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Artie Ayala & Omar "El Bombero" Fernandez

December 19, 2010


A Christmas message to my friends.

~ A Baby's Hug ~

We were the only family with children in the restaurant.
I sat Erik in a high chair and noticed everyone was quietly sitting and talking. Suddenly, Erik squealed with glee and said, 'Hi.' He pounded his fat baby hands on the high chair tray. His eyes were crinkled in laughter and his mouth was bared in a toothless grin, as he wriggled and giggled with merriment.

I looked around and saw the source of his merriment.
It was a man whose pants were baggy with a zipper at half-mast and his toes poked out of would-be shoes.
His shirt was dirty and his hair was uncombed and unwashed.
His whiskers were too short to be called a beard and his nose was so varicose it looked like a road map.
We were too far from him to smell, but I was sure he smelled. His hands waved and flapped on loose wrists.
'Hi there, baby; hi there, big boy. I see ya, buster,' the man said to Erik.

My husband and I exchanged looks, 'What do we do?'

Erik continued to laugh and answer, 'Hi.'

Everyone in the restaurant noticed and looked at us and then at the man. The old geezer was creating a nuisance with my beautiful baby.
Our meal came and the man began shouting from across the room, 'Do ya patty cake? Do you know peek-a-boo? Hey, look, he knows peek- a-boo.'

Nobody thought the old man was cute. He was obviously drunk.
My husband and I were embarrassed.
We ate in silence; all except for Erik, who was running through his repertoire for the admiring skid-row bum, who in turn, reciprocated with his cute comments.

We finally got through the meal and headed for the door. My husband went to pay the check and told me to meet him in the parking lot.
The old man sat poised between me and the door.
'Lord, just let me out of here before he speaks to me or Erik,' I prayed. As I drew closer to the man, I turned my back trying to sidestep him and avoid any air he might be breathing. As I did, Erik leaned over my arm, reaching with both arms in a baby's 'pick-me-up' position. Before I could stop him, Erik had propelled himself from my arms to the man.

Suddenly a very old smelly man and a very young baby consummated their love and kinship. Erik in an act of total trust, love, and submission laid his tiny head upon the man's ragged shoulder. The man's eyes closed, and I saw tears hover beneath his lashes.
His aged hands full of grime, pain, and hard labor, cradled my baby's bottom and stroked his back. No two beings have ever loved so deeply for so short a time.

I stood awestruck. The old man rocked and cradled Erik in his arms and his eyes opened and set squarely on mine. He said in a firm commanding voice,
'You take care of this baby.'

Somehow I managed, 'I will,' from a throat that contained a stone.

He pried Erik from his chest, lovingly and longingly, as though he were in pain.
I received my baby, and the man said, 'God bless you, ma'am, you've given me my Christmas gift.'

I said nothing more than a muttered thanks.
With Erik in my arms, I ran for the car. My husband was wondering why I was crying and holding Erik so tightly, and why I was saying, 'My God, my God, forgive me.'

I had just witnessed Christ's love shown through the innocence of a tiny child who saw no sin, who made no judgment; a child who saw a soul,
and a mother who saw a suit of clothes.

I was a Christian who was blind,
holding a child who was not.
I felt it was God asking, 'Are you willing to share your son for a moment?' when He shared His for all eternity.

The ragged old man, unwittingly, had reminded me,
'To enter the Kingdom of God , we must become as little children.'

Common Sense Making a Comeback?

November 21, 2010

Cuban Escape Pod

I found this boat while beach combing on Geiger Key in the Florida Keys. I don't know how long it's been there. I don't know the fate of the occupants. I don't know if I would have the courage to attempt what they did.

I DO know this is the perfect example of the failed policy worshipped by so many from the left.

November 11, 2010

Thank You

What is a Veteran?

Some veterans bear visible signs of their service: a missing limb, a jagged scar, a certain look in the eye.

Others may carry the evidence inside them: a pin holding a bone together, a piece of shrapnel in the leg - or perhaps another sort of inner steel: the soul's ally forged in the refinery of adversity.

Except in parades, however, the men and women who have kept America safe wear no badge or emblem.

You can't tell a vet just by looking.

He is the cop on the beat who spent six months in Saudi Arabia sweating two gallons a day making sure the armored personnel carriers didn't run out of fuel.

