You probably won’t remember any of this when you finally get around to reading this, so I’m going to slide you a few details of the weekend.
1 May in many parts of the world is known as “May Day”, or “Labour Day”. Thanks to the Cold War, many people also think of 1 May as the day that Soviets drive tanks and nuclear missiles through Red Square. The Soviets kind of missed the point, there, as the goal of May Day was not to celebrate one’s military strength, but the power of your own proletariat — the workers themselves.
Here in Costa Rica, most people go to the beach.
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