P tells of an interesting upcoming case in N in southern Albacete. The Forestry Commission planted trees on substantial areas of private land in the vicinity without asking permission and now wants to sue landowners for the value of the lumber. The latter submit that in 12 years none of the trees has grown above waist-height–the ground was completely unsuitable–and that by an amazing coincidence the contractor for the operation was owned by the head of the Commission, who has since retired and may feasibly simulate Alzheimer’s if called to testify. The site visit by representatives of both sides took place last winter in sub-zero temperatures, and all had to shiver in a hut while a semi-literate Civil Guard, who acts as a kind of extraordinary notary in such cases, one-finger-typed the report. Ammunition for a mini-series there, although not particularly encouraging for taxpayers or property purchasers.
- Brilliant online Spanish eco-wholefoods supplier
Rincón del Segura delivers an incredibly tasty range of basics nationwide.
- Pentecostal rambles with Walter the farting dog
Here‘s a note (in Catalan) on the fest in Barceloneta where I took down Sale el sol por la mañana last
- The famous Galician bluefish, climate change and my arse
This is the anjova (Pomatomus saltatrix) caught off Galicia. According to Europa Press, fisherman Pablo Oliver got in touch with the
- Public brothel in Barcelona
The public brothel opened in Cañet street in 1452 by Simon Sala with a licence from the king (see today’s front
- Oldest nation
Some classic PP fuckwittery (PSOE guys keep this kind of stuff private) here from Luis Suárez Fernández, who wants to defend