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  1. #1417

    Shootout. Narcos Take their war into Hot Beach Resorts

    Riviera entrepreneur says he's had enough; turns vigilante.

    "Carlos Mimenza won't say whether the 200-man team he's assembled carry guns. "I'll have to leave it to your imagination. My lawyers don't let me talk about it."

    But they fly drones. They wear masks. Some are skilled hackers, hired from the Anonymous collective. They operate out of a luxury cabin in the woods, its entrance screened by a waterfall. And they claim to have the local governor, along with senior officials and cops, under surveillance 24 hours a day. Because Mimenza, a real-estate developer, says Mexico's authorities are responsible for the spread of violence and extortion, colluding with the country's drug cartels instead of protecting entrepreneurs like him.

    It's not surprising that many tourists aren't aware of the (Cartel) killings going on around them. Recent murders haven't always made the front pages of the local papers left in hotel lobbies. That's no accident.

    Cancun's authorities have urged local media to tone down the coverage, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. The cartels, meanwhile, have different methods but a similar agenda. "They don't want to sabotage themselves, because the moment it's in the news then tourism, the goose that lays the golden egg, dries up," said Schtulmann."

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...-beach-resorts

    So the tourism businesses are protecting tourists in Mexico by becoming vigilantes against the corrupt politicians. Free enterprise to the rescue! Maybe the Hong Kong Club management should be put in charge of the Tijuana policia except the HK management would probably order the policia to arrest the Tijuana politicians for screwing up the tourist business!

  2. #1416

    USC's dean School of Medicine busted with overdosed prostitute

    This guy is an accomplished ophthalmologist, paid $1.1 M a year as the dean of USC's School of Medicine, plus whatever cash and expenses he can weasel out of various research grants that he brings into the school.

    He was so loaded with money that he was paying a prostitute to hang out and party with him full time, renting apartments and luxury hotels for her, and bringing her and her drugs friends to his USC office to party and consume drugs. He was caught with drugs and this overdosed 22 YO prostitute, Sarah Warren, in his hotel room. Pasadena Fire the took the girl to hospital. Pasadena cop A. Garcia was probably bribed by the good doctor, thus conveniently skip filing a crime report. An eyewitness at the hotel called Pasadena town hall, USC president, then LA Times to make sure the incident is investigated. Don't know what grudge he / she held against the good doctor. Damn.

    Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito lost his USC Dean job, got a job with a biotech company but was laid off after 6 months. It's safe to say his career as a physician, professor and researcher is ruined for good due to this ugly little drug addicted pussy. Nobody would hire him with that notoriety. USC and the US government will also be auditing his spending for any clues that he misspent grants money on prostitutes and drugs. He won't be able to look anyone in the eyes again. His life is ruined due to an below average-looking drug addict with an ugly fat face, droopy boobs and saggy stomach, whom I would not even fuck for fear of diseases.

    Syracuse you's Dean of Management was also busted in a prostitution sting this year and lost his $600 K a year job. The urge for sex sure ruined a lot of otherwise good, bright, productive people in the US. Something needs change so we don't waste all these talents just because they want a few romps in bed. These guys should move closer to Tijuana to party and have serious fun with hot, girls and to have as much sex as they can stand without having their dicks fall off.

    No wonder all jobs, including teaching, preaching, doctoring, in San Diego are so hotly sought after. Hehe.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    http://www.latimes.com/local/califor...htmlstory.html

    In USC's lecture halls, labs and executive offices, Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito was a towering figure. The dean of the Keck School of Medicine was a renowned eye surgeon whose skill in the operating room was matched by a gift for attracting money and talent to the university.

    There was another side to the Harvard-educated physician.

    During his tenure as dean, Puliafito kept company with a circle of criminals and drug users who said he used methamphetamine and other drugs with them, a Los Angeles Times investigation found.
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  3. #1415

    USC Dean of Medicine busted with prostitutes and drugs

    http://www.latimes.com/local/califor...htmlstory.html

    In USC's lecture halls, labs and executive offices, Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito was a towering figure. The dean of the Keck School of Medicine was a renowned eye surgeon whose skill in the operating room was matched by a gift for attracting money and talent to the university.

    There was another side to the Harvard-educated physician.

    During his tenure as dean, Puliafito kept company with a circle of criminals and drug users who said he used methamphetamine and other drugs with them, a Los Angeles Times investigation found.

  4. #1414
    In all of my border crossings, which admittedly are less than 20, I've never taken the yellow cabs at the border. They can be aggressive. But I would always walk to the street and find a Taxi Libre just on principle.

