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  1. 4 hours ago, liquipure said:

    Anyone know where they are serving Tomahawk steaks? I think Bruno's?

    Ajijic Tango. The portion is large enough for two big eaters or 3 smaller eaters to share. 

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  2. I am currently using Unblock-us (VPN)  which was installed on my Airport Extreme. Unblock-us is going out of business, and is in the process of moving all their accounts to StrongVPN. Unfortunately, StrongVPN does not support Airport Extreme. Does anyone know of another VPN that can be installed on my Airport Extreme? Thanks.

  3. There is a store next to the Waffle House selling empanadas, pizzas, and salads. They have a huge selection of empanadas at 30 pesos each. I tried a couple, and liked both. They're open 7 days a week. Great for takeout as the empanadas hold up well.

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  4. 3 minutes ago, crynoutloud said:

    So, are the banks in trouble? Well, tomorrow when rents in the U S are due and are not being paid it is possible that the banks will find themselves holding the bag. Most of that stuff ends up in bonds, so if the income to the bonds stops........ its's not good. How much of the financial collapse can the U S Government prop up??? They are buying ETF bond funds now and talking about buying stocks. Can the Gov. print themselves out of this mess? 

    How is this related to whether Banks and ATM's are open for business here is Ajijic? Stay on point, please.

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  5. I thought the self-quarantine period required by the Governor of Jalisco was for 5 days starting Friday, March 20, and ending today Tuesday, March 24: http://www.banderasnews.com/2003/jalisco-5-day-voluntary-quarantine.htm

    I would have assumed that starting tomorrow, Wednesday March 25, the period of self-quarantine would be over, and maids, gardeners, etc. would re-start their normal schedule. Exercising an abundance of caution, I would maintain a distance of 6 feet (2 meters) between the employee and me. 

  6. On 2/8/2020 at 7:57 AM, cricket said:

    Roberto at Satellie Electronics, phone email:robertronics77@gmail.com.   He is in San Antonio on the carreterra.  Speaks English and comes to your home.

    He works alone so if you have a wall mounted TV, you need to have someone available to help him take it off, and put it back on. He said 99% of the time, most people have small TV's which are on stands, and do not require a second person to assist him.

  7. This type of service will do well in an area where people are short on time, but want to prepare home cooked meals. This is an area where you are trying to appeal to retired folks. Your profit margin will depend on buying in bulk, and delivering pre-cleaned, pre-measured food, with all the ingredients (and directions) necessary to make the complete meal. Yes, you may get some interest from the occasional person who wants to cook an exotic meal without having to buy all the accoutrements. But is this going to lead to an ongoing subscription model necessary to run a successful business? 

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  8. 3 minutes ago, helohfe said:

    I gave them last years receipt this morning, he told me how much, I paid him and he immediately printed out my 2020 receipt and as he handed it to me he Stated come back and pick up my Decal for the windshield as they did not have them yet..I walked out with my new paper receipt...No line..but I can only imagine what it will be when I return...LOL

    What was the cost?

  9. 1 hour ago, RVGRINGO said:

    Some might ask why one would burn fossil fuel to heat the outdoors.  Even wood fireplaces and campfires are now becoming unpopular; in some places, prohibited.

    I certainly hope you're not using fossil fuel to heat your home or cook your food. Some cultures use cow dung for both. Let us know how that goes when you stop using fossil fuel.

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