Explanation: These lovely folks, who unfortunately make some boring old men’s heads and bowels explode with fear and vergüenza ajena/sympathetic shame, have as one of their emotistraps the alleged Beethovenism re Bach, “Not a brook but an ocean.”
The sea is so boring. Imagine the success Charles Trenet might have had with the following if only he’d called it “L’océan”:
Be water, my friend, or be a dog, but everyone knows the one about Bach (woof!) and Offenbach (woof! woof! woof!), so it won’t be repeated here.
Igry (1/2/3) – a (research-driven?) neologism expressing a voyeuristic, laissez-faire sense of shame – already gets slightly more ghits (ca 200
- A brief history of zoological shame
Featuring a Spanish view of the Saxons.
Dean Takahashi has a lovely little piece on Charles Walton, the man ultimately behind the technology being used at Baja Beach
- Anti-globalism activist? Need accommodation?
A sympathetic friend will be away for the weekend of the Barcelona summit and would be delighted to let you have
Mariano over at Liberalismo.org has been translating various pertinent texts into Spanish. His latest gem is a chapter entitled Inversión (Investment)