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Hand Gestures Part II (Non-Verbal Communications)

 This is one that most of us know about. It gets used more than we would like to admit. It is used to describe someone that is cheap in their bargaining tactics, spending habits and / or tipping tendencies. Yes, we all know someone that probably deserves and receives this gesture, but doesn't get the message. Just rub your elbow…

Mexico Seizes Largest Ever Shipment of Fentanyl Drugs

The pure Fentanyl by itself would have a street value of $1.2 billion, according to Drug Enforcement Agency numbers reported by El Financiero. A kilo of Fentanyl costs about $2,000 to produce and can reach a street value of up to $20 million. The pure fentanyl by itself would have a street value of $1.2 billion, according…

Guayabitos Theme Song

Click here to listen to Eddy Lang and his song, Guayabitos...      Voice_170822_10 Clicking on this link will download the song to your download file. Click on that download to listen. Sorry for the complicated routing.
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Mexican Hand Gestures

Mexican Hand Gestures Here is something I have been meaning to do for a vary long time and I hope you all find it amusing, interesting and of some value as you stroll the streets of Mexico. While Mexican hand gestures can be strange and intimidating, they are also very utilitarian.I will start out with this very familiar one to…
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A Different Perspective on Waiting For Our Hosts

Thanks to Susannah Rigg from the BBC for this interesting and creative article. When I first stepped foot on Mexican soil, I spoke relatively good Spanish. I was by no means fluent, but I could hold a conversation. So when I asked a local ice-cream seller in downtown Guadalajara when he expected a new delivery of chocolate ice cream,…