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  1. Hi Paul
    You guys were great sooooooooo funny
    I good laugh before dinner today in Virginia.
    Enjoyed much!!!!
    Peace and Blessings
    L๐Ÿ˜Ž

  2. I watched it live then got home and had to watch again with wife. Almost pissed myself I missed some live please do this again I think most of us could watch the back and forth for hours.

    # get Gary back on lol

  3. Hi Gary, I’ve been to Thailand many times and unless and until they make it a lot easier to live there full time I’m not going back. The Phillipines and Vietnam are a lot easier as far as I know and I thought about checking out Baguio in the Phillipines and Dalat in Vietnam because it’s much cooler and less humid. Right now I’ve been living in Cuernavaca Mexico because I get 6 month tourist visas and it’s got good weather and cheap places to rent. I’d like to visit and check out Nha Trang and see if I would enjoy it there. I think I could get a nice condo there for about 4 or 5 hundy a month. I also lived for years in Vegas and there’s nothing to rent there that’s in a decent area of town for less than $1500 a month. Vegas has become crime ridden and not as attractive as it was many years ago.

  4. People always say there are 3 things you don’t talk about: politics, religion and money. Since you have free speech on your channel, I think you and Gary should do a video on these subjects. Some people would love it! You guys are great together. Loved the video.

  5. I wouldn’t mind visiting Dumaguette, but I don’t think there’s enough there to not get bored after living there a few months, but I could be wrong. I’d like to try Cebu, Manila, or Baguio. Have you ever considered retiring in the country of Georgia, I believe they allow an American to live there for 1 year on arrival. Also Costa Del Sol , Mรกlaga area looks beautiful, but I think an American can only stay there a few months at a time and then you have to leave.

  6. Hi Paul!
    Thanks for bringing your friend Gary. Great information about living else where than the usa, especially hearing from Gary about us printing money and up coming inflation in the next 5 years. God know where i will be.

  7. I like Medellin, being there 4 times, great weather, great people, in frastructure, transportation etc, but like he says one needs at least min spanish

  8. With language barrier in Thailand, it would be better meeting women in phillipeans, given English language
    I’ve being to Thailand, but never being to phillipeans

  9. The stimulus packages are scary, do it once and there will be expectations for a second, a third and so on, then they have bought you, you are told what to think, where to go, who to like/hate.

  10. Just s small correction for Thailand, you do not need vax shot. Just PCR Test and insurance. The proposal was to lower quarantine from 14 days to 10 days for Vax people. But with the 3rd wave now it seems 14 days for all. Great listening to you two !

  11. I don’t know why I’m boring you folks with this as I don’t tell too many folks but I lost my best friend lately and we spent our entire lives since kindergarten with this kind of banter and boy do I miss it

  12. You guys did a great show, funny. Here in SF the price increases are even worse than what Gary is mentioning. I paid $4.70 per gallon for gas last time I filled up. You can find gas here for $3.70 per gallon though if you look. Grocery prices definitely going up. All kinds of basic materials going up, metals, copper, lumber , and other. After the last housing bust, paper and lumber mills cut production , that is coming back to bite us in the U.S. Proctor and Gamble as well as Kimberly Clark have already announced that they will be increasing prices for anything related to paper products. It is no wonder what we are seeing with all of the government stimulus.

  13. Hey Paul, Iโ€™ve been watching for months and have decided to visit for a couple of months. Are the borders open? I would like to ,secure a humble dwelling and take my first exploratory sip. Fly to Cebu and bus to Dumaguete, right? Hope to hear from you. Thank you

  14. For foreigners Tagaytay City is a nice place to live or retired. You have a priceless view of Taal volcano, so many high end restaurant with the view of Taal volcano, budget restaurants its up to you. There is a Starbucks there overlooking the volcano. The weather is cooler because your in the mountain. A lot of fruit fresh fruit stands,
    grocery stores. The weather is cooler becaused you are in the higher elevation.
    You are just 1 hour away depending on the traffic 2 hours away in Manila if you need to go to the Embassy. You are closed to the nice provinces like Batangas (nice beaches & Resorts), Laguna and Cavite. And it is very safe. There is a lot of high rising condo for rent. So I would recommend Tagaytay City to foreigners coming from a Filipina..๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜

  15. Truth of the matter is when you’re on the sunny side of 70 (or older) you get somewhat jaded, burned out and disgusted with almost everything. When I first heard Gary at the beginning of this vlog I said, “Why am I listening to this shit…I’ve feel the same way everyday.” Eh…I let it roll as I started cutting my toenails, then something in his moaning and groaning hooked me. Listened to the rest of it and I was rolling . You guys got to do this more often. Life is a bitch sometime, but hearing how other people are losing ground too makes you feel pretty good your still on this side of the dirt. Nice work guys……..

  16. Enjoyed watching you both. Gary is hilarious! I changed my google to DuckDuckGo! So true, if you donโ€™t like it. You have to leave the Chanel.

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