As a student I was the token honky in the horn section of a Brummy gospel-funk band, whose performances regularly led to crutch derogation and such, but I never saw anything to equal this:
Insurance companies and quack therapists, take note.
- The cha-cha-cha, a palm-broom dance?
- Shasha: worn-out palm-broom. (Pott, Doppelung (Reduplikation, Gemination) als eines der wichtigsten Bildungsmittel der Sprache, beleuchtet aus Sprachen aller Welttheile (1862))
- Gananciosa took a new-palm broom, which she found in the house, and with scratching it, made a sound, that though it was hoarse and rough, agreed well enough with [Escalanta’s] patten… Rinconete and Cortadillo being surprized
- Early consequence of downing of Pirate Bay?
Crash-and-grab raid on a Barcelona bookshop.
- Suing fucked translators
I am told that translators all used to be self-employed and not worth suing, but that the slow advance of litigation in the market is changing all that. Phrases like “you can’t sue me for more than the value of this contract” won’t cut it, limited liability companies will need to be considered, and liability …
- Mother of all abominations
One dreadful consequence of writing this blog has been a realisation that ideas whose sublimity none has dared impute in the bar down the alley, Sally, are regularly rubbished by those too distant to receive the hair-mussing they so richly deserve. Here, for example, barrett writes“Ghits”, by the way, is an abomination and reminiscent