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Unfortunately wiped out soon after the Spanish landed on the island at the turn of the 15th century. The Arawaks were the ones who christened the country with its name.

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Well at least the poor class in Jamaica has a cool reputation. Our lower class reputation is a bit of a laughing stock, including our music. Was Bob Marley responsible for putting Jamaican culture on the map? Although I heard he didnít give much back to the community in terms of money from his own pocket.

I remember once I had to phone a head office in Windsor (a posh part of London) and the woman assumed I was lying and was trying to steal money so she kept fobbing me off even though I was phoning because I hadnít been paid and the business had shut down. She didnít believe me for no other reason than my accent being considered so poor I was Ďup to something.í
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Similiar to what happaned here.
Btw, this is dope. https://youtu.be/9lAiWPRUGl0
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Well at least the poor class in Jamaica has a cool reputation. Our lower class reputation is a bit of a laughing stock, including our music. Was Bob Marley responsible for putting Jamaican culture on the map? Although I heard he didn’t give much back to the community in terms of money from his own pocket.

I remember once I had to phone a head office in Windsor (a posh part of London) and the woman assumed I was lying and was trying to steal money so she kept fobbing me off even though I was phoning because I hadn’t been paid and the business had shut down. She didn’t believe me for no other reason than my accent being considered so poor I was ‘up to something.’
Jamaica has a reputation for cool globally, but I'd say the social stratification is probably on par with you folks. For instance, you have to have loads of documentations, signage from government sanctioned officials, proof of address etc all for the lowest jobs and the most basic functions, as there is such a low level of trust in the society. That kind of skeptical attitude is here, especially at remittance outlets where every young person is cross-examined as to ensure that they aren't a part of the scamming that goes on in the country. Priority treatment is given to foreigners while Jamaicans **** on their own countrymen, etc.

Is rave and D&B classified as lower class English music? I appreciate bluegrass even if it's not my speed so I'm curious about what the lowest classes of England & the British Isles are listening to.
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Kpop seems to be going global. Haven't gotten into it myself
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Kpop fail spectacularly to replicate Ganton's gangbanger.
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Well, as far as I am aware, no one says rave anymore. Itís all about the D&B and techno. Rave is considered 90ís so it may have some relevance because of 90s being in vogue currently. But D&B is considered cool around all the classes because thereís so many festivals about it, although I couldnít tell you if the upper classes enjoy Ďslumming ití in order to rebel and take drugs, but itís pretty much mainstream here.
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Iíve never been a fan of D&B tho, if I listen to music itís acoustic or 90s it something easy listening. My mind goes 100mph so it needs something relaxing or I get confused. But D&B is also associated with large groups, so it could also be that. I prefer a live band in a pub playing classics.
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Unfortunately wiped out soon after the Spanish landed on the island at the turn of the 15th century. The Arawaks were the ones who christened the country with its name.
Arawak people still alive in Indonesia, including myself. You just make a lot of assumtions, conspiracy. Peace.
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Arawak people still alive in Indonesia, including myself. You just make a lot of assumtions, conspiracy. Peace.
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Arawak people still alive in Indonesia, including myself. You just make a lot of assumtions, conspiracy. Peace.
Did you miss the part that says "on the island"? I understand that English isn't your first language.

What do Awaraks speak?
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Arawak in Indonesia? How does that work.

Is Jamaican music popular in Indo?
I found this:
http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/entertainment/20190509/indonesian-prince-ska-streets-stage
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Did you miss the part that says "on the island"? I understand that English isn't your first language.

What do Awaraks speak?
I only asked about "Arawak", not in the island.

The language is far from similiar though.

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How about Arawak, conspiracy?
Com de b lies, conspiracy?

Btw, when I was a kid, mr Bombastic were very popular in my village.

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Nice, that article is a good argument against "cultural appropriation".
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Arawak in Indonesia? How does that work.
Because tropical zodiac is not useful. The racial differences naturally caused by Sun's rays, and seasonal pattern within its own continent. While the prophecy of the Son of God and Yahwe's Rasul keep coming true. Peace be upon you.

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I only asked about "Arawak", not in the island.

The language is far from similiar though.
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I answered within the context of Jamaica, since that was what we were discussing.

Good ol' Uranus, I was waiting for your attempt at a "gotcha".

What's the deal with those natives in Indonesia? Can you say more?
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C.t., I'm using the expression "dynamic uncertainty", in regards to particular Charts that have this quality. Did you coin it, or see it someplace else?
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Life is so confusing. What is the memeing of Life?
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It came to me spontaneously

What's the criteria you're using to deem charts with that moniker?
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I answered within the context of Jamaica, since that was what we were discussing.

Good ol' Uranus, I was waiting for your attempt at a "gotcha".

What's the deal with those natives in Indonesia? Can you say more?
Conspiracy,

I'm not make this up. I have an uncle who is a Catholic monk and work in Sao Bernardo, Brazil. He say that racially speaking, native people of central America are looking exactly like people in Indonesia (Singapore and Malaysia, even Laos and 8's country too). Oh and their Pagan rituals, dance, and adorations seems familiar to me. Thankfully, there is an attempt to save and educate them for equality by some organizations, at least in Brazil. I don't know how's it going in Jamaica and Carribean, though I notice there is an organization run by goverment to save native people of Dominican, and Bahama.

Here is my tribe's Pagan dance. Btw, it's my village, i'm one of those spectactors.
https://youtu.be/uB4H4aadBlE

This is the actual fight
https://youtu.be/4tJIQgSGi7Y

There are at least 100 more languages and other pagan's dance and rituals within the country.

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What's the criteria you're using to deem charts with that moniker?
Just used it in the Read My Chart forum, "What's my dominant planet?" See if you agree with my use of it in this case.
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I'm thinking the dynamic uncertainty mostly comes from the Angular Uranus at the bottom of the chart? Her Cancer Moon in the 8th is really sensitive to security needs so I see the dichotomy in that regard. What were you looking at in the chart?
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I'm thinking the dynamic uncertainty mostly comes from the Angular Uranus at the bottom of the chart? Her Cancer Moon in the 8th is really sensitive to security needs so I see the dichotomy in that regard. What were you looking at in the chart?
Yes. And what about the Mutable Pluto/Saturn/Sun t-square?
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Yes. And what about the Mutable Pluto/Saturn/Sun t-square?
One line that comes to mind when I see that config. is "Undermining of one's sense of self from without". Due to the symbols involved, perhaps a father complex. Seems to be a pressuring influence on the life.
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