The following love display (below picture) was taken in front of a mall Avenida Escazú I went to in San Jose Costa Rica:
While in Mexico Acapulco last week I took the following shot. Zoom in and you will find the reasons why Acapulco shops are half empty! You will see police standing in back of pick up trucks with machine guns and you will see navy troops walking by. You will also note no customers in the restaurant and for rent signs across the street. Should you be Mexican I would advise to vote out the government until this changes. There is no need for that kind of intimidation:
Talking about government stupidity the USA has a central banking system run by a private group of shareholders called the Federal Reserve and has not much to do with the government except the President can pick the chairman. Listen to this former insider Danielle DiMartino Booth speak in this short video clip. To quote her around 35:00 minute mark "The tools they have tried to use haven't worked, it's time for the fiscal authorities to do something and the reason we are in this soup we are in, is because Ben Bernanke tried so hard to offset what congress refused to do for so many years, that now central bank has boxed itself into a corner" "sometimes inefficient players have to go out of business in order to clear the playing field for the next generation of innovation to come alive" :
The below picture is in front of my hotel as I stay in San Jose before heading to the coast and rain forest. Zoom in and see the statue of a couple embraced in dance, maybe this attitude is what is making me fall in love with Costa Rica:
Great short video clip below about major global banks being bankrupt:
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One last short YouTube clip for those following bitcoin and steemit, here Max Keiser talks to Jeff Berwick in second half about steemit: