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Daniel asks…

How do I get from Mexico to New Austin in Red Dead Redemption?

Hey guys. I just got to Mexico in RDR and wasn’t sure how to go back to New Austin. Thanks for the help.

Tijuana answers:

If u make a camp anywhere in the desert it should say somthing like “travel” click on that then open up your map and make a destination by clickin on where u wanna go on the map after that seach for like destination or somthing befer you pres “X”(on ps3) dont know the button for xbox but should automaticly get there

George asks…

If illegals could spend a trillion dollars in the economy, how valuable would they be fixing their countries?

Wouldn’t Mexico and Honduras etc. be begging to get them back, instead of making up maps for them to help them sneak in?

Mexico distributes maps to illegals

Tijuana answers:

You are correct, the Mexican government developed a great economic strategy. They ENCOURAGE all unhappy Mexicans to leave and try their luck in the US printing a pamphlet on HOW TO be an Illegal and avoiding our Border Patrols, outlining safety measures and gives locations of Mexican consulates so they can make their demands.

Illegals are not smart enough to realize that Mexico does NOT want them back. That’s the LAST thing Mexico wants. You see, Mexico does not send it’s best and brightest across our border. They EXPORT their unskilled, uneducated, criminals, and sick to the US in return, these losers forward CA$H back to their Mexican families and friends. The US has followed their exiting money trails for decades.

This is too successful for Mexico or their citizens to consider fixing what’s wrong inside their border. Remember these people will not correct the problems when US Dollars are their 2nd largest import.

James asks…

How do you insure your safety when traveling to Mexico?

I am planning a trip to Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, and I want to leave the resort at least once to check out the town. How can I insure my safety, considering that there are kidnappings in Mexico?

Tijuana answers:

Hi Kingfish, I’m sorry to see that only clowns have answered up until now. It’s good to see that you’re concerned for your safety, but rest assured that things aren’t as bad as the media paints the situation. Remember that they’re trying to sell newspapers and airtime, and nothing sells like a little bit of sensationalism.
A city like Puerto Vallarta is a very friendly city that thrives on tourism. It is also, as a matter of fact, one of the safest big cities in Mexico (by big I mean 200k+ pop).
Are there kidnappings in Mexico, yes, are there kidnappings everywhere else in the world, yes as well. The problem with kidnappings in Mexico that you are referring to are of the following nature: drug cartels get in a fight, and they kidnap/pick up a guy from another cartel that can give them intel and then they kill that person.
The other nature of kidnappings are ones were innocent people in fact do get kidnapped which is where kidnapping rings look for people who have a routine, get to know their routine, and then nab this person who can pay the randsom that is asked for. These rings are usually present where drug cartels are present. This is the case because many times they are the same people, or know the same people and therefore are located in the same place as the drug cartels. This means that the border areas are the more dangerous parts. But you’re going to be in Puerto Vallarta. One thing has nothing to do with the other. Not only do you not have a routine and hence predictability in the city you’re going to, nobody knows if you have any money. I would just exercise common sense, and if you’re walking into an establishment with people that would look shady in the US, then don’t go into that place in Mexico, either.
A different point of view:
Consider being scared about visiting omaha, nebraska because you’ve heard about how bad the terrorism in the US. Terrorism, terrorism, red alert, orange alert, al quaeda, taliban bla bla bla…All this talk, all this action, homeland security, and nothing has happenned on American soil for seven years, albeit the last time was TERRIBLE, but nonetheless the story the government sells the public isn’t reality, terrorists cells aren’t living next door to you, and taking more than 3 fl. Oz doesn’t mean you’re preventing bombs on airplanes, etc etc. But fear mongers have made a ton of money, just like members of the media make money off of selling you fear in Mexico.
Don’t fall for their gimics, don’t fall for the troubles. Think the problem thru a little bit and you’ll realize there’s no reason to be fearful. Cautious? Yeah, go for it, be cautious. Like in any city you don’t know anything about, go in pairs or groups, stay in well lit areas, and hang around where you see other people that speak english, etc. Know where you’re at in the city, take a map with you from the hotel gift shop, take a hotel business card so that you have the hotel’s phone number etc etc, all these are good preventative measures. Just don’t fall for the BS on tv though. I hope this helps, if it does, I’d apreciate the ten points, thanks!

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