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jamie_m
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Re: New Member

Post by jamie_m » Fri May 02, 2014 6:17 pm

exactamente !

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Re: New Member

Post by hstutz » Fri May 02, 2014 6:26 pm

jamie_m wrote:exactamente !
I speak English and Arabic..

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Re: New Member

Post by El Zorro » Fri May 02, 2014 7:37 pm

Inquiring minds might want to know why you are not raking up some dough as a translator\interpreter at 27, even in the US, but you may have your reasons. Good luck with your Spanish, and follow your dreams.

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Re: New Member

Post by hstutz » Sat May 03, 2014 10:32 am

Gloria wrote:
hstutz wrote: I and my family as considering moving to Chile......
And also inquiring minds would like to know why would you and your family would want to leave "the greatest :mrgreen: country in the world" to come to Chilitoland...?
:) libertarian mindset makes me want to leave ..... greatest country in the world ?/// more like the most debtor nation.... minimum wage rises laws ...obamcare.. need I say more?

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Re: New Member

Post by john » Sat May 03, 2014 1:39 pm

hstutz wrote:
:) libertarian mindset makes me want to leave ..... greatest country in the world ?/// more like the most debtor nation.... minimum wage rises laws ...obamcare.. need I say more?
Given your 'libertarian' mindset, the idiom "out of the frying pan, into the fire" comes to mind. :)
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Re: New Member

Post by CPATX » Sat May 03, 2014 2:22 pm

Welcome on here, no need to get slammed down like that in your first introduction. I am glad to see another young family and yes, I echo the sentiment that competent schooling is an issue that you have to consider from the beginning. Of course you are bilingual. Kudos for you being fluent in two completely different languages, especially a difficult one like Arabic. That and having lived in different countries will it much easier for you to adapt to a new culture whether it is Chile or any other place you choose. Do you already know which area you are interested in moving to, when and what you are planning to do? Considering your age, I assume you are not in the retirement category yet. .

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Re: New Member

Post by eeuunikkeiexpat » Sat May 03, 2014 2:46 pm

Hope you can move your assets and asses out before the door shuts and dollar reserve status is lost. Suerte.

My hats off to any skilled joven who decides with clarity not to be part of the problem by working for the corp-gov military-industrial-intelligence complex. Disregard the prior sentence if that is indeed how you obtained whatever stash you currently have. :|
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Re: New Member

Post by john » Sat May 03, 2014 3:18 pm

eeuunikkeiexpat wrote:
My hats off to any skilled joven who decides with clarity not to be part of the problem by working for the corp-gov military-industrial-intelligence complex.
You cast a very wide net. :wink:
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Re: New Member

Post by sqcpcg » Sun May 04, 2014 11:30 pm

john wrote:
eeuunikkeiexpat wrote:
My hats off to any skilled joven who decides with clarity not to be part of the problem by working for the corp-gov military-industrial-intelligence complex.
You cast a very wide net. :wink:
He's just taking the long way around saying that there's not much left that isn't broken.....

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Re: New Member

Post by admin » Mon May 05, 2014 1:35 am

hstutz wrote:
Gloria wrote:
hstutz wrote: I and my family as considering moving to Chile......
And also inquiring minds would like to know why would you and your family would want to leave "the greatest :mrgreen: country in the world" to come to Chilitoland...?
:) libertarian mindset makes me want to leave ..... greatest country in the world ?/// more like the most debtor nation.... minimum wage rises laws ...obamcare.. need I say more?

yea, you will outgrow that when you realize it is the same as "we are equally screwed" too. :shock:
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Re: New Member

Post by hstutz » Thu May 08, 2014 2:03 pm

admin wrote:
hstutz wrote:
Gloria wrote:
hstutz wrote: I and my family as considering moving to Chile......
And also inquiring minds would like to know why would you and your family would want to leave "the greatest :mrgreen: country in the world" to come to Chilitoland...?
:) libertarian mindset makes me want to leave ..... greatest country in the world ?/// more like the most debtor nation.... minimum wage rises laws ...obamcare.. need I say more?

yea, you will outgrow that when you realize it is the same as "we are equally screwed" too. :shock:
I am aware of that but it would be less sucky living under a smaller government... there isn't a perfect free loving place on earth.. but chile is like a child next to the giant the US... now I don't know chile much... but I am sure its not like here!

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Re: New Member

Post by hstutz » Thu May 08, 2014 2:06 pm

CPATX wrote:Welcome on here, no need to get slammed down like that in your first introduction. I am glad to see another young family and yes, I echo the sentiment that competent schooling is an issue that you have to consider from the beginning. Of course you are bilingual. Kudos for you being fluent in two completely different languages, especially a difficult one like Arabic. That and having lived in different countries will it much easier for you to adapt to a new culture whether it is Chile or any other place you choose. Do you already know which area you are interested in moving to, when and what you are planning to do? Considering your age, I assume you are not in the retirement category yet. .
I am not sure what area yet... but id prefer it to be away from the city,, it would be nice to have some land... .. hopefully in 4 years but before that I want to visit the place first..

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