Cyberarms dealer's weapons used against Mexican soda-tax activists


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/02/11/cyberarms-dealers-weapons-us.html


#2

I’m a little confused exactly which group you are upset against.


#5

dude, I have patters, you have patterns, we all have them. Like I’m a noob or something. If someone is threatening to murder or encouraging it that’s me. If someone is being overly sensitive about Israel, well… come on dude.


#6

not that death threats are my only thing, I’m also crass.

/wouldn’t want to be thought of as one dimensional.


#7

Then you should be familiar enough to know that I dont hide my words behind a veil.


#8

“You son of a whore”

Has a certain ring to it, don’t it.


#9

“Hij@ de puta” is not uncommon as a Spanish language insult. I think i’ve only ever heard the English equivalent in Firefly.


Edited to remove “una” as i think it tends to be dropped in informal insulting. Also, nota bene, “hija …” is much rarer than “hijo …”.


#10

Soda’s dominance in that region is probably also linked to the obesity and diabetes epidemic in that region too.

Fun fun fun!


#11

Wouldn’t Coca Cola benefit more from the use of these ‘weapons’ against the tax activists than the government?


#12

And that will benefit those particular members of the government who are on Coca-Cola’s payroll.


#13

I sucked down like 5-6 bottles of coke a day down there way back when. Man, the '80s were nuts.


#14

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