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Litter choking streets throughout Mexico
Houston Chronicle Mexico City Bureau ^ | June 24, 2007 | DUDLEY ALTHAUS

Posted on 06/25/2007 8:27:31 AM PDT by SwinneySwitch

Activists say public isn't only culprit — leaders and companies are also culpable

MEXICO CITY — Mexicans have become world-class litterbugs.

Soft drink bottles, snack wrappers, used diapers and cigarette butts clog city streets, rural highways and scenic beaches. Mountains of garbage stand sentry-like in empty lots and at the edges of bucolic rural villages. Discarded plastic bags hang in trees and dangle from cactus like bitter industrial fruit.

Not every Mexican litters, of course. And perhaps no one does so all the time. But enough of them do, enough of the time, that this nation of 105 million people is choking on its refuse.

Yet, there has been no concerted long-term anti-litter campaign. Only a smattering of Mexican towns and cities have municipal garbage dumps.

For many environmentalists, litter takes a backseat to fouled water, dirty air, coastline overbuilding, widespread deforestation and severe soil erosion. To many citizens, litter is all but invisible. And in the view of some observers, there is a lack of public responsibility.

"People see it as a problem that doesn't affect them, but it does," said Francisco Padron, director of a Mexico City civic organization aimed at educating the public on environmental issues.

Consider just a few impacts:

• Litter contributes to severe flooding in Mexico City every rainy season, which is beginning now, when discarded bottles and other trash clog storm drains. Each year the city government makes a plea to end the littering. And each year that plea is uniformly ignored. • "Uncleanliness" — primarily litter — ranks first among the complaints of foreign tourists visiting Mexico, according to studies conducted by the Tourism Ministry. • Haphazard roadside dumps serve as breeding grounds for mosquitoes, contributing to the outbreak of dengue fever and other diseases in rural southern villages. Environmentalists blame a lack of government programs and corporate interest for much of the problem.

Fines for littering are rare and even more rarely enforced. Few cities or towns bother to put trash cans in the streets. Even where public trash cans do exist, they're seldom emptied.

Mexican environmental officials say that only several dozen of Mexico's more than 2,500 cities, towns and villages have a landfill or other kind of municipal garbage dump.

"There is a lack of political will," said Jorge Trevino, director of ECOCE (Ecología y Compromiso Empresarial), an industry-funded group that manages recycling and public awareness campaigns. "There is a lack of infrastructure. In many cities, there is a lack of planning. There is nowhere to put the trash."

But there's also a lack of public concern or responsibility, Trevino and other activists say.

People tuck pop bottles into hedges, trees and lampposts. Schoolchildren drop snack packages wherever they please. Drivers of intercity buses instruct passengers to toss refuse out the windows rather than leave it aboard.

There's also little downside, either legal or social, for the litterers.

"In the United States, you have an authority that is watching. Here in Mexico, there is nothing like that," Trevino said. "If you throw trash on the highway here in Mexico, no one says anything."

Like many of its social problems, Mexico's litter epidemic may be anchored in a deeply entrenched political system in which citizen input has been discouraged.

Not 'their' problem Trash pickup in Mexico City and other urban centers has been free and largely controlled by labor unions, said Hector Castillo, a sociologist who studies the refuse industry at Mexico's National Autonomous University. Many Mexicans consider trash, including litter, to be somebody else's problem. "They throw trash in the street because that's why they pay taxes," Castillo said. "Somebody else picks it up."

Litter has become a global problem, of course. But societies like Mexico's, whose exploding and still-poor populations crowd into cities and consume packaged food rather than what they produce themselves, suffer the most from it.

"There has been a more dramatic change in the types of waste we are producing than in the culture of disposing of that waste," said Padron, the Mexico City environmentalist. "Trash has been seen only as waste and not as valuable material that can be recycled."

Padron and other activists say corporations have an obligation to figure out how to dispose of packaging.

"In a responsible economy, they have the responsibility for what happens to their wastes," Padron said.

Mexico has yet to experience a watershed moment that brings litter to the forefront of public consciousness, environmentalists say. And anti-litter efforts must be intense, sustained and widespread to be effective. Even then, there are no guarantees.

Don't Mess With Mexico The Don't Mess With Texas campaign, run by the state's Department of Transportation, is considered one of the more successful in the United States. Texas officials say the amount of litter has been reduced by as much as a third since the start of this decade. Still, telephone surveys indicate that as many as 77 percent of Texans under the age of 25 admit to littering, and 55 percent of all Texans say they do.

