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2023.06.09 17:07 matchcola Looking for Costa Rican and Panamanian Spanish speakers for an online study over speech perception and production
Hey everyone! I'm a PhD student in linguistics and am conducting a study over speech perception and production for native Spanish speakers who live in Costa Rica or Panama and have studied or learned a bit of English (you don't have to be an expert to participate, just understand it at a basic level). The study is over how speech sounds are produced and perceived across languages, and involves listening to a bit of audio and reading a handful of simple sentences out loud.
The study is completely on line, takes about half an hour to complete, and you will receive $6 USD over PayPal or Western Union once you finish the experiment.
If you'd like to participate or you know someone who might be interested in Costa Rica or Panama, please send me a direct message or comment here in Reddit, or fill out the form below and I'll reach out: https://forms.gle/6MQLz1YN1am64Scr9
Thanks a ton for helping out! :)
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2023.06.09 16:37 CyrilRocero Central River Heights, Winnipeg, MB - Realtor Services
2023.06.09 16:02 anononyny What is the most cost effective way for parents to sell a home to son
Before reaching out to a real estate lawyer, I’m trying to do some research on the most effective way for a parent to sell their home to their children.
I’m currently living in a condo and looking to upsize. Due to the current conditions of the market, my parents have graciously offered to sell me their home at a price lower than fair market value, since they are planning to downsize anyways. I’m an only child so they think of this as an early inheritance. However, my parents also need money to purchase a condo that they will downsize to, so we plan to sell the house to me instead of transferring ownership. This way I can get a mortgage from the bank and it will fund my parents purchase of the condo. I have a few questions:
- Does it make sense for us to structure the sale this way? For example, if my parents home is currently worth 1.5m but they intend to gift me 500k discount, I need to come up with the remaining 1mil. Assuming I can give them the 200k down payment in cash, and get a mortgage of 800k from the bank, my parents would receive the 1m from me upon closing which will be used to fund their condo purchase?
- What are the fees associated with a private deal? Just real estate lawyer fees and land transfer tax? Is the land transfer tax calculated based on the purchase price?
- Is there any benefit for my parents to sell me the house at 1 mil (or any other price) instead of the fair market value? The home will become my primary residence so I believe there won’t be any tax implications in the future if I sell?
Any insights would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Edit 1: my parents home is currently their principal residence. my parents intend to downsize to a condo which will become their new principal residence, while the house sold to me will become my new principal residence.
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2023.06.09 15:23 Mrs_Doutbfire 20 Best Countries for Expats: Costa Rica Made the List
2023.06.09 12:07 TheGeekyZoologist Jurassic World! The Hegemony of Biosyn (Dominion rewrite) - Act V (final post)
Acts I to IV are available in my previous posts.
Act V: Queenbreaker Returning home
Claire and Owen fly back to the US and in the arrivals hall of Reno's International Airport, they are greeted by a group of journalists who question them about the Dolomites Crisis, the role they played in it and if it's true that Claire and Wu, known to be sworn enemies, really did saved the world together. One of those journalists is Cassandra Landis (a character which appeared in my JW rewrite and TRQ, and some sort of minor recurring antagonist for Claire). When Landis asks Claire treacherous and inappropriate questions in addition to implying that she's a mythomaniac, the former park director punches her in the face in front of the cameras, knocking her out.
The end of Biosyn
Due to the death of Dodgson, Murdoch and almost the entirety of the board of directors (and its only survivor, Nathan Quinn, quickly retired from the corporation); the disastrous results of Auronzo valley's siege and invasion; and the breaking scandals, Biosyn is left leaderless, its stock exchange's value collapses and so does the company itself. The Cupertino HQ and other Biosyn installations across the US and the rest of the world are seen being vandalized and its anti-locust seeds destroyed by farmers during a protest.
