From the Manchester Times (that’s Manchester, TN, people):
Phillip Robinson … is studying the Korean language in accordance with the Marine Corps Foreign Language Program, which creates proficient linguists for the support of tactical and strategic missions worldwide.
I’m sure Mr Robinson will do very well, but I still wonder whether they’ll be able to disguise him well enough to fool
Don King Kim Jong Il’s thugs. Check the photo.
- Graves in Galician
Carlos Ferrera notes the bizarre preoccupations of Galician nationalist and regional deputy, Bieito Lobeira: If some catastrophe were to occur today that
- Brilliant gypsy grave in Montjuïc cemetery
Montjuïc cemetery publishes a little map which, interested in historical renown, guides you past the generally terribly tedious tombs of well-known
- Translation of “The political economy of Catalan independence”
Clemente Polo has blogged a short book containing what feel like author-translated essays by him and four other anti-secessionists, José Luis
- Dancing with Rottweilers
Erik Dams links to an intriguing little thing by Bill Horton, editor of Offbeat Magazine (“not the New Orleans one”) about
- Andy Robinson
Jordi says (comments) that this La Vanguardia writer misuses his sources and has a dubious attitude towards Jews. Mr Robinson disagrees,