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… will the Texas Film Commission’s morality police give a tax incentive to Robert Rodriguez’s “revenge fantasy for illegal immigrants?”

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I have said many times before that one of the most amusing parts of my weekly routine is the Monday afternoon editorial meeting at the Texas Observer. The conversations are usually localized around the quirks and excesses of Texas politics and culture, and they inevitably deviate into something unrelated but interesting.

This week (admittedly, not a Texas phenomena): squirrel melts.

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I’ve never used an ATM, so I don’t know what the fees are,” Nelson said, adding that he gets his cash from bank tellers, just not automatic ones. “It’s true, I don’t know how to use one. But I could learn how to do it just like I’ve . . . I swipe to get my own gas, buy groceries. I know about the holograms.”

Kind of reminds me of

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That whole “slave trade” thing? Don’t worry about it—United States didn’t have anything to do with that. The “Atlantic triangular trade,” on the other hand …

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The largest panoramic picture ever taken.

Also, this.

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Another post from Cine Las Americas.

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I thought this was pretty amusing.

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