12 thoughts on “From the You just cant make stuff like this up department:”

  1. Cracker jack journalist? = periodista de pacotilla? osea, que salio como premio de una cajita de cracker jack?

  2. La Ventanita,
    jajajaja
    Aunque la politica de Ramos no me gusta, Ramos tiene sus buenos momentos, entre ellos la vez que Saddam Hussein por poco le cae encima. Suerte que Ramos pudo salir de Iraq intacto.

  3. I just don’t understand how he can say, straight faced, that Cuba is a democracy. At least be honest if nothing else. LOL jsb

  4. it’s all the friggin cocaine in his brain….he’s having hallucinations….the man pisses and sweats coca alkaloids….

    In fact, I think I’ll be the starting RB for the Steelers this Sunday…

  5. There are similar idiots at wikipedia trying to do the same thing.
    At http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuba in the ?Present State of Cuban Literature? section (which I wrote in its entirety). This is an example of the process:

    2/2/2006 old version

    ?Present State of Cuban Literature
    Despite continual state repression [22], literature is very much alive in Cuba [23] These repressive actions of the Cuban government have drawn much international condemnation e.g Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 author [24]. Cuban authors continue to produce prolific printed and electronic work inside and especially outside of the island. The Castro government lavishly funds its Cuban booths at bookfairs in Latin America. In Miami Cuban-American publishing houses are full of independent uncensored literature. A good number of U.S university presses continually present scholarly volumes on various Cuban topics. Authors both pro- and against the present Cuban government present their views in the US. Amazon.com (directed by Jeff Bezos who was raised by a Cuban family) currently lists 6,026 titles dealing with Cuba; Barnesandnoble.com lists 3,126. Borders book stores carry 1,991 titles on Cuba in stock.?

    Censored version (censor Colle)
    Present State of Cuban Literature
    (NOTICE FIRST TWO SENTENCES DELETED, CENSORS COMMENTS BELOW)
    Cuban authors continue to produce prolific printed and electronic work inside and especially outside of the island. The Castro government lavishly funds its Cuban booths at bookfairs in Latin America. In Miami Cuban-American publishing houses are full of independent uncensored literature. A good number of U.S university presses continually present scholarly volumes on various Cuban topics. Authors both pro- and against the present Cuban government present their views in the US. Amazon.com (directed by Jeff Bezos who was raised by a Cuban family) currently lists 6,026 titles dealing with Cuba; Barnesandnoble.com lists 3,126. Borders book stores carry 1,991 titles on Cuba in stock.

    Censor Colle comments at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Colle (accessed 2/2/2006)

    Colle That is a complement. You are getting your information second or third hand. On the other hand I once fought in Castro’s July 26 movements in the Sierra Maestra. There I saw action but also too many bad things, and refused to execute anybody. Later at the time of the Bay of Pigs I was jailed by Castro…..If that does not allow me to say what I believe is factually true, and what I remember … then nothing does El Jig?e 1/29/06

    Cedit]
    El Jig?e
    What to do . . . Well, first of all, if any of his contributions are vandalism and violate NPOV, he will be blocked. We can even block him per 3RR rule. The continuation of his contributions is damaging to the Cuban related articles, and we must put a stop to it. –Jay(Reply) 18:11, 1 February 2006 (UTC)

    Notice how deliberate the process is

    take care and be well all

    Larry

  6. Maybe I am naive, but I cannot imagine that even the wildest wild-eye leftist would want his nation to be another Cuba. What is there to to be jealous of ? except of the regime’s ability to completely subjugate the paper. Which, I guess, may exactly be Morales’ point.

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