I told you I was back. Since my first blog post of the year back in July, I’ve blogged a total of 0(!) times. Yes, baby! We did it! Despite my lack of “stick-to-it-iveness” and my inability to “get right,” I’m back for my annual end-of-year list. I know, you’re probably like, “Damn, what makes Dago’s … Continue reading Playing Favorites 2016
I don’t really believe in astrology or horoscopes or whatever. This isn’t a wild new idea. People talk about what a racket it is all the time. Uh, except for that part about Sagittariuses (sp? I don’t know how to use Goggle). That’s true. In high school, someone showed me some Geocities site with a … Continue reading Dago’s #1 Burger Blog and Emergency Opinions Center [BETA]
You might be asking yourself, “Damn, does Dago ever get tired of no one reading his lists?” The obvious answer is “No.” I’m back after a year away from my beloved, shitty blog dedicated to my distaste for candy and fear of El Cucuy. If you didn’t know, every year I write a lil bloggy-poo … Continue reading Playing Favorites 2015
Hey, y’all, it’s that time of year again. I’m dusting off the old blog, and I’m going to share my favorite music releases of the year. Just for clarification I consider a release anything from a 7″, EP, LP, or a mixtape. Pretty much everything is eligible unless it’s just single solitary song. Last year, I … Continue reading Playing Favorites 2014
It’s the time of year again! Everyone’s lists are coming out, and you can’t wait to read them. I know you can’t wait. I see it in your eyes. Look at you. These are my favorite songs of the year. I usually do albums, but I thought I’d change it up a bit this year. … Continue reading My Favorite Songs of 2013
As much as I like to play a disinterested fool on the Internet, I’m pretty dang sensitive and probably more than most. I’m a highly idealistic person (not like in an elitist way but in a “everyone’s humanity should be respected” way), and it’s hard for me not to get my heart broken just about … Continue reading The Wall
I’m not a’scared of much, guys. Yeah, getting into large bodies of water, change, being abandoned, Cubans, heights, and ghosts usually terrify me, but most other stuff is fine. I’ve been watching The Following lately, and that just gives me great ideas for stories I should read or how to infiltrate a sorority house. It’s supposed to be scary. There isn’t much that can send chills up my spine. Yet, there is one thing that is universally terrifying for Latin@s.