Friday, November 09, 2012

More Oral-Aural Bigotry camouflaged as humor: El Panzón Cabrón, and all-around Tosser, Rush Limbaugh plays "Feliz Navidad" to the wanting and lazy "Hispanic Community" who voted for President Obama.

Limbaugh, in his quintessentially sick and sad way, attempted to make sense of our national election earlier this week that heavily favored progressive philosophy. In doing so, he naturally waxed bumptiously that Republicans did not lose, rather Hispanics won in their stalwart efforts to sustain their welfare way of life: "Conservatism, in my humble opinion, did not lose last night.  It's just very difficult to beat Santa Claus.  It is practically impossible to beat Santa Claus.  People are not going to vote against Santa Claus, especially if the alternative is being your own Santa Claus….I'm sorry.  In a country of children where the option is Santa Claus or work, what wins?"
Today, El Panzón Cabrón, and all-around Tosser continued on air by playing "Feliz Navidad" in a nod to all those Hispanic voters of Obama——our nation's greedy little children seeking free handouts and who are no doubt celebrating an early Christmas:

Tacos, Narcos, Y Lucha Libra: Gustavo Arellano, Daniel Hernandez, and William Nericcio @ CSU Fullerton, Friday, November 9, 2012, 6pm, in the TSU Gabrielino Room

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Thursday, November 08, 2012

Monday, November 05, 2012

La Migra, circa 1926 | The Fighting Edge (Warner Brothers, 1926)

via Heritage Auctions... "The Fighting Edge (Warner Brothers, 1926). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Kenneth Harlan stars as a U.S. border agent who sets out to rescue agent Patsy Ruth Miller from cattle smugglers in this early silent Western. The "fighting edge" of the title refers to battles along the Mexican / US border between cattle rustlers and the U.S. government. Henry Lehrman, who found success with directing and acting in several Keystone comedies, directs this adventure. This rare stone litho one sheet has edge wear, smudging in the right border, cross fold separation, fold separation, and a nick in the left border. Fine+. Estimate: $700 - $1,200."

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Sunday, November 04, 2012

Pretty Remarkable LADY FROM SHANGHAI Movie Poster from Argentina! | via Heritage Auctions

from Heritage: "The Lady from Shanghai (Columbia, 1947). Argentinean One Sheet (27" X 42.75"). Rita Hayworth is nothing shy of stunning in this gorgeous Argentinean one sheet. Her scandalous pose and bare back are similar to that seen on the US one and three sheet, however her skin tight dress is a bit more revealing in this poster. A fantastic piece from an equally fantastic film directed by Hayworth's then-husband, Orson Welles. The poster has fold wear, cross fold separation, and a small chip in the left border. Touchup work has been done. Very Fine- on Linen. Estimate: $1,200 - $2,200."

and a bonus Touch of Evil poster from 1958...

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