Or, the advantages of belonging to a tribe under Spain’s current electoral system:
Absurd quote last night: “I’m happy Zapatero’s won, he’s good looking, isn’t he! Now let’s see if he can get rid of all these homosexuals this time round.” There’s one vote the PP missed.
Favourite campaign poster: eco-commie Joan “I don’t know what your proposal is but we’re opposed” Herrera with his glasses on crooked promising solutions. The sequel: announcing two deputies when they’re actually down to one, while colleagues Saura and Mayol (“Our sex is divine”; he left her for a babe, allegedly) grimace on either side.
- How many votes did it take to elect your councillor in the 2011 Catalan municipals?
The answer’s somewhere between 11 and 5,016. Time to merge small ayuntamientos?
- Segmentation of the bed-in-a-shed market
Brand it “gypsy” and the desert is your oyster.
- A beautiful, venomous phrase
But Spain’s new nepotism is actually rather good.
- Nikolaos Michaloliakos mistranslates Caesar
J tells me to take a longer look at the notorious clip featuring Mr Golden Dawn, which I confess I didn’t
- Time Out
In This Week this week. I am immensely lazy when it comes to marketing Baldie, Inc, but I’ll get my Beeb