Sunday, May 21, 2006

Knish don't think so.

I'm not sure when this photo was taken, but it was given to me recently by covert IRA operative Seamus Mentone. If anyone out there has more details, let me know ASAP.

Friday, May 12, 2006

Pushing Wood: The Return of Chess Babe of the Month

First of all, that was bullshit. Mexican's know as much about Chess, let alone Chess Babes, as they do about hygiene. It was outrage for you guys to hire Rico; to go over my head, and behind my back, to bring back the much vaunted Chess Babe of the Month series. I say so what, cock-a-mother-fucking-doodle-doo. You like my Chess Babes, big deal. That doesn't give you any right to let some retard take over my job. As if he could even do it well.

Secondly, after hearing that that bean-eating Rico was fired (Thanks to anonymous flamer), I have gathered, not one but Two Chess Babes for May 2006.

But before I go any further I want to thank my personal friend, confidant, and blog agent, Lou Dobbs, for helping me to bring back the REAL Chess Babe of the Month (CBotM).

Thanks Lou. You're the best.

This month I bring you two outsiders, one a modern Chess Babe, and the other, a Classic Chess Babe. Though neither are Chess professionals, they exemplify the best the sport has to offer. Kelly Dunstan was profiled recently in Playboy magazine's "Women of the Greek Isles" and Gloria Walker was Playboy's Miss June 1956. God bless you both.

Co-Miss May 2006: Kelly Dunstan

Co-Miss May 2006: Gloria Walker

Tuesday, May 09, 2006


With United 93 coming out and all, I'd like to apologize for not posting to commemorate the anniversary of the day everything changed a couple months back.

Also, I'm sorry dear readers, but Rico is no longer a Delino Team Member. Using his newfound internet skills, he has decided to move back to Mexico City and look online for what the chicanos call amor (note: that is a real link. Also, I am 1.6 meters tall and weigh 63kg)

Monday, May 08, 2006

Happy (Belated) Birthday Rod!

I saw an annoucement on facebook, but forgot to poke you. Best wishes, and happy birthday!

You're number one!

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

The Rico delay

I know a lot of you are wondering where the Chess Babe of the Month is. It turns out that Rico participated in the big May 1st walk-out by illegal immigrants, so he couldn't post that day. He will instead post on Cinco de Mayo. But Rico did take a picture at the protest on the New Haven Green of a friend he met there, a friend who just happened to be Jason Congdon's right-hand man at the double B.
Guillermo, pictured below, works the red-eye shift at Bulldog, from 1AM to 9AM. The restaurant is actually closed during that time, but after watching Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Congdon came up with the novel idea of having someone at the counter to serve any possible phantoms who might arrive during the late hours, since they can slip under the locked door. Congdon also weighed the possibility that these swashbuckling pirate-ghost customers might engage in "horseplay" and "rough-housing" that wouldn't fit with the cantina's family-friendly image, but he ultimately decided that the benefits exceeded the costs.

Incidentally, Congdon, who fancies himself an "immigration policy wonk", fears that the House's enforcement-only bill will close down the tunnel that currently runs from the border in El Paso, TX all the way to the Bulldog Burrito kitchen in New Haven, CT. In response to recent studies claiming that illegal immigrants drive down the wages of unskilled American workers by 8%, Congdon cited the statistic that illegal immigrants increase Guac Quality by 11.4%. He also claimed that the local businesses were all behind him in his support of illegal immigration, citing the final paragraph of an article in a recent New Haven Register article which read, "One local restauranteur, who asked that his name be withheld but said we could refer to him as 'JC', told us, 'America without illegal immigrants is like an El Vaquero without a side of pico. CORRECTION: final line should read, "is like an El Vaquero without a side of guac."