Saturday, December 31, 2011

Happy 2012!

Massive Internet problems at the homestead.  I has been quite a struggle to open the page long enough for this note.  Think about my friends and colleagues who at this time must think I am the rudest  person.  Believe it or not, but I cannot even open Gmail in normal frame, and HTLM version was dicey enough that I could get out one single mail today....

Apparently the gods wanted me to be able to write only to my readers today!  Thus best wishes for 2012 and may we start in earnest the end of chavismo.

5 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:20 PM

    Happy New Year, Daniel.
    Please continue with your superb blog, but I wouldn't hold it against you if you called it quits and moved to somewhere in Southern France and live the Good Life. Think about it....
    Mike

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  2. CharlesC12:38 AM

    Tonight someone told me “After all of these years, can’t you say anything positive?
    Why don’t you show respect to the President Chavez?
    OMG-I felt like coming “unglued”!!! But, I didn’t.
    Here’s my reply-”There is one thing positive. In the past I worried that Chavez might be around for a very long time. Now, I believe he may actually be gone sooner-much sooner.
    Happy New Year and I hope our wishes come true sooner

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  3. Feliz año Daniel.

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  4. Anonymous12:48 PM

    UN MUY FELIZ AÑO y que todos tus deseos se vuelvan realidad, un fuerte abrazo. Por favor mi deseo es que siga con su blog, así leo en inglés. La Maga Lee

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  5. Anonymous1:03 PM

    Happy New Year! Best wishes to you and loved ones!
    Thank you for your Blog! It has become part of my daily life.
    That all our wishes come true!

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