The Ballad Of Edward Snowden

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3 Responses to “The Ballad Of Edward Snowden”


  1. 1 Alexa June 24, 2013 at 1:36 am

    run, Edward, run!

  2. 2 Alexa June 27, 2013 at 8:32 pm

    not to be outdone by Ecuador, Cuba has lamely tried to resurrect our Jungian archetypal memories – i guess – who the hell knows – to the rather irrelevant and long-dead Emilio Bacardi in the Spanish papers.

    i don’t understand how they can make any inference to Snowden and Emilio’s ghost?

    all i rilly want to know is who in the Ministry of Propaganda, which minion or which ladrone beeyotch dun killed my vibe, and no doubt the jefe‘s.

    i have to apply some bleach and tinfoil to my dizzy head. te le jiuro, i can feel horns close to breaking through mi cabeza. muy embarazada!

    • 3 bluenred July 3, 2013 at 1:42 am

      Russia says they won’t turn Snowden over to the US federales. So he should just journey down, through Russian territory, to the Black Sea, board a Cuban submarine, steam to the land of Fidel, and there pitch his tent, as many a plane-hijacker and other reprobate from the ’60s and ’70s did do.

      Not a bad place to be. Good food. Good music. Good other things, as you well know. ; )


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