The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Dictatorship Shot of the Day

Sorry for being so busy today. I got to play plumber for a little bit here at Rancho Kooko. In case you've been stuck in a cave, you've missed out on rumours of Osama's death (or not), a terror threat in Prague, the undoing of Hugo Chavez's Citgo, and someone actually reporting that Hezbullah is the population of Southern Lebanon.

Figures I miss a day like this.

Here's the latest installment of the Dictatorship Shot of the Day. As always, this is here in the hopes of educating the hopelessly inept.

A cyclist rides under a billboard showing Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez and the Cuban and Venezuelan flag in Havana, Monday, Sept 11, 2006. Heads of state of developing countries from around the globe, including anti-American leaders like Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Hugo Chavez, are expected to attend the 14th Nonaligned Summit. (AP Photo/Roberto Candia)

Propaganda posters of Hugo Chavez, Saint of the Left, posted by Fidel Castro (Diety of the Left) in good ol' People's Republic of Cuba.


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