As promised, I’ve decided to share some adventures of my time as a foreign corespondent.
1962 during Argentina’s experiment with a post-Peron elected president–Arturo Frondizi.
“Dark cobble stoned area of low end metro Buenos Aires. A 2nd rate radio station had been taken over by “rebels” who broadcast a proclamation calling for everyone to take to the streets and opposed the government.. A bus was jammed cross wise in the middle of the narrow street. As I slid around between the bus and the wall, I heard a voice above me, “No se mueve,” (“Don’t Move”) I froze and looked up. The nose of a stubby machine gun was 14 inches from my nose…
Dr. Larry day is a retired J-School professor turned humor writer. His book, Day Dreaming: Tales From the Fourth Dementia is available for purchase via his website: http://www.daydreaming.co