Lost in Translation: The Rolling Stones in Cuba

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On Tuesday, March 22, President Obama was in Cuba, the first President to visit Cuba in 90 years.

On Friday, the Rolling Stones became the first famous Western rock & roll group ever to play in Havana. It was a free concert.Mick Jagger scheduled the performance a few months ago. Did he coordinate this with the White House? Probably the other way around. No one refers to Mick Jagger as a lame duck . . . or lame anything else.

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute“President Obama opens for the Rolling Stones.”

As Jagger said — in Spanish — times are changing.

The crowd was around 500,000. Big.

The concert was bizarre. All of their concerts are bizarre. They are bizarre. But the word “bizarre” does not quite convey the true absurdity of the event.

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