Enlaces Calientes para Cinco de Mayo

What’s the word? No, really. What’s the word? Oh, jeez. Last time. WHAT’S THE WORD? Koala Mom. Veteran Dan Crenshaw stands up. Nicholas Sandmann did nothing wrong. “There are demon worshipers in the cul-de-sac” [Sound up]. There is a reason that she’s referred to as Alexandria Occasional Cortex. (Dude wouldn’t post my polite comment either, … Continue reading “Enlaces Calientes para Cinco de Mayo”

Saturday Matinee – The Skids, Linkin Bridge & Cinco De Mayo Madrid Flash Mob

The Skids “Into The Valley” [via]. Nice Ramones influence. Today is the start of The 2018 Kentucky Derby, and yes, it has a themesong. Linkin Bridge‘s “My Old Kentucky Home” is killer Oh, and Cinco De Mayo has everything to do with selling beer in the US and nothing to do with Mexican Independence Day. … Continue reading “Saturday Matinee – The Skids, Linkin Bridge & Cinco De Mayo Madrid Flash Mob”

Saturday Matinee & Cinco de Mayo – Tijuana Brass, Snacktime, Tim Armstrong & HorrorPops

Cinco de Mayo has its roots in the French occupation of Mexico, which took place in the aftermath of the Mexican-American War of 1846-48, the Mexican Civil War of 1858, and the 1860 Reform Wars. These wars left the Mexican Treasury in ruins and nearly bankrupt. On July 17, 1861, Mexican President Benito Juárez issued … Continue reading “Saturday Matinee & Cinco de Mayo – Tijuana Brass, Snacktime, Tim Armstrong & HorrorPops”