Unilateral hearing impairment (that’s one ear, not Nelson@Copenhagen), so an MRI, but no tumour (nor brain, say the wags). Then, from A&E, a week’s antibiotics and Ibuprofen to clear the infection, and then the health centre doctor (who struggles with Spanish, the waiting room’s principal language) prescribes Acetylcysteine and more Ibuprofen to address the underlying sinusitis.
“Nah, that’ll never fix it,” says the renowned neighbourhood allergologist. “Take Dacortin for three days and then let’s have a chat.”
“You need a prescription for cortisone derivatives,” says the pharmacist through the hole in the wall.
Supercopa bluff: “It’s for a sporting injury.”
“That’ll be 3.76,” she says, noting my pronounced resemblance to Leo Messi.
- Euro exploitation flick documentaries on YouTube
No budget, no morals.
- Blair in Scotland
John at Barcablog claims to have a cunning plan. I do not, but here is a punning clan: The British Prime Minister,
- Screwed by the euro
A Madrid barman does the sums.
- Vote Boozer
Solbes is going to fund his promised tax cuts (keeps the centre happy) by whacking up duties on alcohol and tobacco
- Linguistic policy of Hispano-American language academies
“[Language] academies, oscillating in the disjunction between description and prescription, will have to document prescription taking into account descriptions of use,”