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Americans May Send Cell Phones To Cuba

President Bush announced that people living in the United States will soon be allowed to send cell phones to Cuba. What do you think?
  • "I wish they'd let us send other stuff, because I got an old broken TV that I've been dying to get rid of."

    Patty Rocks Systems Analyst
  • "Were we not allowed to before? My bad. I've sent a shitload of cell phones to Cuba over the years."

    Joe Black Plumbing Assistant
  • "It's about time. The mobile phones Cubans have now are often more than 50 years old. They've done a good job keeping them up, but the aerials get easily twisted in tree branches."

    Will Elliott Employment Counselor

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