Chocolate is one of the best things for any ailment, or no ailment at all.
Hay carumba, senor! It was bloody. A terrible thing. Guillermo y Davy Crockett at the pequita iglesia in tejas. Mucho valiante es Guillermo. El guerrero. Lo que un hombre!
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Hmm, I can only sense that you are the result of standardized testing and teaching to the test, as you appear to have zero critical thinking skills such as understanding context, or reading between the lines in simpler language.
I'm on spring break right now (no wild behavior here, I'm using the time to catch up on laundry and research for several research papers I've got going) but the last thing we did in my Sociology of the Chicano class before break started was watch the movie Zoot Suit and a documentary on the Zoot Suit Riots. At the end of the documentary the professor asked for reactions to it and what stood out to me is that there was no remorse whatsoever from either the sailors or a woman who literally said that she felt was contributing to the war effort by driving other whites to Mexican neighborhoods to beat up Mexicans (I sat their thinking WTF, how is that contributing to anything but hatred!)
The excuse that has been offered on behalf of the sailors and other whites is that they grew up in other parts of the country and weren't familiar with Mexican-Americans. That is BS. I can't understand people who respond to differences in others with automatic hatred and violence instead of curiosity and kindness.
It makes me remember some old woman at a bus stop who told me (without realizing she was talking to a Mexican) our town was better before there were so many Mexicans because they are thieves, and that LA was so much better in the 1940's. Either she somehow missed the Zoot Suit Riots, or that sort of racism and brutality was acceptable to her. Yuck.