Monday, December 18, 2006

Quien Es Mas Macho?

Havana (AP)

Cuban officials told a group of visiting U.S. lawmakers that Fidel Castro does not have cancer or a terminal illness, the head of the delegation said Sunday.

U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake, an Arizona Republican, said Castro “suffers from sexual exhaustion.”

"All the officials told us that his illness is not cancer, nor is it terminal, and he will be back," Flake told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. “Fidel is recovering his strength, if you know what I mean. I hope I’ve got half his huevos when I’m his age,” the winking congressman added.

Castro's medical condition has been a state secret since late July. He has not been seen publicly since July 26.

Newly elected Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez cautioned against counting out his friend and mentor. “Like myself, Fidel packs truly Bolivarian revolutionary proportions. Women and the masses love him. He doesn’t even need elections to stay in power. Que grande!”

Cuban state television has begun round the clock broadcasts of a new docu-drama dedicated to Castro entitled Quien Es Mas Macho?

Quien Es Mas Macho? producer Raul Grandemiembro explained the plot of the hit show.

“George Boosh es mas macho? No! Every time that pendejo opens his mouth another Latin American government moves to the left!”

“Fidel has been doing it to the Cuban people for fifty years. Viva Fidel!”


Blogger Jonathan said...

I found this quote recently in an absolutely serious ESPN article. I thought you'd like it:

Instead, the official said Sounderajan appeared to have 'abnormal chromosomes.' The official also said the test revealed more Y chromosomes than allowed."

2:07 PM  
Blogger Samer Farhat said...

Grandemiembro...too funny not to appreciate.

7:34 PM  
Blogger Wordcat said...

Yeah, too much of a good chromosonal thing can get you in a fix. Lots of the troubling stuff in inner cities and nations could be labeled 'boys gone wild."

8:23 PM  

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