In the DSD headquarters, Gibbon is having fun watching a parody video of Claire punching Cassandra Landis when Bigelow, who just returned from Italy, knocks at his door. They discuss her mission's failure, with Gibbon announcing he'll strip of her status by moving her to a simple desk job. They also talk about the mysterious attackers who raided the Citadel (Gibbon plans to blame the grey guards for the killings committed by those as part of the US government's anti-Grey Guard propaganda campaign) and Claire's various exactions in Auronzo (and more particularly the Hunting Lodge slaughter and the annihilation of Biosyn's board of directors), along with the fact that she and Henry Wu apparently saved the world from a GMO locusts-induced famine. Gibbon adds that people as idealistic and determined as Claire tend to easily fall in the dark side, create terrorist organizations, and that as a supposed world-saviour and charismatic figure, people will support or join her in droves, which might be quite a problem, moreover that empires tend to fall in her wake ("Who's going to be next after InGen and Biosyn?" he wonders); that following the Malta betrayal, the WDMC and the DSD are having some sort of war, and should Vuillier send Claire upon the DSD, the result won't be pretty. Luckily for them, the CIA anticipated the problem she'll become and started to move their pawns in preparation of Operation Queenbreaker, intending to make her pay for what she did to their ally Biosyn and put a spoke in Vuillier's wheels. However, after seeing Franklin in a nearby hallway, Gibbon adds that their conversation must remain a secret for the moment.
Bigelow leaves and Gibbon starts watching another video: Dodgson's presentation about the chips and the recording of the battle between the Carabinieri and the chip-controlled animals.
The DSD collects the testimonies of various people involved in the Auronzo Incident, especially those of Pellegrino and her men. When Bigelow realizes that the tyrannosaur freed by Claire is the same which killed Maisie, she tells her boss and he is satisfied by her discovery.
Soon, another division of the CIA launches Operation Queenbreaker. Online, agents spread the rumours about Claire's misdeeds with even extracts from the Citadel's CCTV footage (sent by Lucrezia Pellegrino) being put on the social media and new caricatures being made (depicting Claire as a bloodthirsty vampire or a rampaging dragon which kills indiscriminately). Meanwhile, a shot in the arm is given to the investigation about Claire's fatal errors when she was park director of Jurassic World and the misdeeds she committed during the Lockwood Estate incident and her missions for the WDMC.
The trial of Claire Dearing
One morning, Claire is arrested and brought to court.
She endures a humiliating trial during which all of her crimes, proven or alleged (fake news were thrown into the mix) are discussed.
One of Operation Queenbreaker orchestrators' most treacherous moves are having Karen, Claire's half-sister, testimony against her, claiming she's responsible for the death of her son Gray (which died in this AU, killed by the Indominus); and using Drummond's, Bigelow's, and Kayla's testimonies about the Dolomites incident, where the three of them said that a Tyrannosaurus ate Maisie Lockwood, to imply that the Lockwood heiress died because of Claire, as she released the very same animal which ended up killing the teenage girl. As being responsible for kids' death is a big no-no for the public opinion, Claire loses part of its support.
During the last session of her trial, Claire knows it's a lost battle and pleads guilty for the crimes she did commit (adding she'll "do it again" for the greatest good if needed) before delivering an ominous speech, in which she talks about the opposition between civilization and barbarism (how barbarism is Man's natural state. She uses herself as an example), Man and nature, how dinosaurs changed her, and why they fascinates and frightens us at the same time (according to her, it's because they are the avatar of a barbaric world to which the entirety of mankind once belonged. By submitting and exploiting them, it's like if Mankind tried to reassure itself about its superiority over Nature). She claims having seen the future, declares that the World of Men is ending and a new age is coming, that soon, the entire planet will become a new Isla Nublar, and that modern civilization will know the fate of Jurassic World. Having heard enough, the judge interrupts her and announce the verdict: She'll have a life sentence (in an earlier scene, a death sentence is discussed by the judge and some orchestrators of Operation Queenbreaker, with the judge saying he can't sentence her to death as it will spark massive outrage with possible disastrous consequences).
While Claire is escorted away, Vuillier contacts the WDMC's allies within the Costa Rican government. Outraged by what the government did to his de-facto wife, Owen tells his boss that he intends to accept whatever job the WDMC has for him in Europe or anywhere in the world but the US.
Sometime later, while public opinion is divided on the result of her trial (while some think she deserved this and is nothing but a bloodthirsty madwoman; others see in this trial nothing but political scheming), it's announced to Claire that she'll be extradited to Costa Rica, the official reason being that the biggest of her faults and the deadliest one (triggering the fall of Isla Nublar) happened on Costa Rican territory and that they thus want her locked in one of their prisons. Claire is transferred to Costa Rica.
The fate of Auronzo Valley
Negotiations about Auronzo Valley ends and a decision is approved by both the UN and the Italian government. It will become a true sanctuary co-managed by the WDMC and the local government.
