If they ban violent games and war toys, will they ban images like these too?

August 26, 2009

Send images if you have any that fit the idea.

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10 Responses to “If they ban violent games and war toys, will they ban images like these too?”

  1. GWEH Says:

    someone photoshoped the bottom pic … note the rifle barrel

  2. jen Says:

    Look at the little dolls between Fidel and Hugo! Look at Hugo’s doll’s expression… What a hoot…

  3. Kepler Says:

    I have seen several pictures of the series from the bottom pic. Have no time to look for them, but something like Kalashnikov + chavez image search should deliver some

  4. GB Says:

    I was looking for a stat that states the number Kalashnikov assault rifles exceeds the number of humans on the planet. If true, that is a sad statement…and people like Chavez are perpetuating the problem. Found this interesting photo essay that could be the fate of Venezuela in the next few years or months. Tragic. http://www.wired.com/rawfile/2009/07/ak-47/

  5. GB Says:

    BTW…Found the number to be over 100,000,000. A long way from a billion but still a lot of guns. Sucky. (I am a gun owner but still find this info sobering.)

  6. Veronica Romero Says:

    Hola Miguel,
    este mensaje no tiene que ver con este post pero te queria mandar esta pagina web porque me parece que mucha gente que lee tu blog le interesaria participar.

    Espero que lo menciones! Felicitaciones por el blog y muchisimas gracias por mantenernos informados!

  7. Roger Says:

    They could start by taking the GN with machine guns off the streets! Every body could sing happy songs like this http://www.llanera.com/player/index.php?ev=1&id=801 sorry too good not to put out there.

  8. Roberto Says:

    That is one useful weapon, the one in the bottom photo. Unfortunately not real.


    Gracias por poner el link.

  9. GWEH Says:

    something is coming. be patient

  10. marc in calgary Says:

    after all, why pay more for goods from Argentina, why close the door on Colombia for a small group of military, why all the diversionary tactics?
    it can only be, “something is coming”…

    will Hugo use a military confrontation to sidestep or postpone the coming elections? they’re a way off in the future, and I can’t see military action with Colombia lasting more than a few weeks…

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