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Increíble el concierto de anoche de Cultura Profética en el World Cafe Live en Philadelphia. It was such a GREAT concert. 

Just worked this logo. Re-do the whole old logo they had.

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Posted at 7:36 PM 29 July 2014

5 Reasons Why The Island Won’t Become The 51st State

1) A Majority Didn’t Support Statehood

With just 46 percent of the ballots cast, statehood doesn’t have the support of the majority of the Puerto Rican electorate.

2) Puerto Rican voters not only didn’t support

statehood, they narrowly voted to oust one of the biggest proponents of statehood from the governorship. With Alejandro Garcia Padilla of the Popular Democratic Party taking office, the idea will likely lose steam.

3) Obama Isn’t Into It

"The status of Puerto Rico should be decided by the residents of Puerto Rico," Obama said last year. "If the plebiscite, or the referendum, that takes place in Puerto Rico indicates that there is a strong preference from the majority of the Puerto Rican people, I think that will influence how Congress approaches any actions that might be taken to address status issues."

That’s not the way the vote went down.

4) Puerto Ricans Are Already Citizens

Many Puerto Ricans who favor statehood already live in U.S. states. Puerto Ricans received citizenship, along with military conscription, in 1917. Today, some 4.6 million people of Puerto Rican origin live in the United States, compared to 3.7 million on the island, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. In the words of historian Angel Collado-Schwartz, “Statehood is available to all Puerto Ricans — you have 50 states to move to.”

5) Congress Isn’t Interested

Congressional aides tell The Hill that Congress won’t both with legislation to initiate the process to bring Puerto Rico into the union as a state because the vote wasn’t convincing enough. One staffer viewed the status vote as a “statistical fiction.”.

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Here are some new tags I did last night.

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Posted at 4:41 PM 26 July 2014

El Puertorriqueño y el Resto del Mundo

Como todos sabemos, somos una raza muy especial … y aquí una parte de la prueba.

El Puertorriqueño no se emborracha: se da una
jumeta, se pone como culo, se ajuma, se pone como
tuerca, se jiende.

El Puertorriqueño no se cae: se da una matá, se jode.

El Puertorriqueño no se patina: resbala.

El Puertorriqueño no espía: vela , liga.

El Puertorriqueño no se burla: gufea, vacila, te monta el bellón.

El Puertorriqueño no se enamora: enfusca, se pone
como el cabro e’costa, se enchula.

El Puertorriqueño no convence: coge de zángano,
coge de pendejo.

El Puertorriqueño no se lanza: se tira, se zumba.

El Puertorriqueño no besuquea: se grajea.

El Puertorriqueño no lame: lambe.

El Puertorriqueño no acaricia: soba, manusea.

El Puertorriqueño no molesta: chava o jode.

El Puertorriqueño no se da un duchazo: se baña.

El Puertorriqueño no llena su estomago: se jarta.

El Puertorriqueño no se molesta: se enfogona , se encojona, se encabrona.

El Puertorriqueño no te golpea: te da un trancazo, te mete un puño o un sopapo, te parte la cara, te esbarata, te mete en la cara, te da contra e’ piso.

El Puertorriqueño no te ordena: te manda.

El Puertorriqueño no tiene amantes: tiene cortejas,
tiene chillas, tiene amiguitas, tiene putas, tiene cueras.

El Puertorriqueño no sufre de diarrea: de churra.

El Puertorriqueño orina: echa una meaita.

El Puertorriqueño no fracasa: se cuelga, se chava,
se jode.

El Puertorriqueño no sale corriendo: sale embalao.

El Puertorriqueño no se viste: se muda de ropa.

El Puertorriqueño no encuentra: jalla.

El Puertorriqueño no evacua: echa una rica cagada.

El Puertorriqueño no comparte en grupo: hace corillo, forma un bayú,paricea, tripea.

El Puertorriqueño no se sube: se encarama, se trepa.

El Puertorriqueño no toma siestas: echa ñapitas, echa un sueñito.

El Puertorriqueño no se esconde: se agacha.

El Puertorriqueño no se pone en cuclillas: el se añangota.

El Puertorriqueño no tiene amigos: tiene panas.

El Puertorriqueño no se baja: se apea.

El Puertorriqueño no ríe hasta mas no poder: se muere de la risa, se mea de la risa, le da pavera.

El Puertorriqueño no se retira: se larga, se va pal carajo.

