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  1. Re: Well,, Well,, Well . . . . Hydroxychloroquine

    Good point,, plenty of heat and bugs,, I've been there. But now her husband has it. And her mother is showing symptoms. Bismark is getting hit harder,, Belkis has mostly recovered,, ...
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    Re: Vaccines and herd immunity

    La Prensa had an article about a Russian vaccine rolling out on Aug 17. Even if they start inoculating people by end of August it will put enormous pressure on the US.

    We've poured billions into...
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    Subdivisions R Us

    Realizing that I would never use my 40 acres, mas o menos, I sold off a nice 2.5 Mz piece to a Gringo with a Nicaraguan wife who wants the simple country life. Flat and very fertile,, with...
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    Re: Trees for harvest

    CR had a deal ten years ago,, one way to get a residency was to invest $50K in a teak planting.
    I looked into it. They would also accept a $50K certificate of deposit in a CR bank,, that...
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    Re: The Plot thickens, or the plot thins

    Mind you I think Jan/Feb visit possibility is still 50/50, thinking Nicaragua may be a limited travel destination out to Semana Santa next year.


    You don't think that...
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    Re: Vaccines and herd immunity

    CR WAS automatically extending visas and car permits,,, I believe the latest extension is through September. We have a Migración office in Estelí. Nasty people.

    The vaccine gets...
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    Re: Vaccines and herd immunity

    If the vaccine becomes readily available, then proof of the inoculation might be all that is necessary,, like for yellow fever.

    Hard to say about rebound. It will depend on whether Trump is...
  8. Re: Well,, Well,, Well . . . . Hydroxychloroquine

    Another friend infected,, in Condega. Headache and intense muscle pain. Her mother has it too,, so kids undoubtedly were infected as well,, although not showing symptoms.

    She says, "I'm...
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    Re: The Plot thickens, or the plot thins

    " . . I told him I planted this stuff for 20 years and that was BS - I could plant all 9 in 2 hours and he was getting a real sweat deal - Also told him to take the job and do it or Daniel will...
  10. Re: Well,, Well,, Well . . . . Hydroxychloroquine

    Most of that is just CYA,, more important than efficacy in the US. If they list a symptom,, they hope you won't sue, and if you do,, they tell the jury,,,, "Well, we warned him that might...
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    Monkeys Are Going To Be OK

    https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/934926?src=mkm_covid_update_200730_mscpedit_&uac=122026BV&impID=2484029&faf=1


    But at least the monkeys are getting the vaccine. They must be considered...
  12. Re: Well,, Well,, Well . . . . Hydroxychloroquine

    A lot of people have been taking hydroxy, around the world, >>> and other than that fish tank couple in Arizona, I'm not hearing of the devastating side effects that CNN is warning about.
    ...
  13. Re: Well,, Well,, Well . . . . Hydroxychloroquine

    Deleted Hydroxychloroquine Video:



    https://www.foxnews.com/science/controversial-hydroxychloroquine-research-under-scrutiny-experts-raise-serious-scientific-questions


    If Trump is proved...
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    Re: Manuel Guillén's cartoons 2020

    Nicaragua is now charging for yellow fever vaccinations.
    It's nothing like what you would pay in this country,, but it's a change in policy that is interesting.
  15. Re: Well,, Well,, Well . . . . Hydroxychloroquine

    If I were a conspiracy theorist I would say that someone out there does not want this pandemic stopped,, for whatever reason.


    Poor guy is going to be canceled,, lose his job, and BLM will...
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    Re: YouTube of the day

    The world was full of Catch 22 in those days. It was the height of the Cold War, Berlin was still isolated from the rest of East Germany. The Warsaw Pact was constantly in maneuvers along the...
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    Re: YouTube of the day

    Elvis was there three years earlier, and we inhabited different worlds. Maneuver was not in my vocabulary. Checking the dates, I came across the Stars and Stripes online. This paper...
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    Re: YouTube of the day

    An amazing plane.

    I wonder how many are still flying ?

    OK,, answer: 300

    I used to hitch a fly on the C-47's that flew around Europe when I was in Germany in the early 60's. Frankfurt...
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    Re: Google News, July 27, 2020

    Is that a rhetorical question,, or do you want a real answer ?
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    Re: Google News, July 27, 2020

    https://www.wsaw.com/2020/07/26/wisconsin-donation-makes-its-way-to-nicaragua/


    Someone is flying to Nicaragua :)
  21. Re: WindShield Wiper Blades and the Informal Economy

    Tricos are still out there.

    I was buying blades in O'Reilly's day before yesterday, buying blades for Shelley's Buick, change mine, had to change hers. At least I've learned something over...
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    Re: Ortega had/ has Kung Fu Flu???

    Like everything else in Nicaragua,, the virus takes some odd turns.

    Krisnia now insists that she DID NOT have the virus, We both know that she did, a light case for a few days, and she took...
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    Re: Google News, July 24, 2020

    " . . 2020 is a landmark year. . ."


    Truer words were never spoken.

    We area at a crossroads unlike any other in our past.

    Perhaps not since the Civil War has the country been so divided....
  24. Re: Flying Out, and Flying Into Nicaragua

    I wanna go home, I wanna go home,,
  25. WindShield Wiper Blades and the Informal Economy

    Urban Nicaraguans have an entrepreneurial streak. They have to,, steady jobs are scarce in the best of times, and there have been a lot of sketchy times over the last few decades.

    Anyone who...
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