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Shout, shout, while the dirt continues leaving… Main Page: English | Español
posted by sluglicker (10 comments total)

 
Actually "saliendo" would be better translated as "coming out".
posted by signal at 8:45 AM on March 22, 2007


And "suciedad" is not "dirt", but rather dirtyness or filth.
So, shout, shout, while the filth keeps coming out.
posted by signal at 8:46 AM on March 22, 2007


And "grito" is "I shout".
I'll shut up now.
posted by signal at 8:46 AM on March 22, 2007


I can't read Spanish, but the Rolex clock along the right-hand side is classy.
posted by Pastabagel at 8:54 AM on March 22, 2007


Here there are annotations and memories left to it flies arisen pen of sensations and emotional experiences during trips. The distances imply time of reflection, delays destined to the observation and the introspection. All we do it, but very few give to those moments the importance that deserve. I wrote them in postal that fuí sending to me in each stage of an endless way.

Is this Dennis Kucinich's blog?
posted by billysumday at 8:55 AM on March 22, 2007


Romped, like in an unimaginable labyrinth still for the constructors of Chartres, the highways hide to magicians unexpected stages, that they fill of pleasing to who looks for the beautiful thing, synonymous of natural and old, like needle in a barn.

Briefly, surreally entertaining for autotranslate mangles, but basically pointless to post here. A machine translation does not count as an "English language version."
posted by nanojath at 9:03 AM on March 22, 2007


I love the pic of the kid in the tv with the gun and the following pick of the kids in the cruciform poses on the fencing.

Who is the photographer?
posted by MasonDixon at 9:23 AM on March 22, 2007


I love kerouac, but I was really hoping that
this was the video for Cillit Bang.
posted by squidfartz at 1:05 PM on March 22, 2007


I've bookmarked this in hopes that I get interested enough to actually use it to brush up on my deteriorating Spanish.
posted by Devils Rancher at 3:44 PM on March 22, 2007


You know, I think not understanding Spanish very well actually makes this work better for me. It adds an aura of mystery and the unknown.

I like it. It fits my mood today.
posted by dejah420 at 7:12 PM on March 22, 2007


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