Welcome to my country, Expats!!

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Ernie

Guest
#1
Hello, Everyone, I greet you one and all well. I hope you have a good time in my little corner of the world and that my fellow countrymen have been nice and hospitable to you. My full name is Ernesto J. Reid, I am an Argentinian, 43 years of age, and have worked in the music industry for the past 19. Gosh!, has it really been that long? I am between jobs right now, so I have plenty of time on my hands. Should you need assistance with anything, just let me know. Being of Scottish and German descent, I have been involved with the Anglo-Argentine community for as long as I can remember. I am a singer and actor, too. Anyway, enough said about me. I'd like to meet you now!
Cheers
Ernie Reid
 
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Ernie

Guest
#3
Dear Tanghetto,
I have no idea who you are, nor do I know where you picked up those orangu-tan-like manners you are displaying. Having said that, I am afraid I must correct you here. I am a native Argentinian, and consequently this is, indeed, my country. Whether you consider it to be yours aswell or not, it entirely your problem.
I have no interest whatsoever in holding an argument with you. To begin with, you do not seem to be a worthy rival. Besides, the whole point of the exercise was to offer a warm welcome to those who have chosen to visit us. Obviously, you are only interested in getting someone's attention. You don't have mine.
 
#5
I have not insulted you ernie nor display the level of personal insult that you have very clearly showed to me here.

All I have said is this is not your country or anyones country to call their own . Its god country and when people say that it makes me laugh out loud
 
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Ernie

Guest
#6
I will not be tricked into entering a discussion of religious or political content with you, or anyone else for that matter. I was taught to be cautious.
 
#7
To be honest saying welcome to my country expats sounds sorta weird and to then speak of visitors implying that we're all either tourists, passing by or b class argentinians sorta makes me think that someone has an attitude problem. My parants are not Argentinians, my spanish isn't the best and I have only spent one year of my life in Argentina but I am an Argentine.
 

DT

Just Joined
#8
Why do you feel the need to constantly make it known that you are of "Scottish and German descent"? surely there are some personal issues behind that...
 
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Ernie

Guest
#9
If this is how you respond to a friendly welcome and sincere offer of assistance (free assistance, that is), I am not intersted in knowing you. Have a nice time and make sure you leave before your visa expires. I am leaving this site right now (my visa here has expired).
 
#10
DT,
He quotes where he is descendent from because he is proud of his roots. Argentina is a nation of inmigrants and it is very common to ask& talk about them--- As your children probably will, if you have some in this country, no? :)
Look at his english.... he lived only one year abroad and he writes better than me, and I spent over 20 years outside the country!!!
A real pity he left the site.... some people have been asking for months what they could do for new year´s eve and very few people bothered to answer..... now they had an option....