KENIN OTIMO UIKA, NOCHANZIUATL, NOCHANTLAKATL...HOW IS IT GOING, MY HOMEGIRL, MY HOMEBOY? Alright, Chief Golden Light Eagle and Jackie Bird Tlazokamati ue kualli kuikatl...thank you for the beautiful song!!!
This a very nice video, I enjoyed it and appreciate it, but there are two major glaring flaws in the presentation as a whole that I hope you can appreciate, and which will make your work more accurate and appreciated.1.NEZAUALKOYOTL does not translate to hungry coyote but fasting coyote; 2.TEXKOKO, which was under the responsibility of NEZAUALKOYOTL, was the third member of the Triple Alliance in union with TLAKOPAN and MEXIKO TENOCHTITLAN;think of it as a precept to live by, an admonishment.
NUKYEN124 You are a very disrespectful and ignorant person, go tune in to something else that turns you on and quit disrespecting our elders. If you are an ignorant tourist there is nothing that can change that! One more thing, I doubt you will go and tell him to his face, but if you do go again...GORILA IS WAITING FOR YOU!!!
relax, buddy, that is a whole lot of bullshit coming out of your mouth. Be cool, now listen, there is no one here trying to mislead anyone, rather we are sharing the best we can to honor and respect our ancient culture and traditions. There is a lot to learn, yes no doubt, but there is a lot of information that we have already received that encourages us to present it this way. Si no te gusta, pos no hay pedo, pero tampoco seas tan igualado a los maestros como Don Andres, EPD
WHEREAS: CCSF proudly and profoundly impacted the immediate and the future of a majority of its students and community by reaching to the past and respectfully placing a representation of the Aztek Calendar at its Mission Campus.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: March 12th is recognized as the Mexika New Year at CCSF.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: that this day be observed and celebrated by CCSF, as a day of recognition of Indigenous Cultures beginning this year, March 12, 2010, 6am.