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Just write “CONSULT” in the subject line with a short list of questions/talking points to: [email protected]#5- Visit me Johnny (and expat super blogger John Galt) at so its best not to open your mouth or laugh when you see how nutty and illogical the locals react to that stuff.
Never forget that Latins take signs, omens, shamans and neighborhood witches (Brujas) quite seriously.