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Julian Assange: Granted Asylum in Ecudaor


He has the hair of an Angel....Or just an old perverted man. You pick.

That weird man you used to watch on the news that wears scarves during the summer time has been kicked out of Australia and England and sort of from Sweden. Wikileaks Founder, and Governmental Annoyance, Julian Assange has now been offered asylum in Ecuador, following another possible extradition to Sweden in matters related to an open case of sexual assault.

In response to this new change of scenary, the world’s most flamboyant computer programmer responded. “No estoy muy contento.” (Translation coming soon.)

More than anyone else on Earth, Julian Assange has a radical mixed following. Some love him. Some people spit on him. Some approve of his contributions to the world, but hate his personal character…and some just hate his personal character. :P

Trivia: Ecuador only shares borders with Colombia and Peru.

 The point is, he will now have to live in Ecuador, a land which “Desperate Housewives” called the Mud Hut Country…..where they keep all their black people in one town (Esmeraldas: google it)….where football is popular, but no one ever wins….and the home of my psychotic ex-girlfriend who wasn’t really my ex-girlfriend because she was psychotic....please disregard that last sentence.

Questions for You:
Would you ever visit Ecuador?
Would you wear scarves during the summer?
And
If you got booted out of your country, where do you think you would end up? Patagonia maybe?

Comments

  1. Possibly.
    No.
    French Polynesia.

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    1. French Polynesia?
      I like it!
      Just don't get stuck in the Soloman Islands. #NoFood

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