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I have a feeling this is going to be really important one day.

We won't realize it until it's too late.
pressed peanut sweepings
Our federal government has been Mexican for 200 years?
Thanks to time travel

Are you sure it isn't Radiolab?
I don't recognize it, but I haven't heard all the episodes. The Youtube description says it is an ad that plays about once every 40 minutes on that station, so if that's true it couldn't be.

Just kidding around. I don't know why it reminded me of it.

"Bercent mon coeur d'une langueur monotone"
"The Whitey Confuser Beam is being broadcast according to plan, My Lord."

"Very well, now ready the Train of Caucasian Conundrums HA HA HA HA HA!!!"
1810 was when Mexico became independent from Spain. 1910 was the beginning of the Mexican Revolution. 2010 is when crazy Mexican radio ads were produced.

When schizophrenics can afford to buy air time.
Mexican's are freeloaders?

Maybe it's ambiguous and confusing because it's possibly racist.
Billy the Poet
We live in the last car.

We have always lived in the last car.

Relax. Hold tight.
Robin Kestrel
It's just a very poorly read radio PSA for Mexico's recent bicentennial celebrations.

ANN: "...travel through time: the year is 1910, and you're on a train..."

Then begins what is supposed to be a back-and-forth dialog between two children on a train (but is read in the same rushed tone as everything else), then the announcer winds up with the tagline and the sponsor of the spot...

"200 Years of Proudly Being Mexican" - Federal Government

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