Monday, January 23, 2006



Must admit, I was in a deep funk yesterday. Saturday night, I thought I had a chance to attend the inauguration. What's his name laid me, that new fancy smancy suit jacket and his blue MAS jacket out on the bed and I heard him mumble that he would flip a coin to see who he wears to his possession. When I wasn't selected, I thought about retiring and end up one of those reality television shows for washed-up (no pun intended) stars.

But today, ta-dah!

Don't call it a comeback.

Saturday, January 21, 2006



Beautiful. I made such an impression during my visit to the Far East, that some of the Chinese officials made some slight changes to the Chairman Mao's portrait right outside the Forbidden City. I heard that they are now producing replicas of me in their factories for sale in, get this, WAL-MART!!?!!

Friday, January 20, 2006



You know who I can’t stand? Alvaro Garcia Linera’s oversized suit jacket. He thinks he’s so smart. The jacket, not Alvarito. He calls himself formal-casual. You can’t have it both ways!!! Rumor has it that he wants to start his own blog, since he says he has some pretty good prison stories, but he’s too busy analyzing the social implications such a blog will bring. Yes, I’m still talking about the jacket, not the VP.



Here's one of the latest pictures of me. The light in that room left a lot to be desired.

Thursday, January 19, 2006



Ah!, the motherland - Spain (to clarify for you Westerners). For the most part, I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to that country. Everything was fine and dandy until I heard some Spanish journalists snickering about something. When whatever his name was busy taking a siesta, I ran off to the bullfight ring to witness the spectacle. Little did I know, that I would be part of the spectacle.

I'm still having nightmares. If you see a wet spot, that's sweat, OKAY???

Wednesday, January 18, 2006



I’m humbled by the avalanche of media attention that I’ve been getting. Since Bolivia is still a capitalist nation, my buddies have urged me to hire a publicist and try to make some money off of this fame. My new publicist’s last gig was working for Tuto’s red jacket, but we all know how that turned out. Since this administration will be all about inclusion, I don’t fault her for working for PODEMOS. This is business, not politics.

My first foray into the world of entertainment is the establishment of this blog. I have loads of pictures from my whirlwind global tour, with what’s his name. Another reason for starting this blog is that there will be a lot of imitators to spring up trying to take food out of my kids’ mouths.

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