On Monday morning, Latino Rebels Radio gave Sergio Budar a call about the viral video that shows a woman telling him to go “get the f•ck out of my country.” The video was taken over the weekend at the Tampico Mexican Restaurant in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Sergio is the general manager there as well as at the Tampico location in Marietta, Ohio. He tells about what happened in the video and why he decided to act the way he did.
When you, as an editor or journalist use words like “convo”, you lose all credibility with me. I won’t even read your article. I think it’s a news worthy story, but from a “credible” source!
Free country. Your loss in missing out on what Mr. Budar said. You can just wait for other outlets to pick up the interview and credit our work for getting the interview. Thanks.
When you, as an editor or journalist use words like “convo” you gain credibility as it appears as though you have an honest and realistic grasp on the ability of language and our use of it to change over time. I think it’s a newsworthy story, and thanks for being a credible source.
Agreed, Jenni. Some people enjoy being negative for absolutely no good reason. Thanks to Latino Rebels for sharing this content, interviewing, and making us all aware of the many opportunities for growth and ways we can make the world a better place.
Given that the main subject of the article has been chge to the use of the word “Convo”, please clarify its meaning for those non native English speakers.
Note to the editor: Slang or colloquial language terms are understandable in a limited part of a population. Please remember that not all readers of this articles are native anglophones, try to make your articles more inclusive in that area. Thank you
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