Saturday, October 15, 2011



"In Mexico the car is a “sacred being” as formerly were some animals and plants; the difference is obvious. Today, in Mexico, there is a kind of paranoid obsession with the production, sale and purchase of one of these things with four wheels, giving the car the same attributes as a pet and let’s say even survive humans. The car has the preference, with respect to pedestrians, but goes beyond that … in many cases serves to create disputes and differences of social rank."