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25 comments to “Making A Difference”



  1. 1

    You're looking a bit pasty there pedoman. Get some sun, it's good for you.



  2. 2

    You look nice when you look normal, Perez.



  3. 3

    Perez, you don't look well. Kind of sickly.



  4. 4

    You look almost normal, Mario.



  5. 5

    I guess, even after having read some articles about it, that I don't get the point of the gatherings. And no, I'm not being sarcastic or shitty. I really don't understand what gatherings like that accomplish. I get the protests against the Cuban government, and I get the "show of support" for family members of those in Cuban prisons. But what is the goal of these rallies? What good do they do the people in Cuba? What changes will they facilitate in Cuba? How, exactly, are the participants, celeb (Lopez), parasitical wannabe (Perez), or otherwise, "making a difference?"



  6. 6

    Hey Pedo!! How many degrees of seperation are you from the KEEBLERS!?



  7. 7

    Oh you look so handsome!



  8. 8

    Re: La Garse – If you don't know, you never will.

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    You look really good there Perez. You should dress like that more often. It's nice not seeing you dress like a 15 year old girl. : )



  10. 10

    Thanks, Castro for sending this pile of shit to us.

    We are forever grateful. (sigh!)



  11. 11

    I'm all for Cuba, afterall, I'm half Cuban. But I don't get this. This is basically just for young Cubanos, right? Can someone explain to me why this movement is so important?

    It's not like they're trying to change the dreadful government in Cuba, right?



  12. 12

    You should avod cameras at all costs lard ass, "you sho is uggggglllllyyyly"



  13. 13

    Re: onehitwonder – Meaning you can't give an explanation. Gotcha.



  14. 14

    Perez - I didn't recognize you. You're looking great! All your hard work is paying off. Keep it up.



  15. 15

    Mario came here from a familoy of Marielito thugs, then turned Miami into Cuba instead of fighting for their own country on their own turf. God Bless America.



  16. 16

    Re: La Garse – Surely this may not make a difference but it does give some attention to a cause. When people (such as yourself) are not aware of the issues how will you know what is going on and what injustices are going on? You probably think there are weapons of mass destruction to be found in Iraq. When people gather by the masses more people will listen and hopefully that will get the ball rolling for change.



  17. 17

    Re: La Garse – I wouldn't expect someone as negative as you to understand something like that.



  18. 18

    aww you look gud



  19. 19

    Re: La Garse

    I'll attempt. Bascially, these marches all over the country are trying to bring media attention to the growing violation of human rights in Cuba. The one I attended in Miami was headed by Gloria Estefan and her husband. Celebrities=media, and we need the media to get the message out there that Cubans and non Cubans won't stand for the violence going on, especially toward las Damas De Blanco, a political organization made up of women who are protesting their loved ones' incarceration in 2003 during the Black Spring. These men were thrown in jail because they were human rights activists, journalists, and librarians with ideas that didn't jive with the communist government. Also, one of the men- Orlando Zapata Tamayo- recently died after an 83 day hunger strike, and now another man has taken his place and is in the hospital.

    I don't expect you to go out and start you own protest now. I just wish that through these signs of support, people will change and open their eyes to the oppression my people and country have gone through for too long.



  20. 20

    So whats the point? Cuba has been a dictatorship for 50 years&we dont have diplomatic relations to make any sort of appeal. It seems more like a photo op for Maria Alonzo & other washed up celebs to get face time.Also its a promo for his really crappy show.



  21. 21

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    Are you Cuban ex-pats that amazingly stupid? Even if Cuba does embrace democracy you need your heads examined if you think they are just going to let all you fat, corrupt bastard sons of Batista just waltz back into the lives of theft, dishonesty and greed that got your asses kicked out of the country in the first place? Good luck with that….
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    Oh yeah - the reason why Perez is not dressed like a spastic Power Puff girl at his little event? Cubans SCREAM for justice - except for blacks, gays, etc. He dressed down for the event - Perez is only openly gay when it won't get him beat up, this is the very essence of cowardice. Some spokesman for the gay community you are you yellow bastard.
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  22. 22

    WHEN I LOOK AT THAT PICTURE ALL I CAN THINK OF IS HOW BAD IT MUST HAVE SMELLED AROUND THERE THAT DAY



  23. 23

    Poor Mario, fat or thin, he looks ugly… sad.



  24. 24

    Re: LetttyB – HAAAAAAAAAAAAA WOW LOW BLOW!!!!!!!!!!!



  25. 25

    wow i never really thought anyone could have a face uglier than lopez there but your proved me wrong P