The Question On Everyone’s Mind Should Be How Did The Haitians Get To Mexico
12,000 Haitian migrants crossed the boarder into Texas Thursday. 14,000 more today. They expect an additional 8,000 migrants to arrive in the coming days. They are flooding into the Texas border cities and causing a crisis. So far 35,000 Haitians have come to America and are hanging out. How are they going to be fed or housed? Are they being checked for COVID…..NO. Are they being vaccinated…NO.
On Friday, Del Rio Mayor Bruno Lozano declared a local state of disaster and said the city is closing the toll booths on the international bridge connecting the city to Ciudad Acuña to halt traffic across the bridge, as a security measure.
Now the question is how did they get to Mexico? Was it by boat, plane or like Jesus walking on water? The distance from Haiti to Mexico is 3,177 kilometers. This air travel distance is equal to 1,974 miles. If you travel by an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Haiti to Mexico, It takes 3.53 hours to arrive. Oh yeah, you also need a visa. A Haitian would need to carry three documents: a Mexico Tourist Card, a Mexican Tourist Visa, and a Haitian passport. The Mexican visa is legal permission that allows your entry as a foreign national into the country.
Someone is paying for these people to come here, that much is obvious. The question is who and why? More importantly was has our incompetent President gone on vacation?
Curious minds want to know, when is enough, ever enough.
Did You Set Your Clock Forward? Daylight Saving Time Begins Today
The official time change will take place at 2 a.m. this morning, with clocks jumping forward to 3 a.m. to observe daylight saving time.
Under provisions of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which amended the Uniform Time Act of 1966, daylight saving time begins every year on the second Sunday in March. That time change will remain in effect until the first Sunday in November, under the law.
The change will push sunset to nearly 7 p.m., a barrier that will be broken on St. Patrick’s Day next week, according to officials. While we’ll see more hours of daylight, that’ll come with a tradeoff – one less hour of sleep.
Daylight saving time will end at 2 a.m. on November 5, 2023, for “fall back.”
The 2023 Winter Now Highlights Riki Skinny and The Lum Compact Power Bank
The 2023 Winter Now trade show has comeback to the Javits Center with some interesting vendors. The market featured many new and innovative products. Two of my favorite products were the Riki Skinny make up mirror and Lum Compact power bank.
Riki Skinny’s sleek and modern design will upgrade anyone’s vanity. The Riki Skinny is not only an amazing mirror but the best streaming device. The Bluetooth selfie function and magnetic phone holder allow you to take effortless selfies, quality Youtube videos, or follow along in makeup tutorials. No filter is needed when you use the natural light setting for selfies or makeup applications.
The Lumi Compact power bank the Glow Up™, is not only a compact mirror but also a charger. Just toss it in your purse or bag and it will be ready for you to use when needed. The Lumi Compact power bank holds a charge for months at a time. The power indicator lights always show how much charge remains in your Glow Up battery.
Does An Ex Deserve To Be Named? Well Now You Can At The Bronx Zoo
This Valentine’s Day, you can name a Bronx Zoo Madagascar hissing cockroach for your loved one. The original name-a-roach gift, comes complete with a digital certificate $15. Orders need to be placed by February 7, 2023 to have them in time for Valentine’s Day.
Looking for a unique way to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Bring your Valentine to the Zoo and spend the evening sampling sustainably grown chocolate at this exclusive after-hours program. Learn about the importance of insects in the production of chocolate—from cocoa pollination to soil health maintenance—and about the work of WCS with cocoa farmers in South America. You will also get an up close introduction to ambassador animals from some of the species these projects help protect! Ticket is for two. Wine and chocolate included for $120. These very crawly Valentine’s Virtual Encounter* will happen on February 11th.
There is also the full package this Valentine’s Day, complete with a roach tumbler, roach tote, a printed certificate with their roach’s name, and a very crawly Valentine’s Virtual Encounter* on February 11th, 12th, or 14th with a Madagascar hissing cockroach – and a surprise animal guest. This costs $75.
- Saturday, February 11 at 10am EST
- Saturday, February 11 at 4:45pm EST
- Sunday, February 12 at 10am EST
- Sunday, February 12 at 4:00pm EST
- Tuesday, February 14 at 12:45pm EST
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