The show is about to start.
They should call this movie Déjà vu … They should call this movie Déjà vu … They should call this movie Déjà vu …
They’re setting the stage and props, going over security. You know, the usual.
Fidel’s demise is the talk of the media. And yet it seems that in the place that would welcome that news the most the news, Miami, it’s being received with a shrug and a smile. And as much as the media would like to see Cuban youths banging on pots on the street, by chumming the waters, it just doesn’t seem to be happening.
My kids will probably celebrate Fidel’s death because they think that it will probably mark the end of the dinner time lectures on the evils of Fidel, communism, the left and baggy pants. Yes, baggy pants are a communist plot.
Dr. Mario thinks that they might make the announcement on the 20th to compete with Obama.
I think that once Chilean President Bachalet arrives in Cuba, she will get her chance to kiss Castro’s colostomy bag in front of the cameras. And the regime will have fooled those gusanos in Miami on last time.
But that’s a rerun too. And the emotional response the second or third time you see the movie isn’t the same.
And I've seen this movie before.