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  1. #2391
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, that's clearly a very dated quote, if it was ever correct.
    An article from last year.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/...120903772.html

  2. #2390
    Quote Originally Posted by ClamSlammer  [View Original Post]
    Complete nonsense. A clerk at Oxxo makes $500 pesos in two days. No way does a soldier make $500 pesos a month.
    Yeah, that's clearly a very dated quote, if it was ever correct.

  3. #2389
    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    Another "It's about the money guys, I am Mexican / American and have lived in Mazatlan as a kid. Cartels pay in dollars, the government pays in pesos. Soldier gets a salary of 500 peso $ a month, the cartel comes by and offers $500 dollars a week. ".
    Complete nonsense. A clerk at Oxxo makes $500 pesos in two days. No way does a soldier make $500 pesos a month.

  4. #2388
    Quote Originally Posted by SenorTJ  [View Original Post]
    I've yet to see anyone using the bike lane. These used to be good free spots for late night quick runs.

    Another fine example of how a government action has constrained supply and forced up prices.

    FYI: I left my car in the parking lot with the Ross one time, had too much fun and came back a little late, around 11 pm-- it was towed at 10 pm. Cost me about $180 and over an hour waiting for the tow lot to open up.
    I wonder if a lot people use the outlet lot. If you park by 1 pm, walk around stores 30 minutes, to throw off security, then walk out the end close to border, you can go crazy in Mexico forba good 5 hours before you return. Maybe change shirts in bathroom to throw off security guys watching on camera. Ha.

  5. #2387
    Quote Originally Posted by Dogers69  [View Original Post]
    I saw that a month ago. There's parking near the hotels, motel 6, it's just side of the road, and a mile or so walk to the border. I'd leave the car window open though. A window is hundreds to replace and I've had them break two at once.
    I've yet to see anyone using the bike lane. These used to be good free spots for late night quick runs.

    Another fine example of how a government action has constrained supply and forced up prices.

    FYI: I left my car in the parking lot with the Ross one time, had too much fun and came back a little late, around 11 pm-- it was towed at 10 pm. Cost me about $180 and over an hour waiting for the tow lot to open up.

  6. #2386

    In many parts of Mexico, government ceded battle to cartels

    Associated Press MARK STEVENSON, Associated Press Sat, Oct 19 12:05 PM PDT.

    EL AGUAJE, Mexico (AP) — The Mexican city of Culiacan lived under drug cartel terror for 12 hours as gang members forced the government to free a drug lord's son, but in many parts of Mexico, the government ceded the battle to the gangs long ago. . .

    But in state after state, the Mexican government long ago relinquished effective control of whole towns, cities and regions to the drug cartels.

    "They are the law here. If you have a problem, you go to them. They solve it quickly," said a young mother in the town of El Aguaje, in western Michoacan state. El Aguaje is so completely controlled by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel that the young wife of lime-grove worker. Who would not give her name for fear of reprisals. Can't turn to police: They are too afraid to enter the town.

    In some cases, the government has even defended cartel boundaries, apparently as part of its strategy of avoiding bloodshed at all costs.

    The cartel grip in Tamaulipas was so firm by 2011 that Zetas gunmen were able to kidnap almost 200 people from passing buses and kill them even as the passengers' unclaimed luggage kept piling up at local bus stations. Nobody reported the crimes for months.

    President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who took office less than a year ago, has repeatedly urged military restraint, saying his predecessors' hardline confrontation strategy in gang-controlled areas "turned this country into a cemetery, and we don't want that anymore. ".

    Average citizens in many zones, meanwhile, can only hope the most benign cartel comes to rule in their town. The problem is that almost all of the cartels promise to respect the local population and not kidnap them or shake them down for protection money. But all of the gangs eventually break that promise.

    "It does send a very sobering signal, I think, to Mexico and arguably to Mexico's USA Partners," said Shirk. "If I were going to write the next State Department advisory for Mexico, I would dramatically increase this number and the number of advisories that I had for different parts of Mexico, because it's very clear that the federal government is ceding territory. And not just rural territory, but major cities and perhaps even entire states to drug traffickers. ".

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/many-part...160540791.html

    Commenter "Gun control laws work great in Mexico! Shining example for the USA and rest of the world!" LOL.

    Another "It's about the money guys, I am Mexican / American and have lived in Mazatlan as a kid. Cartels pay in dollars, the government pays in pesos. Soldier gets a salary of 500 peso $ a month, the cartel comes by and offers $500 dollars a week. ".

  7. #2385
    ParkWhiz.com and Border Station Parking

    The only day I have found that is a Pain to find parking is Saturday afternoon's. I still like parking at Border Station parking and before you drive down you can pay online with ParkWhiz.com or download the ParkWhiz app. The advantage is if you prepay and they and the lot is full. They will let you come in and hunt around for a space to open up compared to just sitting in line with those who didn't prepay and are just waiting for people to leave. It gives you a little advantage.

