Aseradero, I think, would be 'Sawyer'.The correct answer is:
Thanks for the help. I hope one day to at least have a strong working knowledge of the language, though I am sure that gramatically I will never be great at it. I don't think I will take any more college courses in spanish though; all that does is lower my GPA. I do have access to Roseta stone and I have Que Tal and the cds that go with it.... I am hoping I can work it out on my ownCantcutter....is OK. Don't give -up, keep practicing....get spanish written material and read in a loud voice.... until comes clear to you. Practice, practice, practice....that's the key.
It would probably go something like this..."Hey homes, go get the pinche chingadera, vamos a ser tablas con este pinche arbol..."Chicanos probably have a much more colorful term that starts with "la chingada..."