Saturday, November 17, 2018

53 results for 'mexico'

The Wrath Of God

By DLFerguson, published on Feb 3, 2009 Ralph Nelson and James Graham

Based on a novel by James Graham

Back in the 60’s and 70’s there was a sub-genre of the western that had these elements: a group of American outlaws/mercenaries/rogues would find themselves in Mexico or South America at the turn of the century and get involved in what amounted to a suicide mission that circumstances forced them to accept. There’s usually a huge amount of money waiting for them at the end of the mission but during the course of the adventure the outlaws would find... (more)

Tags: movie, batman, mexico

Lightness Of Being

By SUNofMAN, published on Jan 23, 2009

...realm!Ah, but she is a butterfly in her seductive pose. Ready for takeoff! She is an enigma.Of the air and of the earth. Or more precise a synthesis! Like the Pegasus she representsimagination! A powerful symbol to behold. A union of opposites!Like the foundation myth of Tenochtitlan/Mexico City. Of which the story goes theMexica were to search for an island upon a lake in which they would find an eagledevouring a snake on a cactus. (note: Tenochtli=place of the cactus). Again; eaglesymbolizing air and the snake earth. An attempt to unite what is above with what is below.And all... (more)

Tags: disney, santa monica, mexico

Not Voting Sucks!

By Lumiere, published on Nov 4, 2008

...of their husbands ballot. Forgetful that National Women's Suffrage did not exist until 1920 with the creation of the Nineteenth Amendment by President Woodrow Wilson. Forgetful that we, minorities have had the privilege to vote for less than one hundred years. Forgetful of our neighbors in Mexico and Cuba and otherimmigrants from around the world that fleetheir home country to come live in a nation that supports Democracy.Forgetful ofour sisters in Brunei and the Middle East; Saudia Arabia, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates and the Vatican Cityeven today do not have women's suffrage.... (more)

Tags: mexico

Snow On The Grass (part 1)

By 'Mean' Mike Duffau, published on Oct 15, 2008

...I stumbling down the corridor of existence/ Huxley, Orwell and Jack Kerouac drove us in search of the mystery/ It took the Budweiser Buddha Tuna, the great fish himself to open the doors of perception/ His words exploded inside my twisted head, "Fuck the know,George"/ "Give me the unknown"/ "Mexico!!"/Tuna now foamed Budweiser from the mouth, "Mexico"/ "That's it, George! We can watch tits and ass frolic in an ocean of mystic crest topped waves plus tequila is a buck a bottle"/

So it was in the great steps of mystics and the like of rebels without a cause it happened/ The... (more)

Tags: manhattan, movie, california, environment, hollywood, sex, fashion, mexico

Picking A President: Issues Candidates Are Ignoring

By Lumiere, published on Oct 10, 2008

... people." If you would like a list of Executive Orders supporting Rex 84 or locations pleaseclick the link above.

3) North American Union: Can we please discuss whyneitherPresidentialcandidatehas discuss Bush & Copushing legislation to dissolve our American borders between Canada and Mexico in order to abrogate U.S. sovereignty.2) RFID Chip Implants: The current plan isto approve state by state legislation foraGlobal GPS tracking devices to be implanted in all citizens and corporate employess.Your every move will be monitored, your freedom will disappear. According to a Findlaw... (more)

Tags: iraq, california, real estate, obama, mexico

Rock On!

By 'Mean' Mike Duffau, published on Sep 14, 2008


W.What about the oil?

ME.You don't need to do business with the Middle East and bomb them for the sake of the black gold, Georgie! There's plenty of other places in the world to drill for oil.


ME.Damn it boy! Learn some geography, will ya! There's Mexico, Africa, and even here in the good o' U. S. of A!

W.If I drill in the U.S. soil, I'd have to raise prices on food, gas, etc...

ME.No you don't Georgie! If you do that, then everybody would have to work 2 or more jobs and that's not a way to live a life.

W.I see... I... (more)

Tags: mexico

America Under Surveillance: Creating Modern Slavery

By Lumiere, published on Aug 22, 2008

...Freedom, Death or Slavery. Freedom allows us to take our day to day blessings for granted,our civil liberties so easily forgotten, causes hundreds of thousands of people to risk their lives to touch American soil whether it be by boat or raft across oceans, or by foot through the deserts of Mexico. The Freedom to live where you choose, when you choose, to move freely with personal liberty, without oppression, not monitored government bondage. Government Surveillance of civilians only guarantees the slavery of millions. Those who are not free, thoseunder the constant watch of a police... (more)

Tags: new york, religion, terrorism, police, mexico

Sf Freaks: From Emperor Norton To The 12 Galaxies

By travelingseth, published on Jul 11, 2008

...don’t. Perhaps the most famous San Francisco freak of all time is Emperor Norton. A freak on the scene from way back in the mid/late eighteen hundreds, Emperor Norton (born Joshua Abraham Norton), declared himself “Emperor of these United States” and “Protector of Mexico”, and walked the streets in his elaborate military uniform, doing inspections of the city and giving lengthy philosophical explanations to anyone who would listen.

Mentally unbalanced? By all accounts. But his regal presence and proclamations made him one of San... (more)

Tags: san francisco, music, sex, mexico

Mirella Caldera: We Are All From The Same Cosmic Soup

By Gary Schwind, published on Jun 21, 2008 in Los Angeles. She has been featured in the Playboy Cyber Club's Hottest Girls of MySpace 2007. She will be featured in Lowrider Magazine in August 2008. She spoke openly about her interest in philosophy, moving between South America and the States, and her trips to an orphanage in Mexico. You describe yourself as an Alpha student of life and philosophy. What kind of philosophies to you like to study?

An ‘alpha student of life and philosophy’ means that I am a constant learner. I want to know about everything and anything. I want to know about the... (more)

Tags: los angeles, jazz, myspace, music, education, sex, mexico

Mexican Travel Guides Wanted..... Earn Up To $270,000 A Day

By Steven Lane, published on Jun 2, 2008

...Jorge is about to return to the United States for another "tour of duty." You know how it goes, armed with a $60 counterfeit "green card" and some one's Social Security number, he gets a couple of jobs, shares an apartment (usually two to a room) and sends most of the money he earns home to Mexico. Jorge is an illegal immigrant, he doesn't have a visa or an invitation from any government official. He is coming the way most illegals come.........Jorge has hired a "coyote", a unofficial Mexican tour guide who promises for the paltry sum of $3000 to deliver him to Simi Valley, California.... (more)

Tags: los angeles, california, mexico

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