12 thoughts on “Inspired By Day By Day”

  1. Room TemperaChe.

    #1: Please post in English and please try to contribute substance. Drive-bys in Russian, even complimentary ones, are not what we try to foster here, however much they might amuse you. Thanks.

  2. The Russian said “Interesting. And the most important – unusual.”

    I was just curious and thought I’d save others the trouble.

    What a great shirt! I really have to have one. I attend law school with a lot of dirty hippies who would probably not even realize I was disrespecting that monster except that they know I hate him.

  3. Jay Nordlinger over at National Review has detailed the story of many Cubans, both of those in exile and those actively being persecuted there. I am confident he would be delighted in sending you information about the best Cuban-focused human rights organizations.

  4. *laugh* I like it!

    If you’re tempted to go further, well, this is just _begging_ for a series of themed “room temperature” products. Yasser Arafat comes to mind; ditto for Lenin and Stalin. Mao might be fun, but I doubt his face is well-remembered anymore.

    respectfully,
    Daniel in Brookline

  5. Daniel@5

    Unfortunately you are wrong about Mao; he is making something of a comeback with the fashionista /artsy-intellectual set.

  6. Unfortunately you are wrong about Mao; he is making something of a comeback with the fashionista /artsy-intellectual set.

    We couldn’t agree how to pronounce Enver Xoxha.

  7. _Unfortunately you are wrong about Mao; he is making something of a comeback with the fashionista /artsy-intellectual set._

    Egad, don’t they know if you go around carrying pictures of chairman Mao, you ain’t going to make it with anyone anyhow?

  8. Thanks for dropping by, pinoyapache.

    I look forward to meaningful dialog with you in the time remaining before the crews in proletarian rebel tanks hiding in the cornfields can smell the next Havana burning.

    But maybe dialectic is really about praxis, eh? Why be a humble practicing M.D. when you can instead be a passionate Robespierre beheading the enemies of the people?

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