Taking the centre line is the modern, motoring equivalent of taking the wall:
Archie’s driving habit was unique, He drove 35 mph an hour, whether on a gravel road, or the highway, keeping the left tire on the center line. Your brother John was riding with him, and said, “Grandpa Archie, what if you meet a car?” Archie said, “Somebody has to give.”
I don’t know if this is a Spanish practice. Sometimes I wonder whether drivers here are at all aware of centre lines.
- Spanish RC church in unexpected contribution to Romanian Orthodox dress code?
Plus a query re Balkan gypsy Pentecostalism.
- Within the rose
After the Friday night show I was talking to several empresarial gents about taking something along similar lines into districts and
- Berlusconi and the new (Roman) falange
Mr Clarke blogging at It’s Probably The Pox, My Son links to a typical bit of mendacity, or gross ignorance if
- Giffoot, rare synonym for Ladino?
Found whilst hunting help for a tiny bit of Judæo-Spanish/Sefardi/Dzhudezmo/Judezmo/Spanyol/Spanyolit/Ladino-English translation I did for someone. The book is The Lives of
- Barretina gitana
George Borrow (1803-81), The Zincali: An Account of the Gypsies in Spain (1841): El vestit del Gitano varia amb el país que