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Modern poultry refrigeration techniques continue to sweep Mexico by storm

In a follow-on to last year’s photo of [dead] chickens on the move, my brother Tim snapped this gem while we were wandering around the Centro during his visit the other week.

I shudder to think what this truckbed might smell like sans-ice on a warm summer day.

I shudder to think what this truckbed might smell like sans-ice on a warm summer day.

We observed that the ladies (may they rest in peace) were being watched over by a singular guard wandering through the gutter nearby…

Señor Gallo was majestically putting out the vibe, in a manner as if to say "I am far too regal to end up in a dirty truckbed with other common foul".

Señor Gallo was majestically putting out the vibe, in a manner as if to say "I am far too regal to end up in a dirty truckbed with other common foul fowl". (updated to reflect proper spelling of fowl) :)

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6 Comments on “Modern poultry refrigeration techniques continue to sweep Mexico by storm”

  1. #1 landa
    on Jul 30th, 2009 at 10:02 pm

    my hub said ‘reminds me why i love this country…’. :)

  2. #2 Shane
    on Jul 31st, 2009 at 1:24 am

    Señor Gallo would use fowl, not foul me thinks.

  3. #3 Julie
    on Jul 31st, 2009 at 8:25 am

    Shane- valid point (note to self: no blogging while drinking wine), though I would argue that “foul” may just as effectively describe the state of that truckbed. ;)

  4. #4 April
    on Jul 31st, 2009 at 1:19 pm

    I think the mystery of our tummy troubles from our recent visit has been solved.

  5. #5 cubrikaska
    on Oct 6th, 2009 at 10:00 am

    Absolutamente con Ud es conforme. En esto algo es la idea excelente, es conforme con Ud.

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