Friday, April 03, 2009

Spillover

Luckily, SUNY Binghamton's spring break starts today, so while most of the students weren't down here in Mexico, they at least were probably out of Binghamton.

6 comments:

Jim Cook said...

I loved your Spring Break column on the silly hysteria about safety in Mexico. I forwarded it to a couple of hundred friends in Mexico, the US, and Canada and the reaction has been universally positive.

My wife and I are expats living in Ajijic on Lake Chapala and are planning visit Quetetaro in May 15-18. We'd love to meet you for a cup of coffee while we're there. Our email is jimncarole@hotmail.com

Also, I have a photojournal blog on our adventures in Mexico at www.cookjmex.blogspot.com

Drop me a line if you'd like to get together when we visit.

Jim Cook

radosh said...

Even for you, that's fucking dark.

Burro Hall said...

Too soon?

Anonymous said...

That is so far away from the border, that it cannot be called a spillover, but a big tsunami kind of splash...

Burro Hall said...

Well, it was an immigration services center, so there were probably a lot of Mexicans in the area.

mexfiles.net said...

Guns don't kill immigrants... English classes kill immigrants.