The cause of much feminine frustration chez moi (“How can you listen to that rubbish!”), Justo Molinero has been been betrayed by Artur Mas after 30 years profiting from the provision of the vaseline essential to the relationship between Catalan-speaking lords and Spanish-speaking serfs – doing well by doing good, he may even have thought. The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away, I assume on the orders of the CUP, the tail wagging the hyena:
Mas se ha convertido en sirviente de los antisistema y no en la fragua del business friendly que prometió; en un factor de caos, y no de orden; en coartada de los admiradores de Kropotkin y Durruti, y no en representante de la burguesía moderada; en creador de incertidumbre, y no de expectativas racionales de mejora.
I doubt whether many in the CUP have read those authors, but it’s a striking if hysterical dichotomy.
Well out of it.
- The great electricity protection racket
Job 1: While [the messenger to Job] was yet speaking, there came also another, and said, The fire of God is fallen
- Lack of (satisfactory) indexes and ToCs in Spanish non-fiction
This is still a major problem, even from authors and publishers that appear to take themselves seriously, and even though automatic
- Let’s be honest: Islam is worse than Britney Spears
I’m not a big fan of Presbyterians (anagram check), but to their credit it’s more than 300 years since the Kirk
- Dubbing American diversity
When Latin American characters appear in an American series or film, in Spain the convention is to transform them into speakers
- The Catalan opening
… should be renamed “the Austro-Hungarian”