'Bless Me, Ultima' tour in Silver City

'Bless Me, Ultima' tour in Silver City

There are 18 comments on the Deming Headlight story from Nov 12, 2010, titled 'Bless Me, Ultima' tour in Silver City. In it, Deming Headlight reports that:

"Everything is connected. Take all that is good and beautiful into your heart -- you will see how it is all one beautiful mystery." -- Ultima The Mimbres Region Arts Council in a partnership with Theater Group New Mexico, The Vortex Theater and the National Hispanic Cultural Center will present the Southwest finale of "Bless Me, Ultima," the play.

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Deputy276

United States

#1 Nov 12, 2010
You binners take this show and shove it! Right up your greasy culos!
Conservative Revolution

United States

#2 Nov 12, 2010
Deputy276 wrote:
You binners take this show and shove it! Right up your greasy culos!
I'm with you, amigo. These taco benders need to mount a burro. Of course their women look like burros so when they mount them they might think they will ride home. Nope just making another anchor baby.
Cave Man

United States

#3 Nov 12, 2010
Remember this, my Hate-Crime friends: The book is based in WWII era and is about the people that were here in America when the Spanish speakers came in 1492...(The Pilgrims arrived in 1612, 120 years later...)

Them Spanish speakers killed all them Indian men and married their women because they didn't bring their own women. They had brought Christianity to America and hade been HERE for 450 years at the era the story (518 years now...)

The United States just celebrated their 234th year as a nation...

Who actually is the ANCHOR BABY??????????
hmmmm

United States

#4 Nov 13, 2010
Deputy276 wrote:
You binners take this show and shove it! Right up your greasy culos!
Actually, ignorant fellas, I'm a teacher at an NM high school. The illegal crowd doesn't generally appreciate this story, as it's about some of the Hispanic folks who've been here in New Mexico for generations, long before so-called "white people." Rudolfo Anaya actually takes some heat from the "newcomer" mexicanos, for not being more overtly supportive of their extreme views.

I have taught this book for several years. It is beautifully written, and gives a wonderful insight into the lives of post WWII rural New Mexico. It also garners much criticism for its challenges to the Catholic Church, and its theme of moral independance. You should read it.

Oh, and I guess you meant "beaners." It refers to the beans that many Mexicans eat. I know it's a big word for a mental midget, but try not to be so obvious in your ignorance.
Deputy276

United States

#5 Nov 13, 2010
hmmmm wrote:
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Actually, ignorant fellas, I'm a teacher at an NM high school. The illegal crowd doesn't generally appreciate this story, as it's about some of the Hispanic folks who've been here in New Mexico for generations, long before so-called "white people." Rudolfo Anaya actually takes some heat from the "newcomer" mexicanos, for not being more overtly supportive of their extreme views.
I have taught this book for several years. It is beautifully written, and gives a wonderful insight into the lives of post WWII rural New Mexico. It also garners much criticism for its challenges to the Catholic Church, and its theme of moral independance. You should read it.
Oh, and I guess you meant "beaners." It refers to the beans that many Mexicans eat. I know it's a big word for a mental midget, but try not to be so obvious in your ignorance.
Kiss the chile, willy.
Native New Mexican

Las Cruces, NM

#6 Nov 13, 2010
As the article stated, Bless me Ultima is based on respect for all creation and the quest for harmony. I suggest that Deputy276 and Conservative Revolution read the book and hopefully they will learn something about being in harmony with humanity. I for one applaud Silver City for bringing culture and entertainment into their community. Count me in for the performance.
Deputy276

United States

#7 Nov 13, 2010
There's nothing about Mexicans that is in harmony with anything but welfare checks and food stamps. Lazy mojados. They want to be paid to unwrap their tamales.
Native New Mexican

Roy, WA

#8 Nov 13, 2010
I wouldn't call Mexicans mojados or lazy if I was you. Learn your history first pal. The area we recognize as being New Mexico was settled by "Mexicans" way before your ancestors ever stepped foot here. Let's see the archdiocese of Santa Fe just celebrated 400 years of the first catholic church settlement which was established by the Spanish. My ancestors (4th generations) are from Old Mesilla born here in the 1800's. New Mexico became a state in 1910. So the way I figure it "we" were here first and had already set up settlements, farming, etc before your ancestors came up this way. Bless you anyway.
Deming-ite

