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  1. #38101
    Quote Originally Posted by ColombiaLover  [View Original Post]
    I don't usually do this, but am doing a favor. I have been friends with Enlly Florez for years. According to her, she's not been with anyone since the virus in March. She's hurting for money and is looking for an appointment with someone who has been safe. Many of you know her. If interested, here is her number. You can message her on Whatsapp. 57-310 8980691. Her body is still solid. Her pussy is very tight. When she wants, she can be very good. Just negotiate what you want in advance. Just passing info along at her request.

    Might be good for someone like Slapshot. Not for Blakman (given that he only wants to spend 40 mil!

    https://www.facebook.com/Enllym.florez

    https://www.facebook.com/mas261291

    https://www.facebook.com/enllym.florez.5

    If she would ever come off her FB price point...

    I was with her right before the quarantine, but I just can't justify the 250 k + taxis for 1 pop w condom. She's cool and sexy, but there's a reason she's in this position. I hope her well, but I won't be the one chipping in.

    I would recommend her, price aside.

  2. #38100
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnGault  [View Original Post]
    Yes there are a lot of cases in the USA. The problem is that the USA does a lot more testing then most other countrys so of course there is more cases I think what is most important is the number of deaths.
    Hello JG. JjBee62 has already discussed the relation between the number of tests and the number of positive detected. The higher number of detected positive in country cannot be ascribed to the higher number of tests. This is difficult to explain to academics, imagine to Trump.

    What you say makes really sense, but it needs to be completed. Unfortunately the number of deaths are just an element of the picture. The curve of "deaths" follows with say 2-3 weeks delay the curve of "conclamated sick", which in turn follows the curve of "infected" by other 1-2 weeks. This means that when we count deaths today, in the increasing phase of curves in USA, we are looking at the conclusion of something happened at least 1 month before.

    We will be able to discuss the impact of COVID in terms of deaths in USA, as in any other country, only months after the peak.

    The destructive impact of this COVID, contrary to any other flue or more contagious disease that we have seen in the last decades, is its capacity to spread silently to a large portion of population, before people starts to be worried because 1) hospitals are getting full 2) the number of deaths is so high that it starts affecting the personal experience of more and more people. At that point, one is noticing the iceberg emerging, but with a delay of weeks. What happens in the next weeks is on the way and cannot be changed. A lockdown is the only effective measure, but its effect appears after several weeks.

    There is NO FLUE that could make all hospitals in Houston full (just Houston?), exhaust capacity for patients who need intensive care or simply hospital care, and leave no room for "regular patients". There are towns in my country, which in March were so heavily impacted, that all night and day the only sound was the ambulance siren. Every family had someone sick at home or at hospital, and everyone had some close friend or family member dead. Hospitals were rejecting patients because full. I know some people there, and they are all still shocked and traumatized.

    There is another thing that makes this COVID nasty, yet all to discover. Some of those who recover keep lungs and veins damaged. The damage seems not reversible. Imagine one who recovers after the COVID flue, does not need to go to hospital, just few days of fever and cough because young and fit, but keeps his ventilation power lowered. No more jogging as before, and better to avoid high places as Bogota.

  3. #38099
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    Always check Medellin gurus's sources. In the case I don't doubt it but it is a marketing web site that heavily motivated by revenue generation.
    I know. They cited a government source but it does not really concern me now so I do not bother. Medellin have not been able to stamp out the virus when the number is in low double digits. Not sure how they can do better with the same approach now.

  4. #38098
    What does the "PP" after her name on one of those profiles mean? I have a theory but I don't want to offend anyone.

    Enlly Florez (P P) is on Facebook.

    To connect with Enlly, sign up for Facebook today.