Due to Claire's imprisonment, Vuillier proposes the position of sanctuary manager to Owen and the latter accepts, taking the position after his and Sigurd's emigration to Italy.
While conversing with Nyamu, Vuillier laments that Claire is going to rot in jail while she deserves better. Nyamu suddenly has an idea. He tells the WDMC director that Claire might still work for them, in a place where her ruthless nature could be used for their benefit and be appreciated, a place where she'll be "out of sight" of Odegaard and far from the CIA's claws.
A few weeks later, in the Women's prison of San José, Claire receives the visit of not only Vuillier but also Rodrigue Santagar, their ally within the Costa Rican government (and a character we met in TRQ) Santagar tells her that in exchange for the help she and Owen provided four years ago, the government proposes her to transform her prison time in community service. When she asks the nature of this "community service", they tell her it consists in joining the Grey Guard and remaining exiled in the Five Deaths for ten years. Despite her lack of military or law enforcement background, the Guard's marshal and its council of captains voted in favour of her recruitment as they heard of her prowess during the Fall of Jurassic World, the 2019 incidents and her missions as a field agent for the WDMC. Claire accepts, as she could be still acting in favour of dinosaurs, in addition to taking less chances of being assassinated in prison on the CIA's orders.
Gibbon learns this and when someone ask him if he's worried about this decision, he answers that the grey guards have a dangerous life and that with luck, she'll get eaten by a dinosaur or murdered by a poacher soon enough, before adding that they'll keep an eye on her. He's satisfied that the WDMC pretty much abandoned North America, leaving the DSD in charge of every De-extinction-related issues there.
Into the West
In October, Claire is brought by Santagar and a couple of police officers to Caldera's harbour near Puntarenas, where a cargo ship named The Wanderer is waiting for her and the other new recruits for the Guard. Seeing Owen and their son Sigurd on the dock, she gets emotional and the Costa Ricans let her join them for a moment. She bids them farewell, with Owen promising to visit her in the Five Deaths whenever he gets the chance, and then, escorted by the recruits' overseers, she embarks on the ship.
Owen and Sigurd watch The Wanderer depart and head west, into the sunset.
Epilogue Finally, the epilogue arrives. It consists of a montage of various scenes while Vuillier or Owen gives a speech which sums up the saga's whole story since the first Jurassic Park. Here's its structure:
- Introduction with our character declaring that the world has changed: Footage of the Sanctuary's raptor pack walking in a single file on top of some ridge while they cross the Alps. Their leader stops at some promontory and looks west, towards some lowlands. An attentive viewer will quickly glimpse Victoria in the file. We then cut to a forest where some wolves are eating a carcass when the Achillobators arrive. Both packs growl at each other and a fight is about to break out when a now adult Victoria suddenly arrives and stands by her pack. Outnumbered and intimidated by the larger predators, the wolves decide to abandon the carcass and flee, letting the dinosaurs take their meal; of a small fishing vessel somewhere in the Pacific being attacked and sunk by a Mosasaurus (while the adult featured in JW died, some of the WDMC characters talk about possible Mosasaurus sightings in the earliest parts of the story and mention the fact that a juvenile was also housed in JW when the park fell); of a military aircraft having an accidental and fatal collision with an InGen Pteranodon.
- The rise of InGen and the first de-extinction successes: Footage of the abandoned Embryonic administration on Sorna and Jurassic Park: San Diego; of Drummond wandering in the now deserted Lockwood Manor, exploring its museum and observing the model of Jurassic Park's visitor centre.
- The Fall of Jurassic World and InGen: Footage of the ruins of JW on Nublar and the former InGen HQ in Palo Alto (a location seen in TRQ).
- The downfall of other genetic engineering companies: Footage of some Mantah Corp complex (not the one from Camp Cretaceous' seasons 4 and 5. In this AU, the Mantah Corp island doesn't exist, thank goodness!); abandoned Grendel Corporation facilities in India and Cameroon; Biosyn's logos being removed in the Citadel by workers and other cleaning/doing repairs within the Biosyn facility.
- Loose de-extinct animals in the world: Footage of some Nasutoceratops in the Indian countryside; of a Spinosaurus (the one we saw in Biosyn's possession and which was carried out of the Sanctuary by the flood) swimming in the canals of Venice, arousing awe and wonder in locals and tourists; of a Biosyn Quetzalcoatlus flying over the countryside somewhere in Europe; a pack of InGen Compsognathus in some dark alley in sight of Hollywood, diving head first in the trash; a pair of Pectinodon in the jungles of Cameroon...
