Respect for the Turtle
So did Ranulfo and Pablo survive?
It was very rough…but, as of 2014, yes, El Palmar is still open for business.
In your face, naysayers!
Screw you, Wall Street!
Thanks for nothing, Washington!
They’re still alive!
And the best part is, they were saved by dirt. Literally—dirt.
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