He is the barroom loudmouth, dumber than five wooden planks, whose overgrown frat-boy behavior is outweighed a hundred times in the cosmic scales by four hours of exquisite bravery near the 38th parallel.

She - or he - is the nurse who fought against futility and went to sleep sobbing every night for two solid years in Da Nang.

He is the POW who went away one person and came back another - or didn't come back AT ALL.

He is the Quantico drill instructor who has never seen combat - but has saved countless lives by turning slouchy, no-account rednecks and gang members into Marines, and teaching them to watch each other's backs.

He is the parade - riding Legionnaire who pins on his ribbons and medals with a prosthetic hand.

He is the career quartermaster who watches the ribbons and medals pass him by.

He is the three anonymous heroes in The Tomb Of The Unknowns, whose presence at the Arlington National Cemetery must forever preserve the memory of all the anonymous heroes whose valor dies
unrecognized with them on the battlefield or in the ocean's sunless deep.

He is the old guy bagging groceries at the supermarket - palsied now and aggravatingly slow - who helped liberate a Nazi death camp and who wishes all day long that his wife were still alive to hold him when the nightmares come.

He is an ordinary and yet an extraordinary human being - a person who offered some of his life's most vital years in the service of his country, and who sacrificed his ambitions so others would not have to sacrifice theirs.

He is a soldier and a savior and a sword against the darkness, and he is nothing more than the finest, greatest testimony on behalf of the finest, greatest nation ever known.

So remember, each time you see someone who has served our country, just lean over and say Thank You. That's all most people need, and in most cases it will mean more than any medals they could have been awarded or were awarded.

Two little words that mean a lot, "THANK YOU".

"It is the soldier, not the reporter, Who has given us freedom of the press. It is the soldier, not the poet, Who has given us freedom of speech. It is the soldier, not the campus organizer, Who has given us the
freedom to demonstrate. It is the soldier, Who salutes the flag, Who serves beneath the flag, and whose coffin is draped by the flag, who allows the protestor to burn the flag."

Father Denis Edward O'Brien/USMC

November 3, 2010

Make US Proud Marco!

We have given Marco Rubio the votes he asked for. Gladly.

But never forget this Marco, the Democrats got in due mostly to frustrations at the Republicans' ineffectiveness and spending. Real or perceived.

The GOP was fortunate to get a second chance to prove they aren't "Democrat Lite". Now you get to put your money where your campaign rhetoric was; resurrect the economy, create jobs and repeal the health care bill while replacing it with a more effective version. Not a small achievement.

But......go back to the GOP's old ways and Odumbass (or Hillary) gets in again in 12, guaranteed.

Best of luck!

November 1, 2010

The United States National Anthem

I have always detested the way well-known singers screw up the National Anthem, even forgetting the words.Tired of all those "recording stars" singing the national anthem? Here's what our military can do.
This will put a lump in your throat and make you proud to be an American!

And this my friends is the way it should be sung......... with no"artistic interpretation"

September 21, 2010

Colin "I Don't Hire Illegals" Powell

At one time I greatly admired Colin Powell. To the point that I had high hopes of him running for POTUS......When he backed Obama, I lost most of my respect for him but still gave him the benefit of the doubt:perhaps he knew something I didn't.

After seeing this video, I now realize what a liberal, hypocritical POS he really is. Listen to his statement at 2:40 of the interview.

September 8, 2010

Burn It!

The opinions and statements heard regarding the Florida preacher who wants to burn a quran or a hundred are amazing. How often has a high ranking military officer (General Petraeus) officially expressed his opinion in what should be none of his business? The controversy is strictly a civilian constitutional issue which has been hijacked by politicians.

The political correctness, fear of offending minorities (whether religious or racial) and most notably, the hypocrisy of the liberal left is well illustrated in this controversy.

As disgustingly vile and disturbing as burning or desecrating a religious or patriotic symbol is, (Christian, Muslim or otherwise) the freedom to do so in the U.S. should be protected.

Burn a bible or place a statue of Jesus in a bottle of urine and it is called exercising your first ammendment rights or "art". Burn a quran and it is sacrilegious and insulting!

