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Radio Show 563
Radio Show Audio
Descriptions for THE EXPAT FILES SHOW #563- 05-22-2016 (SUN):
What’s that “Gringo Advantage” thing all about? Well it starts with “boots on the ground”, when you begin to notice the missing pieces in Latin owned businesses and their lack of attention to detail. Yet they still manage to survive and some with amazing success. Get ready to ask yourself over and over… how can that be? Seeing all that stuff when the locals don’t is the awakening to just a small part of your “Gringo Advantage”
People in the first world say the legal system in Latin America does NOT favor the individual. That is, if one is suspected of a crime down here he is usually “guilty” until proven innocent. It’s not that simple and really depends on three important factors: social class, finances and whether or not you have an attorney to phone up…
Latin kids are well behaved, polite and respectful to their elders. That’s the solid opinion of nearly every visiting gringo. Yet Latins believe in corporal punishment- with 98% of adults reporting being whacked on occasion as kids. So what goes on here? Could there be a correlation? Nah, that would be way too un-PC to even suggest….
Some Gringos bring their bad first-world habits with them… please don’t do that!!
#5-Should you take advantage of the high interest rate bank CD’s that so many Latin Banks are offering? Sure, you can get up to 10% APR if you’ve got enough dough and time. But what’s the catch.. and the risks? Brazilian Real, Argentine Peso, Honduran Limpira, Venezuelan Bolivar.
Besides overtly sexy scantily clad women, you’ll never guess what’s being shown on Latin TV. Would you believe Latin lawyers up in the states have been prostelitizing on Latin TV, teaching illegals up in the states exactly how to evade ICE, US Immigration officials? It’s something average American citizens will never understand unless they can watch Latin channels and speak Spanish too… and that’ll never happen.
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