To understand it, one must be fond of roots, origins, —you know— the things that make up patrimony, which is a vase filled with heritage, legacy and, as professor John Mill Ackerman (the Third, of course) revealed para los pobres políticos of el partido político of don Andrés: entail•ments.
¹ Televisa en monitos (monoaureo . com) présenta:
… Coming up:
The “shield and the sword” meets “la charola y el fuero” in the pilot episode of Los Happy Days de la familia Burrón™️, critics at The Orange County Register call the sketch, “the cultural mash-up whose time has come.”
For the record, Monsieur Le PRÉSIDENT du Tribunal Administrative à Paris
This blog exists in its current “rapid-fire draft form” since October 2014 because of the fact that the government of President François Hollande did not want me, Armando Segovia/Armando Serrano Prieto, to:
- gather newsworthy material from the Mexican community in France (ay, Raza)
- find tangents in the sociopolitical and cultural fabric of the Mexican diaspora in France
- connect these with a double –and even a triple– sense in the message, just like the good people of Televisa en monitos¹ reflect in today’s “appropriated” sketch from Grupo Milenio®️.
and as this particular sopa de letras began to be served, Fat Elvis donned the Mexican Sundial Suit (his last mis–en–scene suit, by the way) and closed the year of 2014 for u.s..
And if you, [MONSIEUR LE PRÉSIDENT DU TRIBUNAL ADMINISTRATIVE À PARIS] are not a reader of this most non–consequential blog, then perhaps you missed the descent of an amalgamation of a Fat Elvis (at his worst in 1977) moonlighting as Alabama governor George Wallace in 1968, here’s the rendering of that menu in REAL TIME, not taped last week in a Hollywood lot.
… https ://monoaureo .com /2020/06/24 /temblor/