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    Boleado alert

    4 day national holiday. Wife went to lab for an exam and they are all closed. Onward to more victories.

    Other than that, there seems to be some bugs around other than denque. One relative had...
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    Re: S#!t people from SJDS say....

    Pricing hotel rooms at Las Penitas midweek, $20 with air. Too cheap to believe. Only Suyapa Beach, my preferred hotel, is hanging tough--pricey and booked up.
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    Re: Mid Nov

    Getting a good flight out of MGA is like getting laid, jump on it at the first opportunity! You snooze, you lose.
    Saw a flight the other day RT cheaper to Zurich than Vegas.

    Try 3 weeks to 6...
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    Re: First Box

    Except it sucked half a page of my passport!
  5. Re: Warning...this has nothing to do with Nicaragua....

    How about the US Army? They are now paying for sex changes. Can't wait to see the new recruiting signs-- Fun , Adventure, free sex change!

    But what happens 10 years later when they decide they...
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    Re: Matagalpa

    Thanx for the heads up. It sounds like they were searching you for a pistol to steal or maybe to verify you did not have a pistol so they could rob you. Either way, the fact that they followed you...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    If I wanted to pay for news I would subscribe to the Wall Street Journal. Why? Years ago I worked with a commie who read the WSJ in the break area every morning. I asked him why a commie would read...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    There is a certain meltdown of civil society. things like the new park in Esteli are met with mixed feelings, some peeple calling it a sandi vote getting gimmick. (In a country where children can...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    Ortega says it is still on the agenda. Keep the faith. Aug 14th at Naval Forces anniversary:
    «Nosotros no hemos renunciado, y al contrario, tenemos con el pueblo nicaragüense, históricamente tenemos...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    Ah, fond memories of British Honduras, one of the first stamps on my passport. It was an enchanted little place with pictures of Queen Elizabeth Hanging on the walls of Indian grass shacks. Sad to...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    If a rising tide floats all boats, what does a sinking tide do???

    I imagine anybody who relies on imported parts is getting a little squeamish right now, modern NGO trash truck included. Where...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    Our trash truck has not arrived 2 weeks in a row, so much for public sanitation. Enacal has now said it dos not want our neighborhood wastewater system because it is not profitable.The gov and public...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    The civil war was over tariffs and taxes and an arrogant backwards Southern elite wanting to destroy the Union and use violence to that end. When John Brown attacked a federal arsenal he was promptly...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    It isn't so much about history, but about power. The traitor statues are being replaced with lefty statues. When Trump leaves office I wonder how many state flags will be replaced with African flags..
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    Re: A bit of spin

    Like Cuba, one of the fundamental problems of Nicaragua is that the left is smarter and more dedicated than the center/right.
    Onward to more victories!
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    Re: Matagalpa

    Ah, Sebaco, the land of carrots and traffic jams. If you want to cure a friend with "smiling faces syndrome" stop by the gas station in Sebaco late at night. Or the Panam in Esteli in the area near...
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    Re: Google News, August 19, 2019

    Yeah fsln signs are going up in blue and white or multicolor without the red and black or the Chumuka pink. Daniel 2021 signs are also popping up. Think positive, set goals!
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    Re: Matagalpa

    An AM/PM market opened up in Esteli where the Burgher King used to be. I was not happy to see it, I bet a dollar to a donut hole that the night time customers are mostly hookers and gang bangers.
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    Mayans had trade here, but no cities. They conquered as far as northern Salvador and Honduras. Hence, the Nicas were classed as "barbarian tribes" by the Spanish. Copan Ruinas, which is easily...
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    el Italiano restaurant, Esteli

    Decent eats, my wife likes the berenjena. On the main drag north of the iron bridge and in front of the school. It opens around noon. It is a small place but has reached critical mass so service is...
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    Re: Matagalpa

    Funny thing you should mention it, Granada is the only place I have been gratuitously insulted for walking down the street. Some young turd sitting in from of a church. I don't stop to chat with...
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    Re: Banana Blues...

    Easy, they can invent a pill to make people fat without eating!
    I'm trying to avoid soy and wheat, so no big loss, but bound to be a downside.
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    Re: Banana Blues...

    Pitayas hit too. Last year we lost most of ours to an insect that was like something out of a sci-fi movie. The day before the fruit was to open the insects would cut a hole in the tip of the bud,...
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    It's the economy, Stupid?

    One of my local hardware stores has sprouted an Airpact booth by its front door. The best plant nursery in the region has opened up a cafetin. Peddlers are more common, and the squalor of Esteli is...
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    Re: The Plot thickens, or the plot thins

    Are you talking about the sound of overhead irrigation?
    The guinnea grass farm does that already! Tobacco uses flood irrigation, but sprays like crazy and periodically has large crews of laborers....
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