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General Discussion / Re: Hmong brother has a nice flow.
« on: February 24, 2020, 02:59:27 PM »

Reminds me of this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byIYoVaKGQ0

I like that guy.  I think he is extremely talented.

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But tells you he's okay with you dating other men and that he don't mind. And that you should have fun and it's okay to be adventurous bc he felt You should experience these things....

Does this mean he doesn't want a real relationship? Is not in love? A way to break off the relationship? Giving him excuse to date around too?

Probably looked too much into it and may misunderstood what was said but what are your thoughts when a man say this? If you were a woman would you be ok with the guy your dating telling you this?

No, I would not be OK if the person I was seeing told me he's OK with me dating other people.  That is a clear sign he doesn't see you as important enough for you guys to be exclusive with one another.  He wants to give you freedom to date others because he wants to date others too.

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Online Journal / Re: letitbenonmundane
« on: February 23, 2020, 09:35:48 PM »
Listening to "I'm On Fire" by Bruce Springsteen.  https://youtu.be/53LRdzM1tXQ

Such a haunting, nostalgic sound.  Reminds me of a time long ago in the age of innocence driving through the  winding country roads with vines going up the trees, curving around roads that allow you to stare into the peaks and valleys and prairies of yellow flowers; your mind wonders about the beauty of life and how magnificent everything is, yet, thoughts of sorrow and sadness enter your mind;  you're feeling warm feelings and your mind is tingling with the unknown, interpreting the world through your young innocent eyes, marveling at the wonder that beholds your mind's eye...

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General Discussion / Re: Hmong brother has a nice flow.
« on: February 23, 2020, 05:25:12 PM »
This one made me laugh: https://youtu.be/zh3xe3a2lt8

"Naj nub nyob tsev haus xas."  ;D ;D ;D

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General Discussion / Re: Hmong brother has a nice flow.
« on: February 23, 2020, 05:02:48 PM »
Song is too short... but flow is nice..  transition from hmong to english is good too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUti2UDA-Io&list=PLQnmMO4XufyDCyHVgjvkvBhTVSxPhWMFC&index=99

That was really good.

I like this one too: https://youtu.be/hGpRbcKpQwU

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Online Journal / Re: letitbenonmundane
« on: February 21, 2020, 10:07:25 AM »
Lewis Brice - It's You (I've Been Looking For) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LS6UTbxAiS0

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Don't know.  :)

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I don't know.  :)

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General Entertainment / Re: LMAO
« on: February 10, 2020, 03:48:07 PM »
Definitely disturbing and absolutely annoying lol

LOL, yeah.   ;D

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General Entertainment / Re: LMAO
« on: February 08, 2020, 07:36:16 PM »
When you can't read Hmong this is what happens.  ;D ;D ;D

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=166935267960775&id=100039329079624

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I believe he has deported more than two dozens Cambodian.

Yes, he has.  They were mostly non-citizens but legal refugees who committed crimes. These people have green cards and call America home.  To uproot them all of sudden is a huge disruption to their family life.  Many of these people have children so deporting them would essentially be tearing families apart.  I don't agree with reaching a repatriation agreement for this reason because keeping families together has more value in my book than other motivators.

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https://www.mprnews.org/story/2020/02/07/thousands-of-hmong-and-lao-americans-face-deportation-under-trump-proposal

Thousands of Hmong and Lao Americans face deportation under Trump proposal
In a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Rep. Betty McCollum calls the plan 'unconscionable'

Riham FeshirSt. PaulFebruary 7, 2020 3:52 p.m.


Advocates warn that a Trump administration proposal to deport thousands of Hmong and Lao Americans back to Laos could be detrimental to families in Minnesota.

Community advocates say the proposal would affect about 4,700 Hmong and Lao people nationwide who never became United States citizens. Those affected include those who have committed crimes and have deportation orders issued against them.

The Trump administration is negotiating with the Lao government to allow for the deportation, according to Minnesota U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum.

McCollum, a DFLer, wrote a letter Monday to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo opposing the plan, saying it would be “unconscionable to deport individuals to any country in which the U.S. knowingly puts them at risk.”

McCollum’s office has received numerous requests to take urgent action against the negotiations, said her chief of staff, Bill Harper.

"Laos does not want to sign the agreement,” Harper said. “They don’t want these individuals sent back to their country, and in part because most of these individuals have not lived in Laos for decades."

Sia Her, executive director of the Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans, said it’s unclear how many people in the state would be affected. She said the plan would tear apart families, not to mention burden them financially if a parent were deported. Her added that many individuals have already have served prison terms.

“Many of them will have built a family and lived in communities for decades now,” Her said.

McCollum noted in her letter that Minnesota is home to tens of thousands of Hmong and Lao veterans of the Vietnam War-era conflict, naturalized U.S. citizens who were refugees from Laos and legal residents who never received citizenship.

The Twin Cities is home to the largest urban Hmong concentration in America — with about 82,000 people of Hmong ancestry residing in Minnesota. About 17,800 Lao Americans call the state home, according to estimates by Minnesota Compass.

“This is a strong and vibrant community that contributes immeasurably to the success of Minnesota’s economy and our quality of life,” McCollom wrote. “Any repatriation agreement resulting in the deportation of Hmong-Lao community members will be viewed as a direct attack on my constituents and their family members.”

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Try fishing. It'll be enjoyable, too.

Yeah, that's in the plans.  Somebody already has waders for me and has plans to take me fishing with him.  ;D  It will be fun.

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Im ready to grow some cucumber, beans, pepper, green onion, etc...

Cool!  O0

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Move near equator, same hours of sunlight everyday through out the year.

Or move to Alaska during the 80 days of 24/7 sunlight.  ;D

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