The results are in and the winner of this year’s Trader Joe’s Annual Customer Choice Award in the category of Best Meat is….
Yes, the “vegetarian-friendly version of traditional Mexican sausage,” has been hailed by Trader Joe’s customers as the best meat ever, beating meatless meatballs, ground turkey, chicken sausage and — the horror — grass-fed Angus Beef.
This might seem like a crime but there is a world out there of people who will eat meatless chorizo — for some reason.
Or …is this just real chorizo saying in Spanish that it is, well, CHORIZO?
Hat tip: Chris Allieri
América con acento, por favor
America Great Again? Bitch, please…
In a jab to “President” Donald Trump, Corona Beer this week launched a new video on its YouTube page, which basically makes a point this blogger has been hammering pretty much all her [adult] life: America is not a country. America is a continent… And a big one at that…
We are the belly button of this world… and its lungs
We are hot blooded, we are poetry, art, and chants…
We are constant revolution
We are 35 united states
Americanos somos todos…
… and so on
The spot concludes by urging fans to join Corona’s fan page to show their pride about being American, or something to that effect. WATCH:
Posted in 2016 presidential campaign, Awkard homages, El Trumpo, Language, Latin America, Marketing & Advertising, Mexico, Pop culture, Spanish, Television, Why I Love Mexico, You Tube
Tagged Ad, america, Corona, Corona beer, Donald Trump, Trump
Photo: Laura Martínez, Washington, D.C. Jan. 29, 2017
While I still cannot get my head around what just happened in America, I decided to come to Washington, D.C. this week, not only to march on Saturday, Jan. 21, but to try to understand Trump supporters; who they are and why they seem to be so angry at so many things, including my people (i.e. The Mexicans) and, of course, Barack Obama.
Walking around The Capitol Thursday afternoon, you could feel a sense of sadness and desperation in the air. It was almost like something very dear to me had died, and in a way it did. Sure, there were people who looked happy, waving their Trump flags and wearing their Trump pins and their Trump t-shirts, but the mood was mostly somber. Heck, even a chorus practicing nearby for Friday’s inauguration seemed to be singing to the tune of Chopin’s Funeral March.
But that was yesterday.
Today is the day Donald J. Trump takes the reigns of my new country and what I’ve seen so far it’s not giving me much hope of where we are heading. This is our new reality. This is us. This is now.
Apple has launched its first commercial for its not-yet-widely-available wireless earbuds (aka AirPods.) And what better way to show how cool something is than by having a freestyle dancer roaming my birth city while listening to music?
There are several things that give it away, but it’s mostly the signs — and overall beautiful decadence of La Capirucha.
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Tagged AirPods, Apple, Mexico City, Mexico commercial, Stroll
I refused to believe this at first, but after much
Google searching investigative reporting, I was able to find a somewhat reliable source confirming the fact that President Elect Donald Trump’s private jet used to belong to TAESA, a Mexican airline I’d rather forget it ever existed.
I’m not the kind of reporter that will spend hours into the shenanigans of private jet ownership issues and stuff (I’d leave that to the experts i.e. Kent German) but I just thought it was simply awesome that His Orange Majesty, King of Palm Beach and Lord of the Big Walls surfs the skies on a mamotreto once operated by TAESA.
Big, big LOL…
Via: Planespotters.net and Mirror Online
In the latest episode of the political joke we’re now living, Rep. Mike Conaway from Texas just told The Dallas Morning News (apparently with a straight face) that the Democrats using Mexican singers, charros, mariachis and soap operas to lure Hispanics to the Hillary Clinton campaign is pretty much the same thing as the Russian hacking scandal.
Per Conaway himself:
“Harry Reid and the Democrats brought in Mexican soap opera stars, singers and entertainers who had immense influence in those communities into Las Vegas, to entertain, get out the vote and so forth.”
And this, says Conaway, should be considered “foreign influence […] If we’re worried about foreign influence, let’s have the whole story.”
Really? Last I checked, many of those colorful people seen singing on stage or hosting taco-filled fiestas for Hillary were actually U.S.-born or U.S. citizens (Los Tigres del Norte, Julieta Venegas, Vicente Fernández, etc.) but anyway, they were not sneaking behind the Web to hack an election were they.
Come on! ¡Pinche Conagüey!
Via: Dallas Morning News
Posted in 2016 presidential campaign, Awkard homages, Corridos, El Trumpo, Latin celebrities, Politics, Pop culture, Spanish, Stupid propositions, U.S. Government
Tagged Elections, Hillary Clinton, Los Tigres del Norte, mariachis, Mike Conaway, Russian Hackers, Texas