Only about 2% of Cubans can get online (although that could change thanks to the recent arrival of a fibre-optic cable from compaÃ±ero ChÃ¡vez in Venezuela), but it doesnâ€™t matter.
â€œYou lose 20 and win 40,â€ touted this almost 50-year-old man.
The purchasing and selling of private property was legalized by President Raul Castro in Cuba last November in a bid to keep the struggling Communist state afloat.
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