"Tonight I wanted to watch on my computer, in streaming
thanks to this wonderful worldwide Web that makes us all brothers
and that all the Italian Political Parties who care about the
future hail as an enabler of democracy and participation, an
italian live show called the Bunga Bunga Dictator. Bunga Bunga is..
er, I'll leave the definition to the Urban Dictionary. The dictator
is Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who is… er,
you've probably heard of him already and if you haven't, ask the
"The Bunga Bunga dictator was basically a rally against Silvio
Berlusconi sponsored by Italia dei Valori (IDV), a vehemently
anti-Berlusconi party led by ex-prosecutor Antonio Di Pietro. Since
while I'm writing nobody knows if Berlusconi will still be Prime
Minister after next Tuesday (don't ask me to explain Italian
politics here, I've only a few GBytes of space on this server) I
wanted to watch that show. Unfortunately, I couldn't. Why? Because
to see it online, in streaming, I should have had a browser plugin
for a Windows format. A plugin that I, being a Fedora Linux user,
do not have on my computer by default:"
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