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The "Mysterious" Esteban Labruna

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Piney
1 hour ago, Kenemet said:

They were never segregated as the Italians and Irish were and no laws forbid them from working or eating anywhere.

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A dialect of Dutch "Jersey Dutch" was spoken all over Northern New Jersey and Southern New York up until the 1980s. The Northern Branch of my tribe spoke it also. I don't remember anybody making fun of the speakers either.

On another note, the Klan was reformed in Southern New Jersey and they specifically targeted Italian farmers. 

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Faucundus

Guys okay like that. Believe what you want. We do not feel offended, and we do not think we have offended anyone. Do not believe it. We did not expect it and we do not know what to do. Maybe just stay quiet. We're sorry: the story to tell was not so surreal, but still interesting. "Unisquisque faber fortunae suae"

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Carnoferox
1 hour ago, Faucundus said:

Guys okay like that. Believe what you want. We do not feel offended, and we do not think we have offended anyone. Do not believe it. We did not expect it and we do not know what to do. Maybe just stay quiet. We're sorry: the story to tell was not so surreal, but still interesting. "Unisquisque faber fortunae suae"

You're not fooling anyone here so you can drop the act.

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Piney
2 hours ago, Faucundus said:

Guys okay like that. Believe what you want. We do not feel offended, and we do not think we have offended anyone. Do not believe it. We did not expect it and we do not know what to do. Maybe just stay quiet. We're sorry: the story to tell was not so surreal, but still interesting. "Unisquisque faber fortunae suae"

Your writing style is like a person whose first language is Romance. I lived with Italians, speak some of it, and my sister had a Dutch husband. 

Your lying.

Ik ben juist terug van een bezoek aan mijn huisheer-mijn eenzame buurman, de enige om wie ik mij heb te bekommeren. Dit is inderdaad een mooi land!

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Faucundus

Pin verliest geen geleerde quotes. En maak geen grapjes over honden. Ze zijn echt de meest oprechte vrienden ... Je zegt kin? Ik zal genoegen nemen met jou: ik lieg. Is het goed?

So you want to hear the summary of the history of the Spanish speaking of our island or do we close the topic here?

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openozy

Hi ****undus I think your island may have a small gene pool,and no entertainment.

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Faucundus

No "Open". There is not a strange pool here. Only a stone with engraved initials and the legend of a buckle. That idiot writer invented the rest

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Kenemet
7 hours ago, Faucundus said:

No "Open". There is not a strange pool here. Only a stone with engraved initials and the legend of a buckle. That idiot writer invented the rest

A rock with engraved initials and a buckle is not meaningful, since they could have been created at any time (including last month, like the video.)  Prudence Island's historical society has sponsored a number of archaeological digs (http://www.prudencehistory.com/PrudenceHistory/About_Us.html) and has quite a bit of information on the island -- if we needed history of that land, we would turn to them.  Rhode Island has some folklore societies that would have collections of verified local stories (and when they were collected and by whom.)

Goodreads (that someone linked) is the place to review and discuss works of fiction.  It's not going to get much response from American audiences -- particularly people who live in the area.

And, by the way, people in the US don't dig things out of landfills.  Landfills are managed by local authorities (I worked with one for several years) and they don't allow people in there to dig up stuff (the police can, but only if they have a search warrant and are looking for evidence.)  

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Faucundus

We have contacted the author for days. But now it is clear that it will never answer us. We just wanted to ask him how he got to know the buckle story. Nothing else. If anyone has the chance to ask him ...Thanks.

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openozy
4 hours ago, Faucundus said:

We have contacted the author for days. But now it is clear that it will never answer us. We just wanted to ask him how he got to know the buckle story. Nothing else. If anyone has the chance to ask him ...Thanks.

I'm right on it.

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