The ubiquitous and offensive i is everywhere these days. If it’s preceded by an i I don’t have it and I don’t want it! There must be an awful lot of us that feel the same way because I see the Aleph bookstore is featuring a new Spanish tranlation of
ipad y itunes
It’s sad, really, because recently I had to give up a promising new relationship. I just couldn’t understand her. Her name was Irene.
Citizen gathered today to protest the Federal Government’s plan to allow giant American oil companies to exploit Mexican oil. The signs read;
Oil on Mexican soil is not for sale!
“No justice for the people, no justice for the government.” Emiliano Zapata
What I find interesting is that this very same protest was voiced in the pages of Regeneración, a revolutionary newspaper published by Flores-Magón brothers back in 1910. You could say nothing really changes.
Thanks to Rosalía Romero, PhD student at Duke University for providing the newspaper she unearthed in the course of researching the artist Nicolas Reveles
The oven is fired up and Sonia, my versatile housekeeper/computer whiz) will serve a double-everything pizza in the company of a nice Cab in the shade of the palapa. Provecho!