ECOCE, Trevino's organization, began a television ad campaign several years ago aimed at shaming the public into taking care of trash.

Dubbed "no manches," which can loosely translate to "don't mess with," the effort featured children chastising people for tossing trash.

The ads, which had little apparent impact on public actions, have been discontinued for other campaigns.

"The trouble is, we're the only ones doing this sort of thing," Trevino said.

Still, there are some hopeful signs in Mexico.

A tiny market for recycled plastic bottles is growing, with most of the recovered plastic shipped to the United States and China for further processing.

Two years ago, ecotourism guides and a television network raised a ruckus about the trash clogging the Grijalva River inside the stunning Sumidero Canyon of the southernmost state of Chiapas.

Local, state and federal officials mobilized an army of workers to clean up the mess. More than 1,200 tons of garbage were collected from the narrow gorge in a few weeks. The officials claimed victory.

Today, news reports portray the river through the canyon as trashed out as ever.

"It's a war without end," said Marlene Ehrenberg, the Mexico City tour guide and environmentalist who first raised the alarm about the Sumidero.

"I'm so tired and fed up," she said.

dudley.althaus@chron.com


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Mexico; News/Current Events; US: Texas
KEYWORDS: aliens; corruption; envionment; mexico; mexicoisacesspool
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To: Ol' Dan Tucker
Where is the crying indian chief when we need him!
51 posted on 06/25/2007 9:52:34 AM PDT by Holicheese (Zap Razdowler Rules!)
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To: SwinneySwitch

One of the former Little League ballparks in Vista, CA, started out pretty decent, including adequate public bathrooms. The officials of the league were continually trying to educate the Latinos to put the used toilet paper INTO the toilet and flush it down. Usually, the Mexicans would just discard it on the floor. We were told by several Mexicans that because of bad plumbing where they came from, it was normal practice there NOT to flush the paper. Yeccchhhh. Needless to say, it was hard to get the LL board members to volunteer for bathroom cleaning duty.


52 posted on 06/25/2007 9:58:05 AM PDT by RightField
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To: SwinneySwitch

“Litter choking streets throughout Mexico”

I have the Neil Diamond song “Coming to America” playing in my head.


53 posted on 06/25/2007 9:59:49 AM PDT by Grunthor (Once a cobra bit Fred Thompsons' leg. After five days of excruciating pain, the cobra died.)
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To: muggs

Memorial Day, my wife & I were sitting on our front porch, early in the morning, when a Hispanic man rode up ito our driveway on his bicycle. In broken English he said he was “new” here and would like to know if we needed any yardwork or housework done. We said no, we do all our own work and he left. That has never happened to us before. I assumed he was from the house 3 down from us that is now a rental and has a whole new bunch of Latino people staying there.............


54 posted on 06/25/2007 9:59:52 AM PDT by Red Badger (Bite your tongue. It tastes a lot better than crow................)
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To: SwinneySwitch
Have found dirty diapers on food shelves and parking lots at South Texas stores!

We've seen these people throw their entire lunch remains right out their windows.

It's disgusting how they are just trashing America.

This isn't ignorance, this is totally intentional, in your face trashing of America!

55 posted on 06/25/2007 10:01:06 AM PDT by dragnet2
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To: silver charm

“And Bush wants us to turn our country over to these people.”

Jorge deserves a huge kick in the ass for this and for even considering closing down Gitmo, caving in (AGAIN) to the f**king anti-American leftists. The man needs to grow a pair.


56 posted on 06/25/2007 10:02:39 AM PDT by Levante
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To: Aquinasfan

More than a smattering of Mexican towns are garbage dumps!


57 posted on 06/25/2007 10:08:46 AM PDT by Redleg Duke ("All gave some, and some gave all!")
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To: Levante

amen to that!!!


58 posted on 06/25/2007 10:09:27 AM PDT by silver charm (Duncan Hunter '08)
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To: AnnaZ

Ok. I’ve seen that at WalMart too! Damn chinese! Er uh. Mexicans!


59 posted on 06/25/2007 10:09:58 AM PDT by sam_paine (X .................................)
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To: sam_paine; HangFire
Another totally nasty habit of theirs is throwing their used toilet paper on the floor of bathroom stalls instead of flushing it. I guess this is a hangover from their lack of proper plumbing, and in L.A., in lots of restrooms, there would be signs instructing people to please flush it down.

This is HangFire's favorite cultural affectation. Not.

Blech!

