I found the immigration records for several family members here. Super neat.
scooter bird startup
I wonder how long it will take for the scooters to be stolen and/or disassembled to be sold as parts.
Hopefully I’m wrong.
When I first heard Maná was in charge of the Mexico's World Cup theme, I 100% honestly thought it was a joke.
It isn't. Why Maná? Why? Anything but Maná!
I always drank Topo Chico as a kid. I was delighted when it became available in Austin. Then I was puzzled when it became the go-to drink of hipsters. Regardless, this is the soda that you must use with scotch.
John Oliver takes 18 minutes to completely destroy Trump's ridiculous border wall idea. It's too easy.
"While Sean Penn’s scoop is undeniable, so is his failure as a journalist and his naïveté."
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#1 is one of the best goals I've seen. Add to that that it was against the arch-rival and in the final and after coming back from a 2-0 against.
I'm someone who always went to the stadium in Mexico since I was a little boy. This makes me sick to my stomach and it needs to be dealt with swiftly and severely.
Not a great website, but what the heck. I link to it because I own a bunch of his pieces.
▶ Pepsi presenta a Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Palencia y "El Matador": Como Aficionado Nunca te Retiras. - YouTube
Nice ad by Pepsi Mexico.
Very interesting article on the capture of El Chapo Guzmán.
This is a first: The Mexican soccer league final will be streamed via YouTube. Tomorrow at 8 PM.
Maybe the best graphic design for the Olympics so far.
¿Fallas? Alguien se está clavando la lana de las pruebas. Toda esta historia es increíble.
Gente con #iPhone en #Mexico: lean esto y si logran desbloquear su teléfono me dicen. #unlock #telcel http://t.co/4YAnbQVv
Absent from public discourse, the harm that America's lax gun policy has outside of the USA. From the article:
According to former President Felipe Calderon, who oversaw the government’s efforts to crack down on drug cartel-related violence, Mexican authorities seized over 140,000 weapons (including 84,000 high-powered assault weapons) during his term. Up to 70% of these firearms were traced back to the US. In a press conference earlier this year, Calderon lamented that “One of the main factors that allows criminals to strengthen themselves is the unlimited access to high-powered weapons, which are sold freely, and also indiscriminately, in the United States of America.”
IFE, this spot on the Colbert Report was well earned. I wonder if that was the goal all along.