And to those worrying that burning a book will "enrage" our enemies and cost American lives I ask, were our enemies not killing, beheading and dragging American bodies through their shit hole cities' streets and hanging them from their bridges BEFORE a quran was burned?

The Islamization of the world needs voices strong enough to say NO and ENOUGH and the US must lead the way. Europe certainly won't or can't. It would be a pleasant surpise if true, peaceful, Muslim religious leaders joined the party. Live and practise your religion in America as a Muslim, Jew, Christian or whatever and abide by her laws and customs. Try to establish your religious dominance here (Sharia Law) and be prepared to get your ass kicked out or your quran burned.

August 29, 2010


What's a "pin pan pun"? That's the question that started it all. Alejandro Medina and Adrian Perez where having a discussion when Alejandro's Colombian wife heard the term "pin pan pun" and asked what they were talking about. Obviously, she had never slept over a Cuban's home! The joke sparked an idea for the two friends and shortly thereafter, Ropa Vieja was born.

Ropa Vieja was founded in 2005 in Nueva Jersey, and was started because we felt there was a void of creative, fashion-forward clothing aimed at the Cuban and Hispanic communities. We wanted to fulfill the call for "sabor" in the street and sportswear industry, and have created a trend-setting, progressive line for all the Cubanazos and all Latinos. Ropa Vieja aims to celebrate our culture through fashion with a fresh, new perspective. The company is owned and operated by long-time Cuban-American friends, Alejandro and Adrian. Growing up in heavily Cuban environment, we were both exposed to the culture, and culture change of people from Cuba living in America.

This world has always been a breeding ground of visual and cultural inspiration. From the food to the music to the "slanguage", the ideal behind Ropa Vieja was born. That ideal has inspired our collection.
We speak spanglish. We combine culture, and we know what it's like to get hit by a chancleta!

We invite you to check out our line at http://www.miropavieja.com/ Gracias!

August 14, 2010

Look Out Obama!

Notice the contrast between educated, responsible, erudite and most likely employed, African Americans when they are directly compared to the entitled sector of the same race.

In any case, Obama's reign is about to get it from all sides pretty soon I think.

I find it disgusting that neither of these clips are being promoted (or condemned, in the case of the second video), by the very media who is quick to jump on the "Tea Partys are racist and the NAACP is not" bandwagon.

July 15, 2010

Something From My Favorite Comedian !

Isn't it amazing that George Carlin - comedian of the 70's and 80's - could write something so very eloquent...and so very appropriate.

A Message by George Carlin:
The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings but shorter tempers, wider Freeways, but narrower viewpoints. We spend more, but have less, we buy more, but enjoy less. We have bigger houses and smaller families, more conveniences, but less time. We have more degrees but less sense, more knowledge, but less judgment, more experts, yet more problems, more medicine, but less wellness.
We drink too much, smoke too much, spend too recklessly, laugh too little, drive too fast, get too angry, stay up too late, get up too tired, read too little, watch TV too much, and pray too seldom.
We have multiplied our possessions, but reduced our values. We talk too much, love too seldom, and hate too often.
We've learned how to make a living, but not a life. We've added years to life not life to years. We've been all the way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing the street to meet a new neighbor. We conquered outer space but not inner space. We've done larger things, but not better things.

We've cleaned up the air, but polluted the soul. We've conquered the atom, but not our prejudice. We write more, but learn less. We plan more, but accomplish less. We’ve learned to rush, but not to wait. We build more computers to hold more information, to produce more copies than ever, but we communicate less and less.
These are the times of fast foods and slow digestion, big men and small character, steep profits and shallow relationships. These are the days of two incomes but more divorce, fancier houses, but broken homes. These are days of quick trips, disposable diapers, throwaway morality, one night stands, overweight bodies, and pills that do everything from cheer, to quiet, to kill. It is a time when there is much in the showroom window and nothing in the stockroom.

Remember; spend some time with your loved ones, because they are not going to be around forever.

Remember, say a kind word to someone who looks up to you in awe, because that little person soon will grow up and leave your side.

Remember, to give a warm hug to the one next to you, because that is the only treasure you can give with your heart and it doesn't cost a cent.
Remember, to say, ' I love you ' to your partner and your loved ones, but most of all mean it. A kiss and an embrace will mend hurt when it comes from deep inside of you.
Remember to hold hands and cherish the moment for someday that person will not be there again.
Give time to love, give time to speak! And give time to share the precious thoughts in your mind.
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.

