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LifeNo5

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  1. Geez, chill out guys!!! Everyone is entitled to an opinion. You may not agree, but it is not being forced upon you. We are all in this together. Wait until the militia arrives and then get excited.
  2. I probably am not taking this as seriously as I should, but I want to live out the rest of my life without hiding under the bed. I prefer to take whatever precautions are available and necessary, and still do what makes life worth living. What does this mean? Not sure as everything is still in the "adaptive" phase. I just know I am not sitting in my chair wringing my hands. At my age I will continue to move forward and enjoy my life as much as possible without endangering others. (Just my three cents worth.)
  3. And to add another question to above post, having gleaned knowledge from all existing cases, can they make some kind of medical treatment, i.e. shot or drug, that helps mitigate the symptoms and overall severity of the disease?
  4. My question would be what happens if a vehicle breaks down in traffic? Now there is nowhere for it to go but bring everything to a standstill. 😧
  5. The statistics are very interesting. If we assume everything about the Hong Kong flu is similar to what we have today, perhaps we are erring on the side of caution. I am sure this will be discussed both ways ad nauseum. Just my opinion, and I did survive the Hong Kong flu.
  6. It seems that it is like this every day -- out until about 5;00pm. I guess I can live with that as long as it comes on each day. Still it seems like it should be available all day, every day. However, access in the evening is better than NO access. IMHO The internet is a mystery -- like so many other things in Mexico.
  7. Well, I gave myself my first serious hair cut yesterday. Now the dog doesn't even recognize me. But on the plus side, it feels better and maybe I will adopt a new personality to g with it. lol
  8. I used to get mine at the Ajijic tianguis where they sell thread, etc. However, in light of current events, the tianguis may not be open. Perhaps a store that sells yardage, thread and such. Sorry - not much help under current conditions.
  9. Our tax preparer in US has just retired. I am desperately seeking someone to do our US Federal taxes. Believe I have all the necessary info as well as copies of past returns. Can anyone recommend someone qualified to do this for us. Would have liked more time to work this out, but life happens. Thanks for any advice.
  10. LifeNo5

    Mama's

    Gracias Slainte39, you are correct. Old age is hell!!
  11. LifeNo5

    Mama's

    There are two Mama's. Each is run by one of Elise's sons. The one across from Superlake is mostly a pool-playing environment or a place for a quiet drink, run by Amari. Mama's Musical Bar is above a hardware store on the north side of the main road in San Antonio is run by Elise's other son (Johnny). They have karaoke there but not sure which days.
  12. I had mine done at Dermika, second time in eight years. They do fade a bit. However, I have always been happy. The basic shape is tattooed on and I finish them with my own pencils. Much easier for me as I don't see well.
  13. Why are all the town bakeries so hard to find? Ajijic - up an unmarked walk, through a flour-coated tunnel. San Antonio - unmarked, follow your nose to the open brown door, etc. 😋
  14. LifeNo5

    Mr Michi

    Where is this located, por favor.
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