TKC readers up late should check out The Grito de Dolores on whatever Spanish language channel their cable provider offers at around Midnight. The tradition marks the beginning of Mexican Independence Day and it's not a bad thing to learn about the culture of your neighbors and guests.
Similarly, the latest Mexican ruckus in the U.S. revolves around a Mexican reporter getting sexually harassed in the Jets locker room. So many of the arguments against her provocative dress are just another way of saying that she pretty much deserved it. Most objective observers would agree that flimsy excuses for discriminatory behavior never stand up in the long run.
"According to the allegations, players and coaches seemed to intentionally overthrow passes in her direction, whistled at her, openly ogled her and blocked her path as she attempted to walk away."
The NY Daily News makes an interesting juxtaposition using a hottie photo gallery of the lady while noting her story of discrimination.
Personally, I think lady journalists deserve lots of respect.
In particular, hottie lady newsies who wear provocative outfits need to be treated with the utmost consideration . . . If only because celebrating diversity and other cultures only broadens the dating pool.
¡Viva México! ¡Viva Los Estados Unidos de América! ¡Viva TKC!
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