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Monday, October 25, 2004
Today's funny: Last week, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro took a fall and broke his knee and arm (if I remember correctly). I seldom take joy in other people's suffering -- except when they're an oppressive, murdering dictator -- so I was happy to see Castro in pain.

Courtesy of Jay Nordlinger at National Review comes this bit of humor at Castro's expense:


One reader writes, "Did you see that Fidel Castro took a fall? I wonder if Jimmy Carter broke his nose."


Bwahahaha!

1:48 PM

Comments:
The funniest thing I read was "Don't worry about Fidel, Cuba has socialized medicine to take care of him."
 
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