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  1. Dubstep /ˈdʌbstɛp/ is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in South London, England. It emerged in the late 1990s as a development within a lineage of related styles such as 2-step garage, broken beat, drum and bass, jungle, dub and reggae.[1] In the UK the origins of the genre can be traced back to the growth of the Jamaican sound system party scene in the early 1980s.[1][2] The music generally features syncopated drum and percussion patterns with bass lines that contain prominent sub bass frequencies.
  2. I would like to know where to buy the tint I am thinking of putting it on some windows in the house to relect sunlight and keep it cooler inside.
  3. I am sure that if the locals, both Mexican and expats put up a constant and well directed fight they will get fed up fighting and move on. Fighting the public will cost them money and time. There is six months to organize and strategize about how to stop this from ruining the area. If they are harassed or stopped at every turn they make surely they will go elsewhere. Definitely make this the main election issue and put the politicians on the hotseat over this. This will change the area forever and likely lead to further development that is not wanted.
  4. If this goes through I am one local businessman that will be heading to another location, I am sure I wont be the only one. This will bring thousands of people to the area, that is not why I came here.
  5. Can anyone recommend an agent locally that has commercial real estate experience or specializes in it.
  6. The Tapatios are here for Saturday nights only and the rest of the week is dead. Look at the restaurants they all stay in business solely because of the Sunday business they get from Guad. Most people from north are here for months or longer and not looking to spend that amount of time in a hotel. I dont see a large luxury hotel succeeding here.
  7. Fill the tank all the way to elliminate room for condensation and add methol hydrate that is what fuel stabilizer is with some die to color it.
  8. I had an off grid system years ago in Canada, and now live here with a system hooked to the grid, supplied by E-Sun . The main differences I see between being connected to the grid or your own battery bank are: with the battery bank you really do have a limited amount of power. When it is used up there is no getting more unless the sun shines for some time or you run a generator to charge your batteries up again. We would watch our usage far more closely with a battery system then we do now. With being on the grid you can always pull power from it when needed and replace it when the sun shines(basically use it as a large battery). If you stay within the batteries storage capacity it is the most dependable power supply you can have, you never have power outages. Many a winter night we were the only people in the community with lights on after a storm. On a battery system you are your own power company, the only repairs or outages you incur are caused by you. Being hooked to the grid I still have to deal with CFE when there are problems with the line coming into the house. I recently spent about two months dealing with CFE ,putting up with daily outages for quite awhile until they finally found the problem and took care of it. I was able to witness the quality or more precisely lack of quality of the repairs they did during that time and it is far lower then I would want to have on any system I owned. If you get a system that is hooked to the grid, the grid will be the weakest link in the power supply.
  9. Your first decision is whether you want it to be gas or electric powered. If you buy electric it should come with it's own charger and if it is original it likely will require 220 volt receptical to plug into. Battery replacement is the biggest expense with these so if the batteries check out good there probably wont be any other mechanical concerns. If gas see what brand of engine it has and determine if it is something that parts and service are available for locally. All brands have the same basic body and seating, most also use the same clutch and drive belts (as snowmobiles) which require occasional replacement, so check they are available. Check the tires are suitable for road use and not for use on turf. Most popular brands I know of are Harley Davidson, Club Car, Yamaha Have fun !!
  10. Avoid: mordida, traffic tickets, licensing, operators licensing, vehicle repairs and upkeep, vehicle insurance, concern over police harassment, simplify your lives - RIDE THE BUS - get driven around in a quarter million dollar vehicle to where ever you need to go, enjoy the sights on the way, be entertained and meet strangers - all on the bus
  11. I have a small hotel in Chapala, and from experience I can tell you that our occupancy does not increase at this time of the year.
  12. I had to get a second test done to verify the results from the lab on Morelos in Chapala. Sure enough the new test results from a different lab were different. I went to the CARE lab in Riberas. It was explained to me that they were one of only three in the area that was certified and inspected by state health officials. I also went to their clinic in Guad for a CT scan and it was a very impressive facility.
  13. "elpequenohotel.com" we have a room for Wed and Thursday nights.
  14. I had prescriptions mailed by regular mail to me here in Mx. from an international supply house, I believe this particular one was in England. No problems but took about two months.
  15. You can also get there very easily by bus.
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