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Revolutionary béisbol


They put Castro on waivers and
brought up his little nephew
to replace him
but the only trouble is
neither could manage
to hit their weight… 101 more words

Poetry

My Cuban Adventures

Monday, February 27, 2006

Cameron’s Cuban Adventures – Part 1

Current mood: contemplative

Entering the Frank Pais Airport in Holguin, I felt calm, collected, and confident. 2,198 more words

Absurd

Donne: schiave del Potere!

Un inquietante e scandaloso dossier-giornalistico, un Fandango Tascabili  (Collana Documenti), copertina bianca ed abbastanza maneggevole, riporta sin dalla prima pagina (l’ introduzione, a pag. 9) questo aneddoto: 1,869 more words

Donne

Wedding | Cuba

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Red

Baseball: Dying to Thriving—Thanks to…the Obama Administration?

*A VERY OPINIONATED POST*

It is irrefutable that, in recent years, baseball, our national pastime, has waned significantly. Blame increased player salaries, dropped attendance and T.V. 783 more words

U.S.

Disappointment in Cubans and their beaches

Our time at Varadero was to relax on the beach, do a little sightseeing of the town and to celebrate Annie’s birthday!!

We had four nights in Varadero and when we got off the bus, we had to search for accommodation. 2,347 more words

Cuba

Two Campos Escaño Brothers in Hawaii, c. 1912

Frank Campos, of Monterey, California, was named after his uncle Frank, who is in the center of this portrait. Frank’s father, Gabriel Campos is to the right (ie, to Frank’s left). 114 more words