San Diego: A Case of Mistaken Identity Part II

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San Diego: A Case of Mistaken Identity Part II

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Back before the Economic Crash (BEC), I was rolling down the street in Downtown San Diego going to say “what up” to one of my lawyers. He is also a good friend.

Anyways, I am rolling down the street, Custom Suited Down, smoking a grit, minding my own biz, when a cop car screeches and pulls up to the curb, hand on gun and yells, “Stop Right There!”.

I stop and think to myself, “What the hell is this about? I haven’t been on the Wessyde in 6 months.” Although it literally could be about a host of reasons.

So the cop, starts interrogating me:

“What is your name?” Michael Mason.

“Let me see your ID.” Hand it to him.

“What are you doing?” Going to see my attorney.

etc etc etc

Finally, after 15 minutes of this stuff, he says:

“Damn. I thought you were one of the Arellano Felix guys”, his voice drenched with disappointment.

Basically homeboy thought he had the collar of his career.

He finally let me go.

When I got to my attorney’s office, I relayed him the story.

My attorney friend says, “Really? Yeah, I have been meaning to tell you. Last time I was is Mexico surfing, there were tons of ‘Wanted Posters’ of this cat that looked exactly like you.”

It turns out that there was this young Arellano Felix lieutenant cat, know as “El Guapo” that was wanted by the authorities.

He was known as a reckless smuggler/killer that was dating some Miss Mexico or something.

I guess soon after, he was gunned down, and I haven’t had that “case of mistaken identity” thing happen since.

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Michael Porfirio Mason
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5 Comments on "San Diego: A Case of Mistaken Identity Part II"

  1. The G Manifesto
    J3r3my
    05/02/2012 at 9:12 pm Permalink

    I bet SD is as close to Mexico as u physically like to get. I like to roll down there, not too often. The older I get the more I feel like a possible target there. Fists, no match for the bullet, or the axe. Well maybe

  2. The G Manifesto
    The G Manifesto
    05/02/2012 at 10:19 pm Permalink

    J3r3my,

    “I bet SD is as close to Mexico as u physically like to get.”

    In 2011 or historically speaking?

    - MPM

  3. The G Manifesto
    t
    06/02/2012 at 5:56 pm Permalink

    Mr. El Guapo must be another real G

  4. The G Manifesto
    Ty
    07/02/2012 at 1:13 pm Permalink

    Mason – how do you think this will do?

    Eater first speculated that San Diego would score its very own Katsuya outpost back in August, so we figured it was time to check in and see what’s the happ. It appears that construction is well underway at the Andaz Hotel in downtown San Diego, and if all goes as planned sbe hopes to softly open around February 21 with a grand launch celebration sometime in early March. By the looks of it, the S+ark infused spaced will be multi-level and supposedly Dan Saito has been tapped to helm the kitchen. Though he has worked as a restaurant consultant for the past couple years, he honed his chops at the Four Seasons Lanai and Julian Serrano’s Masa in San Francisco.
    ·Will SBE Open Katsuya in San Diego’s Andaz Hotel? [~ELA~]

  5. The G Manifesto
    Mr.T
    03/03/2012 at 5:01 pm Permalink

    How can a black man look like a hispanic man? Aren’t you black?

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