Archive for October, 2010

10.31
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Operation Jaque

by yudaica2013 ·

We had to mention the event even steals the headlines of newspapers around the world. The so-called “Operation Jaque”, which almost miraculously returned to them the freedom to 15 hostages held for years by the FARC terrorist group, and among those who have U.S. citizens and former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, now global emblem of the victims of the abhorrent scourge of kidnapping. It was impossible not to catch this swollen with excitement and joy at this great event that is unprecedented in history and undoubtedly marks the beginning of the end of the damaged, contaminated and vain struggle in our beloved country rebel Colombian, that war nonsense that so many horrors have been planted along more than four decades. Mainly we have to thank the Almighty for such a triumph and then to all those brave men who make up the Colombian army, who gave their lives in the day day, persevere because the long-awaited peace, holy is finally a reality for all those who were born in this wonderful nation. Still broken relationships between private channels and measurement firm IBOPE, although both broadcasters determined to make a temporary alliance while establishing who will henceforth measure television audience, for its part continues IBOPE providing reports that show the usual resulted in the reign of Canal Caracol TV series “The Cartel”, followed closely by the RCN modern melodrama “The last marriage happy.” Is in its final chapters the soap opera-comedy “New rich, new poor” after a futile overtime that brought more than good, the great exodus of much of his faithful followers, among them has this server, expected results a detested and wrong strategy.

10.27
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The Chicken Killer

by yudaica2013 ·

-Suellen kick the ball with all your soul! Metela in the corner, Facu! Dazzled by being on the ground and make the team, Facundo calculated the trajectory to be printed on the ball. The distance was not great, but he was a world. Twelve steps were much when you legs tremble. Kicked powerful, but not enough. The ball approached the goal without force. The victory was escaping. The yellow keeper shivered throughout the body.

Do not accept an embarrassing draw in similar circumstances. It would not be worthy of his team. The Blues deserved the victory. Any of your players could have set up on a penalty. However, the blue had been appointed captain Facundo know the result. The victory was theirs.

The goalkeeper threw himself on the other side. The ball went just the lime line delimiting the frame. The arbitrator accepted the goal and whistled the end of the meeting. With arms raised, Facundo exulted. Players from both sides and the audience applauded him as the hero of the game. Blues rushed towards him to congratulate him. Facundo was carried on the shoulders around the field. For the first time felt the protagonist Facu. The arrival home of her father’s hand was memorable. His mother rushed to his son and shook his arms. A Facundo was in tears of happiness. They embraced all excited, sharing the privilege of the moment. For his son, the memory would be imperishable. He had been the hero of the day, applauded and cheered. Facundo did not survive the summer. It was one morning after waking, with her dad and her mom holding him by the hand. Every society is judged by how it treats the less fortunate. SPITZER-YSBERT Jose Odyseus LITERARY WORK: le choc des Temps (Novel, 387 pp.) Editorial Santa Maria, 1984. La Symphonie Ecarlate (Novel, 379 pp.) Editorial Santa Maria, 1990. Member of the Association des Gens de Lettres de France, 1992. Mastabah Le Tresor. (Novel, 418 pp.) Editorial Santa Maria, 1994. Three Short film and television (Castilian), 1999. a Oeun Bocata for Muertoa a Bocata and Fugue a The Revenge of Muertoa The Mystery of the Emerald Mountain. (Novel, 490 pp.) Editorial FASD, 2003. Crazy Stuff, Comedy Theatre, 2004. Member of the General Society of Authors of Spain, 2004. The Garlic of San Agapito, Comedy Theatre, 2005. The Chicken Killer, screenplay, 2005. Lucecita (Audiolibro. Christmas Carol, 267 pp.) 2005/06. Dialogues of the Carmelites, Comedy Theatre, 2006. The Secret of the Lost Scroll (unpublished novels, 778 pp.), 2009. 21 Stories (some were published in EFE), 2007. Oeun Day a The Aciagoa Desaparecidaa a The Girl of Metroa a The Vengancitaa a The Star Operaa a The Teardrop Platao a The Wolf a The House Colinaa a The Assassination of Lady Gloucestera a Las Pearls of Condesaa a The Cieguitaa Michikoa a Lanclosa Germain of Duel in the evenings Oeun Aguaa a I Spya En a Future Inciertoa a The Train to the 16h40a a The Champion Anochece Mundoo a which is no small puppy a The callejeroa The Mystery of the Cave Ice (Children’s Story, 80 pp.), 2008. The Phantom of the Cathedral (Juvenile Fiction, 205 pp.), 2008. Memorable Stories (Novel, 396 pp.), 2008. The last flight of the Pelican (Children’s Story, 32 pp.), 2009.

10.22
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The Great Talent Of One Of The Great From Italy: Dante Alighieri

by yudaica2013 ·

Dante Alighieri said that a Memory is the only paradise from which one can not be expelled. When you play a visit to the beautiful, majestic Florence, can not but remind one of its great poets, literary talent as Dante Alighieri, “Supreme Poet” (il Poeta Somme). Dante is also called the “Father of language” Italian. His first biography was written by Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375), who wrote to Trattatello in laude di dantea his Divine Comedy, which is one of the key works of the transition from medieval to Renaissance thought. It is considered the masterpiece of Italian literature and one of the summits of world literature a For those who had the opportunity at school, especially in high school for many years in religious schools dela chalazal, a Spanish priest, we enter into the plea Divide comedy, enjoy their scope and especially the good explanations in this regard was given to us, which was engraved in our memory and yet in this we account many of his sentences, compendium. a Take into account as we know, that La Vita Nuova (‘New Life’) is the first known work of Dante Alighieri, written between 1292 and 1293, shortly after the death of his beloved Beatrice.

The book alternates lyrical poems 31 and 42 chapters in prose. The meaning of the title is given by the vital renewal experienced by the poet to fall in love with his beloved. The party serves as a prose explanation of the sonnets, written according to the canons of the dolce stil nuovo, and selected from among those which Dante had written since 1283, in honor of different women and their own Beatrice.