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    Looking for empathy...

    "What if I know how it feels to be fired by the DGI while waiting to retire?

    Of course I know! You did it to us, Mr. Porras!"

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    "Well, I see nothing bad in this..."

    Costa Rican politician causes controversy for leaving "on the ball." http://www.ticotimes.net/Current-Edi...tember-10-2012

    "Worse is when the politician leaves you on the ball."

    Ex-state workers (unemployed and without compensation)

    ["En pelota" must have a more accurate translation than this...]

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    The controversy of the 5 peso coin...

    "Man! Don't they know that this Christian, Socialist, and Unified State is secular?"

    http://www.elnuevodiario.com.ni/naci...a-nueva-moneda

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    "Anything else? Clean your windows?"

    "Oh! No thanks. It's enough you cleaned my wallet."

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    Thanks Bigh Jonh for Molina part 2.

    For the previous 'toon, "Nicaragua es LAICO", I dipped into Wiki. "El concepto de "Estado laico", opuesto al de "Estado confesional", surgió históricamente de la Separación Iglesia-Estado que tuvo lugar en Francia a finales del siglo XIX, . . ." Which is to say, laicismo (French, laïcité) "is the principle of separation of church (or religion) and state."


    "Estado confesional" means 'state religion' but the Spanish term makes me think 'mind-control'.

    Funny, the linkage between beliefs & politics as practiced today. Vote for the one you believe best for the country! (Ads come on TV like bite-sized scriptural verses. See the devil! Behold the miracle maker!)
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    "Listen, pal. That speech about how what's important here is the party and not individuals...

    ...Jerking off, right?"

    [Am I close, Daddy-Yo? "Clase paja"]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonh View Post


    "Well, I see nothing bad in this..."

    Costa Rican politician causes controversy for leaving "on the ball." http://www.ticotimes.net/Current-Edi...tember-10-2012

    "Worse is when the politician leaves you on the ball."

    Ex-state workers (unemployed and without compensation)

    ["En pelota" must have a more accurate translation than this...]
    "en pelota" = stark naked; "dejarse en pelota" = let himself be stark naked

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    Thanks for making sense of it. I knew there was a Nicalogical explanation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonh View Post
    Thanks for making sense of it. I knew there was a Nicalogical explanation!
    I check my mail every day but I still haven't received my Nicalogic t-shirt and bumper sticker . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwah2249 View Post
    I check my mail every day but I still haven't received my Nicalogic t-shirt and bumper sticker . . .
    It's stuck in the taxi strike melee.

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    "Security"

    Quotes

    The mechanic at the plane says, "Pass me the crazy glue!"

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    Social Security (INSS) troubles. (Sound familiar?)

    At first glance I thought the plane being repaired with superglue was American Airlines, since they recently had a pair of seats pop loose in flight.

    ('Cotizaciones' are employer/employee contributions.)
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    Who won? Who lost?

    Those who hoped our problems would be resolved from outside.

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    I'm rich.. I'm rich..
    ==================================================
    Dude !!!.... Its a Canal !!! Can you Dig it ??

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    If I were a rich man,
    Yubby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dum.
    All day long I'd biddy biddy bum.
    If I were a wealthy man.
    I wouldn't have to work hard.
    Ya ha deedle deedle, bubba bubba deedle deedle dum.
    If I were a biddy biddy rich,
    Idle-diddle-daidle-daidle man.

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    I say, this process hasn't brought enough dead people to it's list of candidates...

    ...as for now, let's start to add more.

    Executed council candidate in Siuna

    Confrontation in Quezalcuaque

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    If we celebrated Halloween in Nicaragua...

    "Trick or trick!"

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    Elections:

    Exercise in which the government pretends to do what's democratic, the opposition pretends to oppose it, the voters pretend to vote, the CSE pretends to count them, and finally everyone comes out equally for the worse...

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    According to the official election participation statistics, it appears no one left their grave.

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    "Sniff! What awful fellows! So much aggression! To know that we're on their side... ...the TV, sending them good vibes!"

    "Sniff! How heavy fellows! So much violence! Don't they have any respect for those we disrespect in peace?"

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    Institutional impartiality

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    Where did Pedro X. get the pic of La Bruja's feet for his cartoon?

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    Looks like we're going to have to learn new boundaries [due to the Hague's decision].

    ...If our boundaries allow it...

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    They say that with the new reform, the articles in the basket of basics [goods used to measure inflation] that will be taxed will be those that could be consumed by people with more purchasing power...

    ...That is, the "middle class" has two options: buy more expensive things and become poor, or consume like a poor person to remain middle class.

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