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Post by E Irizarry R&B Singer » May 23rd, 2013, 5:35 pm

So yeah, I am doing this thread in the vein a la Eurobrat style:

Thank you The_Adventurer/Terrance and Ladislav for getting in my a.ss to go and acquire
having a U.S. passport for the second time around *does the Shalamar dance*.

Redux Revisited: here comes another n.igger abroad. Tail tails.

52 crispy new pages ready to be filled up with my "meco del conquistador"

For all the hot quisqueyas de STO DGO:
"Anda con cuidado bb. Aqui estoy pa que te embarrare con mi meco.
Tragálo! A ver mami te hago una pregunta: mi crema saborea como "jum"?? jajajaja".

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THE PASSPORT THAT THE U.S. CONSULATE OF GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR F.UCKED UP BACK IN '09:
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MY BRAZILIAN VISA - DAMN, I ONLY HAVE THREE WEEKS LEFT! TIME TO PULL A SKATEBOARDSTEPHEN AND SCUUUURRRRRT! LMAO KKKKKKKKKKKK JAJAJA!
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Post by Falcon » May 23rd, 2013, 5:42 pm

Congratulations E-Irizarry the R&B dude! Now we can go adventuring in Latinoamerica and West Africa together! :D

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Post by E Irizarry R&B Singer » May 23rd, 2013, 7:00 pm

Falcon wrote:Congratulations E-Irizarry the R&B dude! Now we can go adventuring in Latinoamerica and West Africa together! :D
Thank you, Falcon! That we shall do one day!
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Post by aozora13 » May 23rd, 2013, 8:38 pm

E, I thought you were Brazillian? Are you going to apply to get another Passport? I have a Brazillian friend who did that and has two Passports. He can be avoid having to pay the high Tourist costs to travel to Brazil. Also, it is good that you hurried to get your Passport. I have heard things are going to change soon where it will be hard for people to get theres and also a better RFID chip.

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Post by Adama » May 24th, 2013, 1:09 am

Why would the US Ecuador agency invalidate your passport? Why do you have two names? And how are you going to going to spend time in Brazil with so little time left on the visa? Why are you sitting on the floor?

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Post by anamericaninbangkok » May 24th, 2013, 2:13 am

My last passport. As I understand it, the US only allows two or three page additions (paid for) before a person needs to get a new passport. When I got the page additions for my last passport, it was free. The US Embassy has begun to charge for nearly everything; page additions, notary services, etc.

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Post by E Irizarry R&B Singer » May 24th, 2013, 5:38 am

anamericaninbangkok wrote:My last passport. As I understand it, the US only allows two or three page additions (paid for) before a person needs to get a new passport. When I got the page additions for my last passport, it was free. The US Embassy has begun to charge for nearly everything; page additions, notary services, etc.

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Sir, I don't have s.hit on you. Nice. LOL
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Post by E Irizarry R&B Singer » May 24th, 2013, 6:24 am

aozora13 wrote:E, I thought you were Brazillian? Are you going to apply to get another Passport? I have a Brazillian friend who did that and has two Passports. He can be avoid having to pay the high Tourist costs to travel to Brazil. Also, it is good that you hurried to get your Passport. I have heard things are going to change soon where it will be hard for people to get theres and also a better RFID chip.
My great-grandparents were Brazilian after I did research. I used to think I was partially Puerto Rican because of family member Jim (he was 50-something at the time and I was 5-7 years old) whom lived there and spoke Puerto Rican Spanish forwards and backwards until I did research on my genealogical roots. I found out that my late Jimmy had a Puerto Rican father and my grandmother and he had the same mother (Brasilian) but not the same father. Both of my parents are American of Brazilian ancestry going back to the 60s when my great grand parents and grand parents came here from Salvador, Brasil (with some retro Portuguese geneo-side and retro Irish blood (via proxy of Brasil) from my papa's geneo-side). Remember, Brazil is crazily mixed before they come to America.

If you didn't know my parents, you would assume that my mother was Creole and that my father was a light-skinned Black dude. Similar to how R&B singer Elle Varner's parents look.

I came from money; that's why they were able to afford to immigrate to America.

