nekom: So this means that after all these years, the embargo is finally beginning to work?
Funk Brothers: Cuba is finally embracing neoliberalism while America is embracing socialism and communism.
CygnusDarius: And yet...[download.ultradownloads.com.br image 850x637]I know, not everyone, but they keep 'em in working conditions.
KFBR392: Actually, I remember reading an article that nearly all of them are falling apart and held together by a series questionable repairs.
kumanoki: Cuba has currency?I thought they had a barter system consisting of sea shells and rusted Packard bolts.
friskyscissors: I studied abroad in Cuba when I was in college. While they technically have their own currency, people used US dollars for all the transactions I ever saw. They get lots of US paper money from their relatives in the US and it is worth a lot more than the pesos their government prints
Sargun: Honestly, this is a bit of a sound plan. Their tax code won't be anything as convoluted or corrupt as ours.
KFBR392: CygnusDarius: And yet...[download.ultradownloads.com.br image 850x637]I know, not everyone, but they keep 'em in working conditions.Actually, I remember reading an article that nearly all of them are falling apart and held together by a series questionable repairs.
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