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Translate this Spanish? - March 5, 2011, 10:27 PM

http://www.fileupyours.com/view/274681/cb1.wma

Basically what is this guy saying?
Does he say anything about where he's located? I thought heard Puerto Rico mentioned.


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its jibberish. Some drunk lady big upping her town Ponce. Something about an earthquake but its not its literal meaning. i suspect slang. Azucar is like lets party mofos!
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March 6, 2011, 07:19 PM

Showout to "peseta" (quarter in spanish)

From Ponce, PR to the world, the "earthquake" station; damn powerful station...

Ponce, the lions city, earthquake station in action, check it out!

Shoutout and blessings to the ones that said hi...

Up the the 3 mins mark, got tired of listening lol
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its jibberish. Some drunk lady big upping her town Ponce. Something about an earthquake but its not its literal meaning. i suspect slang. Azucar is like lets party mofos!
No, azucar is sugar, and it was used in reference to "smooth" or "smoothnes"
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Thanks

I recorded this on CB channel 9. Today I was picking up some guy out in California and another in North Carolina.

These guys on CBs say some weird shit.


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I recorded this on CB channel 9. Today I was picking up some guy out in California and another in North Carolina.

These guys on CBs say some weird shit.

I am not into CB stuff, and I couldnt believe the signal made it all the way up here from Ponce PR.

The guy is a character, thats for sure LOL
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No, azucar is sugar, and it was used in reference to "smooth" or "smoothnes"
when people yell azucar they do not mean yay sugar. smoothness i doubt it since its used mostly during merengue witch is uptempo music. smoothness would more refer to jazz. so as i said lets party mofos!
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I recorded this on CB channel 9. Today I was picking up some guy out in California and another in North Carolina.

These guys on CBs say some weird shit.
Called Skip.
You can catch airwaves from anywhere in the world, and depending on conditions you can talk back.
I've talk to guys in Argentina, Jamacia, Guam, and several other countries.
All because conditions were just right, so that we could.

You want to hear some super skip, Listen to the "super bowl", Channel 6.
Especially down around Water Gate City.
Up here in the mountains, we got elevation. My bro runs a CB setup in his Burban that kicks out close to 50,000 watts.
My base station runs full stroking about 3500-5000 watts.
I can talk to DMV, and points north very easily.
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when people yell azucar they do not mean yay sugar. smoothness i doubt it since its used mostly during merengue witch is uptempo music. smoothness would more refer to jazz. so as i said lets party mofos!

LOL, I am telling you my man. I am born and raised Puertorican. Its not the meaning of the word, its the context in which it was used.

BTW - The only person that used the word "azucar" was Celia Cruz, and she was a SALSA singer (not merengue as you stated, and she wasnt using it as a "lets party mofos")

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Called Skip.
You can catch airwaves from anywhere in the world, and depending on conditions you can talk back.
I've talk to guys in Argentina, Jamacia, Guam, and several other countries.
All because conditions were just right, so that we could.

You want to hear some super skip, Listen to the "super bowl", Channel 6.
Especially down around Water Gate City.
Up here in the mountains, we got elevation. My bro runs a CB setup in his Burban that kicks out close to 50,000 watts.
My base station runs full stroking about 3500-5000 watts.
I can talk to DMV, and points north very easily.
And I just got Doooown!
Shit, Argentina and Guam?!?!?
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LOL, I am telling you my man. I am born and raised Puertorican. Its not the meaning of the word, its the context in which it was used.

BTW - The only person that used the word "azucar" was Celia Cruz, and she was a SALSA singer (not merengue as you stated, and she wasnt using it as a "lets party mofos")
so people weren't dancing and having a good time when she sang her songs? and the cb lady, among other people, used the phrase too. Agree to disagree.
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Incorrectomundo compadres !!

I's here the official spanish-speaking sheriff in this hurr .net, and mamacita is asking her neighbor for a cup of sugar.
There, I said it ...official!
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On the radio again today. Hearing some other people speaking Spanish too.


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so people weren't dancing and having a good time when she sang her songs? and the cb lady, among other people, used the phrase too. Agree to disagree.
Ohh yeah man, we are not goin to argue over it

Agree to disagree works.

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There, I said it ...official!
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On the radio again today. Hearing some other people speaking Spanish too.
Catch from where they were from? Also, what exactly do you guys do? Find somebody and talk, share info?
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Catch from where they were from? Also, what exactly do you guys do? Find somebody and talk, share info?

Other than the one in PR, no. I don't know Spanish.

I don't talk. Besides most stations wouldn't hear me anyways. I'm legal, only 4 watts of power. Using amplifiers on the CB band is illegal.
I mainly got my CB to be able to listen to truckers when traveling and not tie up my scanner.


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