Art by Rob Goldstein

The Store that Sells Donald Trump Piñatas

There is a store at 1051 Valencia Street that sells Donald Trump Piñatas and other Trump related paraphernalia.

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Inside The Store that Sells Donald Trump Piñatas
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They Got Hats
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And More Hats
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And Every Day Essentials

 

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But Mostly Piñatas


https://robertmgoldstein.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/lindaronstadt-dondevoy.mp3

Linda Ronstadt – Donde Voy
Community Audio

CASA BONAMPAK
is Fair Trade importing store dedicated to the preservation of Mexican culture & traditions.

Located ‘En el Corazon de la Mision’ ~ The Heart of San Francisco’s Latin  District: The Mission, we have been serving the community for 19 years.

We work directly with artisans in Latinamerica to preserve Ancient & Modern Traditions specializing in Retail, Online, Wholesale & Special Events.

Thank you for supporting Fair Trade ~Gracias por apoyar el Comercio Justo!

1051 Valencia St. (Bet.22nd & 21st St.) San Francisco, CA 94110
415-642-4079 Fax (415) 642-0699

info@mexevents.com nancy@casabonampak.com

Please note: I am not affiliated with CASA BONAMPAK  or mexevents.com in any way.

The post of Donde Voy by Linda Ronstadt is for educational purposes and serves to illustrate that the United States and Mexico have shared cultures and people to our mutual benefit for centuries.

 

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28 thoughts on “The Store that Sells Donald Trump Piñatas

  1. ‘People in the U.S. need to shake off their addiction to a media that lies to them; rediscover the fine art of thinking for themselves; and then ask themselves the simple question of why a nation of people that invade innocent nations and murders its disabled citizens on the streets is worthy of respect, much less a leadership position in the civilized world.’ Good luck with that! 🙂

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    1. I know, right? I don’t know where my persistent faith in people’s ability to do the right thing comes from. Obviously if the citizens of the United States were able to take responsibility for the mess we’ve made of our government we would already have demanded and completed an investigation into the Invasion of Iraq. We would already have turned out backs on privately owned media that has no other purpose than the dissemination of lies and propaganda. Yet I continue to believe that the people of my country will one day wake up and behave as if they understand the rule of law and the need to use compassion in the exercise of power.

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      1. Ah but hope is good though. Even a Negative Nellie like me knows that. But your country seems so vast that I couldn’t imagine it ever thinking with one brain, especially as you say with people getting their news from such disparate places like Fox and then some people actively seeking something that more resembles the truth.
        But hey it’s interesting to mull over it with you.

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      1. Yes, a frightening future for America if he gets in…what person in the 21st century seriously considers building a wall between two countries? I believe that’s been done before and look how that ended…I shall be interested to see if PM May will continue the road laid down by Cameron et al.

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      2. Everything we are living through today has happened before… And the truly sad thing about this current episode of collective stupidity is that we have film archives of the last one.

        Perhaps I’m unfair but it’s hard to have patience for a person or a nation of people who ignore their own history and pursue a path of self destruction with the knowledge that what they are doing can only end badly.

        People in the U.S. need to shake off their addiction to a media that lies to them; rediscover the fine art of thinking for themselves; and then ask themselves the simple question of why a nation of people that invade innocent nations and murders its disabled citizens on the streets is worthy of respect, much less a leadership position in the civilized world.

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      3. Ha! Yes and it’s taught as history in our schools! What hope for the next generation, really.
        I can understand the need for news but it should at least be a well-informed and unbiased source. Fat chance!

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      4. We once understood that unregulated Capitalist will rig everything to their benefit and thus regulated essential services. The Equal Time law was designed to prevent wealthy people from using the press to blare uninformed opinions and outright lies as fact. Reagan guts the Equal Time law and the result is Fox News: The 24/7 Clinton smear and scandal channel.

        We know better–and that makes the current situation even less acceptable.

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      5. People don’t or can’t learn though…trial by media has become commonplace, as witness Christopher Jeffries. We pride ourselves on a free press, but as you said, rather than a tool for the accurate reporting and sharing of information it has become a means to an end, a medium for scaremongering and vilifying.

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      6. I’ve done an unauthorized and unfunded study of the top headlines in my news feeds on Yahoo and Bing. I have preference tracking disabled in my browser and in my windows 10 settings…I also disabled them on Google. It’s comforting to have the illusion that I’m not being tracked.
        Without fail the topmost headline in both homepages are fox news and for the past thirty days it’s been all about Hillary’s email and Benghazi.

        The most idiotic of AI learning systems would note that I never click on a link to a news story from Fox, The Washington Post, and The New York Post or any other smear and scare rag.
        Sooo…we are either being fed lies by the corporate media online as well as off line….
        Or…well…I don’t know what or might be…:)

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      7. Interesting…I’m always quite wary about using the Internet and believing what you see on it. Never occurred to me about preference tracking etc.(duhh!) I’m going to get my son to disable mine to see what happens…whatever next?! Free microchipping service with every child born?

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      8. It’s interesting to see the consistency with which right wing media adheres to it’s talking points. Those talking points are: 1. Congress approved the War in Iraq therefore Bush didn’t lie. 2. Obama is responsible for the terrible condition of race relations in the U.S. because he is ‘politically correct’ and — well..Black. 3. Republicans are the true patriots and have every right to defame and slander those who disagree with them. 4. Obama is a secret Muslim. 5. Everything a Democrat does is a scandal that merits a full on Congressional investigation at the taxpayers expense and 6. The ‘liberal media’ is destroying the country with ‘politically correct’ speech even though the only news outlets that use political talking points and politicized code words to the exclusion of actual news are Fox News, The Washington Post, The New York Post, and Newsmax.

        There are other points but I’m saving them for the post I’m writing.

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      9. Fascinating to read..your point of view sheds a whole different light on some of the news we get here…the fact that Obama is black was seized upon with great relish by some people here and distorted for their own ends.I don’t care what colour/gender/ religion the person in charge of the country is, as long as they do a good and reasoned job. PM May seems a lot less media friendly than Cameron, I hope she proves more astute. I shall await your post with interest : )

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      10. I’m still collecting the screen shots. It’s interesting because I see the same thing on all social media. In the past thirty days I have not seen a single news report from Fox or the New York Post that wasn’t supportive of the GOP. When Democrats are mentioned it is always a contemptuous personal attack — they never mention policy and they never provide context.

        I think they’re still using Newt’s GOPAC talking points: http://wp.me/p47Ymh-yq

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