I found this classic El Paso oldie on youtube. The original poster wrote this:
I know by chicano standards this really isnt whats normal. In the 60s and 70s there was a D.J. named Steve Crosno who was from Las Cruces N.M. Who was on air in El Paso T.X. He was one of or the only D.J’s To ever play BoBBy Rosales and the El paso Premieres ,The Dukes and Los Dinos——-Watcha Selena shaaa!!! THis song was one of his favorites. Just Try it
El Crosno and his faithful Dachshund, Charma, are camping in the desert. He sets up their tent and both are soon asleep.
Some hours later, Charma wakes his friend “Hey, Crosno, look up at the sky and tell me what you see.”
Crosno replies, “I see millions of stars, my friend.”
“What does that tell you?” asks Charma.
Crosno, having been raised by an electrical engineer and an English school teacher, ponders for a minute.
“Astronomically speaking, it tells me there are millions of galaxies and potentially billions of planets.
“Astrologically, it tells me that Saturn is in Leo. Chronologically, it appears to be approximately quarter past three. Theologically, it’s evident the Lord is all-powerful, and we are small and insignificant. Meteorologically, it seems we will have a beautiful day tomorrow.
“What does it tell you, Charma?”
Charma is silent for a moment and then says, “Crosno, you pendejo it means somebody stole our tent!
El Paso Times is reporting http://elpasotimes.typepad.com/mediabuzz/
Steve Crosno Middle School?
A movement is currently afoot to convince El Paso Independent School trustees to name Cordova Middle Crosno after Steve Crosno. The school’s namesake, former high school coach Carlos Cordova, asked the school board two weeks ago to remove his name from the school following his indictment on public corruption charges. Crosno, the legendary El Paso radio personality who kept three generations of El Pasoans entertained with his unique brand of humor and musical tastes, died in August, 2006. “Maybe this is the best way to pay homage to Crosno,” said KTEP-FM Operations Manager Dennis Woo. Woo is part of a group of radio professionals in El Paso who have launched an effort to have the school named after Crosno. In a column I wrote in the El Paso Times shortly after Crosno’s death, I pointed out that most people – including Crosno himself – never fully grasped the larger signficance of his on-air presence. Long before marketing experts recognized the importance of the Hispanic market, Crosno was already catering his radio programs to the rapidly-growing Mexican-American audience. His “Crosno Hop” TV dance program was a huge hit in El Paso and Las Cruces in the 1960’s and 1970s. Beyond that, he very directly influenced a crop of young and Crosno4webaspiring Hispanic media professionals who had never before seen nor heard someone on the radio or TV speak their language. On October 27, Crosno was inducted into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame. But is it likely that EPISD trustees will even remotely consider the notion of a Steve Crosno Middle School? “Several organizations are already expressing interest in having the school named for someone,” said EPISD spokesman Louie Villalobos. Among the names being heard are El Paso Astronaut Danny Olivas and famed Bowie High School Coach Nemo Herrera. Villalobos said the school board will begin the process of changing the school’s name during their December 12th meeting.