Did anyone tell him that nobody lives in Detroit, much less goes there to see dead mexicans?
To: JoeProBono; Slings and Arrows
A Florida lawyer is involved on both sides of a lawsuit over a show of Mexican mummies that failed to draw visitors
Trial lawyers. Is there any stunt they won't pull?
posted on 10/06/2010 8:53:07 AM PDT
by a fool in paradise
(Ask yourself,where does Saudi Arabia fit on a scale of "passive" to "moderate" to "extremist" Islam?)
. . . and then were accidentally mummified in concrete
crypts, opened last year in Detroit.
Seems to me that, in Detroit, there have been many human
bodies that have been accidentally mummified, possibly
by labor unions.
posted on 10/06/2010 8:55:49 AM PDT
(I may not be much, but I raised a United States Marine.)
The Mummy Museum in Guanajuato is one of the "must see" attractions. I'm not sure that a bunch of dead babies would hold the same fascination on the road as it does in its hometown.
That said, Guanajuato is a very cool place to visit. It's a college town, an old colonial silver mining town and the birthplace of the Mexican revolution of 1810. It's truly one of the more remarkable cities I've visited and I'm eager to return.
posted on 10/06/2010 9:08:59 AM PDT
(freepo ergo sum)
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