No Watermelons Allowed
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Sunday, June 25, 2006
Castro hath determined that Cuba should be a software powerhouse. Without access to the Internet, of course. And if you think Microsoft's Clippy is obnoxious, check this out:
The computers are slow, but the teachers seem competent and the students are serious. When one student tries to get rid of the pesky paper clip figurine that keeps popping up to offer help, he accidentally closes his spreadsheet, and a full-screen photo of a young Castro appears.
And now we have Hugo Chavez creating another workers' paradise in Venezuela.
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