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  1. He's trying to upsell you. How disingenuous. The actual offer is this: no installation fee if you sign up for 18 months; $329 (or close to it) if you start monthly. Unless they suddenly changed their plan, which I kinda doubt. NOTE that the people at the Walmart door get bored and quit every week or so. There is also a number on the pamphlet they provide so you don't have to deal with a commissioned salesperson.
  2. Since the page clearly says it is limited to Guadalajara, then I won't worry. And since I've never heard of an out-of-area license being sited, you shouldn't worry.
  3. I'm not selfish. I am aware of my surroundings. I will wear a mask. It's so easy. For some it seems so burdensome. That's entitlement.
  4. Don't forget the taxi from the bus station to the bridge.
  5. I don't know what "prrog" means, but two people on this very thread report getting AstraZeneca and were obviously there.
  6. Hilarious that the responses to that query show so much egomania, solipsism, and narcissim. Social media will be the death of integrity.
  7. The only ones who don't see this obvious solution appear to be those in charge. Knowing that the changes were made by officials who did not even come here to overview the situation makes that more understandable. Not acceptable, but understandable.
  8. Especially their new smoked fish. (Too soon?)
  9. Same story every year, of course. So many new head priests since I moved here, it's amazing. Didn't know they could churn them out so quickly.
  10. "The Feast day of San Antonio is celebrated on June 13, the date of his death in 1231. In Mexico there are more than 60 communities hosting 9-day fiestas to honor San Antonio each June. At Lake Chapala, local legend ensures that the annual rains will surely begin by the Day of San Antonio, June 13." https://www.mexconnect.com/articles/1425-saint-anthony-and-john-the-baptist-june-festivals-at-lake-chapala/ I for one cherish the Mexican ability to party down and chill out frequently. Sure, the noise is annoying. But the celebrations started long before any expats arrived here and will continue long after we're dead and gone, and this is just common sense to everyone. So it puzzles me why every celebration every year causes so much whinging. If only my own countrymen north of the border knew how to enjoy life like they do here.
  11. I have history. If this is your explanation, then I'm afraid it didn't help.
  12. Then I am unclear. You did say: "But is providing low rent housing to foreigners doing them any favors?" Is that not referencing an origin? This is also the first time I have heard anyone say that this is some type of community problem. I would like to understand.
  13. There is someone else there in his place.
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