Cesar’s Way

OMG.  I didn’t even want to read past the first 20 pages.  I found it really offensive how Cesar Millan had to marry a “calm-assertive” American woman to dismiss his Mexican macho mojo.  This book is from 2006, not 1956.  Um, sorry, but I’m returning the book to its owner on Monday, without reading any more.

I almost never have such an aversion to a book.  This time, I just couldn’t get past the offense, and I couldn’t read it.  If that makes me a bad person, so be it.

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3 Responses to Cesar’s Way

  1. Robin E. says:

    Not for nothing, but I personally believe he married an american woman so he could get his green card. Sorry if that sounds offensive, but he did come into the country illegally, married his wife Ilusion in ’94 and then was awarded his “legal resident” in 2000. I understand he tries to make things appear differently, but those are the facts.

    I myself have married an immigrant man from the Dominican Republic, however his status was legal in the country, and he got his citizenship a decade before we married, although we were together at the time.

    • admin says:

      Now I have the song “Rockin’ Robin” (the Bobby Day version)
      playing in my head. Much worse things could happen. 😉

  2. admin says:

    Sometimes I weigh enough to give blood, and I’m pretty sure I’m taller than Cesar. If I were to accidentally step on the bridge of one of his feet, while wearing one of my favorite pairs of Luccheses, would that count as “calm-assertive,” or would it be more like passive-aggressive?

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