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  1. #458
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    I never knew there was a standard price of $400 for 24 hours with a club girl.

    Last time I looked at the chica price board in HK bar for that service, it just stated "Market Price".
    The price board I saw on the bar said: 200 pesos per pound.

  2. #457
    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    You wrote "anyone going to mexico now likely will not be given the option for the free pass that goes from 1 hour up till 7 days. " That is not your experience. That is speculation. Given your utter lack of credibility here based on your countless wild fables, it's not even helpful speculation. Instead, it continues your endless narrative of "the sky is falling" BS. Whether it's being beaten in broad daylight by a well dressed group of men and women, being chased out of the oh so dangerous El Copeo, your lifelong experience of being cursed out by "drunk girls in bars", being harassed by a mechanic at the border, just too many bad experiences to even count. If even half of them were true, most logical people would know when to say when. You seem to have an affinity for NYC or Florida. Why not just cut your losses and stick to more successful hunting grounds?
    Very sensitive to anything negative to Tijuana are we? You must be from Tijuana and take it personal. Sucks for you. What do you do have files on all posters, where there from, everything they write? You can keep posting about all my stories are fake news but it doesn't make it fake news. But I guess if you keep saying it half the people will believe you. If ten guys cross the border and 6 have to pay a 30 dollar fee, that makes it likely they have to pay. There's a lot people online writing they had to pay it. But keep protecting Mexico's scams since you take it personally. It also explains your lack or reading comprehension. Translator apps don't work perfectly.

  3. #456
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Jinxx.

    You were playing with fire and you were lucky Maduro did not arrest and hold you for a hostage. They have intelligence dossiers on all suspects and must know you are just a horny monger.

    Tyrants are very sensitive and they hate foreigners who may cooperate with, guide or aide indigenous people to resist them. It's not fair and not good to assist local people in their political affairs. They have to struggle with their own will, strengths and courage for any changes to be legitimate and last.

    It's not good to travel to or even transit rogue countries, Iran, China, Russia, Cuba, North Korea etc. They may grab and hold you a few years waiting for exchange with their spies. Just stay clear away from them and watch them destroy themselves.
    Did you see recent reports some IDIOT gringos went down there to try to pull a mercenary commando mission to try to overthrow the Maduro regime? If things weren't already bad enough for gringos traveling to Venezuela that just made matters even worse. It may be a while before I try to do Caracas again, but I could see my self visiting San Cristóbal de Táchira near the Colombian border. It's much easier to slip into Venezuela on foot rather than have your name on a flight manifest records where you can be tracked.

  4. #455
    Quote Originally Posted by Jinxx  [View Original Post]
    In all of the Zona Norte bars and hotels are hot horny chicas who will spend a few nights with you. Standard price for a club girl is $400 usd for 24 hours. If she likes you maybe cost less than 400. If she's super hot and is in high demand you might pay more.
    I never knew there was a standard price of $400 for 24 hours with a club girl.

    Last time I looked at the chica price board in HK bar for that service, it just stated "Market Price".

  5. #454
    Quote Originally Posted by Meddie  [View Original Post]
    Where to meet girls that'll stay a few nights with you.
    In all of the Zona Norte bars and hotels are hot horny chicas who will spend a few nights with you. Standard price for a club girl is $400 usd for 24 hours. If she likes you maybe cost less than 400. If she's super hot and is in high demand you might pay more.

  6. #453
    Quote Originally Posted by Dogers69  [View Original Post]
    My info is first hand experience plus others reports. Maybe you are using a translator and not understanding what I write. Nobody cares that you "claim" to get into mexico without being forced to buy a 30 dollar pass, if many of the rest of us are.
    You wrote "anyone going to mexico now likely will not be given the option for the free pass that goes from 1 hour up till 7 days. " That is not your experience. That is speculation. Given your utter lack of credibility here based on your countless wild fables, it's not even helpful speculation. Instead, it continues your endless narrative of "the sky is falling" BS. Whether it's being beaten in broad daylight by a well dressed group of men and women, being chased out of the oh so dangerous El Copeo, your lifelong experience of being cursed out by "drunk girls in bars", being harassed by a mechanic at the border, just too many bad experiences to even count. If even half of them were true, most logical people would know when to say when. You seem to have an affinity for NYC or Florida. Why not just cut your losses and stick to more successful hunting grounds?

  7. #452
    Quote Originally Posted by DickusMaximus  [View Original Post]
    I own both real estate and businesses in Mexico. I know what I'm talking about.
    You don't know shit. You have yet to write a shred a evidence supporting the fact that real estate in Mexico can be duly transferred within a week. So you actually believe that Dodgers knows multiple seniors that were threatened, listed their home for sale, sold, closed, and paid the extorters all in within a week? LOL. No one could be that stupid, except maybe someone that is stupid enough to come down to Tijuana with a sack of shit regalos to appease crack putas, which only results in getting laughed at as soon as his back is turned.

