The organisation that pimped Aznar to Deloitte can’t afford a translator:
There is only one person capable of combining intellectual stature, communication abilities, and bullfighting mastership: Luis Francisco Esplá. Highly recommended for international meetings and foreign notorious visits, he is the sole bullfighter able to make the audience vibrate in a convention or congress.
As a professional bullfighter, Esplá is still on active service. He is regarded as a “Maestro” who has reinstated the essences of bullfighting in every gesture, wearing characteristic XIXth century old-fashioned suits, a very clever strategic positioning in the coliseum when facing the animal and a unique ability to adapt to every different bull, even daring himself to move away from standard current practices. This art he also applies to his speeches.
- Fighting bull
“The noble deputies, desirous of extending the delight, the joy and the happiness occasioned by the birth of said princess, organised
- Je suis torero et catalan
“I am a bullfighter and a Catalan,” said Mario Cabré, “which is equivalent to being a bullfighter two times over.”
- The divine prohibition of bullfighting in English and Cagancho in Almagro: whatever won’t be, won’t be
Programmes are rarely distributed at bullfights, and are never translated into English. There is an excellent reason for this, recounted over
- Horny, half-naked Cameroonian teens and the UN Universal Deceleration of Human Rights
There’s an interesting piece by Kini Nsom at the excellent Post Online (Cameroon) on topless, drunken and otherwise disorderly women in
- Pause + Antonio Fuentes anecdote
An expedition to examine the remains of Moorish castles and drink village wine on the Albacete-Jaén borders means that things will