That's not what La Onda's about. I represent La Onda here. I sold out, so I deserve some, right? And stay out of trouble. It's not what they did to me. They want me to write a book on the Chicano in prison.
And I really want to, carnal. You can stay here, ese. Smokey, I got you covered! Introduction of the Topic In the last fifty years gang related crime in Southern California has increased exponentially causing a serious problem for law enforcement, in particular in certain parts of Los Angeles. Your mama was a freebie! I wish I could have seen your father's face. At least you gave me some paintings, ese. The Corps is making a man of him. I use the history of the Chicano people in the United States, anthropological research focusing specifically, and uniquely, on Chicano prisoners in San Quentin between 1966 and 1968.
Hey, life's a risk, carnal. Hey, boy, that shit wouldn't happen if you were up here with Daddy. Cruzito, you are a lone stallion among mules. East Los has gotten really crowded. See who paints that portrait of your girl like you wanted me to.
Hey, welcome to the barrio, homes. It's been dipped 20 times to make you hump all night long, Paco. Now , one would think they would take his name off it if his music was not featured in the movie. Let me get those cuffs. Mira, if you're ever in any pain, homey, you just come talk to me. We gotta turn the system around. You're a two-time loser, Smokey.
Now they're gonna take us apart piece by piece. Additionally I contextualize with secondary empirical material in forms of interviews. You bet cash, you lose cash, you pay cash, pimpmobile. Take it to y, our houses. Your place is great, and I wanna come back. Now you're back to your true nature, boy, crawlin' on your belly like a worm. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation breaks up the San Quentin Leadership of La Onda and scatters them across prisons in California and Texas.
Just wait till your number's called, ese. You know, the way that I see it, Cruzito. It does not matter if they are African Americans warring against the Aryan Brotherhood or if they are Mexicans warring other Mexican gangs. I'm gonna catch you on the fuckin' rebound, punk! Still, it's a great movie and I highly recommend it. One traumatic experience sends each of the main characters on separate paths and it is sad how their relationships get strained. Oh, it's so good to see you.
Oy, e, pendejo, this is my lunch hour. It's a sucker's deal, ese. Let's get the fuck outta here! Where do you want to go, Vegas vato? Hey, Aguilar, that, uh, that con you blasted just got out of surgery. I gotta get him to the hospital, homes! We take intellectual property concerns very seriously, but many of these problems can be resolved directly by the parties involved. You are your jacket, 'cause to them you're just a number. They are tu estilo, Toluca.
Tell Red Ryder I got that protein powder he wanted. Why was it not discussed first? Bob, cover that money up. Get your ass right there, stand there and don't move! I'm also surprised this movie didn't win many awards. What do you think I am, a pendejo? You don't know how good it is to see you, vato. Ese, Pepe don't belong in La Onda. So you really like it, huh? I got the medicine to make you well, vato.