60 posted on 06/25/2007 10:19:52 AM PDT by AnnaZ (I keep 2 magnums in my desk.One's a gun and I keep it loaded.Other's a bottle and it keeps me loaded)
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To: SwinneySwitch

We need to send the Native American on the Horse with tear rolling down his cheek to Mexico.


61 posted on 06/25/2007 10:27:08 AM PDT by zeaal (SPREAD TRUTH!)
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To: JSDude1

Yes, I have thought about that a lot. We could appoint someone to be Judge Advocate or something to that effect like they did in Japan after the war.

We take over their oil reserves and then set the oil royalties up like they are in Alaska, where the citizens get some of the revenue.

We might be surprised how many of them would return to their homeland.

From South Texas Lady who resides close to Laredo Texas


62 posted on 06/25/2007 10:27:15 AM PDT by South Texas Lady
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To: SwinneySwitch

This appears to be a cultural issue. The trouble with our neighbors coming in to live in our neighborhood (the U.S.)is that they bring their ‘traditions’ with them. That is okay for the most part but as stated in the article this attitude of ... “They throw trash in the street because that’s why they pay taxes,” Castillo said. “Somebody else picks it up,” seems to be taking hold here in the U.S. too.
[sigh]


63 posted on 06/25/2007 10:32:12 AM PDT by zeaal (SPREAD TRUTH!)
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To: Holicheese
Where is the crying indian chief when we need him!

Iron Eyes Cody is as big a phony as Jorge W. Arbusto.

64 posted on 06/25/2007 10:32:56 AM PDT by Ol' Dan Tucker (After six years of George W. Bush I long for the honesty and sincerity of the Clinton Administration)
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To: SwinneySwitch

Another job Mexicans won’t do.

As for the disgusting habits; they let their kids just do their thing naturally in the asles of Walmart and just leave it there. They also open packages of diapers and use them without paying for them.


65 posted on 06/25/2007 10:33:56 AM PDT by freekitty
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To: SwinneySwitch
Like many of its social problems, Mexico's litter epidemic may be anchored in a deeply entrenched political system in which citizen input has been discouraged.

What a polite way to say that they're pigs.

66 posted on 06/25/2007 10:34:28 AM PDT by OldPossum
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To: Holicheese
Where is the crying indian chief when we need him!

The real question is why do you support someone (Jorge W. Arbusto) who cares more about Mexican illegal aliens than he does about American citizens?

67 posted on 06/25/2007 10:36:07 AM PDT by Ol' Dan Tucker (After six years of George W. Bush I long for the honesty and sincerity of the Clinton Administration)
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To: SwinneySwitch
"It's a war without end,"

Here in GA the trash on the highways has increased several fold along with the Mexican "guest workers" of Jorje Bush. Though to give them there due, there are probably about 100 times as many Mexicans here as there were 20 years ago, and the trash levels are up less than 10 fold.

68 posted on 06/25/2007 10:37:03 AM PDT by from occupied ga (Your most dangerous enemy is your own government, Benito Guilinni a short man in search of a balcony)
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To: wideminded
Um ... That was 77 percent of Texans under 25. (and 55 percent of all Texans)

Darn Dollar Store reading glasses.

I thought the 25 was unbelievably bad, the 55 is just wild.

Thanks for the polite update.

69 posted on 06/25/2007 10:39:44 AM PDT by Mark was here (Hard work never killed anyone, but why take the chance?)
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To: SwinneySwitch
The Don't Mess With Texas campaign, run by the state's Department of Transportation, is considered one of the more successful in the United States. Texas officials say the amount of litter has been reduced by as much as a third since the start of this decade.

They replaced the "Drive Friendly" signs with "Don't mess with Texas" signs. Texas is now a little cleaner and has a lot more unfriendly drivers.

70 posted on 06/25/2007 10:47:49 AM PDT by Between the Lines (I am very cognizant of my fallibility, sinfulness, and other limitations.)
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To: SwinneySwitch

America, 2050. Thanks, George.


71 posted on 06/25/2007 10:50:52 AM PDT by Lonesome in Massachussets (I never consented to live in the Camp of the Saints.)
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To: silver charm

Thanks for your post.

It gives me no pleasure to post what I did, but DAMN! Why is President Bush caving into all these stupid liberals? I hope he wakes up and straightens out!!!


72 posted on 06/25/2007 10:57:21 AM PDT by Levante
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To: freekitty

Or the way some people pull their car up in front of your well maintained home and empty out the trash, including dirty diapers


73 posted on 06/25/2007 11:00:01 AM PDT by 1000 silverlings (Matthew 24:23 Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not.)
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To: SwinneySwitch

Mexico, Jamaica, Haiti....corruption run amok.


