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[*] posted on 9-16-2017 at 08:55 PM


Quote: Originally posted by JoeJustJoe  
I usually don't answer newbies with less than 100 posts, especially when they troll.


Your excessive count is as good a proof as any that quantity is immaterial to reality.

Exactly what was he trolling for here? He's warning us about a situation that occurs in many parts of Mexico. He even mitigated the accusations with an acknowledgement that it could happen in San Diego.

If he was trolling, the "fish" that thrashed the water with the biggest strike and swallowed it hook, line and sinker was...............YOU!!

Maybe he was trolling for your usual illogical argument ?????? :lol: That's a sure bite.

Your arguments never have any basis in fact. All supposition, all un-founded accusation, all the time.

Do you really think you have any credibility on Nomads, at this point? I can't see how. :?:



[Edited on 9-17-2017 by Hook]
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[*] posted on 9-17-2017 at 05:34 AM


Quote: Originally posted by Hook  
Quote: Originally posted by JoeJustJoe  
I usually don't answer newbies with less than 100 posts, especially when they troll.


Your excessive count is as good a proof as any that quantity is immaterial to reality.

Exactly what was he trolling for here? He's warning us about a situation that occurs in many parts of Mexico. He even mitigated the accusations with an acknowledgement that it could happen in San Diego.

If he was trolling, the "fish" that thrashed the water with the biggest strike and swallowed it hook, line and sinker was...............YOU!!

Maybe he was trolling for your usual illogical argument ?????? :lol: That's a sure bite.

Your arguments never have any basis in fact. All supposition, all un-founded accusation, all the time.

Do you really think you have any credibility on Nomads, at this point? I can't see how. :?:

[Edited on 9-17-2017 by Hook]


Bingo.....another nail hit square on the head.




LOCK HER UP!!
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[*] posted on 10-20-2017 at 08:58 AM


Just to add to this story I just happened to talk to Erendira police chief. I asked him about the Gang that lives there. Stealing motos , breaking in homes. He showed me on his cel phone 4 pictures of the gang members. So I asked why is this a on going problem you know where they live. He had no answer.
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[*] posted on 10-20-2017 at 09:15 AM


I understand there are no certainties in life, but... I believe I have a fail-proof way not to be robbed while camping in Baja. I have camped on the Pacific shores of Baja at least 200+ times without having a single item stolen. My strategy is simple, but it does depend on another persons schedule.

How I do it: Before every trip I make sure that JoeJustJoe is available. Shortly after setting up my campsite I post JoeJustJoe about 50 to 100 feet inland on my campsite (he needs to be far enough away that you can't hear him). His repellent effect is amazing, he even keeps snakes and insects away. One caveat, it's important to have a pickup truck so Joe can ride in the bed. Trust me, you don't want him in the passenger compartment.
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[*] posted on 10-20-2017 at 09:24 AM


Quote: Originally posted by Enrique2012  
I understand there are no certainties in life, but... I believe I have a fail-proof way not to be robbed while camping in Baja. I have camped on the Pacific shores of Baja at least 200+ times without having a single item stolen. My strategy is simple, but it does depend on another persons schedule.

How I do it: Before every trip I make sure that JoeJustJoe is available. Shortly after setting up my campsite I post JoeJustJoe about 50 to 100 feet inland on my campsite (he needs to be far enough away that you can't hear him). His repellent effect is amazing, he even keeps snakes and insects away. One caveat, it's important to have a pickup truck so Joe can ride in the bed. Trust me, you don't want him in the passenger compartment.


:lol:....but keep in mind, he rarely repels newbies with less than a hundred robberies!
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[*] posted on 10-20-2017 at 12:53 PM


Quote: Originally posted by willardguy  
Quote: Originally posted by Enrique2012  
I understand there are no certainties in life, but... I believe I have a fail-proof way not to be robbed while camping in Baja. I have camped on the Pacific shores of Baja at least 200+ times without having a single item stolen. My strategy is simple, but it does depend on another persons schedule.

How I do it: Before every trip I make sure that JoeJustJoe is available. Shortly after setting up my campsite I post JoeJustJoe about 50 to 100 feet inland on my campsite (he needs to be far enough away that you can't hear him). His repellent effect is amazing, he even keeps snakes and insects away. One caveat, it's important to have a pickup truck so Joe can ride in the bed. Trust me, you don't want him in the passenger compartment.


:lol:....but keep in mind, he rarely repels newbies with less than a hundred robberies!
JAAAAAA a good one:)
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[*] posted on 10-20-2017 at 01:16 PM


Quote: Originally posted by bajatrailrider  
Just to add to this story I just happened to talk to Erendira police chief. I asked him about the Gang that lives there. Stealing motos , breaking in homes. He showed me on his cel phone 4 pictures of the gang members. So I asked why is this a on going problem you know where they live. He had no answer.


Maybe he is protecting them.
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[*] posted on 10-20-2017 at 07:45 PM


I think there is truth to that from what locals tell me.
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[*] posted on 10-21-2017 at 05:26 AM


Quote: Originally posted by rts551  
Quote: Originally posted by bajatrailrider  
Just to add to this story I just happened to talk to Erendira police chief. I asked him about the Gang that lives there. Stealing motos , breaking in homes. He showed me on his cel phone 4 pictures of the gang members. So I asked why is this a on going problem you know where they live. He had no answer.


Maybe he is protecting them.



Maybe protecting himself and his family by leaving them alone. Might be some muy malo hombres.

[Edited on 10-22-2017 by ehall]
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[*] posted on 10-22-2017 at 04:32 PM


Meanwhile, back at the beach.......
Theft issues anywhere north of El Rosario are a fact of life and always have been. My first issue with stuff of mine growing legs and walking away happened over 30 years ago at Punta San Jacinto/Quatro casas area. I left it out and I paid the price.
Troll or not, the poster reminds us of some of the constant facts of life camping without locked doors.
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