1) Name? LUPE
2)Got any nicknames? LA GREEN I'S, STREET MEAT, VIEJO, CHULO, LUPITO, BUENOTE.... ;)
3)When were you born? JULY 17, 1984
4)Hometown? WESLACO BAYBE!!
5)Still live there? UNTIL I GET A RAISE...YES...
6)Got a ball and chain? YEA ON AND IN MY TRUCK...
7)Do you have kids? If so how many? YEP YEP YEP...1 CHICO.. 3YRS OF AGE...
8)So why did you get in radio and not professional wrestling? I HAVE BIG GUNS TO BIG FOR WRESTLING.... AHHHHHHH
9)Favorite thing you like about radio? JAY AND AMANDA.. AND HITMAN...AND DA BUENOTA "THE INTERN"
10)Spill the beans on your most embarrassing radio experience? WHEN CHANNEL 5'S MERIEYA V, HAD NO SHAME IN HER GAME IN THE HOTKISS STUDIOS W/ AMANDA, JAY, AND IRENE PRESENT...
11)Favorite movies? ACE VENTURA, ANY STEVEN SEGAL MOVIES, CARS, HAPPY FEET =)
12)Favorite artists? OOOOFALE...TO MANY...IM A DJ I LUV ALL MUSIC.. FROM HIPHOP, INT, DANCE, TECHNO, ALL THE WAY TO THE RAZA STUFF...COORIDOS BAYBE!!!
13)So you're on a deserted island...you can take three albums with you, what would that be? ACDC, R-KELLY, AND LAURYN HILL
14)Peson you'd most like to meet? THE GUY WHO STARTED STARBUCKS... YOUR GOD!
15)Who is the celebrity you'd like to run away with if you could? LA MAMASOTA CHRISTINA AGUILERA
16)Are you scared of anything? IRENE GETTING MAD...SCARRY
17)What would you like to accomplish in 5 years? Finish school!!!
18)If you weren't in radio.....what do you think you would be doing today? PLAYING GUITAR HERO @ HOME
19)Got any pet peeves? REPEATING AN ORDER AT A DRIVE THRU LIKE 20 BILLION TIMES...UGH!
20)And finally, what would you like to be most remembered for? Being the greatest Papi ever!
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The British may think our American English is boorish and low-class. And it is . . . which is a GOOD THING. We don't want to be pretentious, right?
--Well . . . unfortunately some British English words HAVE been sneaking into everyday American English over the past decade. Here are five British words and phrases that we now use without realizing it.
--Ginger. The term for red-headed people was featured in "Harry Potter" and a famous episode of "South Park", which cemented its usage here in the U.S.
--Sell-by date. The American version used to be "expiration date" ONLY . . . now we use both.
--Gastropub. It means a bar that serves fancy food, and it started in England . . . where bar food used to be terrible by definition. But now gastropubs are everywhere over there AND here.
--Chat up. We still use "hit on," but you hear people saying "chat up" too, without sounding British at all.
--A bit. I think this one comes from SIMON COWELL using it for a decade on "American Idol" and saying things like "That was a bit cabaret" or "Bit of a strange song choice."