Then the money trail "curtailed" itself when great-grandparents had passed in the early 80s, then in 1989, both sides of the family's grand father's passed, then a few months later in 1989 my parents divorced and my father split and my grandmother stopped giving my mother and father extra spending money and now gave it to my aunt, whom my grand mother favored more (personal long a.ss story so you will be spared). Luckily, I was 15 when this happened. I had a spoiled childhood when it came to the latest video game systems..Vic 20, C128, C64, c1541, c1571 dual density double sided hard drives, Atari boxes, Coleco VIsion, Super NES, you name it, Icepic BOOTLEG FLOPPY GAMES, all the Transformers: all the Stunticons, all the Aerialbots, all the Constructicons, Mega Supreme the Autobot City, Ultra Magnus, Rodimus Prime, Hot Rod, MegaTron, The Sweeps, The Skarkicons, all the Go-Bots, all MUSCLE action figures, all GI Joe figures with different legs from different GI Joes strapped in by the rubber band and hook in their pelvic area (LOL), Hulk Hogan, Macho Man, Andre The Giant, Ted DiBiase dolls. Ate Sun Country cereal (it had been taken off the market because it was so fattening and so tasty YET not wildly-popular), Entermann's, Freidhoffer's, Orange Donuts, NERDs cereal (you spring chickens have no idea how good American junk food was in the 80s and early 90s!!) ate 4-5 meals a day and laid around the house (when I was 380 at 14-16 years old) - AND this was before buffets became popular in NYS/NYC/NJ/CT!!!!

I grew up as a Black man due to how my mother wanted me to assimilate in America. It didn't work for me. I ended up fighting Black boys monthly - especially - my size and bigger and/or dark-as-midnight; Black girls used to "throw me under the bus" and call me "Heavy D" and yell when walking by "Ah bwih-bwih-bwih-bwih-uh-bwih-uh-deeeeeeee", then when I lost weight right after high school, I was "a fake-a.ss Al B Sure" and "Kid's brother from Kid N Play"..."hi yellow a.ss ni.gga". They mocked me for being an "uppity n.igga" like they were Stephen calling me that if I were Django just because I NEVER SKIPPED A CLASS IN SCHOOL. But I act why "whiter" than Django ever did.

Dark-skinned Black girls would always say I got "gud hare"; overweight Black BBWs (which wasn't common at the time) used to smile at me and my mother sometimes would notice when dropping me off to school and she'd say, "_____, why don't you talk to her? She would be a good girlfriend!" (Just because my mother wanted me to marry a dark-skinned Black obese woman so badly! I KID YOU THE F.UCK NOT). Maybe that's why I love fat women so much. Psychological issues I guess.

So since my mother and father listened to a lot of R&B growing up e.g. The Ohio Players, The Isleys, Shalamar, Minnie Ripperton, Donny Hathaway, Michael Jackson, b***y's Rubber Band/Parliament/Funkadelic, Lionel Richie/The Commodores, etc., The Doobie Brothers feat. Michael McDonalds, Chicago feat. Peter Cetera, I became an R&B junkie.

That's when hearing Alexander O'neal, Toto, Genesis, Journey, REO Speedwagon, The SOS Band, Andre Cymone, The Time, The Deele, Dynasty, Atlantic Starr, Cameo, Starpoint feat. Renee Diggs, I lost my f.ucking mind and my soul was replenished with all the hurt I had experienced growing up.

Yes, I guess that explains it.
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Post by zboy1 » May 24th, 2013, 6:37 am

Then the money trail "curtailed" itself when great-grandparents had passed in the early 80s, then in 1989, both sides of the family's grand father's passed, then a few months later in 1989 my parents divorced and my father split and my grandmother stopped giving my mother and father extra spending money and now gave it to my aunt, whom my grand mother favored more (personal long a.ss story so you will be spared). Luckily, I was 15 when this happened. I had a spoiled childhood when it came to the latest video game systems..Vic 20, C128, C64, c1541, c1571 dual density double sided hard drives, Atari boxes, Coleco VIsion, Super NES, you name it, Icepic BOOTLEG FLOPPY GAMES, all the Transformers: all the Stunticons, all the Aerialbots, all the Constructicons, Mega Supreme the Autobot City, Ultra Magnus, Rodimus Prime, Hot Rod, MegaTron, The Sweeps, The Skarkicons, all the Go-Bots, all MUSCLE action figures, all GI Joe figures with different legs from different GI Joes strapped in by the rubber band and hook in their pelvic area (LOL), Hulk Hogan, Macho Man, Andre The Giant, Ted DiBiase dolls. Ate Sun Country cereal (it had been taken off the market because it was so fattening and so tasty YET not wildly-popular), Entermann's, Freidhoffer's, Orange Donuts, NERDs cereal (you spring chickens have no idea how good American junk food was in the 80s and early 90s!!) ate 4-5 meals a day and laid around the house (when I was 380 at 14-16 years old) - AND this was before buffets became popular in NYS/NYC/NJ/CT!!!!
Damn dude, when I was growing up my cheap ass parents refused to buy me any GI Joe and Transformers toys, and Voltron toys were too expensive--according to them. They only bought me an NES after I promised to get all A's in school. They pissed me off so much growing up as a child, LOL.

