‘Bill’ Pushes for Population Control in Mexico

Billete

An ill-informed individual, presumably not Mexican (nor Indian) thought it would be an awesome idea to convey his/her thoughts on population control on a $1 bill… And, of course, of the millions of people who transact money on a daily basis in this wonderful city, I was the lucky one to get this as change in my neighborhood bodega.

The buck stops here.

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2 Responses to ‘Bill’ Pushes for Population Control in Mexico

  1. keithyviet says:

    This wanker should adopt a policy of reading and investigating before defacing his bills.
    “Mexico’s total fertility rate (TFR), or the number of children born to an average woman, is actually very close to 2.1—essentially the same as that of the United States.” Pendejo.

    Source: http://geocurrents.info/place/latin-america/misconceptions-about-mexicos-birth-rate#ixzz2YHlheRb4

  2. keithyviet says:

    This wanker should adopt a policy of reading and investigating before defacing his bills.
    “Mexico’s total fertility rate (TFR), or the number of children born to an average woman, is actually very close to 2.1—essentially the same as that of the United States.”

    Source: http://geocurrents.info/place/latin-america/misconceptions-about-mexicos-birth-rate#ixzz2YHlheRb4

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