When you wear the ‘banda’ hair band, what does that mean?

The banda el recluso is a short and thin hair band that has been worn by people in Mexico for more than three decades.

It has become a symbol of the people’s resistance against the drug cartel, which controls much of the country.

The bandana is popular with many Mexican youth and the government has used it to promote itself.

But some people have criticized it, saying it is a sign of disrespect for the country’s indigenous people.

Last month, authorities arrested seven people after authorities discovered that some of them had bandanas that had a tattoo of a starfish.

A local man was charged with possessing and distributing bandanas.

In a video posted to Facebook, a bandana-wearing man wearing sunglasses said the bandana symbolizes the power of the banda, a symbol in indigenous culture that says people are a part of a collective.

The man, identified only as Luis, said he was protesting against the bandanas and for the right of the indigenous people to be respected.

He also said that the bandas were meant to represent a person’s power and that they symbolize the power that comes from one’s work.

“They are symbols of the strength of the power, the power to take on the power,” he said in the video.