The number of wild hogs in the Upstate is growing.
Kevin: He doesn't have Spanish skills. The author has no idea what he or she is talking about. I speak Spanish, but I learned to speak Spanish in Mexico. He learned Spanish in Honduras. If he and I were to speak in Spanish together I would immediately know that he was not Mexican by the accent of his Spanish and would not even understand some of what he said because of his dialect. If I talk in Spanish to a person from (for example) Colombia, I have difficulty understanding them. I was just in Spain a few weeks ago and had difficulty understanding them in Spanish because I speak "Mexican" Spanish. Some of the words are completely different in Spain. In fact, I would usually just try to speak in English if they spoke that to make it easier. Spanish is not a universal language. I'm not trying to be difficult, but to just make a point. Hispanics (like myself) and Latinos are not all one big voting block. We do not appreciate being grouped into one stereotyped voting block. It's insulting. It's like saying that a German is the same as a French guy because they are both Europeans.