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15 Important Facts You Need To Know About Cinco De Mayo

Hola, amigos! It’s that time of year again when everyone goes crazy over sombreros, guacamole, and anything even remotely Mexican. You may think the entire country of Mexico also goes crazy on Cinco de Mayo, but there’s nothing farther from the truth. 1,313 more words


"Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe" by Benjamine Alire Sáenz

I said that my next review would be of The Raven King. But I lied, because I don’t think I can do it justice in a review. 1,069 more words

Book Review

Secrets #1

I am going to start this blog. This continuation of segments, a place to relieve my thoughts. My thinking. It won’t be a new blog but a concept on here- The WBG. 417 more words


Salt of the Earth #MovieReview

Film 309 in the ‘1001 films to see before you die’ challenge is 1954’s “Salt of the Earth”. Based on the strike against the Empire Zinc Company in Grant County, New Mexico, this film was written by Michael Wilson and directed by Herbert J. 645 more words



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But we have to, so we do it real slow

by L.A. ONDA

In Los Angeles to be against Capital typically presents itself in a pro-work / worker position. The problem is never work itself, the nature of work or that work is waged but instead what is desired is extending a sphere of work that is unionized and bolstered with higher wages. 2,276 more words


Bad Jack: The Best Man You Know

Today is my dad’s birthday. His name is Jack Fortner and he is one helk of a good guy. Jack is a lawyer, a Regent on the Board of Regents at the University of New Mexico (former President of the Board), a father, a husband, and a self-proclaimed comedian. 1,680 more words