Amazing. Ab-solutely bloody amazing. It´s not bad enough that the Cardinal of All Ireland said that “members of religious orders who have come clean with thier memories of child abuse are very brave people” for “confronting their own demons” (no, they´re bloody pedophiles who should be taken out the back and shot – I knew Communists weren´t all bad), we now have Cardinal Antonio Cañizares (God knows who he is, but seems important) saying on Continue reading Can we just abolish the Church and lock up all religous nutters?
Currently involved in a rather tricky court case over compensation. One of the other parties allegations is that in all previous communications with them, we never informed them we were communicating via a lawyer (despite the headed notepaper? The return address? The signature at the bottom and college affiliation of the signee? etc). To which I have just spotted (in the middle of 55 pages of closely typed legal arguments) that our reply is: (..)no Continue reading Hmmmm…. I can speak Spanish, you know
While browsing www.guardiacivil.es (trying to find out what a big red triangle on a guardia´s shoulder means, I´m assuming it doesn´t mean he´s Jewish) I came across “Consejos para los ninos”. Usual list for kids, don´t accept sweets from strangers, don´t get in strangers cars, wear a seatbelt… and yet, in a striking yellow that stands out the most, it says at the bottom “NEVER BUY ILLEGAL SOFTWARE. NEVER PIRATE SOFTWARE”. http://www.guardiacivil.es/infantil/Consejos/index.jsp Is this really Continue reading Guardia Civil priotities for young citizens
The Welcome Stranger is a restaurant I never knew about in a village I didn’t know existed. It’s in a hamlet called Limaria which is technically part of Arboleas, but you have to go through Albox to get there. I drove there over fields and dirt tracks in the Jeep and it was a rather surreal experience, coming over a hill into a large place full of luxury villas in the middle of absolutley bloody Continue reading Welcome Stranger Restaurant