George Carlin

July 5, 2010

The Miami Savings Network

While trying to find ways to make a living during a bad economy I recently decided to put together a site which allows it's members as well as it's sponsors the opportunity to save a little money.
We recently created the Miami Savings Network, a website designed to offer it's members an opportunity to save money. Currently we are accepting sponsors for the website and if you have a Miami-based business and are willing to offer a discount on your services or products, you are a great candidate for receiving free advertising via our MSN website. Stop by and check out the site...if you'd like to join our sponsors by all means do so. The website address is http://www.miamisavingsnetwork.com/ Once a significant amount of sponsors have joined the program we'll be ready for the second stage of the project. We'll start selling the MSN membership to the general Miami public as soon as our goal for sponsors has been reached. The website will have numerous offers available to it's members and by searching the site you'll find many discounts on various products and services. Remember, the only requisite for becoming a member is that your business be based in Miami and that you make your offer worth while using.

As a sponsor of the Miami Savings Network, we encourage you to make your services or products as appealing as possible to your potential clients/customers. All submitted discounts on services/products are subject to review by the Miami Savings Network, prior to acceptance in the program. Please, if you are a regular visitor at Cubanazos.com be sure to mention it when completing the online application for sponsorship. There are no gimmicks to this program and this is a great opportunity to promote your miamibusiness completely free of charge !

June 29, 2010

Home and Roosting

The price of the extreme arrogance shown by Obama is coming home to roost. To use one of his mentors' lines.

We've (not me) elected an inexperienced, inept, left wing radical to our highest office and when he confirms his credentials we are surprised?

How many of his followers, the blacks, the welfare moochers, the ignorant young adults and the white guilt hand wringers are still defending and excusing his worthless ass?

We got the leadership we deserve. Now we pay the price. Disgusting.

June 27, 2010

What Liberals Think

The speaker, Evan Sayet, puts the liberal mindset into words better than I ever could. A very insightful video that will make you say, "Damn, that's true!" more than once.

June 22, 2010

Rolling Thunder!

3000 bikes. 3 hour salute. Endless courage and sacrifice!
I dare you to keep from wiping a tear from your eye.

June 20, 2010

Happy Fathers Day !

Since I was a little child,

In all that I've been through;

You've always been my hero,

No one stood as tall as you.

You were the one who took the time,

To teach what I needed to learn;

The lessons in life you shared with me,

You shared with love and concern.

I loved you as a little child,

And now that I am grown;

I share those lessons you taught me;

With children of my own.

Generation to generation,

I'll pass on your legacy;

I'll tell of my loving Grandfather,

And all that you mean to me.

Grandfathers Are Fathers Who Are Grand

Grandfathers are fathers who are grand,
Restoring the sense that our most precious things
Are those that do not change much over time.
No love of childhood is more sublime,
Demanding little, giving on demand,
Far more inclined than most to grant the wings
Allowing us to reach enchanted lands.
Though grandfathers must serve as second fathers,
Helping out with young and restless hearts,
Each has all the patience wisdom brings,
Remembering our passions more than others,
Soothing us with old and well-honed arts.

Grandpas hold our tiny hands for just a little while, but our hearts forever. ~Author Unknown

Happy Fathers Day !

June 12, 2010

New Movie

A good friend and fellow firefighter, Victor Alpizar, sent me this link. Help, if you are able, either by watching the movie or making a contribution. Bring a hankie.

June 11, 2010

Don't pick up any plastic bottles !!!

This was sent in by a friend last night so thought it important enough to post. Don't pick up any plastic bottles that may be laying in your yard, or other places if you don't know who put it there.

Be sure to watch the video below....

Pay attention to this.
1. A plastic bottle with a cap.
2. A little Drano.
3. A little water.
4. A small piece of foil.
5. Disturb it by moving it; and BOOM!!
6. No fingers left and other serious effects to your face, eyes, etc..

People are finding these bombs in mailboxes and in their yards, just waiting for you to pick it up intending to put it in the trash. But, you'll never make it !!!

