53 results for 'mexico'
...(Spanish Immersion School FAQ, Schools Help You Combine Study and Travel, By Gerald Erichsen, About.com)With an idea similar to this quote as the definition of "Spanish Immersion," my wife and I, who also wanted to learn Spanish, sold all our earthly belongings and moved to Guanajuato, Mexico in the year 2003 to "live in the language." After four months of Spanish classes (five days a week and three hours per day) and four years of living here, we could not speak or understand Spanish any better than we could before we came to Mexico. Though we could tell you the differences between ... (more)
...Sprite. I hate that. It’s all sticky.That must be hard to wash off. What’s the worst thing you’ve been hit with?(Carrot Topp) I think the worst thing I’ve been hit with was an entire trash can filled with beer cans.(Cheri) Tecate.(Carrot Topp) That was when we played in Mexico.That’s pretty brutal. Did it take a couple guys to throw that?(Carrot Topp) It did take a couple guys to throw that. We were actually…(Cheri) Bitten.(Carrot Topp) There were bites taken out of us.They wanted to taste the genetically modified vegetables.(Cheri) They weren’t... (more)
... Vegas to name a few. His career took him outside of the mainland to fight in Honolulu, Hawaii, Manila, Philippines (which was for the vacant WBC light welterweight title against Pedro Adigue jr.) Buenos Aires, Argentina (for the WBA light welterweight title against Nicolino Locche.) Monterrey, Mexico (for the WBC/WBA welterweight title against Jose Napoles.)
What a journey huh?
My favorite article clipping about Adolph that I read was when he fought Raul Soriano over in Mexico. Soriano broke Adolph's nose in the first round but Adolph came back with a hard attack... (more)
...States to become "Americanized?" Just what do we mean as a people when we say that anyone, Latinos or whomever, who comes to live among us should adopt and adapt our language and culture? What are we saying exactly and why don't we apply the same standards to ourselves when we go to live in Mexico, proclaiming proudly that we are American Expatriates and that we have Mastered the Culture?
One Supreme Court Justice said that Americanization should look like this:
Immigrants should wear "our" clothes, take on "our" manners and customs as their own, and speak "our" language as ... (more)
...and cold-bloodedly murdered Shaw. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials had flagged Espinosa for deportation last week, but since L.A. is a sanctuary city for illegal aliens, no one bothered to follow up on him and make sure that when he walked out of jail, he went straight back to Mexico. Of course ICE officials won’t come right out and say that it was L.A.’s sanctuary policy that let Espinosa get away, but it doesn’t take rocket science to figure that one out.
The day Espinosa got out of jail, he returned to his roots, the 18th Street Gang where, no doubt, he was... (more)
...Lisa Leslie, Sidney Spencer and Temeka Johnson.”
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There was a full line-up of Latino artist performing at Fiesta Lakers-SMZ, JP, Delwin G and Lady O, Israel, Mexico 2000 Folkloric Group, Chicas 1330 and Martin Abalos and Dianne.
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...large amount of money to cover the costs leading the operation of the FARC. Ecuador's government was well aware of the existence of such camps overlapping its existence.
Lucia, Juan Gonzalez del Castilloand the other young people were students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), who arrived in Ecuador a week before the attack in Quito to participate in a meeting of left-wing groups.
But one question is in the air, what the heck werethey doing in FARC's commander Raul Reyes (second in command and killed in the bombing) camp in the middle of the... (more)
I have traveled a lot in beautiful Mexico. I love that country, the culture, the food and most of all, the people. I like it so much, it is my intention to move there, for at least awhile, in about a year and spend some real time there, as I explore this Latin world in depth. I think about it every day, my heart is totally pumped at the thought of adventure and education in a place I only know from what I have gleaned with a week here or three weeks there.
The problem is that immigrating to Mexico is not a simple thing. The Mexican government has set enough obstacles to ensure that only... (more)
... said to have found evidence that members of AFI perpetrated the kidnapping, thinking Sandra was going to pay the ramson without problem without asking for help, unfortunately, Ventura Moussong failed to prove his hypothesis because was killed when he was returning from a commanders meeting in Mexico City, he was killed with a AFI's weapon, as recently reported stolen.
The Queen of the Pacific was a legend before she was arrested on September 28 of 2007, she had already a "corrido" song in Spanish that describes her activities and her power and a video clip, the Mexican capos use the ... (more)
MEXICO CITY It took a little over two hours to get from the airport to my hotel in the Reforma area of Mexico City. I was a fortunate one, as I had a personal driver that had been hired by a friend and he was able to navigate the scribble-scrabble layout of the streets of this enormous city. I simply sat back and mumbled "go, speed racer, go" to myself, as Antonio weaved his way up one Calle and down the next. As a passenger, death seemed the inevitable conclusion to this sleigh ride of potholes and unread or unrecognized traffic signs. Combined with frenzied, obviously, acid tripping, drivers... (more)