There’s a discussion in the comments here about whether “Anglo-Saxon” can sometimes mean “Jew”. I think the distinction is usually made, albeit often along the lines of the late Imam Khomeini’s Great Satan-Little Satan remarks. Emily at Oberlin, looking for the Jews of Argentina, has found an original way of telling us apart: Anglo-Saxons leave without saying goodbye, while Jews say goodbye without leaving.
- Anglo-Saxon imperialism
The gentlemen in white coats are still after the author of this letter (Catalan original) to the editor of Barcelona’s
Does David de Ugarte know nothing about the users and makers of the online world, or is he simply comfortable selling
- Where the Andalusian Smiths live
In some cases the frequency of Anglo-Saxon surnames is related more to the descendants left behind by old British mining concessions
- Those Anglo-Saxons, habeas corpus, and detective stories
Most southern European theorising re that poorly defined construct, Anglosaxonia, is corny racism dressed up as sociology or socialism or whatever.
- Email pricing
The following pricelist was received from a spammer who thinks that a Taiwanese email address is worth 70 times as much