- Losses: Footage of the funerals of the Carabinieri who fell during the Battle of Auronzo; of Vincent Chapuy and a couple of other grey guards featured in this story in a memorial hall within Caer Draig (The Grey Guard's headquarters on Isla Sorna), melancholically looking at the names of those who died during the Maltese and Dolomites incidents (we also glimpse the names of some grey guards from the JW rewrite); of Drummond paying a visit to Maisie's and Theo's sepulchres in Lockwood Estate (Maisie has a plaque in her family's mausoleum while Theo has an empty grave outside near that of Iris', who died during the 2019 incident) ; of some room/hall/wing/laboratory in Stanford University being renamed after Henry Wu.
- The challenges and battles to come: Footage of Dougal and other WDMC field agents parking near the entrance of Mount Saint-Michel, running past fleeing tourists before looking up, toward the abbey at the top of mount, over which a Quetzalcoatlus (the same from earlier in the epilogue) is circling; of some unnamed genetic engineering company/ies creating new de-extinct creatures; of illegal exploitations and black markets.
- The importance of good collaboration: Footage of Guillaume Vuillier and his assistant Peggy Zubiri in the WDMC's new headquarters in Gland, Switzerland; of Drummond and Cesare welcoming Owen and his son Sigurd in Auronzo and watching dinosaurs in the valley together; of Kayla being shown her new plane and her and Bigelow going on some new adventure together (it's implied that Kayla now works for the DSD and that Gibbon changed his mind about Bigelow and decided to send her back on missions).
- The rampant Greed and Corruption: Footage of Senator Christine West in Washington, addressing questions about her close ties with Biosyn (she's in the middle of a corruption scandal) and walking away before being shot by a unknown sniper; of Giovanni Pazzi being dismissed from his position as Minister of the Interior after some whistle-blower (implied to be Viscontini) revealed that he was corrupted by Biosyn and warned Dodgson about the government's intents of taking Auronzo valley from him and arresting him.
- The looming threats and how Mankind's fate stand on an edge: Footage of Isaac Gibbon and other US government officials plotting in secret and DSD scientists working with embryos; of Claire, now in grey guard attire, standing at the top of a watchtower on some Isla Sorna ridge, looking at the ocean where she suddenly spots a suspicious ship in the distance (her eyes are seen ferociously locking on it); the final sequence, set at night, shows a Biosyn tyrannosaur looking at a town in the distance and letting out an otherworldly roar.
Thanks for reading!
I'm aware that I might have taken a few controversial story decisions but I think that's part of the fun of rewrites like this one, do what filmmakers can't due to various reasons.
Please, let me know of your thoughts. I'll be happy do have a debate about my work.
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2023.06.09 11:49 insolvencyguide 11 Caribbean Tax Havens
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2023.06.09 09:57 thelechen 25M - Working remote 20 days in July - Just stay in Costa Rica or add Rio (Brazil)
Been a huge thing on my mind - I have always wanted to go to Brazil but have never had the chance and other trips have come up in the way. Based in San Francisco so it's also quite far. I've booked a flight to Costa Rica where I planned to spend the full 20 days before having to go back to the US for a wedding. Now that I'm thinking about it though, I could fly from Costa Rica and kill 2 birds with one stone.
Issue is: Working 9-5ish every day so will not be traveling or exploring too much during the day. Normally 10 days is quite a bit of time but with work, I'll likely have a few hours in the morning to run around and surf, then work, then get dinnego out if lucky. So long excursions only happen Fri-Sunday. If you were me would you stick in Costa Rica for 20 days or add Rio to it? Also open a different mix of time spent (ie 13 days costa rica, 7 days rio). Rio just seems amazing, really want to go but also dont want to show up for 6 days, work most of it and then not see much.
Really torn on this one! LMK
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2023.06.09 09:55 Thelevigroup The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Home in Denver: Discover Property for Sale
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2023.06.09 09:37 afm1423 Change of use (rental to primary residence)
Doing some tax planning for my parents as they are retiring and just wanted to see if from what I understand is correct since they want to sell their primary residence.
Background: Parents have two homes one purchased 30 years ago and a rental property purchased 10 years ago.
