Posted by Karol at 07:48 PM
Why does the Nelson Mandela doll look like a gay version of Jim Nabors?
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…and Gandhi is unpleasantly surprised by this company
Surely only Vaclav Havel and Victor Yushchenko are the only revolutionaries without blood on their hands? That must be why they get ‘bloody revolution’ label. Ghandi gave a good try, but many died after self-rule happened, so no cigar.
I take it back. He is not “unpleasantly surprised” – look at his eyebrows.
He is SHOCKED! SHOCKED, I tell you.
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Technically Hitler wasn’t a revolutionary.
That’s kind of an odd group of people to pick out as “the great revolutionaries”. Guevara but not Mao or Washington or Boukman?
They should have called it Great Revolutionaries: Dorm Room Marxist Edition.
I was thinking that myself, Eric. I mean, ol’ Che was good at killin’…not so much at revolution. That’s sort of why Castro sent him to South America
“They should have called it Great Revolutionaries: Dorm Room Marxist Edition.”
Hahaha. That’s awesome.
The company that produces these dolls also produces a line of “Great thinkers” including Albert Einstien, E.A Poe, Frida Kohalo and Barak Obama.
The Axis of Evil III set has finger puppets of Rumsfeld, Bush, Cheney, and Rice.