In 1966, upon declaring that he was taking his family out of
No wonder Cubans are upset that the government is trying to retire the old reliable GE and replace them with Chinese scrap metal.
“They took away my señor and replaced him with a little guy,” said a 47-year-old cook who lives in the Reparto Zamora district in westernPoetic justice would be to bury the Havana cadaver in an old GE. No, wait a minute that would preserve him for another 50 years...never mind. The full story [here].
. Welcoming a visitor to her kitchen, she pointed to the slim, white Chinese-made Haier that had taken the place of the bulky, pink Frigidaire that had been in her family for 24 years. Havana