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#9 Nov 13, 2010
Deputy276 wrote:
There's nothing about Mexicans that is in harmony with anything but welfare checks and food stamps. Lazy mojados. They want to be paid to unwrap their tamales.
That's a pretty low blow to the Mexican people isn't it ? Sort of stereotyping them I'd say. Guess everyone's entitled to their opinions, so here's mine. I find Mexicans, for the most part, pretty hard working and warm people. We moved here several years ago and guess who built our home ? Mexicans, and a fine job they did too. We pass fields on our way to town and guess who's out there picking to earn a few extra bucks ? Most, if not all, are Mexicans. I don't know if you live in New Mexico Deputy 276, but I'm guessing you do, and if so, maybe Idaho would be better for you if you have such a low opinion of them. By the way, I'm Caucasian, with a son in law that was born in Mexico. If I'd handpicked a husband for my daughter I couldn't have done any better. He's a great father, husband, and a very hard worker for his family. My guess would be you're going to get plenty of retribution from your negative comments about Mexicans.

“Eys so hendsum!”

Since: Jun 09

Ol' Juarez

#10 Nov 13, 2010
Deputy276 wrote:
There's nothing about Mexicans that is in harmony with anything but welfare checks and food stamps. Lazy mojados. They want to be paid to unwrap their tamales.
No, "Mojados" aren't lazy. They are willing to work and work hard, unlike US American's that refuse to flip burgers ,even if it means putting food on the table.

“Eys so hendsum!”

Since: Jun 09

Ol' Juarez

#11 Nov 13, 2010
Deputy276 wrote:
There's nothing about Mexicans that is in harmony with anything but welfare checks and food stamps. Lazy mojados. They want to be paid to unwrap their tamales.
Bigot!
Deming-ite

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#12 Nov 13, 2010
Conservative Revolution wrote:
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I'm with you, amigo. These taco benders need to mount a burro. Of course their women look like burros so when they mount them they might think they will ride home. Nope just making another anchor baby.
You're not much better than Deputy 276 making comments like that, maybe both of you need to move to Idaho.
Conservative Revolution

United States

#13 Nov 14, 2010
Deming-ite wrote:
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You're not much better than Deputy 276 making comments like that, maybe both of you need to move to Idaho.
Maybe you beaners should just head south where you belong. The good old US of A is not for scum like Mexicans.
Native New Mexican

Santa Fe, NM

#14 Nov 14, 2010
Conservative Revolution wrote:
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Maybe you beaners should just head south where you belong. The good old US of A is not for scum like Mexicans.
Sorry to disappoint you Conservative Revolution but this beaner is staying put right here in good OLD Nuevo Mexico in the Good 'ol US of A. And if you don't like it maybe you should just crawl back into the hole you came from cause @#$% like you aren't good enough to breathe the air we live in. Anyway you living in a state called Nuevo HEXICO, well I think your in the wrong state.
Native New Mexican

Santa Fe, NM

#15 Nov 14, 2010
I also take it that Deputy 276 and Conservative Revolution will not be partaking of the festivities in Las Cruces or Mesilla this weekend which is host to the 17th Annual Mariachi Conference, "Celebrating Tradition and Preserving Culture". And that they also did not celebrate "el dia de los muertos" on Nov. 2. Well you just don't know what your missing. Nuevo Mexico is a state rich in its heritage, culture, and traditions.
dpb

Ordway, CO

#16 Nov 14, 2010
Bigots are the only reason one could support the return of the death penalty -- Kill the bastards and clean up our world. Let's celebrate "Kill a bigot for Christ" week.
Deming-ite

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#17 Nov 14, 2010
Conservative Revolution wrote:
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Maybe you beaners should just head south where you belong. The good old US of A is not for scum like Mexicans.
If you'd taken the time to read my post (#9), you would have noticed I said I was Caucasian, not a "beaner", as you so delicately put it. It must be tough living with yourself and having so much hatred inside.
Conservative Revolution

United States

#18 Nov 14, 2010
Native New Mexican wrote:
I also take it that Deputy 276 and Conservative Revolution will not be partaking of the festivities in Las Cruces or Mesilla this weekend which is host to the 17th Annual Mariachi Conference, "Celebrating Tradition and Preserving Culture". And that they also did not celebrate "el dia de los muertos" on Nov. 2. Well you just don't know what your missing. Nuevo Mexico is a state rich in its heritage, culture, and traditions.
Wow aren't you a genius? Who wants to hear those beaners playing that crap? Their celebrations are as stupid as they are.

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