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Zorba

Oct 27, 2009, 2:23 AM

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Re: [bournemouth] Questions and Concerns about Foreigners in Mexico

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I've had to think about this myself. And I've had to think about it in terms of what I would want my son to see or what I would want to teach him about life. It's definitely not as black and white as the OP proposes.

In the end that is probably what I will end up telling him: different situations require different actions. Use your own discretion.

I would bribe a cop or a government employee or whoever to get something done. No question about it. That's just the way it is done in Mexico like it or not. When that is no longer the situation, my approach will change. I don't like it. I would much rather Mexico had a strong rule of law. So, I guess you could say I look at it primarily from a practical point of view. Would you stop to lock the door of a house on fire?


(This post was edited by Zorba on Oct 27, 2009, 2:25 AM)


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