It takes about 30 seconds to blow after you move the thing.
This happened a few days ago...April 27, as a matter of fact.


June 6, 2010


Liberals/Progressives/Socialists should all have expiration dates stamped on their asses. We would verify them like we check a loaf of bread. If they are past their useful date, they are thrown out like rotten fruit.

When the *&^% did reporters opinions start to matter?

May 27, 2010

Escape From Havana: An American Story - sneak peek

Premieres Thursday, May 27 at 9p ET/PT on CNBC

As the debate over immigration policy in the United States heats up, CNBC unearths an extraordinary chapter in American history that sheds new light on the controversial issue. Go inside the heart-wrenching tale of a group of immigrants who arrived on U.S. shores as children—without their parents—and have succeeded in America against all odds. Meredith Vieira narrates the story of Operation Pedro Pan.
Click to visit the ...Show Page


May 27 at 10p, 12a, & 1a ET
May 30 at 10p ET
May 31 at 10p ET

May 22, 2010

Jon Voight's Letter to America

Mike Huckabee's guest, Jon Voight, reads a letter he wrote to the American people asking us to take a stand against the policies Obama is trying to ram down our throats in his efforts to dismantle America and rebuild it as a Socialist, Marxist country.

May 1, 2010

Say It Ain't So Oh Perfect One!

Was the arrogant fraud caught with his ACORN in his hand? The Enquirer has lately developed quite a track record for scoops. Stay tuned.

April 23, 2010

Free Hosting with New Web Site Design Project !

Just wanted to let everyone know that we're offering free hosting with any new web site design project now thru July 15th 2010. If you're interested in getting your business launched on the web contact me at Omni Media Group www.omni-mediagroup.com so that I can help you get started. We will also include free search engine optimizing for your site and submit to Google, Yahoo and Bing after the site design is completed but only if you mention that you saw this post here at Cubanazos.com. I can be reached from 9 a.m til 6 p.m. daily Monday thru Friday. Our starter site which includes a custom graphics designed site with 5 pages ($799.00) pretty much covers any business getting started on the web today.We've been creating custom web pages since 1998 and we're located in Miami, Florida but don't hessitate to call us even if you're in California, we can design your site no matter where you're located. ....We take care of our clients the old fashion way with personal attention to detail ....If you have a few extra minutes to spare, watch the video located above. We offer many services, everything from web design, hosting, vehicle wraps, photography, printing and seo services  to video production. Presenting your company using a video on your website gives you the opportunity to present your company and/or products to your clients or potential clients via the web. Give me a call today, I'll be waiting for your call !

-Artie Ayala-
(305) 757-4WEB (4932)
Omni Media Group Web Design
Miami, Florida

March 31, 2010

Forever Fighting Fidel: In Praise of Andy Garcia

Forever Fighting Fidel: In Praise of Andy GarciaNot all Hollywood stars are knee-jerk “limousine liberals,” “Cadillac communists” or “Penthouse Bolsheviks” (to use a term coined in the Thirties to describe the excessive admiration many chic New Yorkers had for Stalin). And one of those exceptions is Andrés Arturo Garcia Menéndez, known to the world as Andy Garcia.

Of course, Andy – who has been a friend of mine for about ten years – had good reason to wander off the Hollywood liberal reservation. He was born in Cuba in 1956, just before the revolution, to a family opposed to Fidel Castro. They left the country when Andy was five and he has been fighting for his people against the Comandante/Caudillo’s totalitarian rule practically ever since.

When I first met Andy, I was a lefty myself, so we didn’t discuss politics much. We came together over a screenplay I had written called The Gardener, about an illegal alien living in LA, that Garcia wanted to star in. We never found the money, but remained friends, staying in touch often in an attempt to revive the movie that never got made. I also had an interest in things Cuban, having gone to see the seemingly-heroic, at least at the time, Castro speak in Central Park when I was thirteen-years old. Later (1979), I was a delegate to the first festival of the “New” Latin American Cinema in Havana. It was one of my first brushes with communism from the inside and some of my early disaffection with the left (yes, it took a long time for me to divorce myself) must stem from that trip. Cuba was like an island-sized jail to me then and, despite its beauty, I couldn’t have been more eager to leave.