74 posted on 06/25/2007 11:02:46 AM PDT by 1Old Pro
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To: SwinneySwitch

“Litter choking streets throughout Mexico’

The same would be true of East St Louis, but how can you tell?


75 posted on 06/25/2007 11:05:40 AM PDT by gcruse
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To: 1000 silverlings

I have never heard of that one.


76 posted on 06/25/2007 11:12:23 AM PDT by freekitty
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To: freekitty

Yes, the other favorite spot to dump dirty diapers is the grocery store parking lot. My experience in LA anyway. One night while waiting in line to pay for groceries, I noticed a smell and looking down, there was a growing puddle. The woman in front of us was urinating while paying for groceries. Looking at my wife and I , she says, “When I’m in a tight, I’m in a tight”.


77 posted on 06/25/2007 11:16:18 AM PDT by 1000 silverlings (Matthew 24:23 Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not.)
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To: SwinneySwitch

“They throw trash in the street because that’s why they pay taxes,” Castillo said. “Somebody else picks it up.”

Next time you’re in, say, a Burger King, try this little experiment in ethnography.

Pay attention to which minority cleans up their table before they leave. Who leaves their trash behind for others to deal with? Hint: it won’t be the Latinos.

Now ask yourself how failing to be responsible for one’s own detritus manifests in other ways, and where the fault lies.


78 posted on 06/25/2007 11:18:00 AM PDT by gcruse
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To: SwinneySwitch

At the beach, you find them in toilets and urinals.


79 posted on 06/25/2007 11:19:12 AM PDT by stephenjohnbanker ( Hunter/Thompson/Thompson/Hunter in 08! "Read my lips....No new RINO's" !!)
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To: 3AngelaD

Same situation in Sacramento. If you ride Amtrak east, you go through miles of trash left by “the homeless”. Actually the RR will clean it up and in months, thanks to the liberal policies of CA, it’s as bad as ever. Then they spend millions on a bike trail and allow the “homeless” (aka America’s Most Wanted) to camp out on it.


80 posted on 06/25/2007 11:23:09 AM PDT by 1000 silverlings (Matthew 24:23 Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not.)
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To: ElkGroveDan

L A is a slum now.

Excluding the Westside.


81 posted on 06/25/2007 11:24:51 AM PDT by stephenjohnbanker ( Hunter/Thompson/Thompson/Hunter in 08! "Read my lips....No new RINO's" !!)
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To: RightField

“One of the former Little League ballparks in Vista, CA, started out pretty decent, including adequate public bathrooms. The officials of the league were continually trying to educate the Latinos to put the used toilet paper INTO the toilet and flush it down. Usually, the Mexicans would just discard it on the floor”

Seen this in Calif too many times.


82 posted on 06/25/2007 11:26:51 AM PDT by stephenjohnbanker ( Hunter/Thompson/Thompson/Hunter in 08! "Read my lips....No new RINO's" !!)
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To: Mark was here

Maybe it’s a Texas tradition. I remember reading once how President Johnson would throw soda cans out the window on his own ranch.


83 posted on 06/25/2007 11:26:56 AM PDT by wideminded
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To: 1000 silverlings
Same situation in Sacramento. If you ride Amtrak east, you go through miles of trash left by “the homeless”.

I saw this outside of NYC, but it appeared that most of the trash was tossed down embankments from adjacent roads. I figured that it wasn't due to the homeless but just dumping from people that didn't have garbage service.

84 posted on 06/25/2007 11:33:24 AM PDT by wideminded
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To: wideminded

What I saw was people pulling up with trash behind office buildings and unloading it in the WM containers. Then the “homeless” come along and collect the junk and spread it all over. Even if you padlock the containers they come with bolt cutters and open them, then to punish you, they spread the trash all over the property. I have seen the RR do all sorts of things to frustrate them, but people being people, they find ways around it.


85 posted on 06/25/2007 11:37:28 AM PDT by 1000 silverlings (Matthew 24:23 Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not.)
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To: stephenjohnbanker

The reason that happens. In Mexico, in the places that there are sewer systems and flush toilets, the systems cannot process toilet paper so there is always a trash can in each stall. When there are no trash cans, they just throw the paper on the floor. It is a disgusting habit and another indication that assimilation efforts are failing pathetically. On top of everything else, do we really want 12 million people in our country who don’t know how to use the toilet?


