Friday, November 18, 2005

Lazy Mexicans?

Viva Mexico, Mi raza!!!

(Alive Mexico, My race!)

Mi raza, join us to celebrate El Dia de los Muertos in the University of Oregon.

(My race, join us to celebrate the Day of Deads in the University of Oregon.)

MEChA Nationals for 2002

But...
This page is still under construction.

Um, it's a little late for 2002. Maybe if you could read English then the construction would have been finished on time. No wonder people hate contractors.

Nothing like an unfinished website advocating for "My Race" on a taxpayer funded website.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your translation is so wrong it's not even funny. You're a sick fuck.

Jason the Outspoken said...
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Jason the Outspoken said...

First, "viva Mexico" means "live Mexico" - it comes from the imperative form of 'vivir' which means "to live."

Second, I'm not sure what the heading "Lazy Mexicans" is supposed to mean.

Third, el dia de los muertos refers to a festival that starts the day after Halloween. It is celebrated in many Latin American countries. The correct interpretation of the name is 'the day of the dead.'