A Cuban-American meets Carlos Santana

In an amazing encounter, a traveling Cuban—American blogger known as Conductor ran into the Che Guevara—admiring Carlos Santana on the street in Sausalito. Santana is famous for wearing a great big Che t—shirt at the Oscars a couple years ago, something that drew the opprobrium of Cuban—American musicians who knew very well about the true nature of the monstrous, murderous early enforcer of the Fidel Castro regime.

Conductor had his 'Che is dead' t—shirt on, and Santana, who was sitting in a restaurant, came out to talk with him. The encounter revealed Santana as a possibly pot—addled "space shot" but there was something righteous about one of the victims of Guevara, (Conductor's family endured murder from the Argentine brigand) really giving it to the stupid rock star, who never quite got it.

Confirming the accuracy of the blogger, Santana has since spoken to a Chilean radio station by phone, revealing the same seemingly pot—drenched thinking he showed in the conversation with Conductor, in a new manifestation of just how valuable blogging can be as a preemptive fact—checker on the mainstream media. The radio—station interview is here, and the incredible Cuban—American encounter with Carlos Santana is here

A.M. Mora y Leon 02 14 06

In an amazing encounter, a traveling Cuban—American blogger known as Conductor ran into the Che Guevara—admiring Carlos Santana on the street in Sausalito. Santana is famous for wearing a great big Che t—shirt at the Oscars a couple years ago, something that drew the opprobrium of Cuban—American musicians who knew very well about the true nature of the monstrous, murderous early enforcer of the Fidel Castro regime.

Conductor had his 'Che is dead' t—shirt on, and Santana, who was sitting in a restaurant, came out to talk with him. The encounter revealed Santana as a possibly pot—addled "space shot" but there was something righteous about one of the victims of Guevara, (Conductor's family endured murder from the Argentine brigand) really giving it to the stupid rock star, who never quite got it.

Confirming the accuracy of the blogger, Santana has since spoken to a Chilean radio station by phone, revealing the same seemingly pot—drenched thinking he showed in the conversation with Conductor, in a new manifestation of just how valuable blogging can be as a preemptive fact—checker on the mainstream media. The radio—station interview is here, and the incredible Cuban—American encounter with Carlos Santana is here

A.M. Mora y Leon 02 14 06