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Re: Muchos Gracias

Subject: Re: Muchos Gracias
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Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 10:33:20 -0500
I agree with Dan here. I also don't have lung or allergy problems, but
distinctly remember flying into Mexico City years back, and my eyes started
to water at 35,000 feet. I suppose it was from brown haze I could see below
that completely blanketed the city.
Last year, I also had the pleasure (it was fun!) of renting a new, "old" VW
Beetle in Mexico and driving around for 10 days. 

Original Message:
From: Dan DiBiase
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 05:48:04 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: Muchos Gracias

Rick, you need to talk to the federal government about that....
Specifically, the DOT... 

Ever been to Mexico City?? I have no lung-related problems, but when I was
there a few years ago, in January, when the air is supposedly at it's
cleanest, I had a hard time in the incredible smog. When you land there,
you cannot see the city for the smog until immediately before you land. I
am not a 'greenie' but I would hate for our cities to be as bad as Mexico
City from a smog perspective....

--- wrote:
> Greetings.

> "MGs Across the Border".  MGs for sale in......Mexico. In 2003. Six 
> dealerships already established...with hopes of up to 20 by the end of
> the 
> year. All thanks to "a trade agreement between Mexico and the European
> Union 
> that favours sales of European cars in that country."
> Let's see....they STILL make the original VW bug....thousands of
> American 
> jobs have found their way "south of the border" during the past years 
> (ie-Navistar) ...

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