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    Who lives in Texas?

    Does anyone live in or near Texas (more specifically near San Antonio)?
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    Maybe I do, but post some more information for pete's sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saberopus View Post
    Maybe I do, but post some more information for pete's sake.
    I've been living in San Antonio for the last few weeks. The food is good.
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    Why aren't you in Mexico anymore?

    Are you and s'opus going to meet up? Please take pictures and post a report if you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krokodile View Post
    Why aren't you in Mexico anymore?

    Are you and s'opus going to meet up? Please take pictures and post a report if you do.
    My dad's health has deteriorated considerably, I brought him to Audie Murphy.
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    A CERTAIN ATTORNEY ON MASSASSI LIVES IN TEXAS.

    Last time I checked, he was trying to sue Harvey (the hurricane).
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    Nice! Have you lived in TX before? I know you've lived in the states for a significant amount of time, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECHOMAN View Post
    A CERTAIN ATTORNEY ON MASSASSI LIVES IN TEXAS.

    Last time I checked, he was trying to sue Harvey (the hurricane).
    That, on its face, does not appear to be a fruitful endeavor. Nevertheless, I wish him luck.

    Quote Originally Posted by saberopus View Post
    Nice! Have you lived in TX before? I know you've lived in the states for a significant amount of time, right?
    I've only lived in California before, and that ended back in 2000. Texas is quite nice, however it feels weird to come back to your country of origin after 17 years.
    Last edited by SF_GoldG_01; 09-18-2017 at 01:14 PM.
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    Mexico seems like such a beautiful country made so much worse by the drug cartels. I know it's not like that all over the country, but it makes me sad. How do you reflect on your time there now? I think you lived in a peaceful part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krokodile View Post
    Mexico seems like such a beautiful country made so much worse by the drug cartels. I know it's not like that all over the country, but it makes me sad. How do you reflect on your time there now? I think you lived in a peaceful part.
    I lived in Torreon which, while not as bad as Reynosa or Juarez, it was violent. Then in 2010 we moved to Celaya, which was very peaceful, until the last couple of years it started heating up. There are no longer safe places in Mexico, just less violent places.
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    Wow that sucks. Did you or your family ever encounter anything like that personally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krokodile View Post
    Wow that sucks. Did you or your family ever encounter anything like that personally?
    Not directly, a couple cousins of mine witnessed some shoot outs (these took place at malls / bars). We also knew people who themselves or a family member of theirs got kidnapped/killed because they were involved somehow, or just at the wrong place at the wrong time. I count ourselves as lucky.
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    It's probably good you got out of Mexico before today's earthquake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Jones View Post
    It's probably good you got out of Mexico before today's earthquake.
    Fortunately, I wasn't living in Mexico city, nor would I ever want to live there. My mom, however, is still living in Celaya (about 3 1/2 hours drive away from Mexico City), and she did feel the house shake a bit, but everyone is fine.

    What was eerie was that today is the 32nd anniversary from the major quake of 1985 in Mexico city. People did an Earthquake drill at 11:00 a.m. only to be greeted by a real one at 1:00 p.m.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SF_GoldG_01 View Post
    People did an Earthquake drill at 11:00 a.m. only to be greeted by a real one at 1:00 p.m.
    god works in mysterious ways!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by saberopus View Post
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    Bill Millers is garbage.
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    hey you're a regular San Antonian already, saying "Bill Millers" instead of "Bill Miller"

    also yeah it's garbage but it's pretty dependable fast-food BBQ, at least

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