Jonathan Ray of Albuquerque, New Mexico was arrested for breaking into his mom’s house and stealing a pot of pozole.
Credit: Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center
It’s true. According to the Albuquerque Journal, the 23-year-old texted his mother that he would drop by to eat. Ray’s mother told police she asked him not to go to the house. When she arrived, Ray entered through the back door, opened the fridge and ran off with a large pot of pozole.
“He opened the door and grabbed that big pot of pozole I had made for my kids. He knew I had made it,” said Ray’s mother to the Albuquerque Journal.
Ray’s mother, who has previously called police to remove Ray from her house, pressed charges against her son. Ray faces a felony for residential burglary. Ray’s mother also told the Albuquerque Journal, “He needs help.”
Let’s hope Ray and his mother can resolve their issues soon and get back to eating pozole together.
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Cubans have found a way around the Cuban government’s strangle hold on digital media via a DIY subscription service called El Paquete Semanal. A new report from Vox shows how with very limited Internet access, Cubans are able to get their hands on the latest movies, music, and television for only a few bucks a week.
El Paquete Semanal is one Cuban’s middle finger to the digital media embargo in Cuba.
All the top songs, new movies in theaters, and the latest episodes of hit TV shows are bundled together until they have 1 terabyte of entertainment to give to their subscribers. These people seriously DGAF about Cuba’s digital media laws or international piracy laws.
And this shit isn’t like the bootleg DVDs you might buy down the street. Everything is high quality and full HD.
It is such a lucrative business that Cuban media is now paying for subscriptions in El Paquete Semanal.
“We exist on the Internet but the Paquete Semanal has such a wide range of distributors and it’s sold all across the country,”Antoinette Duquesne, a writer for the Cuban magazine Vistar told BBC. “So, this is the best way for us to connect with our audience.”
Subscribers can pick and choose what they want to watch/listen to but many just get the full terabyte of entertainment.
And it also serves as an underground Craigslist where Cubans can get and exchange goods and services without the constant barrage from the Cuban government regulating the amount of good they are allowed.
But who is the person in charge? He goes by the name Dany Paquete.