86 posted on 06/25/2007 11:38:02 AM PDT by 3AngelaD (They screwed up their own countries so bad they had to leave, and now they're here screwing up ours)
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To: ElkGroveDan
Ahh yes! The aroma at Van Nuys and Laurel Canyon enticed me to move to Aqua Dulce. Still had to go to work past the mess.

I left 9 years ago.

87 posted on 06/25/2007 11:46:23 AM PDT by wanderin
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To: SwinneySwitch

Comming to a US city near you


88 posted on 06/25/2007 11:52:33 AM PDT by ears_to_hear (Pray for America)
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To: SwinneySwitch

Been there, seen that. It’s unbelieveable. That disgusting culture is now invading our beautiful country.


89 posted on 06/25/2007 11:52:57 AM PDT by TexasRepublic (Afghan protest - "Death to Dog Washers!")
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To: SwinneySwitch
Have found dirty diapers on food shelves and parking lots at South Texas stores!

That's nothing. An acquaintance of mine who worked at a grocery store in the Northwest witnessed a woman change her tampon in the store and leave the used one on the shelf. But the woman wasn't Mexican. She was a Gypsy.

On another occasion a large Gypsy family entered the store, collected various food items, located an empty table, laid out slices of bread and began making themselves sandwiches from items they had gathered in the store.

90 posted on 06/25/2007 11:55:56 AM PDT by wideminded
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To: ears_to_hear

Street in Oaxaca Mexico

91 posted on 06/25/2007 12:03:29 PM PDT by N3WBI3 (Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak....)
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To: Sig Sauer P220
Get used to it in this country. Also, pigs roasting over a pit in the front yards of houses containing 20+ little brown people, with low-riders parked in the front yard

I had trouble for a while with one of my rental properties in Los Angeles where the neighbors were keeping the neighborhood awake at night with their cock fights.

92 posted on 06/25/2007 12:08:53 PM PDT by Cementjungle
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To: vaudine

Too bad it can’t come to a certain ranch in Crawford, Texas. The owner deserves nothing less.


93 posted on 06/25/2007 12:09:57 PM PDT by Cecily
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To: gcruse

It’s the Latinos in S. Texas, gcruse.


94 posted on 06/25/2007 12:14:49 PM PDT by SwinneySwitch (US Constitution Article 4 Section 4..shall protect each of them against Invasion...domestic Violence)
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To: 3AngelaD

” On top of everything else, do we really want 12 million people in our country who don’t know how to use the toilet?”

These same people are working in restaurants .......I rarely eat out anymore.


95 posted on 06/25/2007 12:16:17 PM PDT by stephenjohnbanker ( Hunter/Thompson/Thompson/Hunter in 08! "Read my lips....No new RINO's" !!)
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To: wanderin
The aroma at Van Nuys and Laurel Canyon enticed me to move to Aqua Dulce.

You think you've escaped by going to Agua Dulce? In the 60s they thought they had escaped to the boondocks by moving to The Valley. In the 70s escape to nowheresville was Saugus and Newhall. In the 80s Palmdale was "way out there". Keep looking over your shoulder, man.

96 posted on 06/25/2007 12:23:24 PM PDT by ElkGroveDan (When toilet paper is a luxury, you have achieved communism.)
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To: SwinneySwitch

litter is as much a part of the third world as disel fumes, dank water and plentiful tolerated prostitution and corruption.

not to mention the poor areas are owned by criminals, cops won’t even go in

sounds like my hometown of Jackson Mississippi but really much worse...


97 posted on 06/25/2007 12:25:27 PM PDT by wardaddy (on supervised release...btw....I know Trent Lott and he sucks......)
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To: VeniVidiVici

Trash from illegal alien campsites.
98 posted on 06/25/2007 12:42:53 PM PDT by SwinneySwitch (US Constitution Article 4 Section 4..shall protect each of them against Invasion...domestic Violence)
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To: SwinneySwitch

If they don’t give a damn about their own country, I can’t imagine why anybody would believe they would care about ours.

Personally, I’M NOT GOING TO LIVE LIKE THAT!


99 posted on 06/25/2007 12:51:09 PM PDT by wolfcreek (AMNESTY: See what BROWN can do for you..)
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To: SwinneySwitch

Mexicans are fouling their own nest and have a bad reputation for doing the same here. Such as throwing soiled pampers out the car door


100 posted on 06/25/2007 12:53:44 PM PDT by dennisw
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