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      04-28-2012 03:29 PM #101
      Quote Originally Posted by Crob View Post
      TDE hates my guts though, but he's from Brooklyn so it's his nature.
      You know how it is when it comes to the people from across the rivers..... Jerseyites will always be the scum to the New Yorkers....

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      04-28-2012 04:13 PM #102
      Quote Originally Posted by SeatIbiza1.8T View Post
      Wow. another idiot. please move to Cuba, or Venezuela, have fun!
      Hey, just providing factual data regarding health statistics in Cuba. Guess what... Whenever a person says "move to ****" they are simply showing the world that they are a moron.

      And do not question me, I have experienced this first hand.
      ooh...internet tough guy. I would suggest that the US embargo has seriously impacted the quality of EVERYTHING in Cuba. Regardless, while the metrics do not support the assertion that Cuba has THE BEST health care in the world, they do support Cuba having a health care system that is VASTLY superior to the system in the US vis a vis universal health care exists in Cuba, while in the US a chasm of discrepancy exists between the insured and uninsured.
      Last edited by lojasmo; 04-28-2012 at 04:23 PM.

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      04-28-2012 04:26 PM #103
      Quote Originally Posted by lojasmo View Post
      Hey, just providing factual data regarding health statistics in Cuba. Guess what... Whenever a person says "move to ****" they are simply showing the world that they are a moron.

      ooh...internet tough guy. I would suggest that the US embargo has seriously impacted the quality of EVERYTHING in Cuba. Regardless, while the metrics do not support the assertion that Cuba has THE BEST health care in the world, they do support Cuba having a health care system that is VASTLY superior to the system in the US vis a vis universal health care exists in Cuba, while in the US a chasm of discrepancy exists between the insured and uninsured.
      Watch out, we have an Internet bad ass here! hahaha!

      Cuba does not have the best, the French do! And even with the Embargo the US still sends food and medicine to Cuba. It is all hush hush though...

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      04-28-2012 06:05 PM #104
      Quote Originally Posted by lojasmo View Post
      Hey, just providing factual data regarding health statistics in Cuba.
      I´m sorry, but the bare and simple numbers you provided are very lacking towards trying to prove your point. Natality numbers, mortality rates and length of life are a mere indication.

      Additionally I´d love to know the full source of these stats. I know full well how the Cuban government "works".

      Quote Originally Posted by lojasmo View Post
      Guess what... Whenever a person says "move to ****" they are simply showing the world that they are a moron.
      Not when I lived in Venezuela for the last 30 years and my business partner lived in Cuba for 4 years.

      You may say I´m a moron, I´m just one of the few people who has had to sadly flee their country, while witnesing many attrocities, amongst them, "Cuban doctors" in exchange for oil.

      And to those people who have asked, yes I have known some of these doctors, and specially one whom a friend helped escape from his Cuban "guards" in Venezuela.

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      04-28-2012 06:37 PM #105
      Quote Originally Posted by SeatIbiza1.8T View Post
      You may say I´m a moron, I´m just one of the few people who has had to sadly flee their country, while witnesing many attrocities, amongst them, "Cuban doctors" in exchange for oil.

      And to those people who have asked, yes I have known some of these doctors, and specially one whom a friend helped escape from his Cuban "guards" in Venezuela.
      Have you been to Cuba and experienced first hand how the doctors operate there? I have and a lot of my family member are Doctors/Nurses (Actually are very successful outside and inside the island). Few actually live in Spain so watch out. My uncle is a very successful Orthopedic Surgeon and has never left the island.

      A lot of the doctors sent are not necessarely the top notch ones... Just how it goes. You sound bitter as if a Cuban chick messed with your heart or something.... Maybe they stuck something up your rear end.

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      04-28-2012 06:39 PM #106
      Quote Originally Posted by SeatIbiza1.8T View Post
      I´m sorry, but the bare and simple numbers you provided are very lacking towards trying to prove your point. Natality numbers, mortality rates and length of life are a mere indication.

      Additionally I´d love to know the full source of these stats. I know full well how the Cuban government "works".
      I am wondering how you are so versed in Cuba and have never even been there. Unless you have experienced first hand then you know absolutelly nothing.

