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    I. M. Here; boots on the ground in Nicaragua reporting from Leon.

    Last night 3 full size 18 wheelers with NO markings arrived in Centro Leon after dark,,,,,

    Then I remembered that the new Russian helicopters arrived in Managua at night in similiar semi's....What was about to be unloaded into the Alcaldia offices? (For those of you not familiar with Leon, the offices are on the main central park and a block from the location of the start of the Revolution)

    Perhaps more arms, motars, missing ballot boxes, AK rifles, 3 of those SAM7 missles ????? I parked a block away and walked back to the park ....road was blocked with the trucks...men gathered on the darken street and opened the office doors, broke the seal on the trucks and opened the doors that had never met a can of WD40...They formed a human chain ready to unload the cargo....

    There it was...the sealed cargo.....PINATAS......hundreds.....and more today...delievered in Dump trucks.

    How clever....the uneducated and those not familiar with Nica politics might think this is about the masses celebrating Christmas...But not I.M.

    Think about it...clearly an attempt to:

    1. Support higher sugar prices and the greedy capitalists that produce the candy and the sugar
    2. Provide a reason to increase the INSS costs for dental care and raise taxes and govenment support of the dental unions...Higher Taxes on all
    3. Provide weapons training for the youth of the country by wildly swinging a stick while blindfolded
    4. Provide entertainment for the old revolutionaries that pull the rope with their left hand so the blindfolded child misses the pinata while consuming a cold Tona in their right hand..

    Now you know; but then again, "what-do-I-know" as:

    I.M. Malarkey
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    Sounds like a bunch o' malarkey to me!

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    Default Re: 18 wheelers after dark in Leon

    Best post all week! Keep it up!
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    Anybody named "Malarkey" (even in jest) and writes as if he swallowed the Blarney Stone, is alright in my book!

    btw... do you have a cousin named.... I. Chitchunaut?
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    Who ever this is, is quite a creative writer.....
    To be called a "Has Been" I must surmise, is much Greater than to be called a "Nevah Been"... JW...



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    Default Re: 18 wheelers after dark in Leon

    I could tell it was Malarkey. Clearly that picture was not taken after dark.
    Here in the real world they're shutting Detroit down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marnica View Post
    I could tell it was Malarkey. Clearly that picture was not taken after dark.
    Uh huh, those California moon beams still shine quiet brightly in the evening darkness of Nicaragua. Viva Linda Rhonstad and Jerry what's his name the moon beam governor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marnica View Post
    I could tell it was Malarkey. Clearly that picture was not taken after dark.
    Clearly the Molson's Canadian is not in short supply in Canada..

    After the NIGHT time discovery of the shipment...and I. M. reporting , the local officals...needed more ammo, sorry, Pinatas, ...on a SUNDAY they used government equipment for a daytime second shipment....

    But I. M. was there, for your benefit, to report the FACTS

    But, that's only how I see the game and :

    I. M. Malerkey

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    Default Re: 18 wheelers after dark in Leon

    Quote Originally Posted by I. M. Malarkey View Post
    ...the local officals...needed more ammo, sorry, Pinatas, ...
    Ah, so they were Trojan Pinatas? The candy inside was 7.62mm in diameter?

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