Bilbo Hague seems to think the forces of freedom won the last one, despite Barraco Barner tracking my every move in ways the Stasi wouldn’t have dared dream of. Why, only yesterday I was out in my dinghy when.
I did actually vote once, in local elections in The Hague, for the “green-left” (but actually Kurdish tribalist) candidate, because I thought he’d let me chat up his sister. But democracy is a sham.
- Kurdish language schools
This is cool, and not just because of the location: Some 3,000 people turned out for the opening ceremony on Sunday of
- Kalebeul’s one and only reference to the US presidential elections
A little thing by Orson Scott Card, via Kalebeul’s DJ-guru, Irwin Chusid. Apparently I’m about to become a multiple uncle AND
- Statutory obligation to know Spanish/Catalan, against European rules?
That’s surely the long-term implication for the Spanish constitution and the Catalan statute of autonomy of this European Court of Justice
From the Washington Post: “Asked to respond to reports that Arafat is brain-dead, [French foreign minister Michel] Barnier replied, ‘I wouldn’t
As Spain disintegrates, Pedro de Miguel suggests that even sparrows are moving into the separate identity business: In Bilbao it’s not just