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    Reactions to Wikileaks

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    Anyone who wants to offer a better translation, please step forward...

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    Works for me!
    Life's different here ... It's a whole 'nother pace.

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    Please refrain from making jokes about the King (Supreme Leader or how ever you want to say it).

    Better get used to it folks, he is here to stay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cookshow View Post
    Please refrain from making jokes about the King (Supreme Leader or how ever you want to say it).

    Better get used to it folks, he is here to stay.
    Tom's here to stay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonh View Post
    Tom's here to stay?
    That made me laugh, I wish Tom was the worst of my worries. Tom's yearly visits mean a mule to carry contraband. Supreme Leader is another story, a sad one at that.
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    It's Charlie Brown's Christmas tree.

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    The Christmas Gifts
    Arloldo Aleman gets plummeting credibility.

    I wonder if the top of the zigzag was intended to resemble the iconic stylized "S" in "Schutzstaffel."

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    "A border we hope no one crosses" (Costa Rica and Nicaragua)

    "Intelligent diplomacy for resolving conflicts" / "Opportunistic jingoistic politicking"

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    "Index of violence in Latin America"

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    "Opposition"
    To the right, "primaries." To the left, I can't read it.

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    They didn't tell you who they were?

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    And another birthday passes for Sandino.

    "Really, Papa?"

    "That's how it is, son. He had no hotels, no land, no businesses, no more than a dozen media outlets..."

    "So, where did all his political 'heirs' get them?"

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    (Legal) Code for children and adolescents

    Youth community to unprotected children, "And if they ask, you've never seen me!"

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    (Legal) Code for children and adolescents

    Youth community to unprotected children, "And if they ask, you've never seen me!"
    Hmm, Jonh, My eyesight certainly isn't the best, but I think that's criminalidad juvenil (not comunidad juvenil). Or at least it seems to make a little more sense!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dixietraveller View Post
    Hmm, Jonh, My eyesight certainly isn't the best, but I think that's criminalidad juvenil (not comunidad juvenil). Or at least it seems to make a little more sense!
    I believe you're right. I often need a magnifying glass to read some of these things.

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