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... this as well (issues around political confidence, corruption, self-interest, inefficiency, profiteering, inequality, etc), but it is even more difficult to see here in Mexico through the lens of such pervasive/extreme poverty, instability, and disturbing violence on such a large scale, to which the government turns a blind eye. There is deep suffering and as a result people take it upon themselves to look out for themselves and their families (some being left with no other ...
... everything.. There was about 20 or 25 people there - people had heard that he was good......
Saw BoDiddly in a bar (the ZanzaBar) in Montreal in the 1960's.. He was sort of famous then, No cover charge to get into the bar.. and he put on one really great show... Rock & Roll
In the 1960's in Toronto, at what was know then as the O'Keefe Centre, which was new then,
I saw a show on a Tuesday Afternoon that had the "Supremes", ...
... in the video clip on Youtube.
Recently, the local newspaper Atencion, which is published by La Bibliotheka, wrote an article on "graffiti in town, art or vandalism." The community organization San Miguel Siempre Hermoso teams-up with the local administration with the goal of preserving a city free of graffiti.
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When you go in a Mexican liquor store or wine shop, you can be overwhelmed at the number of tequilas to choose from, at all price points from cheap to exquisitely high and with 2500 distilleries producing tequila in Mexico, it's no wonder.
Tequila and mescal are both made from the agave plant, harvested when the plant is 7-12 years old. Actually, tequila, at 40% alcohol, is a type of mescal, only slightly ...
... and inter-city bus service is really great.
4. Because of the lower air pressure at this altitude, carbonated drinks foam much more when they are being pored into a glass than they do at the lower altitudes and higher air pressure of Ottawa, Canada (most Americans have never heard of Ottawa and have absolutely no idea where it is)..
5. Cooking stuff in boiling water or steam cooking things takes longer in the higher altitude ...