But I maintained my interest in the subject and when I read last week that a demonstration was planned – led by Andy Garcia – in LA’s Echo Park in honor of Cuba’s Damas de Blanco (Ladies in White who fight for the freedom of family members incarcerated by the Castro regime), I phoned Andy to tell him I would like to come for PJTV. Not that it would have mattered. When the cameraman and I arrived at Echo Park on Sunday, we were surrounded by Cuban-Americans eager to tell their stories.

You can see that all on PJTV, but I would like to underscore how politically aware the Cubans at this demonstration were. And how sick they were of Hollywood, especially the love affair many of my colleagues have with Fidel Castro and Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara. That love affair is reminiscent of the attraction those “Penthouse Bolsheviks” referred to in my opening graph had for Stalin, as in Steven Soderbergh’s endless encomium to Che and Oliver Stone’s semi-sexualized crush on Castro, not to mention on Hugo Chavez.

But those are only obvious examples. This twisted love for totalitarians permeates much of the Hollywood culture. A director friend of mine told me with amusement that while on one of those Eighties cultural exchanges to Cuba, his wife couldn’t resist planting a big kiss on Castro’s cheek when the dictator made a surprise appearance at a reception they were attending. Such stories are typical.

I doubt Soderbergh or Stone or certainly the director’s wife ever spoke with Huber Matos, perhaps the most moving speaker at the Echo Park demonstration. In his nineties now, Matos was one of Fidel’s original comrades in the fight against Batista . But he made the mistake of voicing concern that the revolution was turning communist. For that, Che, in his typical fashion, wanted to put Matos in front of a firing squad (Al paredon!), but Fidel, not wanting to turn him into a martyr, intervened. Instead, the Caudillo incarcerated his former comrade for his views in the notorious prison at the Isle of Youth. There, Matos was tortured and had his cojones cut (quite literally) as he waited for twenty years to get out.

But back to the demonstration, the many Castro prisoners of today and Andy Garcia. These days, Cuba seems to be pretty much off our radar, except where Fidel’s health is concerned or for debates about the degree his brother Raúl is loosening things up (answer: not much). And given the interests of the current administration – its seeming disinterest in the activities of totalitarian regimes – this is not likely to change. All the more reason Andy Garcia – actor and Laker fan – is to be praised and supported. And, as you will see in the video, in LA’s Echo Park last weekend he was getting plenty of that praise and support from his fellow Cuban-Americans (and from Perez Hilton!). He deserves it.

Thanks Lyndsi for providing us the information about the article !

Watch The Video

March 19, 2010

Firefighter backflip

While doing our required yearly training in Utah, one of our Key West guys tried to do a backflip in the snow with full firefighting gear. He though he was at the beach.

I had a camera.
It wasn't pretty but Americas Funniest Videos decided it was worth airing on TV.

Watch it Sunday March 28th at 7pm on ABC. If you don't believe it's possible to laugh and cringe and say DAMN! at the same time, watch.

Update: 4/3/2010
I (Artie Ayala)  missed the show so, I'm adding the clip that aired on America's Funniest Videos in case you too missed out on this. Thanks Omar for your video taking skills ....This is definitely a good one !

March 12, 2010

Japan Surrenders!

Amazing never seen before video of all the signatories to the surrender of Japan. I never realized there were so many nations involved in the Allied powers. New Zealand!!!!

March 8, 2010

Dan Rather Tell the Truth!

"He couldn't sell watermelons if you gave him a state trooper to flag down the traffic".

The hillarious part is watching Chris "I want to take Obama in my mouth" Mathews interrupt Rather when he realizes the senile POS just screwed up and is on his way to making it worse. Liberals are idiots.

March 2, 2010

- Remember his name: Guillermo Toledo and also his face.

This Spanish actor said today that Cuban dissident Orlando Zapata Tamayo, was a "common criminal" and that the "alleged dissidents" who are currently in Castro's Gulag are "terrorists."

According to this bastard, the dissidents who are currently in jail in Cuba, like Dr. Darsi Ferrer or Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet, are "people who have committed terrorist acts against the Cuban government, acts of betrayal of their fatherland and a bunch of other crimes."

"They are neither dissidents nor political prisoners," he added. "That person, who they referred to as a dissident, was nothing but a common criminal, who was forced or manipulated by other persons to go on a hunger strike to the extreme of taking his own life."

