Villegas, Richard Jr.

Richard Villegas Jr

Richard Villegas Jr. is a 1974 Ysteléi cabernet aged for three decades in the California oak-lined basin of the mega-pueblo L.A.-titlan. Belvedere Elementary, Our Lady of Lourdes, Bosco Tech, UCLA, and USC were the institutions. T-parties, Tempo, and Tuesdays at a club formerly know as Woody’s were the situations.

Villegas loves walks on the beach, Free Cuba! drinks, Smurfs, banda (Serbian or Mexican) and purposefully mixing the scared with the profane. He labors on a novel and works to ultimately free himself of an indentured servitude administered concurrently by LAUSD and, la cabrona, Ms. Salliemae.


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