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Pat Albright

Economic Necessity Part 2

Barber Shop Izamal, Yucatan, Mexico

16 Sept 2012 10:22a -6 UTC Central Texas Time

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Caption

A barber shop is an important social location. Izamal has such a Barber Shop located on Calle 33 very near to our boutique Hotel Meson Rinconada del Convento. It is necessary for a barber to have their own chair. This chair has a small brass lable on it which indicated that it was manufactured over 100 years ago.

Let's go down a mathematical rabbit trail for a minute. Izamal has 20,000 residents. Each resident got 1 haircut each month or 12 each year. That is 20,000 x 12 or 240,000 haircuts each year. The Barber Shop's chair is 100 years old.

Given 240,000 hair cuts per year x 100 years = 24,000,000 hair cuts. That will necessarily keep a Barber fully employeed for at least 100+ years!
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Location

Latin America / Mexico

Lat: 20° 55' 53.89" N
Long: 89° 1' 4.21" W

Elevation: Elev 52 feet (17m) elevation above Mean Sea Level

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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