    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    Been reading and hearing a lot about the Yellow Cab ban. I try not to tell them I'm taking uber just just ignore or just keep walking. I suspected this would happen sooner or later. Glad they are banned but I am also hearing that a judge is siding with them in court. Normally I walk a way bit down towards Pueblo Amigo Hotel so I can avoid them all together. Be safe everyone.

  5. #1413

    The decent things

    You are doing a decent thing. Just walk further South away from the border and order Uber. Pueblo Amigo or Caliente casino are good spots.

    I would never wait at Yellow taxi stand and tell the cabbies to stick their yellow cabs up their asses while I order UBER. If you rub salt in people's wounds, they will fight.

    Legally if Yellow cabs leases the PED EAST pick up spot, they should have exclusive rights to pick up at that spot. Anybody else trolling there would be poaching or taking food out of their mouths. Tijuana government should prosecute those who broke the laws instead of unfairly banning all of them from their contractual rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    Been reading and hearing a lot about the Yellow Cab ban. I try not to tell them I'm taking uber just just ignore or just keep walking. I suspected this would happen sooner or later. Glad they are banned but I am also hearing that a judge is siding with them in court. Normally I walk a way bit down towards Pueblo Amigo Hotel so I can avoid them all together. Be safe everyone.

  6. #1412

    Can we add the the Yellow Cab drivers too?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hargow20  [View Original Post]
    According to this article 26 people were killed in the first of July and 793 so far in 2017. This a sign that we all need to be extra careful. I have been seeing fewer Ratero's around. But they are still around. When the crime is on the rise the bandito's come out and rob people....!!

    https://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/...-year-history/
    Been reading and hearing a lot about the Yellow Cab ban. I try not to tell them I'm taking uber just just ignore or just keep walking. I suspected this would happen sooner or later. Glad they are banned but I am also hearing that a judge is siding with them in court. Normally I walk a way bit down towards Pueblo Amigo Hotel so I can avoid them all together. Be safe everyone.

  7. #1411

    Warning: Crime is on the rise again in Tijuana

    According to this article 26 people were killed in the first of July and 793 so far in 2017. This a sign that we all need to be extra careful. I have been seeing fewer Ratero's around. But they are still around. When the crime is on the rise the bandito's come out and rob people....!!

    https://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/...-year-history/

  8. #1410

    Squirting Holes

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Don't you have at least 4 squirting holes on your body, personally donated by LAPD and chief Charlie Beck?
    Sir! My squirting holes have to do with an entirely different kind of gun!

  9. #1409

    Holes on your body

    Count again after your ducking and running.

    Don't you have at least 4 squirting holes on your body, personally donated by LAPD and chief Charlie Beck?

    Quote Originally Posted by WombatEd2  [View Original Post]
    Whadayamean "every time"? I've been arrested four times, and they only shot and killed me once! (ducking and running).

  10. #1408
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    I wish our fine LA PD cops and LA Sheriffs were trained by Tijuana policias in human relation so they stop shooting every suspect every time.
    Whadayamean "every time"? I've been arrested four times, and they only shot and killed me once! (ducking and running).

  11. #1407

    Tijuana's alcohol check point on Benito Juarez

    Friday night I went to Tijuana, hanging out in HK with a newbie. Had a good time, drinking 4 beers between 9 to 12. By midnight I was driving back towards the border. There was very little traffic on the streets and no poilcias' presence. I gave him instructions how to deal with policias and to hold his cash and wallet in his hand if stopped and searched. I was crowing how nice, quiet, peaceful Tijuana's streets were after midnight.

    We were on Benito Juarez, approaching Negrete, where it splits 3 ways to Tecate, Col Federal and Ruta Rapida, I saw a couple trucks with flashing yellow beacons parked at the curb. I knew it was an alcohol check point that I had been pulled in a couple months back. The cops were setting up their yellow traffic cones. At that confrontation, the cops did not speak one word of English and I understood nada their Spanish instructions, but they were patient and polite, never rough or intimidating. I got through the breath test without feeling any fear or anger of being mistreated. The young nurse in the medical truck, who operate the breath analyzer, was actually attractive and good-looking. Fuck, I wish our fine LA PD cops and LA Sheriffs were trained by Tijuana policias in human relation so they stop shooting every suspect every time.

    This time I had 4 beers and was worried if I would pass their test for 0.05 BAC. I was looking to avoid the check point by turning South and cross over the Tijuana river to Ave Padre Kino and the SENTRI lane. I have a very good GPS device and just cannot get lost anywhere in Mexico. But lucky it was exactly midnight and they were not ready to stop cars. Their cones left open 1 lane to Colonia Federal which I just quietly sneaked past. Hehehe.

    The wingman had walked across the border and cabbed to Tijuana a few times, but he was very impressed how quickly, smoothly and effortlessly we crossed the border back and forth in our own car, comparing to the hassles of hoofing, cabbing, sweating and fucking around with Mexican Immigration and cabbies, just to get to La Zona Norte to have our sexy trysts with sweet, pretty, good-looking, good-smelling young girls.

