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LIVING WITH MIKE RUPPERT IN CARACAS
COMPOUNDING PROBLEMS AND THE DIFFICULTY OF POSITIVE THINKING
By Carlos Ruiz
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November 2nd 2006, 3:54 PM[PST] – Some time after Mike touched down in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, his “Burning Bridges” article was the dramatic new addition on the FTW website. I was sitting in a local net café no more than a week after myself arriving in Chavez country from my native England – similarly, with no intention of using the allocated return flight home. There was hardly any suggestion, even in the subsequent two-part story, of the troubles involved for a 55-year-old making the move to a flamboyant (and often intimidating) Latin American culture with next to no knowledge of the language.
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