May 24, 2005, 2:23 PM
Post #37 of 54
Devious intelligence?! I love that.
Re: [gringal] no, thank you
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I confess a certain glee in bugging the San Miguel moderator. It is true. Color me guilty. It is also totally justified. I cannot reply in exquisite and accurate detail here in public as to the reason for that. It would be unseemly and ungentlemanly. I was reared in Georgia.
And I cannot reply in a private message because you have cut yourself off from our world.
And, no, I very rarely get hot private responses to my postings. Truly. I get quite a bit of hoo-rahs, however. You would be surprised. The unpleasant ones are almost exclusively on the public forum. And I enjoy them.
I troll a tad, it is true, mostly there with you San Miguelites. And the trolling quite often brings up interesting things and responses. Dark fishes from the deep. It makes for fun reading for me and for our other friends here. It cannot all be about bank accounts and what highway to take to wherever.
Some, sure. But not all. I like a mix, and I think others do too. Useful information and a little entertainment on the side. You confess finding it amusing too! And, then in the same sentence, you say it adds nothing to the site. Which is it? Amusing or a waste of space? You have confused me now.
I find San Miguel a very interesting phenomena, and the people who settle there very interesting, too, in an odd way. The fact that they are so sensitive is fun, too. Perhaps, on occasion, I overdo.
In any event, I regret you are so deep into the cave that a private message to you is impossible. I could explain. You seem a reasonable woman. You would soon be my cohort.
You asked about this last night on the San Miguel side, which is the more appropriate spot for this exchange. I was going to respond to you this morning, but I awoke to find that we had all been discarded. You, too! Swept clean away. The Great White had glided through.
From Tzurumutaro, Michoacan, "The Village of the Darned."
The nuts and bolts of moving to Mexico:
The dark side of living in Mexico:
Scintillating life in a Mexican pueblo:
(This post was edited by palomares on May 24, 2005, 4:27 PM)