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Posted By:observer

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2008-06-01 13:28:17
Except for the containers with the pictures of ChŽ and Bob on their labels, the alcohol in each of these bottles was designed to have an overwhelmingly sweet onset of flavors, then to have an oppressively thick and oily tang which would leave a coating on the tongue, also, the essential oils used for aroma enhancement had a metallic bite with a bitter and all too memorable aftertaste; one could take only a small amount in one's mouth at any given time, and no matter how hard one tries, the drink can only be consumed excruciatingly slowly. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen consequences involved in the manufacturing process, when exposed to the atmosphere, the drink creates social upheaval in far greater range than sanity would presume possible, extending even to those that haven't tasted the booze; worse, the effect continues until the contents have been completely consumed. In most places of the world, production of the dis-cordial beverages was banned when these problems were discovered (watch out, though, because some companies are out there, STILL trying to find a 'safe' way to bottle the nasty stuff), because the liqueur had originally been formulated to give one JUST a little taste of 'dictator-sip.'
2008-06-01 00:01:19
He was both.
2008-05-31 20:31:51
Yeah you clearly don't know what 'revolutionary' means. Fyidfyid was just referring to the fact that he never gained serious power as a dictator, not to his alignment as 'good' or 'bad'. Your panicking shows what a propaganda sponge you are.
2008-05-31 02:51:36
UHHH NO Che was a communist! not a revolutionary!
2008-05-09 22:57:00
i'm a bit fascinated. they are all fascist or communist dictators, but then there's Bob Marley sitting there with them. and Che was not a dictator, just a revolutionary. what exactly is going on here!
2008-05-09 22:55:23
how bizarre! can someone offer an explanation?