    I know the place isn't the cheapest but I still like using them.

    When you come in instead of using a credit card you just show them your paid QR code they will send you and enter your phone number into the entry box at the parking lot.

    When you leave just give the attendant your phone number and he will open gate for you.

    Goyo.

  8. #2384
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    If you think that existing parking lot owners have nothing to do with the scarcity of available parking options. I know some bookies interested in having you as a client.
    I'm sure many of the parking lot owners are happy about the shortage. But if you have any evidence that they are colluding to prevent other operators from entering the market, or, even better, driving them out, then by all means share. Maybe you could win an anti-trust suit and retire to Tijuana with your bookies.

  9. #2383
    Quote Originally Posted by SenorTJ  [View Original Post]
    Looks like all the street parking around the mall was removed-- with a bike lane in its place. Yet another parking options bites the dust.
    I saw that a month ago. There's parking near the hotels, motel 6, it's just side of the road, and a mile or so walk to the border. I'd leave the car window open though. A window is hundreds to replace and I've had them break two at once.

  10. #2382

    Even less parking now

    Looks like all the street parking around the mall was removed-- with a bike lane in its place. Yet another parking options bites the dust.

  11. #2381
    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    No, he's not. I realize this is deep but try to keep up.

    Now I may be wrong. Perhaps, as you posit, Frank is more or less singlehandedly responsible for the parking problems at the border. His avarice is to blame for all of us paying inflated parking rates. I don't know the guy, so I don't know his reasoning behind raising rates. If you do, and if he's confided these reasons to you, please share. But in the real world I don't think we have enough evidence to determine if these price increases were due to market conditions, or to Frank simply gouging customers for the hell of it.

    However, I do know that the parking situation at the border has been terrible for a long time. So long that normal market forces would have compensated, or begun to compensate, by now. When you have a situation like that you can bet your sweet ass that some gov't agency, or a bunch of attorneys, or often both, are behind it. These are the people rigging the system. I kinda thought that was obvious from my post, but I guess it went over your head.
    If you think that existing parking lot owners have nothing to do with the scarcity of available parking options. I know some bookies interested in having you as a client.

  12. #2380
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    I thought Artistype was indeed hating on the owner asshole with his system of gouging weekday parkers.

    Seems like the right place to direct his hate.

    Isn't Frank the American Cocksucker the one running the system?
    LOL.

    Love It.

    By the way guess who I ran into in the alley today ? The parking lot attendant of Border Station Parking !

    He was a really nice guy. He told me alot of customers use Groupon when they park. I will look to see.

    And yeah he thinks Frank sucks D tambien.

  13. #2379
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    I thought Artistype was indeed hating on the owner asshole with his system of gouging weekday parkers.

    Seems like the right place to direct his hate.

    Isn't Frank the American Cocksucker the one running the system?
    No, he's not. I realize this is deep but try to keep up.

    Now I may be wrong. Perhaps, as you posit, Frank is more or less singlehandedly responsible for the parking problems at the border. His avarice is to blame for all of us paying inflated parking rates. I don't know the guy, so I don't know his reasoning behind raising rates. If you do, and if he's confided these reasons to you, please share. But in the real world I don't think we have enough evidence to determine if these price increases were due to market conditions, or to Frank simply gouging customers for the hell of it.

    However, I do know that the parking situation at the border has been terrible for a long time. So long that normal market forces would have compensated, or begun to compensate, by now. When you have a situation like that you can bet your sweet ass that some gov't agency, or a bunch of attorneys, or often both, are behind it. These are the people rigging the system. I kinda thought that was obvious from my post, but I guess it went over your head.

    For whatever reason the supply of parking at the border has been artificially limited. Frank may be the one responsible for it, although I seriously doubt it. If he is, then he deserves all of your invective. But I suspect that he is merely an easy scapegoat for a much larger problem. Blaming capitalism for price increases due to the government limiting the supply of a product / service is like blaming the fire department for fires started by arsonists.

  14. #2378

    Flix Bus LA Downtown to SD Downtown

    DTLA to DTSD to SY Border.

    Flix Bus. SD Trolley.

    Starting at $4.95 + 2.00 + optional seat assignment $1.49 +trolley fare.

    3 to 3.25 hrs travel time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sound7  [View Original Post]
    Mega Bus. $1. 0 ride Union Station to San Yasidro. First three seats booking. Service unavailable now.

    Flix bus
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  15. #2377
    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    In other words, don't hate the system, hate the assholes running (read rigging) the system.
    I thought Artistype was indeed hating on the owner asshole with his system of gouging weekday parkers.

    Seems like the right place to direct his hate.

    Isn't Frank the American Cocksucker the one running the system?

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