Formidable 1 wrote:Just calling it like I see it.
Your threads have this common theme of putting one over on the working class Peruvians.
chi chi wrote:Bobby wrote:In Miraflores have you tried Las Canastas.
I have only been to Las Canastas in Tarapoto. It was quite good and one of the cheapest pollerias in town.
You should donate every three months and have it designated for you. The blood will expire and then right before the expiration date, it can go to somebody who needs it if you do not need it. I call that a win-win situation.mrsteak wrote:I have 0 RH-.... if I have an accident I'll die in Peru.
You cannot sell blood in Perú, it is illegal. Your comment is totally inappropriate. Try sitting in a Blood Bank with families that need blood for a loved one it is not a pretty scene.Slippin' Jimmy wrote:How much $ can you make donating?
jimdillard_NC wrote:Good morning,
Can anyone recommend a good family law lawyer in Lima? i already search the forum and found two:
Paolo Macassi (Macassi may not be her last name but i have her email)
Others would be helpful. Thank you.