Demonstrator Lubian Piedras holds up a sign while wearing a sombrero at a planned protest in San Diego, California May 1, 2006.
In what organizers called ‘A Day Without Immigrants’ rallies across the country closed hundreds of restaurants, shops and factories. Construction projects were disrupted, day labor jobs went begging, children stayed home from school and waves of humanity poured through city streets. [source]
Well the stock market didn’t crash but there were a lot of uncut lawns.
This is the funniest picture I’ve seen in some time (talk about ‘thinking outside the bun’).
Because really, economic, political and military power aside, where would America be without it’s burritos?
And what about tacos?
Bush would not be pleased.