Friday, September 10, 2010

Bicentennial Fever: Still Plenty of Time to Catch It

We suppose it says something about this town that they're filming a big-budget production about the War of Independence just a few blocks from here, and the only apparent set-dressing that needed to be done was to move all the cars out of camera range.



It probably also says something about the efficiency and punctuality of Mexicans that they're beginning to film a big-budget production about the War of Independence just six days before the bicentennial.

3 comments:

Que Viva Mexico said...

The Bicentennial Fever is at a fever pitch in Reynosa, everbody is getting out to celebrate.

http://espanol.news.yahoo.com/s/10092010/103/latinoamerica-fugan-85-internos-2-custodios.html

MÉXICO, D.F., septiembre 10 (EL UNIVERSAL).-Un total de 85 reos y dos custodios se fugaron la madrugada de este viernes del Centro de Ejecución de Sanciones (Cedes) de Reynosa, Tamaulipas, precisó la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública del Estado (SSPE).

Burro Hall said...

Perfectly understandable, historically-accurate tribute to the foundation of the Mexican nation: Hidalgo and the insurgents busted open a lot of jails during the war. Mexicans know their history, unlike a some of this blogs commenters.

Conan The Librarian said...

How does it feel to have your very own stalker/sockpuppet?

Chuck