Braun Brelin wrote:
> What I find interesting (and somewhat troubling) is how long it took Cuba to
> make this decision. Even now, according
> to the article, some government ministries are resisting this change due to
> compatibility fears.
"dearest comrade, please find attached the latest version of our red manifesto"
"thank you comrade. you have sent it in .docx format. unfortunately the capitalist pigdogs at redmond make it difficult
for us to read this in our communist open-source reader."
"comrade, this may be a plot by the merkins. let us show our displeasure through dance."
*scenes of cuban dancing*
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