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    Re: Thoughts on the current Pandemic

    Saturday saw one of those inflatable gorillas with a young girl, with mask mind you, and an arrow out of the street saying "Covid Vaccine Here", and free on the other side. Don't know about the rest...
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    Re: Up-to-date travel info

    In the good old days, not so long ago, before Continental joined up with United I was able to buy these odd tickets out of MGA back to one of the 3 airports in the RGV for less than $200. I would go...
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    Re: 2021 - Fresh crap...

    That looks fairly accurate from what I remember. I wanna say we made it from McAllen to Chetumal in about 23 hours driving time. McAllen to right at the GUA border was, I think it is El Ceibo, was...
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    Re: 2021 - Fresh crap...

    Pirate is much more up to date on things all the way through than I am. He offers lots of good advice. It has been years since I ran from from Brownsville to Guatemala. I have bused it from GUA...
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    Re: Google News, March 29, 2021

    I got the email alert on that today as well. Supposedly due to not being able to get raw materials is what they claim. It was ironic as 10 minutes after I saw that blurb, our box supplier in Mex...
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    Re: Interesting Business Model

    All really depends where and for what. If managed correctly, and that is GD rub and the GD PIA, Mexican labor is about the same or less than Central America. Just takes a lot more effort. In the...
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    Re: What really drives CA immigration?

    The conundrum about economies in LatAm is that as the economy gets shittier the value of real estate will go up. Why? Cords/Pesos/Limps/Etc. possibly losing value and many of them chasing the same...
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    Re: What really drives CA immigration?

    Big, juicy, hormone laced leg quarters were $0.29 a pound last week on sale at HEB in South Texas in 10 pound bag. This week $0.39 cents.

    I always found chicken and pork more expensive in...
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    Re: What really drives CA immigration?

    I have worked for in LatAm for 29 years, the bulk of the time has been Nicaragua and Mexico, but with stints in El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti, Guatemala, the DR, and even CR back in the day. Factor...
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    Re: What really drives CA immigration?

    I would really be surprised if it were that few. When you drive a 42 mile stretch of road that runs along the river like I do every day right now and see several groups of 20+ walking down the road...
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    Re: Thoughts on the current Pandemic

    All of us have anecdotes and experiences about the virus, these vary from the sublime to the horrific. Just last night the most successful taco stand owner in Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico died of...
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    Re: Thoughts on the current Pandemic

    I can't quite tell by the posts on here who is in favor of what and or defending what position regarding these lock downs. I guess it is that fine Aggie education on display.

    My opinion is...
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    Re: Well....not exactly Nicaragua.....

    The fucking windmills kicked our ass. This cold shit is for the birds, dead frozen birds. I was a wild ass teen in the big one, 83', and there was a hiccup for power or anything else back then. ...
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    Re: Are we there yet?

    Absolutely agree. One thing the old guerillas know is that revolucion es caro, and if they can keep folks in country hand to mouthing it and external money out of the country, unless it come through...
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    Re: Are we there yet?

    Christmas just falls in the way. They are going to use this Covid testing deal, that has to be submitted to them ahead of time, to run names on a list and if you are on the shit list you ain't going...
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    Re: Are we there yet?

    Tried to reply a day or so ago, but the website ate my post. Holy shit, trying to navigate the Nica requirements out of Mexico is MF'ing pain in the ass. I am trying to get a Nica home for a month...
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    Re: S#!t people from SJDS say....

    No way is he from Texas......
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    Re: South of the Border......

    Lotta folks don't understand the border, Fucking Trump sure doesn't. Although his threat to levy tariffs on the Mexicans for the caravan passage was unadulterated brilliance.

    In our area there...
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    Re: South of the Border......

    F'ing A boss, tell me about it. Impacts me on a daily basis. Got hammered last friday, had to wait about 2 hours at a small crossing. This is just a punitive measure because somebody has the...
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    Re: Flying Out, and Flying Into Nicaragua

    I think you are absolutely right. The cost of having the airport open for a few regular airline flights is probably a lot more expensive than having it open to on demand charter flights. The other...
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    Re: Charter Flghts

    Some folks are going to pay up and go through with it, but a significant majority are going to say "No, hell no". The next impending mess that will impact travel to places like CR/DR and resorts...
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    Re: Vaccines and herd immunity

    Testing is a part of the issue with this mess, for sure. What part I am not sure, but the lack of equal procedures and standardization, not to mention consistency, is a GD mess creating deal for...
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    Re: Vaccines and herd immunity

    You can for sure get a piece of paper saying that you tested negative in Mexico, for the right price, but an actual test in 72 hours? Nope, not unless you are very well connected with some very good...
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    Re: Well,, Well,, Well . . . . Hydroxychloroquine

    No shit, that is the gospel truth. You see some of these TV adds and they have a 30 second ending that goes like this "Please note that XXX can and will cause your penis to turn purple and fall off...
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    Re: Google News, July 30, 2020

    Just an FYI, I wanna say that picture was from like 2010 or earlier. It was a big scandal and the Chinese dude got arrested and I think possibly extradited from like Maryland. He was able to tie...
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