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January 17, 2006

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Juan Goldblado

He's always been like that. He first made a name for himself casting aspersions on Donald Duck because he was not the father of Huey, Dewey and Louie and nor was he married to Daisy.

Andy M

I too have been arrested, roughed up and interrogated by shadowy agents of our fascistic state.

Actually, I haven't really.

Or maybe I have.

Confused? That's just what they WANT you to be!

Bill

Rather like Sokal's paper on gravity as a social construct. Or the "shamstansiated" tale of the Little Red Book. Fake, accurate, and more True than the truth.

Fabián

Well, Dorfsman always believes that he is living the day that Allende was killed and the CIA is at the door. Is like Groundhog Day for him.

SnoopyTheGoon

I read one of Dorfman's books, rather liked his style, although his obsession with Che really grated.

This story shows a real creep. Too bad. Scratch another moonbat.

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