Did you know that it was the French… who invented the Vikings.

15 de noviembre 886/7 C.E.

… somewhere between Le Havre and l’Île de La Cité, westbound on the River Seine.

Las efemérides… contexto de SoliDaridad y lo “bueno de saber” en cuanto a los apellidos de “las buenas familias”, por parte de CNEWSMatin:  a suivi… wait one, S.V.P.

—SEQVANA—

Yes indeed, oh but oui. You see folks, way way way way way, before Brother Àndre and Brother Èdouard strategized a way to compel [1] old consumer Conrad into driving Armand’s Type 3 “horseless buggies” in search of the best hôtels and restaurants around France, and later the entire globe, Paris was already attracting far away travelers onto l’Île de La Cité in order to get a taste of La Seine, l’Île de La Cité, Chartres, Le Mans and other parts of La Loire; and as a matter of trivia beyond the tales of Charlemagne by Charles The Bald and Charles The Fat, it was right around this week of November, but in 885/7 that the French (back then called “Los Panchos” or “Les Francs”) were about to invent The Vikings.

Pero hablando de catálogos especializados en placeres caros…

A review of that epic poem about The Michelin Guide is coming right up, but first we’ve got some Eric del Castillo breaking news! By the Spirit of Saint-Germain-des-Pres.

It seems that the first actor, a Mexican Viking in his own right, but with Quetzal feathers instead of horns sticking out his hair dress, suffered yet another heart attack.

… Pobre don Eric, como sufrió.

Yes indeed, ¡ah pero cómo rechingados de que no! No por nada los putos de Molotov (antes de que vendieran las nachas a Heineken; ¡ay pero que puta ironía…) le dedicaran un corrido a los estudios de Televisa aludiendo a finales del Siglo pasado sobre un catálogo exclusivo para clientes ejecutivos (compradores de “tiempo” aire) para disfrutar de suculentos platillos de camarones en el hoyo, y bizcochos rellenos de la leche que Miguel Bose, “confunde con leche Nestle”, o algo así, según el Rollo del puto de Alejandro Lora.

Pobre don Eric, como sufrió con los destapes de doña Kate (de mi Corazón… H20). Eric Eduardo del Castillo tenía un chingo de años, igual que el “Loco Valdés”, don Eric rozaba ya la edad de Matusalén. Que en paz descanse.

Michelin Guide context follows… but first.


El “Rollón” de la invención de Normandía.

Pinson, U., “L’INVENTION DE LA NORMANDIE”  n° 33 : Le Figaro Histoire; Aout–Septembre 2017; Imaye Graphic (Juillet 2017). www. lefigaro. fr/ histoire

— Efemérides del 15 de noviembre, vía CNEWSMatin: http://kiosque.cnewsmatin.fr/Pdf.aspx?edition=NEP&date=20171115

Oríllese a la orilla — Larry David, pt. ii

November 14, 2017

Upon careful consideration after evaluating Larry David’s, season 9; episode 7, (Namaste) of “Oríllese a la orilla”, which is the loudspeaker command that comes out of a Mexican police vehicle just before a driver is given the option to pay a bribe for an infraction and get back on their merry way or, pay a fine after the vehicle is impounded (which implies another fee to get it back) and/or the confiscation of a drivers license, which will require standing in long lines during opening business hours to recuperate the dang-on thing;  hence the translation in Mexican Spanish (particularly the Chilango variety) for the phrase: Curb Your Enthusiasm, to announce that asegovia3 is not going to be getting (for the time being) on the Larry David (taboo) liberation of The Holocaust rabbit hole. Thank You, and have a nice day… or as hot yoga instructors say: Namaste.

All Hail.

We [the staff] arrived to this conclusion after seeing the main character, “Larry David” doubling down on The Shoah comedic references delivered through an HVAC/AC repairman (Will Sasso—MADTV) while comparing the elements of heating and air conditioning to children destined to the Siemens furnaces: which one is your favorite (and keep) and which one would you be willing to send to the ovens?… Mr. David words, more or less—not ours.

Shine on, you crazy Heb… Uta Madre! We meant to write, “Shine on you Crazy Diamond”, not you ‘crazy Heb’.

… here’s your Bernie Badge back, you fucking loon. Momo sends his regards.

We [the staff] are still committed, however, on digressing to the Michelin Guide, please stand by, because we need to Frequency Hop 65 million years back in time —para poder preparar el nixtamal necesario para la siguiente entrada.


Aguanta Corazón, que ahorita regreso.

Oríllese a la orilla—sin subtitulos.

El César de aparador, cortesía HBO: https :// youtube .com/watch?v=1iUAvZgbl1o

“Oríllese a la orilla”, temporada 9, episodio 7, vía IMdB: http://m.imdb.com/title/tt6618290/?ref_=m_ttep_ep_ep7