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Omar Crespo: How to find a girl from the Caribbean

1. Do you love Latin music? I did and I think I did, but I haven't listened to it as much in a while now.

Do you know that the first song I ever heard was 'I Feel Love'? That's it, right? I was born in the US, grew up in the US, and came to the Caribbean to learn Spanish. I've been going out to dance with girls, but I haven't really made much of an impact here because the girls are too shy. So, I'm in my early 20s. I have a good relationship with the local girls here and I've seen the local girls around town, but I've seen very little of the locals outside of my friends. How do you find girls from the Caribbean? I've done it for the past 3 years, but I've never been able to connect. There's no one here. I have some friends that are Dominican, Puerto Rican, and French, but I don't know if they are local. That's how I've always felt, that there's no one here to date. The only place you can meet girls is through friends and that's where I've found it to be. There's only so much you can do with that, no way you can get a group of people to date. It's time to start a new life! I know I'm not supposed to tell you this, but you've been with me a year, and I've only just begun to know my new world. The first day you met me, we hung out for hours, just talking, and now you're going to have a relationship with me! That's not the case for many guys. They don't know anything about Dominican culture, and they have no idea what to expect. I'm not telling you this because I want to encourage you, but I have to. There's a lot of guys who I've dated that didn't know they were dating a black person. I was so shocked and confused by how I was treated, especially when it came to a lot of things, and I'm sorry I didn't have the sense to do anything to help, even when I had to. I'm really glad you're on your way out of my life. I wish I had more people to help me out, but right now, it's my time. It's my time to move on.

You are being racist when you talk about crespo. The word crespo is not only a racial slur, it's a slur against a whole group of people. It's a slur on black people. And if you don't like that, well, you are a racist. Not everybody is racist. I love that. Now I'm not a racist, but I think it's pretty clear what I'm saying. You have to admit that there is something strange and off about people like you being happy with a story where a person is killed by a white cop and all the other people in the story are black. The implication is that they all deserved it. That's the implication I get when I see things like this. And it's not a good one. And I hope that when you are reading about black people in this sort of story you don't think that you need to take it personally when a person like you is happy. You have to remember that the real world does have people who are unhappy and that's fine. But to paint an entire group of people as evil when they are not, is to make it worse. And in a country like Canada where we believe in equality, when there are people that are not as happy as you, it makes it even worse because you've just given your enemy a gift and they're not happy about it. And they're probably not going to be too happy about it either. And if your black friends are going through shit, it's not the end of the world. It's only the beginning. And you will be happier because of it. And the other part of that is that they have the same expectations, so the same problems that you have, you're just dealing with it in a different way. I have black friends that will say, "I want to sleep with you, I want to kiss you, but I also don't want to marry you." The other one is the same . They say, "If I want to be with a black man, then I have to get married to a black man." When you get down to it, what is there to say? There is not a black man that is in your corner. No, the real problem is, the way they look at the world, their expectations, is so high that they can't take you for granted and there is nothing to prove it to. If you can't be with one of the guys, you will get a real hard time from them. It's that simple. It's just like it was on my first day of being here. People were like, "Oh, you're so beautiful." I was like, "Yes." They were like, "Well, why are you in the bathroom?" I was like, "I have to go to the bathroom." But they said it all over again.