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  1. What is the cost of installation to your home? Is there a monthly charge?
  2. The big flat screen TV that was in our house when we bought it five years ago has finally crapped out. It is probably at least 10 years old. We want to replace it with a new one but are somewhat baffled at our choices. The selection at Walmart (we don't want to drive to Guad), primarily included the LG and Samsung brands. We want something fairly simple that we can hook up to our Shaw cable and to our DVD player. What we found seemed to be much more complex than that, with all sorts of complicated options that we'll probably never use. Also, with our old TV we could control the on/off, c
  3. What you say is correct. However the original poster says the employees were the ones not wearing masks. This has nothing to do with being uncomfortable with confrontation. It has to do with lax management and employees who don't give a rip who they infect--and infections are increasing rapidly in Jalisco.
  4. It probably would. However, that is not the only statistic to watch. Hospitalization utilization and deaths from covid-19 are probably a better indicator of what is going on than reported infections, given the disparity in testing.
  5. Sweden's death total, as of Sept. 22, 2020 is way higher than its neighbors Denmark, Finland, and Norway. It is true that Sweden, with a population of just over 10 million is larger than its neighbors. The other three each have populations of about 5.5 million. So Sweden is about twice as large as each of them. However, Sweden's death total is 5,876 as of Sept. 22. That is 9.3 times as many deaths as Denmark (643 dead), 17.13 times as many as Finland (343 dead) and a whopping 22 times as many as Norway (267). I would call Sweden's record a pretty miserable one, compared to its neighbors.
  6. We have lived in Ajijic for almost 14 years. For the first 10 years or so, we depended upon ATMs to access our money in our NOB account. Ultimately, we found that having a Mexican bank account gave us better access to the pesos we needed. This was particularly so after we bought a house that needed occasional repairs and when we needed substantial sums to buy a car, pay medical bills, etc. Many times, the amounts needed were greater than you could get from an ATM, unless you went back repeatedly over a period of time. Over those first 10 years exclusively using ATMs, we did encounter a n
  7. We just got an email from MultiVa that we can no longer deposit a US check in our savings account unless we shift 25% of our money into an investment account. Has anyone else gotten a communication like this from MulitVa? Are any other local banks/investment houses putting out similar communications?
  8. I have used Sammy Reyes (333-4820167; 331-289-5209) for more than a decade to take my wife and I to the airport, often at very early hours. He is absolutely reliable and usually shows up earlier than the appointment. Charge from Ajijic to the Airport is $450 pesos (not including tip). I usually give him at least $20 pesos/piece of luggage. He has several vehicles of various sizes. Make sure you mention how much luggage you have.
  9. I talked to Polo this morning. He will be returning to the LCS on Monday, Sept. 28 with appointments starting at 11 AM. By the way, Mainecoons, are you sure the problem is with the hearing aid itself or just the little rubber earpiece? When the earpiece collects too much earwax, it can make the hearing aid inaudible. You can soak the detachable earpiece in hydrogen peroxide and that will sometimes clear up the problem. Otherwise you need a new earpiece. It's best to get a couple of sets so you have spares when Polo is not in town.
  10. It is not only NOT a scam, it is part of the South Dakota state law to allow people from out of state to get SD vehicle titles, registration, and auto plates: 32-5-4.1. Nonresident registration application--Issuance of nonnegotiable interstate title--Purpose and duration--Violation as misdemeanor. Any person who is an owner of a motor vehicle, motorcycle, truck tractor, road tractor, trailer, semitrailer, or recreational vehicle or trailer, who is required to apply for registration under chapter 32-3, 32-5, 32-5B, 32-9, or 32-10, and whose legal residence or chief place of business i
  11. Gee, that makes me wonder if any of that showed up in his paintings...
  12. I was making a small joke there. Obviously unsuccessfully.
  13. Maybe they're getting a head start on fiesta season?
  14. I have to say, Mijo, yours is the most succinct post I have ever seen. There ought to be some sort of award for this.
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