That’s a big Fajita

Gilberto Escamilla, 53, was employed at the Hester Juvenile Detention Center in San Benito, Texas. It was discovered that he had been placing orders for fajitas using county funds and then selling them for his own profit according to Court filings. Escamilla’s scheme unraveled last August after a delivery driver with Labatt Food Service phoned the detention center to give kitchen employees a heads-up that an 800-pound delivery of fajitas had arrived. Employees immediately thought the delivery to be suspicious as minors at the detention center are not served fajitas, however the delivery driver insisted that had been delivering fajitas to the detention center’s kitchen for years. “It was selfish. It started small and got bigger and out of control,” Escamilla said during court testimony. “It got to the point where I couldn’t control it anymore.” Escamilla was fine of $10,000 on top of the $1,251,578 he was ordered to pay back for the cost of the fajitas, officials said.


Holy Tamale

A Mexican magician tells the crowd he will disappear at the count of 3.
He goes, “Uno, Dos….” and POOF!
He disappears without a Tres.

Seven days without Mexican food….
Makes Juan weak.

U.S. Navy destroyer stops four Mexicans rowing towards Texas. The Captain gets on the loud-hailer and shouts: “Ahoy, small craft. Where are you headed?” One of the Mexicans puts down his oar, stands up, and shouts, “Gringo, we are invading the United States of America to reclaim the territory taken by the USA during the 1800’s.” The entire crew on the destroyer doubles over in laughter. When the Captain finally catches his breath, he gets back on the loud-hailer and asks, “Just the four of you?” The same Mexican stands up again and shouts, “No, we’re the last 4. The other 20 million are already there.”

What do you call the smell of leftover Mexican food in your car?
A Texas air freshener.


November 3rd Birthdays

1953 – Kate Kapshaw, 1954 – Kathy Kinney, 1997 – Aria Wallace, 1953 – Roseanne

1918 – Bob Feller, 1989 – Agnus McClaren, 1953 – Dennis Miller


Morning Motivator

Failure is the secret of Success


Does this complete your order?

Texas style Justice