and there are probable dates established that will inform them later," the health minister said Wednesday."

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/local/...eopen-economy/

  14. #114

    Senate approves to extend state of emergency for 25 days

    May 13, 2020 - Santo Domingo.

    "The Senate approved on Wednesday an extension of the state of emergency for 25 days, after President Danilo Medina requested it on Tuesday. The resolution, approved in a marathon four-hour session, will be debated Thursday in the Chamber of Deputies, which was convened for 11 am. The Senate was convened for next Friday at 10 am".

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/local/...y-for-25-days/

    Now I hate it when people get on my writing for grammatical errors. But that is some mother fucking bad english no matter how you look at it. We well now see if the Chamber of Deputies will save those of us under house arrest without trial.

  15. #113

    Dominican Republic leader wants state of emergency 25 more days

    May 12,2020 -Santo Domingo.

    President Danilo Medina requested, via the Senate, a third extension of the state of emergency for an additional 25 days, from May 18 to June 11. At once the Senate was convened for Wednesday, May 13 at 11 am to debate the request. Medina's request comes on the last day he's able to do so, since the state of emergency was declared on March 19 to deal with the pandemic.

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/local/...-25-more-days/

    Continuing to post up real information for those interested. If you are not, put me on ignore!

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