They plan to sell their principal residence/my childhood home today and of course given this is their principal residence they will claim PRE and no tax on capital gains on their primary residence.
After they sall they may potentially move into part of the rental property (could also buy a condo or move somewhere else to retire) but assuming they move into the rental property. Of course this is considered change of use of the rental property and considered a deemed disposition at fmv in the year they sell the primary residence and move into the rental property.
However, they can elect to defer this tax liability based on subsection 45(3) and not pay capital gains until the actual eventual sale of the property. And file a letter applying subsection 45(3) in year of sale.
The part that I want to get some clarity on is that the election allows up to four years to be designated during the rental period. Does this mean that for example if my parents end up selling the property after owning for 20 years (10 years rental and another 10 years primary) the calculation for PRE means that when the property gets sold they can say 14 years primary and 6 years rental and upon sale the capital gains liability will be 6/20 years rather than 10/20 years?
If someone has any advice or knowledge on this that would be great. Just want to confirm, parents don’t have to pay a deemed disposition tax liability immediately and defer until it is sold and they can get an extra 4 years as principal residence.
Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.09 08:06 erik404 Dealing with extreme humidity and salt. Proposed solution with product designed for AC's. Would like feedback.
I have the following issue I need to resolve.
I moved to the south pacific side of Costa Rica and I live in the jungle and near the ocean, the humidity is what you can expect from a tropical rainforest and the moment of this writing it is 94%. Rust is a major issue, and everything metal that is not treated properly rusts away in months.
I have brought my modular gear and various other synths and equipment with me, and for now this is still packed away in bags and suitcases, not exposed too much to the harsh climate here.
The house I am renting has a small room in which I installed a tiny AC to keep the temperature relatively stable. I build a nice desk and I can not wait to set up my music equipment and start jamming again (it has been 18 months).
Installing the AC was a simple first step to create an environment where my gear will not be ruined within months, but I am not there yet. I am waiting on my Hygrometer Amazon order and verify the humidity in the room. If it does not drop below 70% (which I doubt) I will consider the purchase of a dehumidifier. Though, I am wondering if a dehumidifier can keep up with the humidity here, so I am researching different solutions. Also, electricity is not cheap and I have to deal with a lot of power outages, so relying solely on an AC and dehumidifier will not be optimal.
So far, in my research, I have learned that the major issue is condensation. Major temperature fluctuations create condensation, and the salt particles accelerate the forming of rust. I am going to throw some desiccant pouches in my Tiptop Mantis case, but also this will not be enough.
I have found a product called "Action Corrosion HVAC-R" which is designed to keep AC units from corroding. It is a product that adds a protective non-conducting (!!!!) layer over PCB boards. The product demo movie shows the guy spraying water over a live PCB boards that runs 125v, later he touches a bolt that has 125v on it. Because the protective layer is non-conducting, there is no short-circuit created. He also states that the product does not affect the heat transfer capabilities. It almost sounds too good to be true.
Demo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRDFsdDLMVQ&t=374s
I can imagine myself using this product on my modules. Have every input/output connected so I won't ruin the parts that need to be conductive, and could look for a product that can help keep the ins/outs free of moisture/damage.
I would like some feedback on the problem I am facing and the proposed solution. Any other comment about the issue, information or experience is more than welcome!
Thanks in advance,
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2023.06.09 07:32 Cute-Ad893 Duke 390 steering damper
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Hello guys! I'm kinda new to riding (have been for at least a year, also, I'm not a native English speaker) I just bought a 2018 Duke 390 and I'm using it like somewhat of a racing naked bike, it is already tuned, forged, PowerTronic installed combined with annitori sensors for the quickshifter and all of that. Bike makes about 65hp atm (not thinking on getting more, i don't want to brake it..yet) so I was wondering on how to install a steering damper and couldn't really find any info on the net, the thing is the Bike is the NG model with the TFT display and the adapter that we have available in Costa Rica is not compatible with My bike. submitted by Cute-Ad893 to KTM [link] [comments]
I would love to know if You guys happen to hace any info about it, anywere to order or if there is a way to actually do it with the OG adapter without having to mess the bike as much, posting a pic of the Bike if anyone wants to check My baby haha
I really do appreciate any help and again sorry for My broken English..
