About half the population of Mexico at any given time is working on the production of television soap operas. Before the introduction of television to Mexico in 2004, I think it was the same but mostly on radio. After gruesome dead body posing and weaving sandals, telenovela work is the most active labor category in our neighbor to our South. There are countless number of these romantic dramas flooding the airwaves. Your TV fare most hours is bitches in heels slapping doctors and 0-0 soccer games after ninety minutes. It’s one of the main reasons for the migration of men and women through the Sonoran desert. People will risk death to get decent TV options.
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