Frank wrote: "On 4/24/2016 8:44 PM, Dusty wrote:
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I have new neighbors from Puerto Rica. They are bi-lingual speaking
good English but converse together in Spanish. Very nice neighbors.
Apparently with the Puerto Rican economy going down the toilet, a lot of
them are coming to the mainland.
Of course, most of us are pissed at all the illegals getting away with
it, but I post this as you cannot assume all Hispanics are illegal. "
I care not where someone comes from or their native
language. They can speak whatever they want to
each other, but business in this country - even just
ordering a milkshake - is conducted in ENGLISH.
That goes for either side of the counter.
What pisses me off is when parents come into my
place of business with their teenagers, and I ask
the teenagers "Anything I can help you with today?",
and they respond, in their language, that they
don't speak English.
TEENAGERS? In THIS country, going to our
schools, and they don't know a SCRAP of English?!
I blame the parents before blaming the school