Author Topic: Introduction to CubaAmor  (Read 921 times)

Offline anidea

Introduction to CubaAmor
« on: February 08, 2020, 07:41:05 pm »
 
 Cuba News, Politics, Propaganda
 Cuban Culture, Sports, Art, Music & Video
   Travelling Cuba
 Food, Wine, Spirits, Recipes
 Chateamos en espanol
 Law and Sponsorship
 Relationships: The Positive, The Negative, Adjustment,
What Could Go Wrong?
 

We want to keep this website and Cuba forum a place where people can get help and have conversations without feeling like they are losing their privacy or feeling harassed.  Membership is free and open to everyone, but we reserve the right to refuse service.  Please check our Rules and Terms of Service before registering for membership.  Questions or concerns can be addressed to the Webmaster at CubaAmor.

 

This website and forum is run on donation, both of the intellectual and monetary variety.  If you have the inclination, you can donate a couple chavitos to keep the site going.

If you are having difficulties registering for a forum account, make sure you use a REAL Email address.  Your email address will not be used by us for any other purpose than registration.  The reason we require you to sign up with a real email address is that we do not permit duplicate account profiles UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE.  This is to protect you as well as other forum members.  Again, if you attempt to register with a throwaway email address, you may not be approved for membership.  You can email the Webmaster (at CubaAmor dot org) if you have questions or concerns regarding this policy.

 

This website is dedicated to CubaAmor.com, Cupid, and all the former, current, and future contributors to the CubaAmor.Org forum.

   

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« Last Edit: February 11, 2020, 09:53:31 pm by anidea »
  • Been there done that
It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. (Mark Twain)

Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge (Charles Darwin)

Beware of the half truth. You may have gotten hold of the wrong half.

Humans cannot perceive themselves objectively; an audience is crucial for feedback.

Truth cannot be spoken with conviction as it’ll trample someone else’s carefully crafted half-truth or lie. With a message that fragile, every truth is too loud, too fanatical, too biased, too extreme.