News, but not the serious kind
Do you see any sweat? My deodorant keeps me dry for hours!
Blog Guy, the presidents of those Latin American countries like Venezuela and Cuba, do they make much money? I mean, can you earn a good living doing that?
Well, it’s tough, but most of them are allowed to supplement their government incomes with commercial endorsements, product placement, stuff like that.
That sounds like a pretty good deal.
Yeah, Venezuela’s President, Hugo Chavez, seems to be raking it in. Looks like he’s selling wristwatches, personal hygiene products…
Blog Guy, I know that isn’t what is happening here. It’s time to tell your readers the truth…
Sigh. I guess you’re right. Okay, below you can see three Latin American leaders riding in Cuba’s famous “all-glass subway,” holding onto clear Lucite straps as they hurtle toward their stop….
Thanks, Blog Guy. Now that wasn’t so tough, was it?
No, I feel better already.
Top left: Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez points out the time to his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro upon arrival at the opening session of the 5th ALBA alliance summit in Havana, December 13, 2009.
Top right: Cuba’s President Raul Castro (R) looks at his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez salute with a clenched fist during the official photo session of the summit, December 13, 2009.
Bottom: Cuba’s President Raul Castro is flanked by his Venezuelan and Bolivian counterparts, Hugo Chavez (L) and Evo Morales (R) respectively, as they salute with clenched fists during the official photo session of the summit, 13, 2009.
REUTERS photos by Desmond Boylan