MelGoesOnTour: I wonder if the well water was still muddy after the well was completed. And, if so, wonder how they filter it (assuming they do)?
Slartibeerfest: Anyone know how long this took?
joeshill: Hola.Soy Rudy. Este es mi hermano Félix y mi otro hermano Félix.(Hello. I'm Larry. This is my brother Darryl and my other brother Darryl.)Seriously. I'd hire these guys any day. I'm always amazed at how much the guys I work with in Mexico do with so little. It makes me feel bad about how little I do with so much.
Sin_City_Superhero: As a desert dweller, I'm trying to figure out why they didn't do this at night. They've got electric lights in Mexico.On a different note, is this a good place to post pictures of hot Latina weather girls?[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x478][media.onsugar.com image 500x375][1.bp.blogspot.com image 650x433][1.bp.blogspot.com image 500x345]
deadsanta: Mexico, where 3000-year-old construction techniques are state-of-the-art.
InterruptingQuirk: deadsanta: Mexico, where 3000-year-old construction techniques are state-of-the-art.Here is an example of Mexican construction:[img.fark.net image 850x547]Soumaya Museum, Mexico City
deadsanta: InterruptingQuirk: deadsanta: Mexico, where 3000-year-old construction techniques are state-of-the-art.Here is an example of Mexican construction:[img.fark.net image 850x547]Soumaya Museum, Mexico CityYou mean American-Canadian (Gehry engineered) with a Danish structural engineering group. Filled with Auguste Rodin and other noteworthy European art.
chrisco123: (she was) screaming as she fell, but I never heard her hit.
ultraholland: URAPNIS: Oh, for farks sake, doesn't ANYONE speak English anymore?[content8.flixster.com image 360x216]
lostcat: Slartibeerfest: Anyone know how long this took?Yeah, I was much less interested in the air temperature than in the total time of construction. I don't understand why the person who edited it together didn't think that people would want to know this.
GruntledWorker: Whoever posted the video commented that it took 21 days.
Pocket Ninja: Very cool, thanks subby. Those must be some calloused hands.
unitednihilists: There are many enjoyable ways of making a living. That is not one of them.
ultraholland: lack of wall bracing aside, I cringe at the absence of eye or head protection.
InterruptingQuirk: The Flexecutioner:/nothing quenching about a coke//syrupy gunkIt was explained to me by some kitchen staff I used to work with that in Mexico/Central America, places of business will let you drink all the fruit juice you want while on the job, but you have to pay for every soda/pop. Here in the States, it's the reverse. It isn't so much that the Coke is a thirst quencher so much as it is a treat at the end of a long day of work.
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