ldouglas at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 14:59:13 GMT 2009
In any other country I'd agree. but as the healthcare debate shows -
market forces rule the roost here! So I'd say if you want that extra
business, learning spanish by choice would open up that new market for
you. The NFL knows that - they have websites in Chinese, games in
Mexico, Die footballen in Deutschland (Peter?) - they're just growing
someone who "doesn't assimilate" faces the same choices - success
within their own enclave, or success that is portable all over the
On 10/13/09, Phinias <phiniasphinster at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well they should have been. For 200 years, people have immigrated to
> the U.S. and never gave it a thought that they had to learn to speak
> english. I think we should all be able to speak multiple languages, by
> choice, not because someone immigrates to this country and refuses to
> It's a pain in the ass to do business in some parts of Mivana. If they
> love their heritage so much, why didn't they organize a fifty year
> reunion last year and take back their country?
> That was some nerve-racking game, glad they won. I always expect the
> Dolphins to lose those close ones.
> On Oct 13, 2009, at 9:01 AM, Salas, Randy wrote:
>> As my wife pointed out when I said the same thing during the game, I
>> think the crowd was booing that the penalty was called, not that it
>> was said in Spanish.
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: WTF
>> Did you hear some of the fans booing the first penalty call being done
>> in Spanish? Awesome!
>> Yo deseo que el NFL hacen el mismo para el trabajo de Alberto Riveron.
>> Viva Red Cashen
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