A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from October 25, 2006
Mexican’t

“Mexican’t” is another derisive slang name for a Mexican. The term was used in the 1990s and made a recent appearance in the Urban Dictionary.
 
 
Urban Dictionary
mexican’t
A pessimistic Mexican.
Come on Jose, you can jump that hurdle, don’t be such a mexican’t
tags pessimist mexicannot loser sniffer negative nancy
by molten a truckstop Feb 2, 2006
 
Google Groups: houston.general
From:  Krist E Bender - view profile
Date:  Fri, Nov 10 1995 12:00 am
 
Rice University Art Gallery
URL: http://es.rice.edu:80/projects/Rice_Gallery/Fall95/CyberVato/
 
THE SHAME MAN AND EL MEXICAN’T MEET THE CYBERVATO
A performance/installation by
Guillermo Gomez-Pena,
Roberto Sifuentes,
and
James Luna
November 11 - December 9, 1995  
 
Google Groups: rec.sport.pro-wrestling
From:  Raven316
Date:  Mon, Mar 23 1998 12:00 am
 
He’s better than Benoit and he’s proved it.  Now, Kidman has the talent to be the leader in the future but he needs to get rid of the fleas and get experience against somebody but the Mexican’ts. 

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From:  Steve Rhodes
Date:  Sun, Sep 14 2003 6:30 pm
 
ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO
A film review by Steve Rhodes
Copyright 2003 Steve Rhodes

RATING (0 TO ****):  * 1/2

Robert Rodriguez’s ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO, a miserable excuse for a movie, is almost saved by Johnny Depp’s wonderfully hammy performance. Playing a three-armed CIA agent—don’t ask—who hires a hit man with a guitar gun, Depp is as good as the film he is in is bad.
 
As CIA Agent Sands, Depp gets to deliver some great dialog: “Sometimes a revolution is what is needed to clean up the system—one gigantic enema,” and “Are you a Mexican or a Mexican’t.”

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