Regardless of your vocation, whether a soldier, teacher, or medical professional, your service and positive contributions to society should be commended. This is why the spotlight is on Plastic Surgeon, Eduardo D. Rodriguez, MD, DDS, a native Floridian who is the son of Cuban immigrants. Dr. Rodriguez holds a Bachelor of Science in Neurobiology from the University of Florida, a DDS from New York University and an MD from the Medical College of Virginia. He specializes in reconstructive and craniofacial plastic Read More
We’ve mentioned how much Latinos love their family. We also wrote about how much we love copulating. (We’re the fastest growing ethnic minority group for a reason, increasing by the gazillions!) What I didn’t write about is how much pressure our parents put on us to have children. If I had a dollar for every time my mom asks me for grandchildren, I’d be richer than Bill Gates. When you tell Latinos you don’t have Read More
The Census Bureau data reflects there are 53 million Hispanics in the United States. This number is projected to increase to 128.8 million by 2060 with Hispanics constituting 31% of the nation’s total population. The United States ranks second in having the largest Hispanic population, with Mexico topping them at number one with 112 million. As of 2010, the states containing the highest number of Hispanic residents are Arizona (2 million), California (14.5 million), Colorado (1million), Florida (4 million), Illinois (2 million), New Jersey (1.5 million), New York (3.5 million) and Texas (10 million). The Pew Research Center illustrates that as of 2011, the number of Latinos in the U.S. is composed of Mexican Americans (65%), Puerto Ricans (9.5%), Salvadorans (3.8%), Cubans (3.6%), and Dominicans (2.9%). Those of Central America, South America, or other Hispanic/Latino origins make up the remaining percentage. Read More
Raise your hand if you have ever heard someone say, “Speak English, you’re in America.” We will make something clear, the U.S. has NEVER declared an official language. Yes, the “dominant” tongue is English. English is a West Germanic Read More
Latinos LOVE asking questions with obvious answers. Preguntas necias! As an example, let’s say you’re walking down the street, stumble, and fall. A Latino will be quick to ask, “Did you fall?” Um, no, I just figured I’d hug the sidewalk while on my way. Or if you’re expecting. Don’t be shocked if a Latino asks, “Are you pregnant?” Nope. No. Just swallowed a watermelon for breakfast. And let’s not forget when a reporter once asked Juan Gabriel (the most flamboyant artist ever) if he was gay. He responded, “Lo que es obvio, NO se pregunta!”
Image 1: Rex Features; Image 2: E.L.
This 2014 FIFA World Cup final game was everything we expected and more. Germany and Argentina played ruthlessly, every second was intense and entertaining to watch. Argentina did not take the cup home, but they did stupendously well. I’ve never seen them play so aggressively, loved every minute of it. Congrats to Germany! Our love goes to Argentina, Lionel Messi, Sergio Romero, Gonzalo Higuaín, Lucio Biblia, Rodrigo Palacio, Javier Mascherano, Ezequiel Lavezzi, and the rest of the team players we love you all!!! Can’t wait for 2018, see you in Russia!
How do we say this eloquently? Woooohoooo!!! Great job Argentina! This 2014 FIFA World Cup has been amazing. The final two playing this Sunday in Rio de Janeiro for the trophy (that oddly resembles a golden scrotum) will be Argentina and Germany. We acknowledge that Germany is a very talented team, but we won’t disregard that they both are a force to be reckoned with. Argentina is hungry, they hadn’t reach this far since 1990. Of course, we’re going for los Albicelestes! We could not be more proud of all our teams representing Latin America! Great game. They gave it their best and that’s good enough for us!
Image: Ezequiel Lavezzi FB
HolaSoyGerman’s take on Futbol. Too funny!