Normal furrow resumed.
“The wisest of men” line isn’t the former’s, but ben trovato it certainly is.
If Spain is selling electricity to France, how come Spanish consumer prices are 50% higher than north of the border?
Only God can save him now.
Includes several therapeutic tongue-twisters.
The etymology of “gilipollas” as a mere excuse to quote a gross 16th century shepherd and link to some video fragments of Jesús Gil y Gil.
A borrowed verdict on the current public utterances of Spanish officials, and a suggestion that the Catalan national question may be about to be resolved in the same way it was in 1918-23.
An Iberian proposal would slash wage costs, free up time and talent for cashflow-friendly shagshow opportunities, and assimilate football to mainstream Peninsular cultural practice.
But what was Rosa Díez actually trying to say before she so expertly inserted foot into mouth?
In response to confusion in the markets re Spain’s constitutional arrangements and the size and distribution of its public debt, kaleBirthday has, remarkably, gained the consent of the Catalan, Spanish and EU administrations to conduct a binding poll on the future of the troubled region. Vote now or forever hold your peace.