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For more room to train their military!  When is the world, including the complicit United States, going to put a stop to this?
The demolitions were carried out in an area Israel declared a closed military zone as far back as the 1970s.
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Well , well here is your "progressive" FYI : this was held in 2006..
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Screencap from the documentary. Ukraine’s authorities have urged a French broadcaster to take a documentary titled 'Masks of Revolution' off the air. They claim the movie misrepresents Maidan event...
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Clintonites disparaging this one too in 3, 2, 1...
 
No more a statistical outlier: a second poll shows Sanders nearly tied with Clinton nationally. (Previous poll - http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-elections/bernie-sanders-now-in-statistical-tie-with-hillary-clinton-in-new-national-poll-a6857776.html.)
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has erased Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's wide lead for the Democratic presidential nomination since the start of year, putting the two in a dead heat nationally, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
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Like cockroaches, the conspiracy theorists suggesting the Zika virus outbreak is anything but a normal, naturally-occurring event have begun to come out of the woodwork. To be expected, the theories they’re espousing make no sense scientifically, and each theory is incompatible with the others, but why should anyone expect that conspiracy theorists would actually use…
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Ready for dinner!
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Spot on.
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A bit old, but so she's and sometimes we need to be reminded who is who...


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Never worth one life... and the wars dragged on.
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John Pilger writes: One of the epic miscarriages of justice of our time is unravelling. The United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention - the international tribunal that adjudicates and decides whether governments comply with their human rights obligations - has ruled that Julian Assange ...
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Now that I mentioned it... Ironically, that photography is probably from the Basque Country. The bottles used to be different in Asturias and, overall, here it is poured from the height above the forehead with the glass in a 45 degree angle or so, to make the foam break against the very border of it.

There's a video at the end of the article of an Spanish waiter pouring it the right way in four glasses at same time (I won't try that...).

«...Asturias is responsible for 80% of Spain’s cider production. Reaching up to 54 liters a year per person, they drink more cider per capita in this small province than anywhere else in the world. In Asturias, Sidra Natural (hard cider) is more than a drink: it’s a symbol of regional identity and a way of life.»
This is a must try drink when you visit Spain! And it's not what you think it is, this stuff is unique.
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A gift from my parents. Yeah, I know, someday I'll embrace veganism, but meanwhile...

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+Katherine Schock​​ it's probably not that expensive here compared to the US, though. But yeah, it's an appreciated gift, indeed. I don't deserve it, but let them think I do, so they bring another one next year... 😜
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I am yet another John Doe.

I like programming, that's my work, free (as in freedom) software, playing my guitar when I have time, that unluckily is not very often, and read books on politics, science and technology.

I tend to be quite tolerant, even when sometimes it needs a great effort, but there are a few people that are not welcomed neither in my circles nor in my stream. Among these:

- Climate change deniers
- Right-wing extremists (Including nazis, fascists, Tea Party members, Zionists, NATO warmongers, etc.)

I find superstitions archaic, including the existence of God.

I do not share my own photographs often, but when I do I release them under Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike - Non Commercial license (cc-by-sa-nc), unless stated other thing.
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    Sociology, 2010 - present
  • Uned
    Software engineering, 2000
We have been traveling to Ayamonte, an Spanish town closed to The Algarve, in summer for the last three years. And despite we have to drive at least one hour to Sao Brass de Alportel, we always visit Luís dos Frangos because their Frango no Churrasco is the best we have ever tasted, we think it has something to see with their unique recipe of piri piri sauce. And it is really inexpensive.
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Este solía ser un buen restaurante, pero ahora es *pésimo*. La calidad ha bajado sustancialmente, las dos últimas veces que fuimos no tenían la mitad de las cosas que venían en la carta, así que prácticamente comimos lo que nos dieron, no lo que queríamos. La última vez que estuvimos nos intentaron engañar directamente: preguntamos que quesos tenían para terminar la cena y nos ofrecieron una tabla de quesos asturianos. Aceptamos y nos colaron unos pedazos más secos que el ojo de un tuerto de los cuales como mucho serían asturianos dos, le preguntamos al camarero que quesos asturianos eran y no supo decirnos nada, así que le pedimos que se la llevase. Y la higiene para denunciarlos directamente: Fuimos a cenar pronto, no había nadie más en todo el comedor, y los servicios estaban que había que entrar nadando hasta la taza, así que estaba claro que llevaban por lo menos desde la noche anterior sin limpiarlos. POR LO MENOS. En suma: una vergüenza. A nosotros nos han perdido como clientes de por vida. No se lo recomiendo a nadie.
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
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Fuímos a comer cuatro adultos ayer, mi compañera, dos foriatos de Madrid y un servidor, y pedimos sendos cachopos: uno fartón "estándar" y otro de cecina y queso de cabra. La comida estaba exquisita y era abundante hasta decir basta. Nos costó hacernos con los dos cachopos entre los cuatro. El rebozado y el punto de la carne era perfecto, los filetes estaban muy tiernos y las patatas que los acompañan caseras. La atención del personal en general fue excelente, a pesar de tener el local abarrotado. El único motivo por el que no pongo la quinta estrella es porque nos pusieron pan sin preguntar si lo queríamos, que no va incluido en el precio y que de haberlo sabido habríamos rechazado, pues se llevaron la cesta llena al final de la comida. En cualquier caso pueden contar con que volveremos por allí, especialmente cada vez que tengamos algún invitado en casa que no sepa lo que es un buen cachopo.
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See English version below. La cocina no es especialmente mala, pero el pan que nos pusieron estaba quemado hasta el punto de que en algunas partes estaba negro, literalmente. Eran barras de esas precongeladas, que a veces hago yo mismo en casa, y cuando me despisto y se me queman hasta ese punto directamente las tiro. Así que me parece VERGONZOSO que pongan algo así a alguien que va a pagar por ello. Demuestran muy poco interés en cuidar de sus clientes con semejante detalle, desde luego. Los primeros platos fueron razonables, pero de segundo dos de nosotros pedimos merluza a la sidra y trajeron una ración para ambos que al principio pensamos que era para uno nada más. Venían los cuatro trozos más pequeños de la cola de dos merluzas, la peor parte, llena de espinas. Y el sabor a sidra todavía lo estamos buscando. En el precio del menú, de unos 12 euros por persona, no se incluía la sidra que tuvimos que abonar aparte. Los postres estaban bastante buenos, pero haciendo balance total de la experiencia, NO se lo recomiendo a nadie. Ni que decir tiene que nosotros no pensamos volver. _________________________________________________________________ The cook is not bad, but the bread was burned to the point of being black at some parts. I make bread at home sometimes and if I leave it in the oven to that point, I put it directly in the garbage can. It's shameful giving it to someone that have actually paid for it. I think they don't care too much about the customers. The first dishes were OK, but two of us chose a fish —merluza a la sidra– and when they arrived with the dish we thought it was only for one person, but it was actually for two, and there were four little pieces from the tail of the fish, the worst part. Also it didn't have the cider flavor expected in such recipe. The menu price was about 12 euros per person, and it didn't include cider for drinking, that you have to pay apart. Desserts were pretty good, but given the overall experience I don't recommend it to anyone.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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