Mexico

Finding Love After Loss: How I Got Shot by Cupid

Finding Love After Loss When John Galton was murdered, I felt truly alone for the first time in my life. It was mostly terrifying with some thrilling aspects that kept me barely motivated enough to keep going. Before his death he was the only person on this Earth who truly understood what it is to…

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Hustling: How I Survive in Mexico

If you’ve been wondering where I’ve been recently, much of my attention has been devoted to the hustle and living my life. Many people ask me how I survive down here and honestly it isn’t easy with the roadblocks I have like having no legal identity. That means no bank account or tax information which…

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8 Lessons Learned In My Year as A Carnivore

A few days ago, I reached the huge milestone of being one year into my carnivore journey. In this year I’ve experimented a lot and have come up with a list of things I have learned in this adventure that has gone from just an experiment to a lifestyle choice. I went carnivore for health…

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Choosing What to Share

Pretty much everything in my life changed five months ago when the murder happened. The list of what is the same is much shorter than what has changed: carnivore diet, love for cannabis, agorist lifestyle, my cat Satoshi. I went from living a fairly public life where I shared everything that happened as it happened…

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Temezcal: A Mexican Tradition Guaranteed to Fuck You Up

Photo Caption: This photo is of a different temezcal than the one I was in. This is at the top of a hill at Parque Papagayo in Acapulco.   This was written more than 3 months ago when I was still living in Acapulco basically hiding out from police and other potential risks. At the suggestion…

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Acapulco’s Archaeological Site: Palma Sola Petroglyphs

Acapulco has it all and one of it’s best kept secrets is the Palma Sola Archaeological Site.  The above photo was taken of me taking photos of the stones by the man I refer to as my gringo Dad.   I wouldn’t have even known this place existed if John hadn’t found it on Google…

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Acapulco Adventures: La Roqueta Island Adventure

I lived in Acapulco for three years nearly as a local but never experienced some of the special things Aca has to offer, like the island La Roqueta.   It’s pretty much empty save for a few restaurants, market and a military base.  It costs 70 pesos to get there by glass bottomed boat, which…

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10 Reasons Why I Still Love Mexico

One of the things I’ve written about the most in the last three years has been Mexico, specifically the city of Acapulco. You would think that I’d want to leave with all that’s happened to me since coming to Mexico, with everything that I’ve lost especially in the last few months since the start of…

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