I said to remember this bastard's name and face because I wouldn't doubt that in a few months, or years, he'll be in Miami, New York or L. A. promoting his latest film.

It has happened before. They hate us, but they love our money

Courtesy of my friend from the San Carlos Institute in Key West, Alejandro Pascual

February 25, 2010

Do Not Call Registry !

Cell Phone Numbers Go Public this month.
REMINDER...all cell phone numbers are being released to telemarketing companies and you will start to receive sales calls.


To prevent this, call the following number from your cell phone:
It is the National DO NOT CALL list. It will only take a minute of your time.. It blocks your number for five (5) years. You must call from the cell phone number you want to have blocked. You cannot call from a different phone number.

HELP OTHERS BY PASSING THIS ON; It takes about 20 seconds.

I personally checked this out myself and it is an actual good number and website address. If you'd rather not call in,you can go to www.donotcall.gov and sign up there.

February 17, 2010

More Ammo?

As if we needed more ammunition as reasons to dump this marxist POS and his sack licking, socialist pig friends.
*&^%$ I am so pissed off I can *&^%$#ng vomit!

I'm going for a long motorcycle ride before my *&^%$#@ head explodes.......

Home, Home......

This may be the best melding of rhythms and soul I have ever heard or seen. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.....Home...Home....

February 8, 2010

Congressman John Murtha Dead

We don't even have to vote them out of office, they are dying of shame.......
I respected his service to his country during the Vietnam war but somewhere and somehow he lost his way and became the kind of politician that is currently destroying the US with pork and leftist entitlements.
God rest his soul and good riddance!

January 24, 2010

Unidos Para Haiti - Pa' Lante - Willy Chirino

Just a small clip of tonights "Unidos para Haiti" featuring Willy Chirino and Shakira. I made my donation, have you ? If you haven't, visit Univision.com and make your donation. All donations made thru Univision go directly to the Red Cross who has already committed to sending 10 million dollars. There were many other celebrities and to see their clips visit: http://www.univision.com/content/videoplayer.jhtml?cid=2251731

January 23, 2010

Watch This!

Like Beck or not, (I do) he makes some very good points.

January 19, 2010

They should play this non stop at All Airports!!!

Angel was busy at work so am posting this on his behalf...

Frank Sinatra in Song
They should play this non stop at All Airports!!!

Turn up the sound and click on the link below.......

Thanks Angel...This is definitely a good one !

January 13, 2010


More than 100,000 feared dead in Haiti quake !

If you're looking to help with the relief efforts in Haiti here are several ways to assist...I have posted several options. The smallest contribution will help these people who so desperately need our help !

Hip Hop artist Wyclef Jean is urging people to donate $5 to his Haitian charity, Yéle Haiti, by texting "YELE" to 501501. (The donation will be automatically charged to your cellphone bill.) His is one of many Haiti earthquake relief efforts underway.

The process is simple and you'll receive a text message back asking you to verify the donation of $5 donation which will be billed on your cell phone bill and which I'm sure will greatly appreciated. If you feel uncomfortable with the $5 donation process via text message, here's a few additional places to make donations to help.

People wanting to make monetary donations may do so to the following charity organizations. Please reference Miami-Dade County Hurricane Relief Drive in the memo section of checks.

American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund
P.O. Box 37243
Washington, DC 20013

1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or 1-800-257-7575 (Spanish)


Donors should designate a specific disaster when making a check or credit card donation to the American Red Cross.

Donation Locations:

Food For The Poor
6401 Lyons Road
Department 9662
Coconut Creek, FL 33073
(954) 427-2222

Operation Helping Hands
c/o United Way of Miami-Dade
P.O. Box # 459007
Miami, FL 33245-9007
(305) 646-7129

World Vision

Attention: Haiti Relief
7220 NW 36th Street, Suite 228
Miami, FL 33166
1-888-511-6400 (English)
1-888-511-6404 (Spanish)

Donors should designate Haiti Relief when making a check or credit card donation to World Vision.

This weekend, Sept. 27-28 the Archdiocese of Miami will have a special collection in all parishes and mission; all money collected will be for the victims of Tropical Storm Fay, Hurricanes Gustav and Ike. The Archdiocese of Miami has 111 parishes, 7 missions and 1 national shrine in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties.

