Freedom: A Moving Target (Reflections From A Dozen Years In Mexico)Jim Karger
The Dollar Vigilante
Oct. 09, 2013
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I love living in Mexico. The “live and let live” culture here works for me. When I arrived a dozen years ago, I felt free. I felt the joy of being left alone, of not fearing making an inadvertent mistake that might cost my money or my freedom. Except for physical violence, there wasn't much that was really prohibited here.