Somewhere over the rainbow (p18 to be exact), there’s a country where the health system allows doctors to write prescriptions for alcoholic beverages, and where Torres can openly corrupt them with gifts of the same. Either that or Origin Spain is two redundancies in one: a web magazine, written in Spanglish.
- Recentralising Spain’s health care system
The gov that dares not speak its name.
- Karim stream
Mouse Hunter has another useful neologism: tun, as in “stay tunned”. It refers to the large casks used to hold
- The secret language of doctors
Why and how the 17th century Portuguese tropical medicine specialist, Aleixo de Abreu, tried to prevent proles from reading his cure
- New drinks machine
Some more old nonsense from El Diario de Barcelona, 1894/8/22, quoted in Paco Villar, Historia y Leyenda del Barrio Chino (1900-1992): At
Apart from wondering how small a tsunami has to be to become a mere wave, whether the relative accessibility of trees
"The roots of contemporary Spain can be traced back for several milennia…" This guy's a geologist.
And it's nice to see how someone doesn't bring it all back to the Civil War. No?
"(…) the act of eating as a social event (…)" He's an anthropologist, too! But why does he think this only happens in Spain?
Gosh, such a mag is so expensive. And then they didn't have the two cents for a decent translation, and maybe a bottle of wine for the friend who tells you when your writing style is obnoxious.
All that science for nothing.
What have you done? They have taken it down!
The Flash pages still turn, but no there there. Are they busy translating, or have they just had a WTF moment?