  8. #451

    Gfe

    Where to meet girls that'll stay a few nights with you.

  9. #450

    Great Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Jinxx.

    You were playing with fire and you were lucky Maduro did not arrest and hold you for a hostage. They have intelligence dossiers on all suspects and must know you are just a horny monger.

    Tyrants are very sensitive and they hate foreigners who may cooperate with, guide or aide indigenous people to resist them. It's not fair and not good to assist local people in their political affairs. They have to struggle with their own will, strengths and courage for any changes to be legitimate and last.

    It's not good to travel to or even transit rogue countries, Iran, China, Russia, Cuba, North Korea etc. They may grab and hold you a few years waiting for exchange with their spies. Just stay clear away from them and watch them destroy themselves.
    Yet he said he couldn't wait to go back to Venezuela and do it all again. If he gets bagged no one should have any sympathy for him.

  10. #449
    Quote Originally Posted by ClamSlammer  [View Original Post]
    This is the exact type of post that is universally detrimental to this board. A totally misguided attack on a flawless post, an attack that offered zero supporting evidence. And when confronted and asked to provide some supporting evidence, the attacker, predictably, goes silent because he knows he was completely in the wrong. I posted something that is undoubtedly 100% accurate, then get attacked by someone who obviously knows nothing that says I was wrong, but refuses to point out how or why I was wrong.

    My point was that it is impossible to sell real estate in Mexico and go through the process and close in a week or less. Those that are attacking me lack the cognizant capability to ascertain that two countries can have the same or similar laws and processes. Just because there are two separate countries, doesn't mean that their respective laws MUST be "completely different. " This denial of reality is the fatal flaw in my detractors' argument. For example, is the process for selling a car "completely different" in Canada as in the USA? Of course not. The process is essentially the same. Just like conveying real estate in Mexico and the USA. The process is essentially the same. But Dickus Maximus and other clueless posters are insisting that since the countries are different, the laws and processes MUST be "completely different" as well, which is laughably untrue.

    So if you guys are going to continue to challenge my post, point out ONE major difference between Mexico and USA real estate transaction process, one in particular that would enable the ability to close a sale in Mexico in 7 days or less. Since the process is "completely different" there must be many, many differences right? So just point out one. Either point out one difference or be a man of integrity and post an apology.
    I own both real estate and businesses in Mexico. I know what I'm talking about. The stuff you wrote was nonsense.

    Real estate transactions are handled by a notaria. Most properties are free and clear. Loans are not common. I'm sure you could get an escritura drafted in a week if you were willing to pay for it. Most of it is either boilerplate or comes from the previous escritura. More complicated if you are a foreigner purchasing and need a fideicomiso but that wouldn't apply here. If you want verification that any burdens on the property like predial, CFE or CESPT have been paid in full, that might take longer. I don't know why any group getting the property essentially for free would worry about paying the escritura and associated transfer taxes or need to clear burdens that run with the property. ("we're going to steal your property, please may sure all the taxes utilities have been paid".

    Not passing any judgement, positive or negative, on the claim they were forced to give the property away. I have heard of that happening in smaller areas, but have no first or second hand knowledge.

  11. #448

    Hostages

    Jinxx.

    You were playing with fire and you were lucky Maduro did not arrest and hold you for a hostage. They have intelligence dossiers on all suspects and must know you are just a horny monger.

    Tyrants are very sensitive and they hate foreigners who may cooperate with, guide or aide indigenous people to resist them. It's not fair and not good to assist local people in their political affairs. They have to struggle with their own will, strengths and courage for any changes to be legitimate and last.

    It's not good to travel to or even transit rogue countries, Iran, China, Russia, Cuba, North Korea etc. They may grab and hold you a few years waiting for exchange with their spies. Just stay clear away from them and watch them destroy themselves.

  12. #447
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Michael are. White, a retired Navy cook living in Imperial Beach, went to Iran to visit an alleged GF met on line, was arrested in 2018 and sentenced to 13 years for allegedly insulting Iran's supreme leader and posting private information online. He was released today with CoVid-19 symptoms.

    Some of the bros in this site probably know him in La Zona. With tens of thousands hot, young, sexy and willing Latina girls only 1 mile South of Imperial Beach, I don't buy his cover of visiting a GF in Iran whom he met on line. He was doing something serious that pissed the Iranian Imams off. Be careful of schemes by intelligence agencies, using pussies to recruit horny guys to do stupid, evil things against various governments and warring factions.

    This guy is likely a regular in La Zona. Will try to get hold him to find out how sweet Iranian pussies were, and if they were worth 2 years in prison.

    With the pissing contests on going between governments, anyone can be arrested and used for political manipulations. It's wise not to visit or even transit hostile countries like Iran, China, Russia, Venezuela, Cuba ect. Travel exclusively to Mexico for fun, sex, food, recreations with the companies of sweet, sexy and pretty Mexican chicas.

    https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-...d-to-10-years/

    Lawyer: US Navy veteran held in Iran sentenced to 10 years.

    Jon Gambrell, The Associated Press March 17,2019.

    In this 2018 photograph released by lawyer Mark Zaid, Michael are. White, right, is seen with his mother, Joanne White, left. White, a USA Navy veteran from California, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran, his lawyer said Saturday, March 16,2019, becoming the first American known to be imprisoned there since President Donald Trump took office. (White family via AP).

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates A USA Navy veteran from California has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran, his lawyer said Saturday, becoming the first American known to be imprisoned there since President Donald Trump took office.

    Though the case against Michael are. White remains unclear, it comes as Trump has taken a hard-line approach to Iran by pulling the USA Out of Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers.

    Iran, which in the past has used its detention of Westerners and dual nationals as leverage in negotiations, has yet to report on White's sentence in state-controlled media. Its mission to the United Nations did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    "Obviously the concern is that the Iranians are using this as a tool against the United States, given the other individuals who are in custody," Washington-based lawyer Mark Zaid told The Associated Press.

    White's arrest was first reported by IranWire, an online news service run by Iranian expatriates, which interviewed a former Iranian prisoner who said he met White at Vakilabad Prison in the northeastern city of Mashhad in October.

    In the time since, White has been convicted of insulting Iran's supreme leader and posting private information online, Zaid said. He said the information surrounding the case remained vague. He learned of the sentence from the USA State Department, which in turn learned of it from the Swiss government, which looks after American interests in Iran.

    The State Department said late Saturday that it was "aware of the detention of a USA Citizen in Iran. ".

    "We have no higher priority than the safety and security of USA Citizens abroad," it said, without elaborating on the case.

    The New York Times first reported White's 10-year sentence.

    White's mother, Joanne White, had told the Times that her son, who lives in Imperial Beach, California, went to Iran to see a woman she described as his girlfriend and had booked a July 27 flight back home to San Diego via the United Arab Emirates. She filed a missing person report with the State Department after he did not board the flight. She added that he had been undergoing treatment for a neck tumor and has asthma.

    White worked as a cook in the USA Navy and left the service about a decade ago.

    Zaid said Saturday that White apparently traveled to Mashhad without informing the woman in advance. It remains difficult for Americans to get visas to Iran, 40 years after the Islamic Revolution and the USA Embassy hostage crisis.

    "That's certainly our concern, that's he's being used as a pawn," Zaid said. "But we're more in a confused state than an aware state."

    There are three other Americans known to be held in Iran.

    Iranian-American Siamak Namazi and his octogenarian father Baquer, a former UNICEF representative who served as governor of Iran's oil-rich Khuzestan province under the USA -backed shah, are both serving 10-year sentences on espionage charges. Iranian-American art dealer Karan Vafadari and his Iranian wife, Afarin Neyssari, received 27-year and 16-year prison sentences, respectively. Chinese-American graduate student Xiyue Wang was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly "infiltrating" the country while doing doctoral research on Iran's Qajar dynasty.

    Iranian-American Robin Shahini was released on bail in 2017 after staging a hunger strike while serving an 18-year prison sentence for "collaboration with a hostile government. " Shahini has since return to America and is now suing Iran in USA Federal court.

    Also in an Iranian prison is Nizar Zakka, a USA Permanent resident from Lebanon who advocated for internet freedom and has done work for the USA Government. He was sentenced to 10 years on espionage-related charges.

    Former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who vanished in Iran in 2007 while on an unauthorized CIA mission, remains missing. Iran says that Levinson is not in the country and that it has no further information about him, though his family holds Tehran responsible for his disappearance.
    This story reminds me of Joshua Holt an American who went to Venezuela to help his Venezuelan fiance get everything together as they were planning to move to the US and get married, and got arrested in Caracas on some trumped up BS charges of "espionage" and "terrorism". Holt was held for like 2 years without trial until he was finally released.

