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Maggie
11 October 2011 @ 03:38 pm


IS IT SUNDAY YET?!?!?!
 
 
Maggie
28 September 2011 @ 03:05 pm
Víctor Jara
(28 de Septiembre, 1932 - 16 de Septiembre, 1973)




Feliz Cumpleaños.
 
 
Maggie
11 September 2011 @ 01:32 am


Sin perdón ni olvido.
 
 
Maggie
10 July 2011 @ 02:04 am
 It's crazy over here... and I'm loving it.

NO MÁS LUCRO EN LA EDUCACIÓN CHILENA!
 
 
Maggie
12 July 2010 @ 08:34 pm
uy  
Haven't written here in like a million years, but since I'm taking a break right now, I might as well take advantage of the situation.

I have a huge test about philosophers tomorrow morning, and I am so not ready. I don't really like philosophy, but I'm actually doing better in philosophy than I am in history (which is my favorite subject ever). So yeah, so frustrating.

Also, Socrates is a dick.
 
 
 
Maggie
14 June 2007 @ 09:15 pm
I turned 19 yesterday.



OMFG.
 
 
Maggie
09 June 2007 @ 05:39 pm
My class is odd.



...I bet I could write story about it.
 
 
Current Music: Coffee and TV- Blur
 
 
 
Maggie
10 December 2006 @ 04:02 pm
I love Italy xD


Dec. 10, 2006, 12:32PM 


Ex-Chilean dictator Pinochet dies at 91


© 2006 The Associated Press

SANTIAGO, Chile — Gen. Augusto Pinochet, who overthrew Chile's democratically elected Marxist president in a bloody coup and ruled this Andean nation for 17 years, died Sunday, dashing hopes of victims of his regime's abuses that he would be brought to justice. He was 91.

Pinochet suffered a heart attack a week ago and underwent an angioplasty, and the brief announcement by the Santiago Military hospital said his condition worsened suddenly on Sunday. Dr. Juan Ignacio Vergara, spokesman for the medical team that had been treating him, said his family was with him when he died.

Police ringed the hospital, but a small group of Pinochet supporters remained at the entrance, shouting insults at people in passing cars. The supporters, including some weeping women, repeatedly called out "Long Live Pinochet!" and sang Chile's national anthem.

Chile's government says at least 3,197 people were killed for political reasons during his rule, but after leaving the presidency in 1990 Pinochet escaped hundreds of criminal complaints because of his declining physical and mental health.

Pinochet took power on Sept. 11, 1973, demanding an unconditional surrender from President Salvador Allende as warplanes bombed the presidential palace in downtown Santiago. Instead, Allende committed suicide with a submachine gun he had received as a gift from Fidel Castro.

As the mustachioed Pinochet crushed dissent during his 1973-90 rule, he left little doubt about who was in charge. "Not a leaf moves in this country if I'm not moving it," he once said.

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Glad he's gone, but not so much. Wish he had lived a bit longer so he had gotten what he deserved.

Here's to eternal despair in hell. May you enjoy those pineapples up your ass. 

(chuuuucha, las viejas locas.)
 
 
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