THE OJO INTERNET MAILBOX
(Wherein we publish some comments about our previous issues.)
Pancho Villa’s Granddaughter - October 2010
* Car lockout Jacob
She seems to me like a very interesting person who comes from an extraordinary background. As much as I can see it didn’t affect her too much, and that is good, at least in my opinion.
* oz casinos
Raul Nava is in the acknowledgements of the book entitled, White Male Privilege. His father Ernesto Nava was recently in a Mexico City newspaper.
THE UNITED STATES LONGEST WAR
* Karl Homann
I loved your column about the insane and inhumane US embargo of Cuba. Your comments are right on target. Guess what? I am going to Cuba in November for three weeks to “trade with the enemy,” as official American government policy puts it. How un-American of me! Boy, at times like these it feels so good to be Canadian.
A NEW LEASE—on Life! - June 2011
It’s really a good experience!
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Guest Editorial by Fred Mittag
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“Is this crazy, or what?!”
The Enigma Of Mexico’s Plumed Serpent
By Ralph F. Graves
In myth, he was a powerful god-king. In reality, his influence spanned centuries.
Anyone Can Train Their Dog
By Art Hessartthedogguy@yahoo.com
Why did you teach your dog to pull on the leash?
Stupid question? Certainly sounds
By Tony Burton
Vultures (zopilotes in Spanish) are among the most conspicuous birds in much of Mexico, including the Chapala region.
Front Row Center
By Michael Warren
The Pajama Game
By Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
Directed by Peggy Lord Chilton
Every Word Important
By Herbert W. Piekow
Every word a writer writes has meaning yes, sometimes they never get published or the book
A Brief History of the Non-Sexual Use and Abuse of the English Tongue
By John Ward
English has been refined into an expressive tongue with a
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