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5/12/07

Pre-si-den-ta

Un día como hoy pero de 1930 la Real Academia Española de Lenguas aprueba el uso femenino de los sustantivos que indiquen profesiones o cargos. Y sin embargo, el gorilaje de los centros urbanos intelectualizados es civilizado y europeista sólo cuando guardan las bananas.

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El cambio recién comienza dijo...

Si, che...que bueno.
Que bueno la presidenta, que le niega el derecho de abortar a las mujeres pobres, porque ella es una chupacirio (me pregunto que pasaría si la hija tuviese un "accidente")

Que bueno la presidenta, con esa reforma chota del consejo de la magistratura.

Que bueno la presidenta, que dejó a todos los impresentables del gabminete de su marido.

Que bueno la presidenta, que se debe creer la reencarnación de la compañera Evita, pero la verdad que K no le llega ni a las rodillas.

Grupo Efefe dijo...

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The oral history in Argentina, by Fernando Cesaretti and Florencia Pagni. School History. Faculty of Humanities and Arts at the National University of Rosario.
Hortencio Quijano: Can one caudillejo province?, by Cecilia Gonzalez Espul. History Department. Faculty of Literature and Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires.
Inquiries about the kidnapping, torture and disappearance of Bertha Perazzi. Last part, by David Andenmatten. Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto.
”La Hora de los Pueblos”, by Damian Descalzo. Law Faculty of the University of Buenos Aires.
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The Indians in the British invasions of 1806-07, by Roberto L. Elissalde. Bonaerense Institute of Numismatics and Antiquities. Board of Historical Studies of Recoleta.
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They see the Peronism not see it, by Raul Emilio Acosta. Faculty of Political Science and International Relations of the National University of Rosario.
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Un Día Peronista dijo...

Señor/a El cambio... se lo nota despechado/a. ¿Problemas en la cama?

Grupo efefe, si se va a colgar de nuestras tetas para hacer publicidad hagaló, pero aunque sea en castellano.

Gabriel dijo...

Increíble la capacidad de los intolerantes que nos llaman 'confrontativos'a nosotros, para meterse en un blog que enuncia ser peroncho e irritarse de que en su interior haya información con subjetividad peroncha.

Uno no sabe si reírse o llorar


Gabriel, de Santa Fe.

Anónimo dijo...

Más que analizar la sintáxis. Deberían de analizar la comunicaión: Pruebenlo, es una condición del Ser Vivo que esta Buenísima!