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cuz you all think celebrities r so great right?

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Reply to: Leave it to an amazon like David Ortiz from the Dominican Republic ..an immigra...
He is one of 50 MLB players in history to hit at least 400 career home runs.

Personal life

Each time Ortiz crosses the plate after hitting a home run, he looks up and points both index fingers to the sky in tribute to his mother Angela Rosa Arias, who died in a car crash in January 2002 at the age of 46.[12] Ortiz also has a tattoo of his mother on his biceps.
Ortiz and his wife Tiffany have three children. Since marrying Tiffany, he has become a fan of the Green Bay Packers (his wife hails from Kaukauna, Wisconsin, a town in between the cities of Green Bay and Appleton).[13]
On June 11, 2008, Ortiz became a United States citizen at John F. Kennedy Library in Boston.[14][15]


Cha rity work
The David Ortiz Children's Fund was founded in 2007 to support a range of causes that Ortiz believes in. The Fund allows Ortiz the flexibility to donate to those children are in the most need at any given time, from Boston to the Dominican Republic and beyond. Ortiz released his own Charity Wine label in 2008 with all the proceeds going to the David Ortiz Children's Fund. The wine called Vintage Papi proceeded to raise $150,000 for charity.[17]

Born: November 18, 1975 in Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional, D.R. (Age 37)
High School: Haina (Haina, DO)
Signed by the Seattle Mariners as an amateur free agent in 1992. (All Transactions)
Debut: September 2, 1997 (Age 21)
Teams (by GP): RedSox/Twins 1997-2013

SO in the United States for 21 yrs and more than half his life!!


Hey Ultimate! What have you done for others lately? What's your claim to fame?

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I love Dominicans :)

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Dominicans don't traditionally eat tacos.

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Somehow I doubt he came up with the phrase before the word.

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David Ortiz forgiven by FCC for expletive Boston will never forget

David Ortiz used an expletive in his defiant (and televised) speech Saturday before the first Red Sox home game since the Boston Marathon bombing. The FCC has already weighed in.

By Mark Sappenfield | Christian Science Monitor – 16 hrs ago

On a day when the city of Boston came to Fenway Park for its collective exhale, honoring the governor and mayor and law enforcement officials who have served with such distinction during the past week of terror, it was the one indelible moment. The crowd roared louder than it had all afternoon. People on the Internet are already making T-shirts.
It was, in five words, the encapsulation of a city's defiance – bowed, but never broken. Not even close.
It also happened to be NSFW (not safe for work). Or children. Or anyone in Mr. Rogers' neighborhood.
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It was the declaration by legendary Red Sox slugger David Ortiz in pregame ceremonies Saturday, which were broadcast nationwide.
"This is our f------ city, and nobody's going to dictate our freedom."
In recent years, the Federal Communications Commission has taken to calling such incidents "fleeting expletives," and has grown increasingly grumpy about them. For years, the major television networks behaved themselves, pushing any potentially objectionable content past 10 p.m., when kids who might ask "Mommy, what is cow s---?" had already gone to bed.
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Then came reality TV star Nicole Richie, who said live during the December 2003 Billboard awards show on Fox, "Have you ever tried to get cow s--- out of a Prada purse? It's not so f------ simple."
Or U2 singer Bono, who said during NBC's broadcast of the Golden Globes awards show earlier that year: "f------ brilliant."
For these incidents and others, the FCC responded by fining networks more than $1 million. Though the fines were later overturned by the Supreme Court, the point was made. There was a new sheriff in town. The networks have responded, running awards shows on several-second delays so they can beep out any offenders.
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But on Saturday, no one beeped out Mr. Ortiz – known to Bostonians as "Big Papi." And within the hour, FCC chairman Julius Genachowski had taken to Twitter to say that was just fine.
"David Ortiz spoke from the heart at today's Red Sox game. I stand with Big Papi and the people of Boston - Julius," the tweet read.
Mark Townsend of Yahoo's Big League Stew blog added his 2 cents: "There's a right time, and there's a wrong time to be too emotional. Today was definitely the right time (and yes, I know there were children in the building)."
Commenters largely agreed. One, named Hawk, summed up the sentiment this way: "I'm gonna go ahead and vote Papi for MVP. Most Valuable Phrasing!" Another, named Ted, added: "When Papi said that, I got goosebumps."
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On a joyous day to end a tragic week that Boston – and the world – will not soon forget, Ortiz's expletive was anything but fleeting, it seems.

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What makes swearing morally wrong?

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