Juan’s Story – The high cost of cheap prices

We came upon this taxi driver who started telling us of how, in order to build his family a house, he went to Texas to cut rock for housing facades, using a legal visa provided by his employer. Did this for three years, six days a week, 12 hours a day minimum.

Hope you like this video, which I did last week in Mexico.

Let me know what you think, either here on in the Youtube comment box. Please share it if you like it.

3 Comments

Filed under Border, Business, Global Economy, Mexico, Migrants

3 Responses to Juan’s Story – The high cost of cheap prices

  1. Linda Niemann

    Thanks for this, Sam. Seems like every taxi driver has gone to “school” over the border.

    • Richard J Drake

      Many thanks, Sam. I’m grateful for every opportunity to learn about other people–and ALL your TRUE TALES are about people, each with a name, story, and viewpoint I might never know but for you.

  2. R

    Loved it Sam!!!

    Un abrazo,
    Russell White
    Kent WA

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