Fidel Castro

Friday the please-don’t-bother-me attitude went up; it didn’t last long. Saturday night my neighbor was practicing the trumpet. The song sounded familiar, but through the screeches, I couldn’t figure it out. I enjoyed it though and went to sleep to it. Sunday I did my best slow motion mysterious persona to Rob Dougan’s Clubbed to Death, Kurayamino Mix. Yeah, what a weekend. 🙂

Look who has walk in.

Fidel Castro. So let’s begin. 🙂

1) You see dissidents as a threat; do you fear that they’re making sense, that they know what’s better for the country than you do?

2) Is it safe to say that your reality is stuck in the past, not the future? You were and still are in some quarters regarded as a revolutionary hero, for that moment and that time, do you think that the present time calls for a new revolution, a new form of thinking?

3) You’ve considered America the enemy for a long time, are the reasons based on rational or irrational thinking?

4) Has Cuba advance since you took control, or, how far has Cuba advance since you took control? Are there things that you wished had happened by now and still want to see happen?

5) If the world had a soundtrack, what would be some of its songs?

Thank you.

Today’s  Give Me Five sidebar, 5 quotes on education.

So until next time, ave atque vale


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