2023.06.09 06:19 amburger_0 Itinerary help: Manuel Antonio and Corcovado
Spending July 16-26 in Costa Rica! Anyone with experience, is my itinerary too ambitious/involve too much driving for my limited time?
July 16th we arrive at San Jose Airport at 1PM, renting a car and then making the drive to Manuel Antonio where we will spend 4 nights.
July 20th make the drive to Puerto Jiminez
July 21st Osa Wild 2 night/3day excursion at Corcovado
July 23rd return to Puerto Jiminez, stay overnight
July 24th Start drive back towards San Jose, stay overnight somewhere to break up the drive
July 25th San jose
July26 2pm departure
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2023.06.09 04:26 Downtown_Chemist_768 TKL Alphabet Day 7
2023.06.09 04:22 AdUnhappy7738 TKL Alphabet Day 7
2023.06.09 03:03 DannyW92 Z50 + Z DX 50-250 is a great travel companion
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2023.06.09 01:49 No_Nefariousness8879 Virgin birth of crocodile recorded for the first time in Costa Rica, revealing the ability to reproduce without mating after 16 years of isolation.
2023.06.09 01:13 sirvoon Donald trump dox
2023.06.09 00:53 CyrilRocero Centennial, Winnipeg, MB - Realtor Services
2023.06.09 00:36 tkdeveloper Renting Condo at a loss and moving provinces
My partner and I purchased a 1+1 Condo near downtown in mid 2021 for $700,000. This also included a locker and underground parking. Our mortgage payment is $2,980 + $520 Condo Fees, and interest rate is 2.29% fixed until mid 2026. Currently owe $640,000 on the mortgage.
My partner and I are thinking about moving back to our home province and are trying to figure out what our options are. Initially we were looking at selling, but given the market and some recent sales in our area we would be looking at taking a loss.
What we are considering now is renting out the unit. We would also be moving in with some family in our old province that just built a house to give us time to save for a downpayment there. Based on other units renting in our area, we should be able to get around $2,800. This immediately puts us at a ~700 out of pocket each month. Then when we add in property management, tax, insurance, it would like be around ~1,000 out of pocket each month.
However that would still allow us to save money quicker while continuing to build equity. Our household income is about $210,000. Based on renting our unit we should be able to save around $6,000 per month after all monthly expenses.
Wanted to see if this makes sense.
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2023.06.09 00:06 XiTzCriZx Why are the richest looking houses the ones that leave little to no tip?
Haven't been doing this for very long yet but all the orders I've gotten that only pay $2.50-3.50 are always giant $200,000+ houses, like you really can't afford to tip when you have a porsche sitting out front?
Haven't had an issues with the low tippers unlike a lot of people here and I only take ones that low if it's around 1 mile away, there's basically no high paying orders in my area so avg is $2/mi, even though most of the people ordering probably make more in a day than I do in a month.
Edit: Since it seems like yall are all in Cali, this
is what many of the homes I'm talking about look like, it seems they're called condo's not houses so maybe giant was a bit of an overstatement, my bad. The ones closer to me I can't find any listings for online, but they usually have 2 car garages so maybe $300k instead of $200k, as I said in a comment the number was based off of the only house I saw with a for sale sign on it and I can't remember where exactly that one was.
Many jobs over here only start at $10-12/hr and our minimum wage is still only $7.25 so for a lot of people here, those are some pretty expensive homes, especially when you're trying to save up in an overpriced apartment.
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2023.06.08 23:55 Natural-Put6489 Retirement in Panama
I will be retiring soon and I'm thinking of living in panama. Aside from the humidity I hear it's a very nice place to live . I envision beautiful greenery, a small house with enough land for a garden a chicken coop and maybe a horse . I don't want a big city just a little town that can provide the conveniences of living. I've read Costa Rica and Panama are some of the best choices to retire. Can anyone expound on their experiences in living in Panama !
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2023.06.08 23:43 m2spring bank transfer to tramiteya.go.cr for digital nomad visa application in Costa Rica?
I am preparing an application for a digital nomad visa for Costa Rica via https://tramiteya.go.c
I am trying to pay the deposit of $100 by bank transfer via Wise
to the account given by the tramiteya.go.cr web site.
They give only an IBAN (CR15015201001024248003), but Wise wants more details
about the recipient:
- name of the organization ("Dirección General de Migración y Extranjería"?),
- their email address,
- and, probably most important, 10-digit organization registration number.
Where could I possibly find these?
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