    I spent 4 months in Caracas in 2017 and I'm almost certain I was being watched and followed. One time walking back to my apartment from the store I noticed a black suv following me. I was walking on the sidewalk and the black suv was driving like 2 miles per hour right behind me. I stopped walking and the suv stopped and just sat there in the street for a minute before taking off. I walked another block back to my apartment and was almost in panic mode. I was seriously contemplating going to the US embassy to request protection. Another reason I thought I was being watched one night I had food and drinks at a restaurant with some college students I'd randomly befriended who just happened to work as staffers for the office of Maria Corina Machado who is one of the most hardcore Venezuelan political leaders opposed to Nicolas Maduro. After we left the restaurant the three of us split up at the main metro subway station taking different trains as we lived in different neighborhoods. I got home and around 12 midnight I got a call from my buddy who told me that the 20 year old girl that was with us had been picked up by the government secret police as she was coming out of the subway station in her neighborhood. They put her in their car without officially arresting her and drove her around telling her that they'd been watching her and that they know she's working with people who are against the government and she's putting herself in a lot of danger, and they took her government ID and threw it out the window. That phone call scared the hell out of me since I'd just been with that girl less than an hour before she got picked up and threatened by the secret police. I got super paranoid. I started looking out my windows to see if anyone was outside waiting for me or watching me. I was scared to go outside. I was calling friends in the US telling them that I might be in some trouble. The girl that had got picked up by the cops was on the first bus back to her parents' hometown in Maracay the very next day. But luckily nothing ever did happen to me. Maybe whoever was following me around realized that I was just going out to bars and hooking up with slutty looking women and figured I wasn't worth messing with. One of the highlights of my Venezuela trip was when I had my first FOURSOME, me and 3 hot chicas sucking and fucking for a couple hours. That was an experience I'll never forget. I think my Venezuela trip was an example of a monger taking a high risk / high reward type of adventure. And as scary and risky as Venezuela was I can't wait to go back and do it all again. Haha!!

  13. #446
    In the process of closing on a mobile home I am selling. There are reasons for closing / escrow to take several weeks. How about something like a title check? Do you really want to rush this? Inspections? Possible fixing of things before purchase? The sale is contingent on many things being OK and each takes time to deal with.

    There are some good reasons why it takes a bit of time I think.

    Goyo.

    Quote Originally Posted by LuvMexicanas  [View Original Post]
    Take a chill pill and simmer down clam sauce. You're taking things way too personal and letting things get under your skin.

  14. #445
    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    Yet again, you and I have exactly opposite experiences. And I'm not disputing some may be strong armed into $30. However, each of the last three weekends, I walked into Mexico, with a large suitcase. When they asked where I was going, I said Tijuana. Once I was waved through without completing the FMM. The other two times, I was asked how long. 3 days. Filled out the FMM and walked in. No mention of $30. So your comment about gringos unlikely given the option of the 7-day FMM, like so many other of your contributions, are just fiction.

    As for that $30, I do believe that it's a quasi scam. Not sure if the agent receives a kickback. But the problem is the law is not on our side. With the border technically shut to normal traffic, Mexico has even more authority to turn us away. Pre-Covid, I think we could press the argument more, and win. But right now, it is just much easier for them to deny entry.
    My info is first hand experience plus others reports. Maybe you are using a translator and not understanding what I write. Nobody cares that you "claim" to get into mexico without being forced to buy a 30 dollar pass, if many of the rest of us are.

  15. #444
    Quote Originally Posted by ClamSlammer  [View Original Post]
    This is the exact type of post that is universally detrimental to this board. A totally misguided attack on a flawless post, an attack that offered zero supporting evidence. And when confronted and asked to provide some supporting evidence, the attacker, predictably, goes silent because he knows he was completely in the wrong. I posted something that is undoubtedly 100% accurate, then get attacked by someone who obviously knows nothing that says I was wrong, but refuses to point out how or why I was wrong.

    My point was that it is impossible to sell real estate in Mexico and go through the process and close in a week or less. Those that are attacking me lack the cognizant capability to ascertain that two countries can have the same or similar laws and processes. Just because there are two separate countries, doesn't mean that their respective laws MUST be "completely different. " This denial of reality is the fatal flaw in my detractors' argument. For example, is the process for selling a car "completely different" in Canada as in the USA? Of course not. The process is essentially the same. Just like conveying real estate in Mexico and the USA. The process is essentially the same. But Dickus Maximus and other clueless posters are insisting that since the countries are different, the laws and processes MUST be "completely different" as well, which is laughably untrue.

    So if you guys are going to continue to challenge my post, point out ONE major difference between Mexico and USA real estate transaction process, one in particular that would enable the ability to close a sale in Mexico in 7 days or less. Since the process is "completely different" there must be many, many differences right? So just point out one. Either point out one difference or be a man of integrity and post an apology.
    Take a chill pill and simmer down clam sauce. You're taking things way too personal and letting things get under your skin.

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