Who cares if switching to Geico can save you 15 percent or more on car insurance?
If I were to have a car — or live in Texas — (both very unlikely scenarios) I’d totally call Jim Adler, aka El Martillo Tejano, who promises to protect my people (i.e. The Hispanics) from sleazy insurance companies and give us the most compensation possible in case of a car accident.
Watch Adler inform us about his services in the best Gringo-Spanish I’ve heard in a while.
Take it away Jim!
This blogger had to make a rush visit to check up on her fellow Mexicans on the West Coast. Which means you’ll probably be seeing more California-related postings than necessary.
Culver City, CA. 2017
What the hell is “Baja Inca?”
From the online retailer that brought us the Mexican Deluxe Yoga Mat, the Hispanic Flag and — of course — the DIY Tacos al pastor, now comes the Baja Inca Blanket Steering Wheel Cover Plush Poncho , an “ethnic, fun, fashionable” wheel cover for your pimped up lowrider!
Because everybody knows the Incas from Baja California are one colorful driving bunch, right?
Hat tip: @SaraChicaD
Saturday, July 22, 2017.
President Trump might have some evil plans in store for my people (i.e. The Mexicans,) but — at least for now — some of us take great pleasure in the simple, little things. Like Mexican Ices in the summer heat, for example.
Photo: Laura Martínez, Brooklyn, 2017
July 20, 2017. Nueva York.
Follow me on Instagram using the hashtag (with an accent over the á) to see what I mean… I am a sucker for this pueblo.
WATCH Luis Fonsi explains the origins of Despacito to non-Latin person Vanessa Yurkevich of CNN.
Video via: CNN
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