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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeisgreat View Post
    Don’t know how it is for them...I know it’s better for me and my family!
    Good for you. Now that it has been a while, do you have a feeling for how the remaining business owners at the west end of Pedro Clisante feel about the changes? Are the desperate over them or happy because of them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    And that was going to be just by the whoremongers.

    Is all good for them in their new location down at the east end so far?
    Out of sight out of mind.
    Pedro Clisante and Rosen are quiet. There are a few Spandex Queens still milling about looking for stray mongers. The bar across from Rockys needs to be looked at as that is the new whore-hangout they are milling in front of.

    But now I suspect respectable businesses would actually consider any empty storefronts, as there could actually be a renaissance to downtown to become a more culturally diverse and family usable locale. Gone are the cigar smoking middle-age roving gangs staying in $40/night hotels conducting nightly meat galleries on the sidewalks, and bars full of chinga-boyz regaling each other with their embellished sexual gymnastics.
    Even the beach has less of the prowling mongers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chico bill View Post
    Out of sight out of mind.
    Pedro Clisante and Rosen are quiet. There are a few Spandex Queens still milling about looking for stray mongers. The bar across from Rockys needs to be looked at as that is the new whore-hangout they are milling in front of.

    But now I suspect respectable businesses would actually consider any empty storefronts, as there could actually be a renaissance to downtown to become a more culturally diverse and family usable locale. Gone are the cigar smoking middle-age roving gangs staying in $40/night hotels conducting nightly meat galleries on the sidewalks, and bars full of chinga-boyz regaling each other with their embellished sexual gymnastics.
    Even the beach has less of the prowling mongers.
    what's a chinga boy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    what's a chinga boy?
    I certainly had no idea, does this help?


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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    what's a chinga boy?
    a man who has many casual sexual partners, chinga == fu** in spanish

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    I certainly had no idea, does this help?

    yes...thank you windeguy.

    now i get it. but this is not Sosua..it is somewhere on the African continent..

    you have to admit they all look alike, no?

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    As Sully says, “The truth is out there”. Now we finally know why the new jetty was built. Not to protect the reefs but solely to protect the beach in front of a new resort development. This will be both instructive and alarming to those that make the effort to monitor the negative impacts of the jetty. If the jetty results in sediment deposition on the microorganisms that feed on the reef, there will be smothered. The food source for reef dwellers will diminish and they will go elsewhere. Beaches above the jetty may be subject to secretion (washout) and beaches below the jetty may actually increase in size (accretion). You may think increased beach deposition is a good thing. Yes and no. It can change the beaches ability to absorb the massive pressure of the breaking waves, especially during major storms. Major washouts, pier and sea wall damage can occur. Ya can’t fight nature!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    yes...thank you windeguy.

    now i get it. but this is not Sosua..it is somewhere on the African continent..

    you have to admit they all look alike, no?
    I was sure you would "get the point' regarding the Chinga Boys comment.
    After all, the so-called Chinga Boys referred to in the post who are in Sosua don't come from Sosua.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    yes...thank you windeguy.

    now i get it. but this is not Sosua..it is somewhere on the African continent..

    you have to admit they all look alike, no?
    See post # 3103

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    Quote Originally Posted by etolw View Post
    a man who has many casual sexual partners, chinga == fu** in spanish
    says who?

    my pc says it refers to a group of people in Kenya, Africa.

    show me where your computer says it has anything to do with promiscuity. i'll wait.

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