“Certo, non ho mai tradito l nonostante la Rai mi avesse offerto delle esclusive più vantaggiose”. Si spieghi meglio. “Mi avevano offerto delle esclusive, mi offrivano soldi per non andare più a Mediaset e restare solo da loro. C ai tempi del Manzoni, e proprio come oggi c l il male orribile della sifilide che uccise suo padre, sua nonna e l compagno della madre, un male allora misterioso e invincibile che era anche peccato di contagio sessuale. Duecento anni dopo sono ancora la carne, la morte e il diavolo a spiegare che cosa accaduto veramente a un ragioniere di 31 anni, nato a Caltanissetta il 21 luglio del 1984 e cresciuto a Roma, impiegato in una societ che amministra condomini, non particolarmente bello, un faccione rotondo che nonostante la cancellazione da Facebook ancora su qualche chat, una specie di bagnino di periferia con i soliti banali e volgari tatuaggi, a cominciare dal veliero sul braccio destro che solo adesso, nel carcere di Regina Coeli, non pi il conformismo del poveraccio che per sentirsi strafico imbratta il proprio corpo anzich imbrattare i muri, ma diventa, suo malgrado, un codice di prigione, di pirati e galeotti, di ragazzi per sempre selvaggi. Adesso si lascia curare.

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As for the accent, it varies from district to district in the province.Newfoundlanders pronounce Newfoundland to rhyme with ‘understand,’ placing emphasis on LAND, not New or found . It sounds something like “newfin LAND.” Canadians outside of the Atlantic provinces (Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia as well as Newfoundland and Labrador) and tourists are noted for their pronunciation of Newfoundland as “new FOUND lind”, “NEW fin lind” or “NEW found lind.”Two “traditions” persist with a visit to Newfoundland the cod and the “screech in.” (Both were actually enacted by Ben Mulroney in the Canadian Idol television show while he visited Newfoundland, demonstrating how widespread these activities are thought to be). These “traditions” are little more than tourist activities originally invented by locals for a laugh.

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