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Post by E Irizarry R&B Singer » May 24th, 2013, 6:54 am

Like a dumb a.ss, I ran out of money and got stuck in Guayaquil, Ecuador. So the first time I went to the US Consulate in Guayaquil, the head of security there: a big burly stocky Black man (He actually looked like DJ fourmoney with a Montell Jordan tall build LMAO) and I almost go into a squabble because I reluctantly didn't want to leave my laptop that I had purchased at Thai computer shopping mall ...damn what's the name of that tech-gadget mall in Bangkok??..at a f***ing hole-in-the-wall store across the street while I would be inside the US Consulate because computers are prohibited from going inside US Embassies and US Consulates. Probably due to post-9/11 elevated b.s. risk?

So he said that he was going to bring me up on criminal charges by the time I would reach stateside by threatening that to me if I didn't comply, so I kissed his a.ss, which he wanted me to do, then I left the expensive laptop across the street (luckily it wasn't stolen when i came back to retrieve it after the whole ordeal at the Consulate), he let me into the Consulate (US Embassies and Consulates are a.ssholes abroad!!!!). I waited two hours in the wwaiting room and the two White guys working there behind the bullet-proof clerk counter windows said that I should get an English job, pay the overstay in lieu of giving me a loan to get back to the U.S of Gay (damn this should be it's own thread here!!!). So they rejected and I ended up not getting an English job and living in a 24-hour shopping mall in Guayaquil (forgot the name of it).

For a month and a half, I was eating scraps left by customers in the food court on the plate uneaten. That food is so damn good. Que riquisima! I never ate out the garbage; damn that! But if it was on the table after they didn't want to finish it or take it home, it was fair game. I did that all day, and chill on my Thai-purchased expensive laptop all day off of the free Wi-Fi in the 24-hour shopping mall that I slept hunch over on the table in the giant food court. LOL Crazy s.hit, fellas.

Then since Guayaquil has poor people whom work in the mall, they became tired of me eating up the scraps before they had gotten to it. I used to literally watch like a chickenhawk: the moment the customer had gotten up, I had been pouncing on those scraps, fellas. Pollo asado, bistec emcebollado (fried onion steak), it was actually better than Puerto RIcan food, etc.

So since they became tired of it, they called Ecuadorian Immigration on me and one cop walked up on me in Spanish, "Oye. Lo que usted haga sea ilegal". (Listen, what you are doing is illegal)

"Tengo que traerle usted a la oficina" (I have to escort you to the office for questioning etc)

They didn't even asked if I have overstayed, but they checked out my pasaporte after I had gotten there. Then they advised me in Spanish to leave the country. So they said I was barred from the 24-hour shopping mall and that I had to go to "el consulado" and get them to help my s.hit out.

I returned to the US consulate and they remembered me. So they knew I wasn't trying to get easy money from the US gov't overseas.

After a couple of hours, finally the destroyed my passport, given me a one-trip temp us passport, and paperwork so that I can repay the "repatriation loan" because America doesn't fly their stranded citizens back to US land free of charge. Cheap bastards LOL

I hope that was succinct for you all!

I had to take a repatriation loan in order to get that one-way ticket from Ecuador back to the U.S. of Gay. The US consulate, where I was stuck at, deliberately mutilated it so that I had to take the emergency one-time usage passport to be repatriated back into America and cannot leave again until it's paid up (since it was a loan taken out against the US government directly).

It ran me $891.00 USD and I just got around to paying it off in January.

With that pending balance, the US Dept of State puts a hold/lien on you pigeonholing you from acquiring a new US passport.

I was locked out of my other account; that's why I have this new one.

