We begin last night’s programming with the Wallace on deadline where Them Foxes-es on The Geraldo Rivera Show reminded the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame en las Instalaciones de La Cervecería Cuauhtémoc, that el so-called, “Art Rock” has nuttin’ ado’ with the “American Curious” Rock Shop en San José de Las Panochas en El Bolsón de Mapimí, Mpio. del Real de Minas del Señor de Vermeille, México.
— 1525 – Cuauhtémoc is executed on the order of conquistador 🇪🇸 Hernán Cortés.
1. Got my i’s
2. Got my O’s
3. Got my u’s…
and don’t get Mí started with them Ey’ Baby qué pasó?
To add insult to the illusion, the French are at it again, thinking that they can play rock and roll. Deer, goD, quelle colère.
— 1848: en Francia se proclama oficialmente la Segunda República 🥸.
We’re just not there yet.
First, Öüï has to play Botellita de Jerez y su “Valona de La Conquista”… “acaso piensas que esto es una Bohemia?”
— Of course not, Mr. Sada… now just whistle while you wait and let the inspiration to the Real Visceralismo do their thing.
Suicide is painless. 1983 – The final episode of M*A*S*H airs. No movie was shown at the mess hall.
Previously on, Bernardo Reyes was a hyena lover and a Carta Blanca pissing peasant with the rank of a Louisiana General “Piggly Wiggly”:
🍻 During the Mexican Revolution, which began in 1910, its original founders supported Victoriano Huerta*. As a consequence, his rival Venustiano Carranza seized the brewery, so the founders’ families fled to Texas. They re-acquired the brewery through the intervention of [the] U.S. and Russian diplomats… according to Wikipedia.
*~. Y por ende, Henry Lane Wilson
and here is wisdom from SciencesPo campus Tec de Monterrey… why do you think ⚽ they are called “los rayados”… porque son hijos del dueño de una tienda de raya*”