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realclearworld

Celebrating el 26 de Julio

Just thought I'd celebrate the 26th of July Movement today, with an appropriate image that epitomizes the castro regime:

26dejulio

My apologies to the weak stomached, but there you have it.

9 comments to Celebrating el 26 de Julio

  • A picture is worth a thousand turds.

  • pototo

    Looks like a snapshot of whats left of Cuba after castro.

  • FreedomForCuba

    Gross but so true!

  • Watch it,Valentin! Regarding the ORIGINAL 26 of July Movement, I'd be willing to bet today there's more of them in Miami than in Cuba.

    So you chose the perfect pic: COME-MIERDAS!!!!

  • drillanwr

    Well, I see those imported G.I. surgeons from Spain to one of the world's best socialized healthcare systems did the trick for Fidel's poop-chute. (He really shouldn't have listened to Richard Gere about those hamsters ...)

    On a better subject:

    Val, how's your Father?

  • asombra

    Sorry, Val, but this is inappropriate. Shit is ugly, nasty and smelly, but normally it does no harm. In fact, it serves a useful physyologic function. The Castro revolution has been overwhelmingly, crushingly, disastrously harmful--and not just in Cuba or to Cubans. It replaced a comparatively low-level illness with an aggressively metastasizing cancer or a rampaging, highly virulent infection. In other words, comparing the Castro regime to a turd is far too kind.

  • Henry Agueros

    ñooooooooooooooooo. You can`t say it any better that that!

  • Wow. Val, you owe shit an apology...

  • bob3535r

    I also think this is inappropriate. You have many intelligent things to say and wisdom to share but that can best be done using reason rather than obscenity. Remember the eyes at the top of the site - would they approve?

    Regards, Bob