Guillermo R Paz Vazquez

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Current Name
Guillermo R Paz Vazquez
Current Location
United States of America
Name on Arrival
Guillermo R Paz Vazquez
Age on Arrival
11
Date of Arrival
Tuesday, October 10, 1961
Relocated To
Kendall
Groups
Haiti Pedro Pan
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The year was 1958, I was 8 years old and my life from my perspective was good. I had two wonderful parents and a loving sister who was 2 years older than I. My father was a self made man who arrived ...

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Guillermo tu tienes una enfermeda terminal? como tu vas aponer esa foto en este lugar, deja que Carmen vire de PUELTO LICO. YO CREO QUE TU VAS A REMPLASAR EL GALLO DE MORON. buena suerte que lastima que no te pude conocer antes. maybe there is till time I PRAY TO LOS SANTEROS QUE TE PROTEGEN. BYE FERNANDO [ AHORA ESTOY ESCONDIDO ]

Message by Fernando L Collado Gonzalez | Sep 17th 2009

What are u talking about? I got you a great deal...Raiford, corner unit, AC, barb wire patio for privacy and overlooking the lake!

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Sep 16th 2009

Guillermo, I´m inclined to believe that temporary insanity would work much better than total amnesia. So, go for broke. And, if everything else fails, throw yourself at the mercy of the Santica. That way, you´ll be putting her holiness on trial and will have turned the tables on her. It´s only a suggestion, but in the end it might work. José Antonio.

Message by Marcia Caridad Ramos Gonzalez | Sep 16th 2009

Do you need an attorney? I'm available!

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Sep 16th 2009

OK, Guillermo, with Exhibit "A" having being introduced, the prosecution rests its case. Is there a viable defense in the making? It looks bleak. Perhaps a plea negotiation, based on aggravating circumstances, might get you a reduced sentence.

Message by Marcia Caridad Ramos Gonzalez | Sep 16th 2009

Ay, Guillermito, Guillermito...que envidia que a mi me haya ido mejor que a ti en el restaurant! Aunque es posible porque Jamey is a young good looking dude who made the mistake on betting on the FSU/Cane game. He's been paying lunches for a week! Te dire que lo que te perdistes hoy, no tiene precio. Todo empezo con Fernando y despues Jose Antonio muy amable con los buenos dias y de ahi pa'lante fue algo serio. Hasta yo no me acordaba ni lo que le habia dicho a uno del otro, Yolanda llego y le agrego los mangos al arroz, Marcos trato de cojer la raspita y lo que hizo fue scratch the bottom of the pot. Al fin, yo que estoy trasnochada y completedly confused, ya pedia clemencia que me dejaran salir del potage. So, te lo perdistes. Al medio dia hable con tu amada, la santa, que estaba esperando asiento en un restaurant de PR que a mi me gusta. Ahorita es capaz de escribirme pa'darme envidia tambien.

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Sep 15th 2009

Oh, my goodness, Guille: In the state of mind I'm in this week and you posting pictures like that, I might as well shoot myself! Yes, we relate. However, since I don't want to dwell on negative things, let me tell you my lunch today, courtesy of James Winrow, who is now a very depressed FSU alumni so he had to pay! We went to Smokey Bones Barbecue, where a very young, good looking man waited on us. He said, 'Babe, what can I do for you'...of course, it was an extensive menu but I controlled myself due to the diet thing. So, I said, "Handsome, I'll have a cup of the crab chowder and may I have some hot sauce w/it, please". He, then, winked at me and responded, "Your every wish is my command". Needless to say, I felt it was a much more gratifying lunch than your dinner at la Carreta of Friday night.

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Sep 14th 2009

Hola Willie, anoche el coqui gago no molesto mas. Solo tube que preocuparme por el resto de los millones de Coquies normales que no dejan dormir. I love Miami. Cariños Carmen

Message by Carmen Valdivia | Sep 14th 2009

Guille: About 6 AM I went out to check on my pool sweeper which looked like it was stuck and all of the sudden I heard, coooocooo, cooo,coooo....almost jumped out of my skin

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Sep 14th 2009

Pues le puedes ir diciendo que hoy no me va a provocar nadie...estoy meditando o algo asi. Aside from that, I absolutely hate coquis...I'm so petrified of frogs that I've dream that I had a heart attack because a frog jumped on me. Portate bien, Guillermito...

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Sep 13th 2009

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