I am a retired State Trooper and carried a Remington 870 shotgun for over 30 years and always thought that they were the best shotgun ever made, until I purchased a 870 Express Tactical. Right out of the box it would only fire one time and would not eject the shell. I can not believe that Remington would put out such a cheap shotgun that would not function right out of the box. I have since sold the gun and purchased another gun from a different manufacturer. Shame on you Remington for making such a BAD gun and ruining my feelings for what I thought was the BEST shotgun ever made.
This will affect some folks utterly and others not at all. The affected folks will suffer miserably.
Farmers for many miles around the whole enormous lake (the whole state!) burn off their fields beginning in January continuing through May. The burning often continues from dawn until midnight. Many days the sky begins the morning beautifully clear and transitions to a complete grey haze by noon. It is possible to see the burning begin. Frequently it looks like forest fires.
Those affected by allergies to this particular pollution cocktail will cough and experience burning eyes, choking, sneezing and suffer aching misery. They are likely to feel exhausted beyond the capacity to function, although I certainly saw many working Mexicans struggling through their day. Going to sleep is miserable.
Generally no one focuses on precisely what vegetation precipitates the allergy, but the burning seems to intensify the whole experience.
In one giant stroke of the counter-intuitive, rural Jalisco is far more polluted (annually) by this burning than metropolitan Guadalajara itself. My pulmonologist in central Guadalajara stood me at this seventh floor window and traced the variations around the city.
The medical treatment I received in Guadalajara was topnotch, but I would not go through another six months like those I suffered for anything. Btw, later I moved into Guadalajara to give that arrangement a try, but it was definitely not the same experience as Lake Chapala, despite the significant improvement in my allergies, and ready access to great healthcare.