Al Puertorriqueño no le es dificil: se pone jodona la cosa, se pone la cosa pelúa, se le pone la piña agria

El Puertorriqueño no muere: engancha los zapatos,
se jode, se va pa’ la tierra de los calvos.

El Puertorriqueño no tartamudea: gaguea

El Puertorriqueño no balbucea: murmulla

El Puertorriqueño no va rápido: va a las millas de chaflán, Va como una bala, como alma que lleva el diablo.

El Puertorriqueño no dice cosas sin sentido: habla mierda.

El Puertorriqueño no es cobarde: es pendejo.

El Puertorriqueño no enamora: rapea, tira la labia.

El Puertorriqueño no dice … qué problema: dice…qué jodienda. dice…que arroz con culo.

El Puertorriqueño no pide un trago: pide un palo o un diesisei.

El Puertorriqueño no dice … Ay!: dice… coño!!, dice… puñeta!! dice… me caso’e diez!!

El Puertorriqueño no tiene relaciones sexuales: chinga, echa un buen polvo, echa un canelo o da un buen tablazo.

El Puertorriqueño no vive lejos: vive en el culo’ el mundo, en el carajo viejo, en las ventas del infierno.

El Puertorriqueño no te molesta: Te saca por el techo.

El Puertorriqueño no te dice muy bien: Te dice a’pues bien.

Si eres puertorriqueño posiblemente le puedes seguir añadiendo a esta mierda y seguir la pendejá mandándoselo a otro puertorro, primo, boricua, pana, etc.

These are the photos I took of the huge storm we had today Philly.

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Posted at 12:38 AM 24 July 2014

You’re Stronger Than You Think

Most importantly: you’re stronger than you think.

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Posted at 8:33 PM 22 July 2014

We must reconnect with each other’s humanity.

This image best describes what is happening in Gaza. Gaza is the world’s largest open-air prison. Even calling the action against Palestinians in Gaza a war seems lacking in description. A war implies some equality in combat. What is happening in Gaza is a massacre by one of the world’s most powerful armies, abetted by the silence of western nations.

Fortunately people are beginning to speak out worldwide. But as we speak out, let us do so without condemning a people in whose name a government may act.

We must distinguish between governments and the people who are governed.

We must reconnect with each other’s humanity.

The plight of the Palestinian people is ultimately the plight of the entire world, locked into endless conflicts which make no sense, which could be avoided, which constitute enormous abuse of power and which bring the slaughter of innocents. Let our hearts be moved by the desire to end war once and for all. —Dennis Kucinich

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Posted at 3:11 PM 21 July 2014

8 Places for Thrifty Bookworms to Download Free E-Books

Looking for the next great book to sink your teeth into? Look no further.

As summer rolls on, you may find yourself with free time to catch up on reading. We have good news for you virtual bookworms — you can get in a good read without spending a dime.

Here’s a list of eight places where you can find a wealth of free (yes, free!) e-books.

1. Google eBookstore

In the free section of the Google eBookstore, you’ll find a ton of free books from a variety of genres. Look here for bestsellers, favorite classics and more. Books are available in several formats, and you can also check out ratings and reviews from other users.

2. Project Gutenberg

With a collection of more than 45,000 free e-books, Project Gutenberg is a volunteer effort to create and share e-books online. No registration or fee is required, and books are available in ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.

3. Open Library

The Open Library has more than 1 million free e-books available. This library catalog is an open online project of Internet Archive, and allows users to contribute books. You can easily search by the title, author and subject.

4. Internet Archive

If you’re looking for out-of-print books in different languages and formats, check out this non-profit digital library. The Internet Archive is a great go-to if you want access to historical and academic books.

5. Book Boon

Searching for a particular educational textbook or business book? Book Boon may have what you’re looking for. The site offers more than 1,000 e-books, it’s easy to navigate and best of all, you don’t have to register to download them.


With more than 29,000 free e-books at your fingertips, you’re bound to find one that interests you here. You have the option to browse by most popular titles, recent reviews, authors, titles, genres, languages and more. These books are compatible for Kindles, Nooks, iPads and most e-readers.

7. Free eBooks

From romance to mystery to drama, this website is a good source for all sorts of e-books. When you’re making a selection, you can go through reviews and ratings for each book. If you’re looking for a wide variety of books in various categories, check out this site.

8. LibriVox

Want to listen to books instead? LibriVox is home to thousands of free audiobooks, including classics and out-of-print books.