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Museum sees horror, humor in Communism

Communism Here’s an ad for the Museum of Communism in Prague, spotted by a jet-setting friend of ours. This vicious Russian doll is creepy, but not nearly as creepy as National Geographic’s three-headed version. Check out the museum’s Web site for some comical e-cards. They feature headlines like, “Cash, credit cards and blatant backhanded bribes accepted at our gift shop” and “Pray we don’t catch you at another museum.”

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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