Friday, May 24, 2013

Do they have toilet paper in Pyongyang?

Away from news a quick check tells me that the bolibanana republic has launched a refurbished missile from the 70ies.... And the refurbished missile was refurbished with Venezuelan technology and Cuban know how or something.  I wonder if those techs and the generals involved had clean asses.

New depths of ridicule are amazingly reached again and again.

14 comments:

  1. Boludo Tejano7:03 PM

    But but but but.... Daniel. Those missiles will be used to Smash The Toilet Paper Blockade!

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  2. Anonymous7:40 PM

    I love the Google Translate English version of that article: "Today, the fanbase and the country may have its own technology, thanks to Commander Chavez, he added."

    Fanbase? Something is getting lost in translation...

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    1. LOL, get that all the time :)

      fanbase = FANB (Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana => the armed forces)
      Mature = Maduro
      Hair = Cabello

      :)

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  3. Dr. Faustus9:22 PM

    Does the imbecile have to where that stupid-a$$ flag track suit,....everywhere? It's getting real old, real fast.

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    1. Er, ah, I meant....wear!

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    2. not so old when you add una bufanda chimba de tri-color wrapped tightly around your neck, to protect it from the evening Ecuadorian chill, Cilia's neck wrapped in red, no one else with this type of garment

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  4. I bet the Cubans "sold" their antiquated "70's" missiles to the Chavistas for some ridiculous multi-million dollar amount.

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    1. To rightly bash the robolution does not mean to give some poor comment. Those 70's era missiles were made in Italy, partly with Venezuelan support. In those years we were deeply involved in the missile development process both economically and technically.
      The Cubans don't have access to western technology (well, now they do) so they do not have Otomak to sell us for a stratospheric price. Opposite to the government declarations they involvement more probably was to give some clues in the recovery process. They do know a lot about preservation of old stuff

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    2. Luis, I most certainly deffer to your knowledge on the missiles in Venezuela. Besides, whatever Cuba had/has of "70's" missiles, would, in all likelihood, be of Soviet/Eastern Europe design/manufacture.

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  5. What's going on with Globovision? People are furious and are dropping it on FB and twitter and say they will never watch it again. Will it really be Rojovision?

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    1. There was some kind of forced sale and the new owners are changing the proportion of news transmitted from an almost 90% opposition related news and critics to a more like Venevision or Televen like proportion of news salted with some "government positive point of view".
      The former viewers of Globo now consider this tv station a VTV branch. In rojo rojito words: "an integral part of the national media system"

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  6. This is very convincing! They will make Venezuela "impugnable por ningun imperio" with 18 missiles from the 1970s! Tiranos temblad!

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  7. From the comments on one of the articles you linked:

    "HOY, VENEZUELA SE ESCRIBE CON V DE VERGUENZA!!!!! Y A NIVEL MUNDIAL. DA LÁSTIMA. ES EL HAZMERREIR DEL PLANETA. POR FAVOR DONATIVOS DE PAPEL HIGIÉNICO QUE REALMENTE Y DE TODAS LAS MANERAS POSIBLES LO NECESITAN!!!!!!!!"

    And LOTS more like it. Truly, Venezuela is the laughingstock of the world today.

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  8. Jackie n bouda10:15 AM

    One day venezuela is going be the country of democracy because lots peoples fighting for that i believe so.

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