I was sitting the floor because I wanted to? :-)
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Post by kai1275 » May 30th, 2013, 10:16 pm

E Irizarry R&B Singer wrote:
aozora13 wrote:E, I thought you were Brazillian? Are you going to apply to get another Passport? I have a Brazillian friend who did that and has two Passports. He can be avoid having to pay the high Tourist costs to travel to Brazil. Also, it is good that you hurried to get your Passport. I have heard things are going to change soon where it will be hard for people to get theres and also a better RFID chip.
My great-grandparents were Brazilian after I did research. I used to think I was partially Puerto Rican because of family member Jim (he was 50-something at the time and I was 5-7 years old) whom lived there and spoke Puerto Rican Spanish forwards and backwards until I did research on my genealogical roots. I found out that my late Jimmy had a Puerto Rican father and my grandmother and he had the same mother (Brasilian) but not the same father. Both of my parents are American of Brazilian ancestry going back to the 60s when my great grand parents and grand parents came here from Salvador, Brasil (with some retro Portuguese geneo-side and retro Irish blood (via proxy of Brasil) from my papa's geneo-side). Remember, Brazil is crazily mixed before they come to America.

If you didn't know my parents, you would assume that my mother was Creole and that my father was a light-skinned Black dude. Similar to how R&B singer Elle Varner's parents look.

I came from money; that's why they were able to afford to immigrate to America.

Then the money trail "curtailed" itself when great-grandparents had passed in the early 80s, then in 1989, both sides of the family's grand father's passed, then a few months later in 1989 my parents divorced and my father split and my grandmother stopped giving my mother and father extra spending money and now gave it to my aunt, whom my grand mother favored more (personal long a.ss story so you will be spared). Luckily, I was 15 when this happened. I had a spoiled childhood when it came to the latest video game systems..Vic 20, C128, C64, c1541, c1571 dual density double sided hard drives, Atari boxes, Coleco VIsion, Super NES, you name it, Icepic BOOTLEG FLOPPY GAMES, all the Transformers: all the Stunticons, all the Aerialbots, all the Constructicons, Mega Supreme the Autobot City, Ultra Magnus, Rodimus Prime, Hot Rod, MegaTron, The Sweeps, The Skarkicons, all the Go-Bots, all MUSCLE action figures, all GI Joe figures with different legs from different GI Joes strapped in by the rubber band and hook in their pelvic area (LOL), Hulk Hogan, Macho Man, Andre The Giant, Ted DiBiase dolls. Ate Sun Country cereal (it had been taken off the market because it was so fattening and so tasty YET not wildly-popular), Entermann's, Freidhoffer's, Orange Donuts, NERDs cereal (you spring chickens have no idea how good American junk food was in the 80s and early 90s!!) ate 4-5 meals a day and laid around the house (when I was 380 at 14-16 years old) - AND this was before buffets became popular in NYS/NYC/NJ/CT!!!!

I grew up as a Black man due to how my mother wanted me to assimilate in America. It didn't work for me. I ended up fighting Black boys monthly - especially - my size and bigger and/or dark-as-midnight; Black girls used to "throw me under the bus" and call me "Heavy D" and yell when walking by "Ah bwih-bwih-bwih-bwih-uh-bwih-uh-deeeeeeee", then when I lost weight right after high school, I was "a fake-a.ss Al B Sure" and "Kid's brother from Kid N Play"..."hi yellow a.ss ni.gga". They mocked me for being an "uppity n.igga" like they were Stephen calling me that if I were Django just because I NEVER SKIPPED A CLASS IN SCHOOL. But I act why "whiter" than Django ever did.

Dark-skinned Black girls would always say I got "gud hare"; overweight Black BBWs (which wasn't common at the time) used to smile at me and my mother sometimes would notice when dropping me off to school and she'd say, "_____, why don't you talk to her? She would be a good girlfriend!" (Just because my mother wanted me to marry a dark-skinned Black obese woman so badly! I KID YOU THE F.UCK NOT). Maybe that's why I love fat women so much. Psychological issues I guess.

So since my mother and father listened to a lot of R&B growing up e.g. The Ohio Players, The Isleys, Shalamar, Minnie Ripperton, Donny Hathaway, Michael Jackson, b***y's Rubber Band/Parliament/Funkadelic, Lionel Richie/The Commodores, etc., The Doobie Brothers feat. Michael McDonalds, Chicago feat. Peter Cetera, I became an R&B junkie.

That's when hearing Alexander O'neal, Toto, Genesis, Journey, REO Speedwagon, The SOS Band, Andre Cymone, The Time, The Deele, Dynasty, Atlantic Starr, Cameo, Starpoint feat. Renee Diggs, I lost my f.ucking mind and my soul was replenished with all the hurt I had experienced growing up.

