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English for Newbies – Helpful Hint #96  Posted on 09/21/2014
When you are putting up a sign for readers in English, make sure the English is good enough that there will not be any understanding. In Merida, there are many people who speak good. And by that I mean exactly that. They can get their...
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Dispatches from the Gym  Posted on 09/19/2014
As of late, I have taken to using the swimming pool at the gym where I work out; a result of some strange twinges in my back that could or could not be a sign to take it easy with the weights or then again, just a sign of old age. An x-ray...
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My Imaginary Reponse to a Facebook Post  Posted on 09/18/2014
The post: 16 mins Does anyone know if the Police ever pick dogs up off the street and if they do, where they would take them? My potential reply: They are taken to a special place just outside of town, where they are let loose on a large...
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Casual Restaurant Critic at Tony Roma’s  Posted on 08/19/2014
Adding to the already burgeoning list of franchises now open in Merida, Tony Roma’s (also known as Tommy Roman’s according to one dear friend) recently opened across from the City Center (Walmart) shopping center just off the...
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Spanish for Newbies – Helpful Hint No. 117  Posted on 08/08/2014
  Spanish for Newbies – Helpful Hint No. 117 The photo (above) is typical of one you would find in a public or semi-public parking lot in Merida and to the Merida newbie it might be a bit confusing. If you have studied any...
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