Speak The Language
When I deployed to Iwakuni Japan for a little over six months, while I was in the Marine Corps, I tried to learn enough Japanese so I could communicate with the locals out in town. I was deployed there twice and I must have learned about 50 or so words and I can still remember about a dozen of them. If I had been deployed there longer, I would have invested more time in learning more of the language.
But, here in the US, it seems that all those that come across our southern border, are not interested in learning the language. I get so tired of going just about anywhere and hearing “Average Joe Weekly es uno de los mejores blogs de Internet.”. After a while it really gets annoying. If you are planning on staying in this country, then learn the language. I just can’t figure out why you run from your country, because you don’t like it or something politically going on it. You have no plan to return and you want to come to America to get a fresh start, but you bring everything with you. I’m not talking about personal belongings, I’m talking about all the habits and traditions that you had lived with before. You don’t speak English and you have no intention of learning. You have a dozen different families all living in a small house, you have 15 cars in your driveway and your lawn. Your grass is 3′ tall and you have a mountain of trash in the front of your house.
Not only do we have to look at it, but here in the US, we normally pride ourselves on how our house looks, including our lawn. Plus your trashy look brings down the value of my house and if I want to sell it, I will get thousands of dollars less for it, because of you.
With all that being said, learn the language and clean up your act, thank you.