The Archdiocese of Miami is also currently collecting non-perishable food and clothing for Haitians devastated by the recent storms. In addition, they are taking up a special Hurricane Relief Collection in all churches and missions on the weekend of Sept. 28 for all the people in the affected islands. Below are the four churches currently accepting canned food items for Haiti.

1) St. James Catholic Church
540 NW 132nd St.
N. Miami, 33168

2) Holy Family Catholic Church
14500 NE 11th Ave.
Miami, 33161

3) Notre Dame D' Haiti Mission
110 NE 62nd St.
Miami, 33138

4) St. Joseph Haitian Mission
1210 NW 6th Ave.
Pompano Beach, 33060

Canned food donations will only be accepted at those locations.

Catholic Charities continues to accept financial donations. Checks can be made out to Catholic Charities with the target country clearly marked on the memo line and mailed to:

Catholic Charities
Archdiocese of Miami
Storm Aid
9401 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami Shores, FL 33138


The City of Miami is doing a non-perishable food and clothing drive for victims in Haiti through Sept. 19. Food and clothing drops will be located at all City of Miami Fire Stations and Neighborhood Enhancement Team (NET) offices. Residents are encouraged to donate non-perishable items and clothing. The City of Miami is also partnering with Food for the Poor to distribute the donated non-perishable items. For those who wish to make a monetary contribution should make checks out to Food for the Poor and should include code #SC#057940. For more information, or to send your tax deductible contribution, please call 1-800-487-1158 and reference the special code, or visit www.foodforthepoor.org/relief

North Shore Medical Center and the Dade County Tenet Healthcare hospitals consisting of Palmetto Hospital, Hialeah Hospital and Coral Gables have joined together to gather non-perishable food items and clothing for the people of Haiti. If anyone has questions regarding what items to contribute, please call Barbara Plizga @ 305-694-3714.

Our address is:

North Shore Medical Center
1100 N. W. 95 Street
Miami, FL 33150
Contact: Barbara Plizga 305-694-3714

Our sister hospitals:

Hialeah Hospital
651 East 25 Street
Hialeah, FL 33013
Contact: Ivon Brinis 305-835-4232

Coral Gables Hospital
3100 Douglas Road
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Contact: Lauren Morton 305-441-6870

The City of Hialeah:

The City of Hialeah will be collecting all kinds of non-perishable goods for the survivors who have been so severely affected by the storms.

Mayor Julio Robaina, the City of Hialeah, and the City Council urge all of its residents to reach out and make a donation of any size for those in desperate need of help in the poverty stricken countries. Non perishable goods and clothing will be accepted at any of the City of Hialeah Fire Stations in the following days and more information will be given as it becomes available.

Many men, women and children in Haiti are now without food and water and the country in urgently crying for help. Please reach out and donate.

Limit collections to non perishable foods and one small box or bag of clothing per family to any of the following fire stations:

My Donation Locations of Choice would be the Fire Stations in general but here are some that are available in Hialeah!

Station 1
93 East 5 Street
Hialeah, FL. 33010

Station 2
4200 East 8 Avenue
Hialeah, FL. 33013

Station 3
800 West 49 Street
Hialeah, FL. 33012

Station 4
251 East 12 Avenue
Hialeah, FL. 33010

Station 5
1197 West 74 Street
Hialeah, FL. 33014

Station 6
780 West 25 Street
Hialeah, FL. 33012

Station 7
7590 West 24 Avenue
Hialeah, FL. 33016

Station 8
5405 West 18 Avenue
Hialeah, FL. 33012

To follow CNN's Twitter feed devoted to breaking news in Haiti click below...http://twitter.com/cnnbrk/haiti

January 11, 2010

They Deserve The Government They Have

I have had the opportunity to view much of what happens in Cuba currently, and most, if not all, is depressing and heartbreaking.

This video of a "school dance" in Cuba is without a doubt the most disgusting and heartbreaking of all because of who the victims are and what these adult pigs are creating for the future of Cuba.

Special thanks to a good friend, Alejandro Pascual of the San Carlos Institute in Key West, for the link.

Visit at http://www.institutosancarlos.org/