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    I don't get it what is the brush for?
    Walh John Wayne, the flinched fist is a sign for black power, and the one with a brush in it is for a buzz cut.

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    My interpretation is, in the streets of Tunis and Cairo, they're marching contra la dictadura with clenched fists. In Managua, they're marching with brushes to clean your car at the red lights.

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    Ok perhaps it is to sweep away corruption.
    To be called a "Has Been" I must surmise, is much Greater than to be called a "Nevah Been"... JW...



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    Ok perhaps it is to sweep away corruption.
    I think Molina is saying the people should be demonstrating against dictatorship in Nicaragua instead of "business as usual," just as they allegedly are in the Middle East. However, the Egyptian protesters are only demanding their own form of Islamic dictatorship so it's a poor comparison.

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    Bi-polar political/judiciary

    "We must stop letting the drug traffickers free. We're campaigning!"

    "How can we stop releasing the drug traffickers? We're campaigning!"

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    The Abusive Hand of Power

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    The symbol of ruling: dos
    The symbol of the opposition: division

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    Now this is a good one I like it...
    To be called a "Has Been" I must surmise, is much Greater than to be called a "Nevah Been"... JW...



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    Then you're right. I've also thought of emigrating.

    (Must be a Nica thing... )

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    Freedom of expression

    El Nuevo Diario newspaper

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    In Conquest

    Censorship, Legal initiative against violence

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    A high level of service

    Man's shirt: Users and Beneficiaries

    The Customs Service uses "discretion" to put government help out of reach of users and beneficiaries, and laughs about it.

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    "Look at these cloaked ones, getting into politics!"

    "Bishops call for respect for freedom of expression"

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    What do I think, as a Nica, about the death of Yahob?

    That if killing fixed things, this country would have been paradise for decades.

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    The long arm of the law

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    I think this is one of his better ones, but they are all good and very few I don't understand.
    To be called a "Has Been" I must surmise, is much Greater than to be called a "Nevah Been"... JW...



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    You forgot to translate....
    To be called a "Has Been" I must surmise, is much Greater than to be called a "Nevah Been"... JW...



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    Sorry, it was a busy day yesterday.

    What's the outlook for journalism?
    So they want me to say, not very good.
    Attacks, Threats

    Today's:



    And instead of diminishing, the questions are multiplying...

    Where's my vote? Where's my money?

    [Why does Nicaragua look like a slice of pizza on his shirt?]

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    Good afternoon. I bring you a message of support and solidarity from the government of Nicaragua...

    ...to your executioner.

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    Yesterday's:


    Supreme Electoral Council Special Effects Department

    "What work do you bring us today? Receipts? Bills? Tickets?"

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    Your Qadaffi
    "Execute them! Have no forgiveness!"

    Your "Pofi"
    "No observers! No observers!"

    Ortega says, "Qadaffi is seeking dialog, Pofi is organizing transparent elections."

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    Is this what it'll take?

    And the deaths continue today, as the leader of the government clings to power and the international community in a "mea culpa" laments being so tolerant of crazy people of this type before.

    Nicaragua regrets it more.

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    The State Hound before CSE corruption

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