    Quote Originally Posted by ColombiaLover  [View Original Post]
    I don't usually do this, but am doing a favor. I have been friends with Enlly Florez for years. According to her, she's not been with anyone since the virus in March. She's hurting for money and is looking for an appointment with someone who has been safe. Many of you know her. If interested, here is her number. You can message her on Whatsapp. 57-310 8980691. Her body is still solid. Her pussy is very tight. When she wants, she can be very good. Just negotiate what you want in advance. Just passing info along at her request.

    Might be good for someone like Slapshot. Not for Blakman (given that he only wants to spend 40 mil!

    https://www.facebook.com/Enllym.florez

    https://www.facebook.com/mas261291

    https://www.facebook.com/enllym.florez.5

  5. #38097

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    I don't usually do this, but am doing a favor. I have been friends with Enlly Florez for years. According to her, she's not been with anyone since the virus in March. She's hurting for money and is looking for an appointment with someone who has been safe. Many of you know her. If interested, here is her number. You can message her on Whatsapp. 57-310 8980691. Her body is still solid. Her pussy is very tight. When she wants, she can be very good. Just negotiate what you want in advance. Just passing info along at her request.

    Might be good for someone like Slapshot. Not for Blakman (given that he only wants to spend 40 mil!

    https://www.facebook.com/Enllym.florez

    https://www.facebook.com/mas261291

    https://www.facebook.com/enllym.florez.5

  6. #38096
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve9696  [View Original Post]
    Not sure what the border immigration situation is but the FKK clubs In Switzerland are open now. Not Medellin prices at a heart stopping USD $140/ half hour. But guaranteed slim pretty girls with guaranteed service including DFK and BBBJ.
    Man,

    I miss the globe so much. I had so many amazing times there; in my opinion, the girls in the globe is hotter than Medellin. The cost there can reach ridiculous level, depending on how you like to party. Every girl will offer you coke for 100 dollars per gram, CIM is another 100, lesbian show is another 100 dollars. Two girls with a bit of coke, doing lesbian show and cum swapping for one hour ran my bill to 1100 dollars once. Probably the most I have ever paid for one hour, but that is still cheap compared the price I have been quoted in San Francisco for similar level of girls.

    In Medellin, for 1100 dollars, I can get four 18 year olds to party for 2 full days in a penthouse with a jacuzzi over looking the beautiful landscape of Antioquia. If I absolutely cannot go back to Medellin, I will just hop over to Canada and fly to Zürich from there.

  7. #38095
    Quote Originally Posted by Nounce  [View Original Post]
    The 180 day limit is mostly due to income tax. I would not stay at any countries for more than 180 days if I don't want to pay income tax in two countries with residency or not.

    US citizens pay income tax regardless where they live. The only way to avoid paying is to stay out of US the whole tax year then you get some exemption and it depends on the source of income.
    Regardless of the type of visa someone has in Colombia for a period greater than six months like a student visa, investor visa, retiree visa, if that person is in the Country more than 180 days they are considered a "tax resident" and are required to file in Colombia, albeit that doesn't mean they will owe any taxes. Lots of gringos living in Medellin don't file as they should, and the Colombian IRS which is DIAN are getting more sophisticated, and will eventually catch up to them with possible fines and non-renewal of their visas.

  8. #38094
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    I say a lot of very ridiculous things on this site but wow, this discussion of bribing an immigration agent to get into Colombia is about as silly as it gets. The chance of even reaching a border which you are not authorized to cross is slim.
    Welcome to the Medellin Board, anything goes here, and it's all entertaining to say the least!

  9. #38093
    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    You have to get the cedula in Colombia, which can be done at any immigration office. Visas, other than extending the tourist visa require a trip to Bogota unless you get them at a Consulate.

    Naturally, he's going to need to make the connections, bring in the lawyers and provide the money.

    As far as the visas go, there are 2 distinct classes and several different types. The classes are Temporary and Permanent. To get a Permanent visa you have to hold a Temporary visa, without any breaks of more than 6 months for a period of 5 years. There might be some types of visa which only require 3 years. A permanent visa gives you the option of applying for citizenship. At least that's what I picked up when I was researching all of this.