Yes, I guess that explains it.
I feel you on that! I still sometimes take a hard look at a thick black woman and go mmmm! Damn! I snap outta it and keep it moving but it's hard to not like it! LOL Shit this new job I am at has some nice sweet looking 8+ ones here with SERIOUS ASS too that, I bullshit you not, waved at me for no reason at all!!!

*runs out into the rain* WHYYYYYYYYYYY?!!!!!

LOL!

I'm about to get married in 2 weeks to my Chinese wife, and now some grade A ones wanna hollah? I said to myself, "This aint nothing but the Devil!" :evil:

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Post by aozora13 » May 30th, 2013, 11:57 pm

E Irizarry R&B Singer wrote:Like a dumb a.ss, I ran out of money and got stuck in Guayaquil, Ecuador. So the first time I went to the US Consulate in Guayaquil, the head of security there: a big burly stocky Black man (He actually looked like DJ fourmoney with a Montell Jordan tall build LMAO) and I almost go into a squabble because I reluctantly didn't want to leave my laptop that I had purchased at Thai computer shopping mall ...damn what's the name of that tech-gadget mall in Bangkok??..at a f***ing hole-in-the-wall store across the street while I would be inside the US Consulate because computers are prohibited from going inside US Embassies and US Consulates. Probably due to post-9/11 elevated b.s. risk?

So he said that he was going to bring me up on criminal charges by the time I would reach stateside by threatening that to me if I didn't comply, so I kissed his a.ss, which he wanted me to do, then I left the expensive laptop across the street (luckily it wasn't stolen when i came back to retrieve it after the whole ordeal at the Consulate), he let me into the Consulate (US Embassies and Consulates are a.ssholes abroad!!!!). I waited two hours in the wwaiting room and the two White guys working there behind the bullet-proof clerk counter windows said that I should get an English job, pay the overstay in lieu of giving me a loan to get back to the U.S of Gay (damn this should be it's own thread here!!!). So they rejected and I ended up not getting an English job and living in a 24-hour shopping mall in Guayaquil (forgot the name of it).

For a month and a half, I was eating scraps left by customers in the food court on the plate uneaten. That food is so damn good. Que riquisima! I never ate out the garbage; damn that! But if it was on the table after they didn't want to finish it or take it home, it was fair game. I did that all day, and chill on my Thai-purchased expensive laptop all day off of the free Wi-Fi in the 24-hour shopping mall that I slept hunch over on the table in the giant food court. LOL Crazy s.hit, fellas.

Then since Guayaquil has poor people whom work in the mall, they became tired of me eating up the scraps before they had gotten to it. I used to literally watch like a chickenhawk: the moment the customer had gotten up, I had been pouncing on those scraps, fellas. Pollo asado, bistec emcebollado (fried onion steak), it was actually better than Puerto RIcan food, etc.

So since they became tired of it, they called Ecuadorian Immigration on me and one cop walked up on me in Spanish, "Oye. Lo que usted haga sea ilegal". (Listen, what you are doing is illegal)

"Tengo que traerle usted a la oficina" (I have to escort you to the office for questioning etc)

They didn't even asked if I have overstayed, but they checked out my pasaporte after I had gotten there. Then they advised me in Spanish to leave the country. So they said I was barred from the 24-hour shopping mall and that I had to go to "el consulado" and get them to help my s.hit out.

I returned to the US consulate and they remembered me. So they knew I wasn't trying to get easy money from the US gov't overseas.

After a couple of hours, finally the destroyed my passport, given me a one-trip temp us passport, and paperwork so that I can repay the "repatriation loan" because America doesn't fly their stranded citizens back to US land free of charge. Cheap bastards LOL

I hope that was succinct for you all!

I had to take a repatriation loan in order to get that one-way ticket from Ecuador back to the U.S. of Gay. The US consulate, where I was stuck at, deliberately mutilated it so that I had to take the emergency one-time usage passport to be repatriated back into America and cannot leave again until it's paid up (since it was a loan taken out against the US government directly).

It ran me $891.00 USD and I just got around to paying it off in January.

With that pending balance, the US Dept of State puts a hold/lien on you pigeonholing you from acquiring a new US passport.

I was locked out of my other account; that's why I have this new one.

I was sitting the floor because I wanted to? :-)
E, sorry for not reading this post about your ancestry for a Brazillian passport. Wow, that is rough. I can see why they suggested getting an English job but that is really sad how the embassys and consulates do not really help you (I never use them). They tell you to register that you are in a country but why would you? It is good you received your Passport.

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