So who is the Hispanic Fanatic?

Simply put, he has an IQ of 380, the strength of twelve men, and can change the seasons just by waving his hand. Despite these powers, however, he remains a struggling writer.

For the demographically interested, the Hispanic Fanatic is a Latino male in his late thirties. He lives in California, where he works as a business writer. He was raised in the Midwest, but he has also lived in New York. He and his wife acknowledge that their dog and two cats call all the shots.

He blogs because he must.

He can be reached at

5 Responses to “About the Author”

  1. August 1, 2008 at 8:56 am

    Love your posts to the Huffington Post/Blog. Intelligence, a sense of humor, and a dash of cynicism add up to the perfect Latino/Hispanic male. I’ll keep reading your posts. I teach and would love to share some of your entries with students. May I?

  2. 2 Eva Oummo
    April 27, 2009 at 5:00 pm

    Actually, in Fairfax and Prince William counties, the housing collapse and meltdown was primarily a Latino experience.

    Begginning in 2004, low income Latinos began purchasing expensive homes in the county. By 2006, Fairfax County set-up a special task force to enforce zoning violations. Most of the homes purchased had become boarding homes for dozens of illegal latino immigrants.

    By 2007 Fairfax county had expanded zoning enforcement by 2007 to combat widespread overcrowding, trash, building code violations. Many neighborhoods had begun to resemble shanty towns filled with illegal immigrants.

    By 2008, the flood of foreclosures began as payments reset on the unaffordable mortgages. By late 2008, 1000’s of newly arrived Latino’s had their homes foreclosured. Trash, overcrowding, sexual assaults all dropped. The sun began to shine again.

    Unfortunately, the massive mortgage fraud conducted by the Latinos began to have a negative affect on home prices, starting the spiraling down we see today.

  3. 3 D.Gonsalves
    June 9, 2009 at 10:31 am

    Great commentary! Love your observations & questions.
    How can I subscribe to your blog? seriously….

  4. April 2, 2010 at 3:48 pm

    What a darling bio. *sighs blissfully*

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