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    Re: Old Dichos Never Die

    Hahaha, you got me to do some digging on the interwebs. In all my jostled and misspent gallivanting around LatAm I have never heard a smelter called a fundillo. Sure as shit, right as rain, that is...
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    Re: Old Dichos Never Die

    That is for sure my favorite Spanish saying. I love it, it is so GD true.

    Not so much a saying, but the same woman, she is older and the mother of one of my former employees in Managua, who...
  3. Thread: In Memory

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    Re: In Memory

    One of my introductions to Nicaragua was in 2006 or so, I helped a sewing plant that was opening back then by getting them like 100 sticks of Flex Power Feed rail, this is a four pole electrical deal...
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving Cincinnatti

    C'mon fellas, the origin of the saying is founded in good fact. "like a chicken with it's head cut off". I seenct it one time and that was enough for city boy me, I will take mine via KFC or...
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving Cincinnatti

    Correct, most Central American's call Turkey's on the hoof, Chompipes and if it is butchered ready to eat it is Pavo. Part of Guatemala and Mexico call them Guajolotes and then Pavo for eating. ...
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving Cincinnatti

    I didn't cheat and watch the video yet, but what is the famous line "as God is my witness, I thought Turkey's could fly". Man, I loved WKRP, loved it.
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    Re: Cheese - I am gob smacked

    Good for you boss, that is a really cool deal. I love it man, great service provided.

    The only thing I would caution you on, based on experience, is if you are ever questioned in Canada about...
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    Re: Google News, November 22, 2019

    As Kevin said, he has to take care of his brood and they are all scrambling as of late to get out of the shadows. Also as Kevin said it is going to cost him and his a lot of money for him to leave. ...
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    Re: Google News, November 22, 2019

    Kevin, I rarely if ever disagree with you on stuff Nicaraguan, but POS would not win a fair election if he ran. But I do on the election bit. One of the draw backs of the last 20-30 years for the...
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    Re: Little Caesars Pizza

    Speaking of Nicaraguan Pizza, when I first started frequenting Nicaragua I would foot the gringo tax bill of having to pay for a lot of eat outs for coworkers and such. Whenever I would ask or was...
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    Re: Little Caesars Pizza

    Funnily enough I was told by a very good friend of mine down there that indeed the Food Courts were a great way to judge the state of things. He said that if the food courts were totally empty is a...
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    Re: Managua's airport

    I check MGA hotels and am still on some email blast lists about hotels specials and such. I have seen the BW advertised at $58 a night a few times, on the weekends. I have also seen the CR pop up...
  13. Thread: Cool MGA Finds

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    Re: Cool MGA Finds

    I used to eat there when I could, I enjoyed their lunches. Holy shit, it is $115 cords there now? That is what jumped out at me, I wanna say in May of 2018 I ate there and it was like $80 cords or...
  14. Thread: WTF

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    Re: WTF

    The true origin, and the basis of almost all that ails LatAm, is that the forms of government have their basis in the Spanish Economienda system. This was a "patronal" system that basically allowed...
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    Re: Doniston: The Last Post

    Papantla and that area is really pretty cool. I haven't been through it in a coon's age, but I will again soon I hope. That section of Mexico is usually about 10 years behind in technology and...
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    Re: Doniston: The Last Post

    I haven't driven south down to the southern Mexican borders in about 10 years, give or take. The east coast route used to be easy cheesy, but the roads from Matamoros or Reynosa up until Tampico...
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    Re: Doniston: The Last Post

    Man, it is too bad he didn't get back on here, you crotchety SOB's scared that old bastard off, and let us know what part of Texas he got to. Says he got to the Mexican border, most people headed...
  18. Thread: Anniversary

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    Re: Anniversary

    La Costena has gotten progressively worse in my opinion, although circa 2010 they were actually a pretty friendly airline to deal with. I have to lay some background to this little deal. I had a...
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    Re: Manuel Guillén's cartoons 2019

    That is a really apt and apropos cartoon. The play on "Pena" and "Disena" is so true. In all the commotion and mess the Government of Nicaragua is going to blow funds on clothing design? For a...
  20. Thread: A bit of spin

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    Re: A bit of spin

    I would bet that he has been co-opted, that is the principal manner/method of ensuring hegemony in Nicaragua. The FSLN have become the masters at it. Basically what is being seen in Nicaragua is...
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    Re: Partnership Offer

    I always used one of my expired Texas licenses with an added BS barcode sticker on the back as the DL I handed to transito when they stopped me. Then I did the whole "no Jablo Espanolo" deal in an...
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    Re: A bit of spin

    Even the Warsaw Ghetto and the folks at Stalingrad and Leningrad were able to hang on long past what their opponents thought they could. I think it is probably the same deal in Nicaragua. I bet...
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    Re: Google News, September 27, 2019

    Honestly I don't think any serious violence occurs. The moneyed oligarchs in Nicaragua are not even "macho" anymore and they have no history now for 40 or 50 years of being fighters. It is honestly...
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    Re: Google News, September 27, 2019

    One of the guys I know used to bang Chayo, he was saying that about 3 generations of his family were banging her at one time. Talk about a sperm burping road whore, she is one. She has seen more...
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    Re: Google News, September 27, 2019

    I am good friends with the Chamorro's who basically sold the paper to the BanPro people in 2011. BanPro has deep FSLN ties and was the last minute purchaser when the END was about to fail in 2011. ...
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