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LausTxuj

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About LausTxuj

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  • Birthday 09/23/2015

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Twin City
  • Interests Cooking, Fishing, Reading, Writing, and Fixing Cars.

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  1. LausTxuj added a post in a topic HMONG TRADITIONAL FUNERAL RITE   

    Brother Robot
    The old Hmong are resisting changes to the Hmong funeral rite are due to our lack of scholars and written records.  We can not change something so dare to our culture without an extensive research and documentation of  the transitions.  I agree with many of you that Hmong funeral rites have to change according to time and resources, at this point, we are not ready for the changes yet (or the changes are too slow and does not catch our attention).  I hope that with the Hmong RPA writing; we will start looking into using it to keep record of hour history, culture, and moving us full speed to catch up with so many other civilizations.
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  2. LausTxuj added a topic in Hmong News, Public Relations ( Xov Xwm )   

    HMONG TRADITIONAL FUNERAL RITE
    What do you think after watching this video clip?  To me, the funeral ritual is still practiced almost similar.
     
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  3. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Hmong State (Hmong Tebchaws) 9/2017 all the presidents   

    Mother of Hmong writing and his believer sky crazies are falling down from the heaven.  These people are scary, dumb, and crazy.  People like these will end the Hmong existence and send the Hmong people back to Ash.
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  4. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Raug Hmoob Nplog Kob Huam Pluag Kug Caum Ntaus.   

    Some one is using this clip to narrate over it.  I don't think this clip is real.  Please don't tarnished other people's image and have respect to all girls.  Imagine if someone is doing this to your cousins or sisters, how would you feel?  You people have to be ashame of yourself.
    It's not the girls fault.  All they want is making a few $ or find a love one.  These problems are hand it down from the Hmong American men to the poor girls in Laos.  If you have to put the blame, put it where it belong, which is all the Pervert Grandma, Grandpa, and middle age  Hmong sexual overdrive men and women. 
    Hmong Laos should send these people who are doing this in body bag[quote]s back to the U.S.  This will teach you people a good lesson of respect and teach you morals and values.
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  5. LausTxuj added a post in a topic DON'T TRAVEL TO LAOS   

    Some you brothers missed the point of this warning.  I have so much to do and did not have time to clarify.  This warning means that, if you travel to Laos and disappear, your government might no be able to follow up.  Because, this country is very hard communicate and their are no laws to protect you.  Go at your own risk!!!
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  6. LausTxuj added a post in a topic kawm txuj taw tes   

    Modern day heroes learn the art of touching a woman  and not hitting a man.  You will be surprised to find out that any man who likes to have physical contact with other men has more then 10% gayness in their blood.  It does not matter which type of physical sport. 
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  7. LausTxuj added a topic in Hmong News, Public Relations ( Xov Xwm )   

    DON'T TRAVEL TO LAOS

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  8. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Hmoob noj30 nyob Mooscab, Moosloom thiab moosOm mus rau Khej XaisXoomboom   

    Robot, you are 100% correct.  "Mos Cab" are Hmong call girls 14 <-->20 yes old. 
    Brother Lem, I heard because I have never been to Laos.  I don't have any relatives, friends and don't even speak the language.  So, it is very difficult for me to travel to actually pounding these "Mos Cab" to witness the truth.  You are right.
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  9. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Nco tau tiam tas los   

    In my past life, I remember Nas Ej was my wife.  Now, I want to reunite with her, but she has to be my second wife without paper.

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  10. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Hmoob noj30 nyob Mooscab, Moosloom thiab moosOm mus rau Khej XaisXoomboom   

    I heard all the Hmong lao girls are "Mos Cab."  Hehehehehe.
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  11. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Neeg Suav Phem Tiag Tiag, Yog Muaj Li Nov Tiag   

    Hmong people only see what other people do.  They can not see what other people's intention when there is no picture shown.  As of right now, the Lao PDR build school housing for Hmong children to attend boarding school without the supervision of their parents.  These children are free to have kuv phem as early as 12 to 13 years old and reducing their education to elementary.  Hmong people don't even see these are happening right under their nose.  
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  12. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Hlub Hmoob Nplog   

    Please send me your money and I will make sure your relatives are being loved and cared for.  Thanks in advance.
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  13. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Nco tau tiam tas los   

    Usually, the shawoman spirits are passing down within the families.  So, it should be close or similar to your clans shawomanism.
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  14. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Neeg Suav Phem Tiag Tiag, Yog Muaj Li Nov Tiag   

    I would be carefully too.  Never trust Vietmin, they can do anything when they are cornered or out numbers.  The Chinese should just take over Vietnam.
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  15. LausTxuj added a post in a topic Thaum koj pom li no tag, koj xav ned- Hmoob Funeral tej ritual puas yog men made xwb...   

    This new generation of entertainment will replace the old instruments and songs in the Hmong funeral rituals. This performance mixes with alcohols in a Hmong funeral will eventually turn to a bar or club.  I love every bit of the ever changing Hmong cult.  I am happy that I have lived with and witness the great Hmong social unrest, a period of turmoil,  and the ever changing Hmong ideology.
    The Hmong exodus from Laos must have a great impact and inflicted all Hmong around the world to cause this soul searching and identity crisis.  Let the race of Hmong cult began and let us hope to get to see where it will end.
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