Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Cranberry SKYY Dia ... (listening to Suspicious Minds)

Pues last night sanTana school trustees voted to delay the opening of Godinez H.S. by one year so that this $65 million campus can house 3,000 estudiantes de Valley H.S. which will undergo a pinche needed $25 million makeover ... simon ... by moving to temp quarters, Valley's rennovation should be completed seven meses earlier and save tax-pinche-payers $1 million ... pues aver que pasa ... I think they'll raise a few pinche PO's y contractos hasta la chingada ... eses, today's foto es Valley's graduating clase de turbulent 1968 ... click aqui and check out how they sep'd the sexes y-que ...

And check this out ... at New Mexico State University ... simon ... estudiante Cuyler Frank broadcasts all Aggie football games in Navajo language ... El Frank recently covered the Aggies game with Cal y-que ... "I want to do games in Navajo because I want to share the experiences of New Mexico State students with the Navajo Nation," said Frank. "It gives us a chance to share with our people what we are accomplishing as Navajos. We can communicate to them that you can succeed at New Mexico State."

What is interesting is que the Navajo language doesn't have words like "tackle" so Frank might say algo como ... "they are going after the man with the ball to bring him down" ... sound pinche familiar ... que la chingada ...

... I'll pour you un pinche cranberry con chilled SKYY sin lima ... hay te wacho ...

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