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Update: Taking a Los Algodones Dental Holiday

By   /  October 17, 2011  /  General Posts, Survival  /  Comments Off

My cousin Chris tells me that I’m sort of the Yuri Gregorian of the family when it comes to trying to do everything on the cheap, and I’m the first of my generation to venture down to  old Mexico way for a set of Dentures. After checking out what the thieves at Western Dental want […]

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In Reality, We don’t kill our Politicians we revere them

By   /  January 23, 2011  /  General Posts, News, Opinion  /  Comments Off

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Reality Check. Serving as an elected official is one of the safest occupations in American life. Listed Below is American politicians that were assassinated since the Signing of the Constitution of the United States of America. No party or Unknown Federalist Democratic-Republican Democratic Whig Republican Other M Politician M Year died Office held when assassinated […]

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4 and Twenty Blackbirds….

By   /  January 15, 2011  /  Opinion  /  5 Comments

In Los Angeles: “The hot dog vendor had abandoned his cart and a dozen or more homelesses were cutting the breasts out of the pigeon corpses and grilling the meat. They had formed a small mob. One whole pigeon corpse, still with feathers and not gutted, sat atop the grill. Soon the smell of burning […]

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NCPA: Oil Spill Hysteria

By   /  January 5, 2011  /  Opinion  /  1 Comment

The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico caused many things.  Most recently, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar cancelled previous plans for much expanded offshore oil and gas drilling, killing thousands of jobs and forgoing an opportunity to reduce the nation’s enormous foreign energy bill.  Oddly enough, however, the ecosystem of the Gulf itself turns out […]

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Come on !! This is Southern California !!!!

By   /  January 2, 2011  /  News  /  1 Comment

More rain and snow are expected – latimes.com The blast of cold air that brought in Southern California’s New Year will be followed by a “wet Santa Anas” storm Sunday and Monday that is expected to bring scattered rain showers and more snow in the mountains and heavily traveled passes, weather officials said. A frosty, […]

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The “Paisano” program: Mexico’s Double Standard

By   /  June 29, 2010  /  General Posts, News  /  1 Comment

While Mexico is all in Arizona’s ass for passing a law to enforce Federal Laws protecting American Citizens and Legal Foreign Nationals, they are all into protecting their borders from smuggling and illegal entry. This is an example of, “do as we say not as we do.” Paisano Program for a Pleasant Return to Mexico | Holtville […]

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Taking a Los Algodones Dental Holiday

By   /  June 11, 2010  /  General Posts, Survival  /  Comments Off

My cousin Chris tells me that I’m sort of the Yuri Gregorian of the family when it comes to trying to do everything on the cheap, and I’m the first of my generation to venture down to  old Mexico way for a set of Dentures. (Right off I want to tell yo so far I […]

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