Skip to comments.Patrons eat at taco stand, as body lies
Posted on 08/13/2010 6:53:44 PM PDT by NormsRevenge
Patrons eat at a taco stand, as the body of a man lies on the pavement, in Ciudad Obregon August 10, 2010. According to local media, the man died after suffering a fatal heart attack. Picture taken August 10, 2010. REUTERS/Francisco Gonzalez Bolon/Expreso
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I have seen the same thing in bars after shootings, the police will take care of the body but the rest of the people have to get back to their business.
Wastin' away in tacoville. Some people claim that there's a woman to blame, but I think, it's a burriot's fault..
Strange people, strange culture.
Yeah, unfettered immigration from that country is a GREAT idea.
“Can I have the rest of that?...”
Coming to a taco hell near you.
Oh, c’mon. At least somebody didn’t steal his shoes, that’s progress.
Why is it there was a blood there? Did the person fell and hit the pave?
jeez... at least mop up the blood, some one might slip on it and sue!
To die for, dude. :-)
Reminds me of the punk band ,Fear”A man had a heart attack on the streets of Manhattan,he died there while we just stood there lookin at him.We didn’t care”
The Trouble With Harry
If life is this cheap to average Mexicans on the street, just imagine how little it means to the “sociopaths” in their drug cartels, kidnapping rings, and government.
All coming soon, thanks to the sociopaths in our government, via reconquista to a state or city or neighborhood near you.
It’s a nominally Roman Catholic society, with stress on the nominally.
Not everything goes better with a Coke.
But if he is dead what can be done? If it just happened moments earlier should everyone flee the scene, or should they say a prayer for the man and finish their food?
I once visited Cd. Obregon with an ex girlfriend who was from there. I may have dined there one evening.
The permanent pause that refreshes.
Actually, a similar thing happened in Tulsa a few months ago, only it was a Chicken Hut (near MLK Blvd.)
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