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      04-28-2012 07:12 PM #107
      Quote Originally Posted by B3sat16v View Post
      I am wondering how you are so versed in Cuba and have never even been there. Unless you have experienced first hand then you know absolutelly nothing.
      Right, so you know a few good doctors in Cuba, so their system is amazing... of course. I stand by my opinion, you are without a doubt, an idiot.

      Oh, and again, I love Cuban doctors, thanks to them Hugo Chvaez is about to die, that´ll be a medical case study for the ages.


      Quote Originally Posted by B3sat16v View Post
      Your country is lousy to begin with. If it had descent doctors, then it would not need lousy Cubans. Get your ****ty facts straight.
      Kettle meet pot?

      Know a lot about Venezuela now do ya?

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      04-28-2012 07:43 PM #108
      Quote Originally Posted by SeatIbiza1.8T View Post
      Right, so you know a few good doctors in Cuba, so their system is amazing... of course. I stand by my opinion, you are without a doubt, an idiot.

      Oh, and again, I love Cuban doctors, thanks to them Hugo Chvaez is about to die, that´ll be a medical case study for the ages.

      Kettle meet pot?

      Know a lot about Venezuela now do ya?
      Sure thing..... I bet you would not say that to my face.... Too bad Spain is a bit far, but when I am near I will let you know, so you can proceed with the insults to my face tough guy.

      I know quite a few Venezuelans in the US, so no, I do not know much about Venezuela nor I claim to do. You claim to know so much about Cuba and yet have never been there. Perhaps now we know who the idiot might be.

      And lets just say if the medical system was so great in Venezuela then why in the world would they need Cuban doctors.....

      On a side note: the medical system in the US accoding to many blows a huge one and yet the USA does not need any lousy doctors from Cuba or anywhere else in the world. Think about that....
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      04-28-2012 08:10 PM #109
      Quote Originally Posted by B3sat16v View Post
      Sure thing..... I bet you would not say that to my face.... Too bad Spain is a bit far, but when I am near I will let you know, so you can proceed with the insults to my face tough guy.

      I know quite a few Venezuelans in the US, so no, I do not know much about Venezuela nor I claim to do. You claim to know so much about Cuba and yet have never been there. Perhaps now we know who the idiot might be.

      And lets just say if the medical system was so great in Venezuela then why in the world would they need Cuban doctors.....

      On a side note: the medical system in the US accoding to many blows a huge one and yet the USA does not need any lousy doctors from Cuba or anywhere else in the world. Think about that....
      oooh tough guy. Further proving your idiocy.

      I won'nt address this any further it's pointless discussing this with you, as you keep insisting Venezuela needs Cuban doctors without knowing anything about Venezuela.

      and at the same time you defend you argumnts by saying you are related to a few Cuban doctors. you are a contradicting mess

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      04-28-2012 08:12 PM #110
      Quote Originally Posted by SeatIbiza1.8T View Post
      oooh tough guy. Further proving your idiocy.

      I won'nt address this any further it's pointless discussing this with you, as you keep insisting Venezuela needs Cuban doctors without knowing anything about Venezuela.

      and at the same time you defend you argumnts by saying you are related to a few Cuban doctors. you are a contradicting mess
      last word freak....

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      04-28-2012 08:25 PM #111
      Quote Originally Posted by B3sat16v View Post
      last word freak....
      I second that. B3sat wins!!

      All other comments pertaining to the argument that just took place will now be ignored, on with tv talk.
      Quote Originally Posted by Dave Zero View Post
      Station wagons are for moms and Europe.

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      04-28-2012 08:34 PM #112
      Quote Originally Posted by rsj0714 View Post
      I second that. B3sat wins!!

      All other comments pertaining to the argument that just took place will now be ignored, on with tv talk.
      I try to buy American made as much as possible. Sometimes it is hard, but I try. I remember shopping for our washer and dryer. I was trying to go American, but none were made here. And if it is something that I use in the aircraft, it has to be US made. Like flags that I wear on my flight suit, some are sold at the Naval Exchange store and they are made in Taiwan and I say F**k that Noise. All my patches have to be American. Sometimes it makes me sad that the stuff sold with American Pride Designs are not made in the US.

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