Tuesday, February 06, 2007

How amusing

I love it. The Hñahñu indians of the State of Hidalgo, Mexico, have devised a tourist attraction that is a fake border crossing, so you can experience illegal immigration first hand. Some may use it as training, other as deterrent. Still, this is capitalist entrepeneurship at its best. But why stop there?
They should build a theme park and do the whole enchilada, so to speak. Maybe they can call it Wetbacklandia or Beanerland. Once you cross the border you can go into the House of Some Rich Gueros in San Diego and take care of their animatronic children, their lawns and their laundry, or you could go into the Busboy ride and see what it takes to make it in the restaurant business. The Valet Guy allows you to park mini beemers to your hearts content, and the Haunted Tenement is a funhouse where you see how many people you can cram into one bedroom. Or you can ride the Lose the Migra game.
I bet it'll be more fun than EuroDisney.

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