One More Horror And Indignity In Mexico

You can’t imagine how I have suffered playing volleyball with athletic young women clad in thongs and tiny bikini tops. Fortunately I get to return to the overweight, pasty women in Maryland dressed in heavy winter gear.

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43 Responses to One More Horror And Indignity In Mexico

  1. Fred Wlech says:

    You should try to winter in Wyoming women are very scarce and the sheep are starting to get nervous.my brother flew into rapid city south dakota from pheonix last night when when he walkedout side it was ten degrees forty mile winds and right at the dew point hqe swore he would never live here again.

  2. shazaam says:

    Oh the horror…….

    You just might have those images engraved in your brain for the rest of the winter….

    (take some pictures for us…. Please?)

  3. scizzorbill says:

    Lucky you.

  4. Robertv says:

    And the dogs.

  5. mkelly says:

    I would think you can list the thongs & bikinis as a benefit of global warming.

  6. Mike Mellor says:

    I don’t believe you. I want photographic proof.

  7. Pathway says:

    A blog without pics is useless.

  8. ntesdorf says:

    Steve, we all want to see the pictures as proof.

  9. EternalOptimist says:

    you git

  10. Beale says:

    I’m really sorry for you – well, no, not really.

  11. Streetcred says:

    Tony, that is terrible discrimination that you have endured … you should file a victim of psychological abuse claim for compensation the minute that you get home.

  12. Truthseeker says:

    Observation without verifiable data is speculation.

    The proof is in the pictures …

  13. emsnews says:

    Head’s up: NOAA just announced that this year is the hottest year EVER. Seriously. Insane.

  14. Password Protected says:

    Perhaps Maryland can apply for some of that ‘climate justice’ fund, because there is an obvious injustice in the way Earth distributes tropical warmth.

  15. Vic Wieland says:

    I would say this demands pictorial evidence ( not the Maryland part )

  16. Eric Simpson says:

    Ok, for all those who want the missing photos, this is what Steven is talking about: https://www.google.com/search?safe=off&hl=en&site=imghp&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1025&bih=575&oq=mexico++volleyball+bikinis&gs_l=img.3…4488.13930.0.14341.28.10.2.16.16.0.234.1275.0j7j1.8.0.msedr…0…1ac.1.58.img..9.19.1319.Q21xcV19GBE&q=mexico%20volleyball%20bikinis

  17. Truthseeker says:

    I would have thought you would be thankful that the “overweight, pasty women in Maryland” are wearing heavy winter gear. Surely it would be worse if they were wearing thongs and tiny bikini tops?

  18. slimething says:

    What? No pictures? I don’t believe you…..

  19. Bill S says:

    Gail,
    I promise I will look at your Brazilian vacation pics too – just not as long perhaps.

    The consensus is 97% that we want pictures Tony!

    • Sorry, I don’t bring my phone to the beach. I do have some pictures of Mayan ruins and fossil corals though.

      • Bill S says:

        Well heck.
        Since I am a skeptic I have to give you a chance.
        Some pics of ruins and fish and purple toes would go a long way to establish your veracity!

        • I took a picture of my legs on the third day there. I can post it, but you will wish I didn’t. The effects from 300 mosquito bites look absolutely hideous.

    • Gail Combs says:

      My vacation pics were taken in Mexico too.

      It is El Sotano de las Golondrinas. We walked an old Toltec road to get there.

      • Jason Calley says:

        Darn you, Gail! I have wanted for decades to visit Golondrinas and you beat me to it. Looks like a great trip! An acquaintance of mine did the drop some decades back and told me that the experience of being halfway down was magical. She looked up and saw swallows circling overhead — then looked down and realized that far below her feet she could see more swallows flying around. It is not often that we find ourselves hanging in mid air with birds above and below. I think I am too old to climb out, but it sure would be fun to do the drop! Maybe a catapult at the bottom… 🙂

        • Gail Combs says:

          I did the drop in 1974 followed by a record breaking trip to El Sotano. We set the single deepest drop record. Then my ex got posted to Germany and a couple English blokes and I found another entrance to Pierre Saint-Martin that added 33 meters to the world’s deepest cave record.

          Those were the days…

        • Gail Combs says:

          I should add the pics are actually from a dailymail.co.uk article though I have some slides that are similar. (We were not as neat and tidy up at the top though.)

        • Gail Combs says:

          Practice at home with gibbs ascenders using a tree, a really long rope and pulleys. I climbed out of Golondrinas using prussik knots.

          The key is to have a really really comfortable sling. A seat and Chest harness that is attached so your weight is nicely distributed. That way you can take as long as you like to climb out and enjoy looking around. I made mine back in the day but I think professional slings are now available.

  20. emsnews says:

    NOAA just released the latest temperature maps for the planet earth.

    ALMOST ALL THE CONTINENTS ARE COLDER THAN NORMAL. Nearly all of the North American continent, virtually all of South America, more than half of AFRICA! As well as much of Eurasia are all well below normal.

    Only part of the Arctic Ocean is ‘above normal’ and Greenland (???). They even admit that Antarctica is below normal and it is now nearly summer there! Whoo.

    So, all the ‘heat’ is no longer hiding IN the ocean, it is now escaping the ocean and hovering over anywhere there are no land masses! And so the big meeting about global warming can commence so our rulers can yap about taxing us to save us from this heat that is only over parts of the ocean where nobody lives.

  21. Justa Joe says:

    We need documentary evidence.

  22. rah says:

    Well I’m glad someone is where it’s warm. Delivered 43,000 lbs of Nestles product in Pottsville, PA (North of Harrisburg on I-81)Monday evening then went up to Pittston, PA between Wilkes-Barre and Scranton. Not great truck driving country. One road on the route the GPS gave doesn’t even exist anymore. Got back at 19:00 Tuesday. This Wed. morning I was informed that I will being taking a load of auto wiring harnesses up to Bolton, ON tonight. Bolton is north of Toronto. About a 9.25 hour trip from Anderson, IN. So more winter wonderland driving for this truck driver. On the bright side though I am looking forward to some good Tim Horton’s coffee and perhaps a Canadian Maple Creme donut or two.

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