Cuba Gets Connected

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Cuba, Economy, Technology, Video

I wrote about Raul Castro’s decision to let Cubans own computers and cell phones, so this is more of an add on than anything.

Welcome to the 21st century Cuba! You’ve got a long way to go yet, and let’s hope that happens sooner rather than later.


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3 Responses to “Cuba Gets Connected”

  1. Avinash_Tyagi Says:

    It’ll happen faster under Obama than McSame

  2. Jimmy the Dhimmi Says:

    Obama will allow global corporations to exploit the workers of Cuba!? What a shame. I guess every good marxist should vote for McCain then.

  3. Dos Says:

    I’m starting a new drinking game. Every time Avinash_Teriyaki inserts his nose up Obama’s ass in an adoring, yet meaningless comment — I get to consumer a beer. I’ll be drunk before 10 am most days.

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