He's (Obama) the President of Hate. He has magically allowed the blue monkeys to embrace hatred, to feel proud of it, to murder, to conquer. They never would have been able to take this step without him.
quote:Originally posted by Talarohk Outstanding, fubar. Not at all the most boring blog, either; I've got you beat there.
and 2 class points. One for the story, the other for helping the guy up off the floor.
Thanks, Tal. I would have thanked you sooner, but there was a Messiah-murdering fog hanging over me.
Cut out the humor and this will look like a Ray Bradbury story in his golden age. The best part is, of course, the old man story, but, I also find intriguing how many young girls are, in fact, religious extremists these days. The entire meaning of the story was concentrated in the old man’s “last” words.
The old El Fenix downtown used to be one of the best Tex-Mex places to go. There also was one in Inwood Village (near the old Inwood Theater) that was really great. I still contend that Ojeda's on Maple is the closest thing to the perfect family run Tex-Mex place to be found. tastes don't fluctuate wildly on a day to day basis. the salsa and food are still closely guarded and made under the strict eye of the Ojeda family. Their Salsa is the perfect mix of jalapenos, tomatoes, and cilantro.
Some of my favorite Tex-Mex places over the years in Dallas/Ft Worth have been:
Joe T. Garcias
Tamale's (one of Gene Streets original mexican places)
Herrera's Cafe (the original on Maple)
The Blue Goose Cantina (lower greenville)