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  1. It is always a good idea to keep your number in your contact list. If all you need is more minutes, you can get that in many different types of stores even in some beer/liquor stores. For simple basic Spanish just say necesito más saldo de Telcel. Cien pesos (100) or dos cientos (200) or tres cientos (300) and then show them your number you have saved in your contacts, and bingo, you now have more minutes on your phone. In Chapala the places to buy minutes are everywhere.
  2. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/2/25/israel-freezes-plan-to-send-vaccines-to-foreign-allies
  3. Wasn't there a place in Joco that sold older recycled tiles where you could pick out a few that matched instead of having to buy an entire box?
  4. Mudgirl, i made no reference to the article you posted and no, it did not go over my head. I was just talking about the countless number of doctors and scientists around the world whom for just having a different take on Covid or whom had different opinions on how to deal with this pandemic have mostly been ridiculed and ostracized from the scientific community just for having a different opinion. Of course I believe in and follow science but I also understand that science is always changing. So what they call facts one day might not be facts tomorrow. Another example is yesterday I was re
  5. Mudgirl you do understand that science is not nor has it ever been based on reality or on any set of hard unprovable facts. Science is just our current understanding of things at any given time or place. Of course science should be studied, followed, scrutinized, and respected. In the real reality science is not always right. Science is constantly changing on a daily basis. Not very long ago science taught that when a person was sick it was necessary to bleed the patient to release the toxins that were maligning him or her. Not long ago US scientists claimed the wearing of face masks was
  6. The card goes in your wallet to show in case of if you get stopped. The stickers have been discontinued.
  7. Today in Chapala restrictions are still on, hopefully tomorrow they will be all lifted.
  8. Lockdowns should end Friday night. That means Saturday morning everything should back open and running again. El Semanario de Chapala claims that the Mass will be open for parishioners to attend starting Saturday. It only mentioned the churches, but if the churches are opening up I guess that means everything else too. God willing!
  9. Guadalajara pharmacies usually can print stuff from a thumb drive.
  10. I disagree and I think most Mexicans that use it are only saying dude not dumbass. It is a very innocent term to basically say dude. They have far better words for dumbass and a-hole in Mexican Spanish.
  11. It is mostly used as dude, they have better words for dumbass. The term is so commonly heard and used, just walking down Madero from Coppell to the plaza you may easily hear it said 10 or 15 times by people walking past. There was no malintent. It is just an extremely common expression used by the younger guys of Mexico to mean dude. Since you live in Chapala, try listening to the guys on the street speaking Spanish, you will hear it said all the time with zero malintent.
  12. Mudgirl, many people believe the word güey or wey comes from the word büey. Allow Sr. Google to do his thing. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Güey
  13. Mudgirl we are all family on this forum.
  14. Talking about being in a bubble, how is the word güey even remotely insulting, sure it means castrated bull, but nobody here uses it like that, in Mexico it is used on a daily basis to just and only mean dude, pronounced "way" as in no mames güey. Seriously, what did you think I called you?
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