  12. #1406

    Useful for Tijuana

    For the bros to stay safe on the long drive to Tijuana.

    Quote Originally Posted by Member#2041  [View Original Post]
    Lots of important Tijuana info in this post.

  13. #1405
    Lots of important Tijuana info in this post.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Watch the video how 2 drivers got pissed off, swerving to hit each other and caused a major accident.

    Looked like the motorcyclist kicked a car which swerved to hit him, but instead lost control, hit the concrete median on the left, crossed over concrete barrier on the right, rammed a SUV on the left rear side and rolled it over. The motorcyclist quickly sped from the scene. The drivers in this nasty confrontation can be easily identified and will likely facing serious felony charges.

    The car looked like an old Nissan Altima, the SUV was a Honda Ridgeline. They were traveling only about 60 MPH, but you can see how cars can easily become unstable, uncontrollable and SUVs can easily roll over in emergency maneuvers. I have seen it happen to a brand-new Lincoln navigator, the largest SUV ever, weaving in traffic at about 50 MPH right ahead of my car.

    Of course I have seen 1 or 2 Suzuki Samurais rolled over on busy, straight, dry freeway. One guy I know was merging slowly into a freeway in his big Toyota SUV. He ran over something that deflated his right front tire, rolling his SUV on its top. He was upside down in his SUV with blood streaming down his face, watching oncoming traffic. Lucky the drivers avoided hitting him or he could be dead.

    Sharing lanes between cars and motorcycles can be stressful and can antagonize people. This year a young woman in San Diego chased down and ran over a US Navy warrant officer riding home on his motorcycle. She was convicted of manslaughter 1, doing a few years in state prison. The bros are urged to swerve and change lanes gently to avoid losing control of their cars, and to ignore rude, offensive drivers to avoid potential violent confrontations and accidents, especially on both sides of the US Mexico borders. There is no honor or victory to take on rude, ignorant, selfish on the road or anywhere else on earth.

    Stay calm, cool under all circumstances, and stay alive a long time to keep the pretty chicas in good company.

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/l...622-story.html

  14. #1404

    Road rage accident Santa Clarita

    Watch the video how 2 drivers got pissed off, swerving to hit each other and caused a major accident.

    Looked like the motorcyclist kicked a car which swerved to hit him, but instead lost control, hit the concrete median on the left, crossed over concrete barrier on the right, rammed a SUV on the left rear side and rolled it over. The motorcyclist quickly sped from the scene. The drivers in this nasty confrontation can be easily identified and will likely facing serious felony charges.

    The car looked like an old Nissan Altima, the SUV was a Honda Ridgeline. They were traveling only about 60 MPH, but you can see how cars can easily become unstable, uncontrollable and SUVs can easily roll over in emergency maneuvers. I have seen it happen to a brand-new Lincoln navigator, the largest SUV ever, weaving in traffic at about 50 MPH right ahead of my car.

    Of course I have seen 1 or 2 Suzuki Samurais rolled over on busy, straight, dry freeway. One guy I know was merging slowly into a freeway in his big Toyota SUV. He ran over something that deflated his right front tire, rolling his SUV on its top. He was upside down in his SUV with blood streaming down his face, watching oncoming traffic. Lucky the drivers avoided hitting him or he could be dead.

    Sharing lanes between cars and motorcycles can be stressful and can antagonize people. This year a young woman in San Diego chased down and ran over a US Navy warrant officer riding home on his motorcycle. She was convicted of manslaughter 1, doing a few years in state prison. The bros are urged to swerve and change lanes gently to avoid losing control of their cars, and to ignore rude, offensive drivers to avoid potential violent confrontations and accidents, especially on both sides of the US Mexico borders. There is no honor or victory to take on rude, ignorant, selfish on the road or anywhere else on earth.

    Stay calm, cool under all circumstances, and stay alive a long time to keep the pretty chicas in good company.

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/l...622-story.html

  15. #1403
    Quote Originally Posted by Bubby  [View Original Post]
    My novia and I were driving and ran into an alcoholimetro on Calle 9 a few blocks west of Revo. She was taken into the trailer and blew a. 48. The officer told her that at. 5, she wouldn't have been able to leave.

    Her cousin was stopped at one in Hermosillo. He blew a. 43. He got up to leave and they told him the limit was. 4. he was arrested. I think he ended up paying a multa of around 7500 pesos. Both of these occurred last year.
    Interesting. I wonder when it changed. I blew a. 04 last year and I figured I was well within the limits. Apparently not.

    Anyway, after that wonderful experience I Uber everywhere after the party starts.

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