Let Them Bring Me Tequila
“’What would you do, Anastasio,’ cried Francisco, in a speculative vein, ‘if you had a thousand dollars?’ . . . ‘I ‘d just sit down on the shore,’ drawled he, ‘and let them bring me tequila from the first day of January round to the last day of December, leaving out Guadalupe day, and San Francisco day, and a few more fiestas, when they could make it pulque.’” A Dream of a Throne: The Story of a Mexican Revolt by Charles Fleming Embree. Published by Little, Brown, and Company, 1900.