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All those colors!

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On December 4, 1914, Francisco “Pancho” Villa and Emiliano Zapata met in the Mexico City suburb of Xochimilco as the heads of peasant armies that had conquered the capital and seemed poised to take control of the whole country. Two days later, the commanders each sat in the presidential chair at the National Palace after having presided from the palace balcony over a victorious procession of the tens of thousands of soldiers that made up the two peasant armies of the Mexican Revolution. Six years later, Zapata was riddled with bullets while Villa retired from politics, only to be assassinated...

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In Mexico as a kid taking the glass soda bottles back to the corner store. Most of the time they would just pour the soda into a plastic baggie for you and put a straw in it.

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