Mexico’s Debates Somehow Both More Useless and Interesting than Ours

In response to former Playboy model’s brief appearance at a Presidential debate in a tight white dress that “revealed her ample decolletage:”

“The best was the girl in white with the cleavage at the beginning,” tweeted former Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castaneda, who is also a New York University professor.

It was, apparently, the only thing of interest from a debate that will have no outcome on the election outcome. In related news, Herman Cain’s Mexican Presidential bid begins tomorrow.

Winner of Mexican Presidential Debate? Sexy Model” [New York Times via The Awl]

5 comments:

4:34 pm • Tuesday • May 8, 2012

Booby-Bell: Run (with a Hard-on) for the border!

4:46 pm • Tuesday • May 8, 2012

that seems to be standard dress code for the spanish language stations i get on direct tv. it’s refreshing compared to the channels around here. one local channel features some chick that used run track back in the day doing aerobics in the morning. she and her friend try to look as unsexy as possible. they almost wear burkas. it sux. does anybody remember the showtime aerobics from the early eighties? it put cinemax to shame. the narrator would tell viewers: “don’t forget to breathe.”

4:50 pm • Tuesday • May 8, 2012

@jwmcsame:
I think that would be the infamous “20 minute Workout.”

Produced in Canada City.

8:49 pm • Tuesday • May 8, 2012

@ManchuCandidate: Showtime featured the Reagan-era miracle of US TV entitled Aerobicise. Admittedly it didn’t go nearly as far as TV seems to in less Puritanical countries, but for a thirty-something it was must see TV. The models did a remarkable job of showing absolutely no emotion. It may very well have run elsewhere under a different name.

9:59 am • Wednesday • May 9, 2012

@ManchuCandidate: @Dave H: glad to see i’m not the only one that watched every minute of aerobicise. it took thirty years and the brazilian butt workout to bump aerobicise out of first place. i still laugh about the don’t forget to breathe comment from the narrator.

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