    A Temporary resident visa wouldn't qualify him for a repatriation flight, hence he would need to finagle a special travel permit. Most problems of this type can be overcome if you're willing to spend the money, and you have enough.
    My post was about obtaining an "investors visa" which qualifies you for residency, and is good for five years and obtaining this type of visa does not require obtaining a temporary visa first, but making an investment. And to obtain the Cedula, your Passport needs to be sent to Bogota to obtain the Visa that they paste into your Passport (and you don't need to appear in person to do this), and with the visa than in your Passport you can obtain a Cedula at any immigration office.

    As far as buying real estate in Colombia it's tricky, kind of like the wild west with no escrow or title companies, and lots of gringos get burned and duped in the process.

  10. #38092
    Always check Medellin gurus's sources. In the case I don't doubt it but it is a marketing web site that heavily motivated by revenue generation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nounce  [View Original Post]
    I see that the number of deaths reported by Medellin Guru has increased many folds from just a couple of months ago and it is accelerating.

  11. #38091
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    it's a political show based on nothing more than test result projections.
    I see that the number of deaths reported by Medellin Guru has increased many folds from just a couple of months ago and it is accelerating.

    One way to look at it is that the government is guessing the future. Things probably won't change until the numbers gets better.

  12. #38090
    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    Getting a 1 year visa and renewing it every year eliminates the risk you'll exceed your 180 day annual limit and be denied entry.
    The 180 day limit is mostly due to income tax. I would not stay at any countries for more than 180 days if I don't want to pay income tax in two countries with residency or not.

    US citizens pay income tax regardless where they live. The only way to avoid paying is to stay out of US the whole tax year then you get some exemption and it depends on the source of income.

  13. #38089
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnGault  [View Original Post]
    I think what is most important is the number of deaths. Then again even that is not that great of a way to figure out what is really going on as there have been reports of false claims concerning deaths due to financial concerns.
    Just compare total number of deaths regardless if causes against historical data should yield a good estimate.

  14. #38088
    Quote Originally Posted by SlapShot10  [View Original Post]

    So, any info on the lockdown? Will it be back to pico y cedula? Should I stock-up on groceries, today?
    Here is the new schedule.
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  15. #38087
    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    Technically speaking what your proposing is possible but might require a different approach to get him back to Medellin, I believe SJobs could obtain a resident's visa while in the United States which would probably allow him to enter the Country, however it would be complicated to do from the USA, and might take several months. He would not have to wait five years to obtain residency but would receive it immediately upon issuance, however he would need to make an investment, such as buying a Penthouse, it has to be at least 650 times the Colombian minimum wage to qualify or approximately $ 160,000 USD. He would also need to get this money into the Country, which is not a simple procedure as the money would need to be transferred thru a third party and documented with the Colombian government to obtain the residency permit. He would also need a Colombian attorney to prepare all the paperwork and also act as an escrow company for the real estate transaction as they don't exist in Colombia. The only glitch might be obtaining the Cedula, I don't know if Colombian embassy's issue those in the USA, as there is a requirement that it is obtained within a few weeks of obtaining the residency permit and is processed in Bogota.
    You have to get the cedula in Colombia, which can be done at any immigration office. Visas, other than extending the tourist visa require a trip to Bogota unless you get them at a Consulate.

    Naturally, he's going to need to make the connections, bring in the lawyers and provide the money.

    As far as the visas go, there are 2 distinct classes and several different types. The classes are Temporary and Permanent. To get a Permanent visa you have to hold a Temporary visa, without any breaks of more than 6 months for a period of 5 years. There might be some types of visa which only require 3 years. A permanent visa gives you the option of applying for citizenship. At least that's what I picked up when I was researching all of this.

    A Temporary resident visa wouldn't qualify him for a repatriation flight, hence he would need to finagle a special travel permit. Most problems of this type can be overcome if you're willing to spend the money, and you have enough.

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