Yes, is true, they are "toreros", sorry, I forget it. In my country we
banned that sort of "activity" more than a century ago.
Anyway, I think is hard to see the nexus between "toreo" and a
"spherical cow" or even a "simple" cow. Is my point of view...
I will do some scratchs, send them to the list.
El mié, 29-08-2012 a las 23:58 +0200, Juan Francisco Fernández escribió:
I hope other submissions arrive and "toreadores" one can be
Here in Spain they are called "toreros", and lot of people (including
me) are against them and how bulls are tortured. "Toreros" and what
they do (and they supporters) are a shame for us, fortunately more and
more people is againts this aberration.
They are "criminals", if you don't know why search - tortura toros -
 on google images (not funny images, bulls bleeding and dying), I
think Fedora don't want to be associated with that images.
PS: Sorry about the "offtopic".
2012/8/26 Lailah <lailahfsf(a)gmail.com>
If you say so... I believe you :-))
But to me it only leads me to ask: "What is it? What it has
to do? Oh, I see! Is an Spanish product, isn't?"
The most part of the world associate "toreadores" with Spain
not with cows or bulls.
If you want action, well, cows are not good for this. Let's
say that cows and action just live as far as they can. ;-)
Really, is quite hard to see the association.
May be a farmer with a bucket in his/her hand? It would be
El mié, 22-08-2012 a las 19:07 +0200, Kévin Raymond escribió:
> On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 9:00 PM, Lailah wrote:
> > I don't understand why there's a "toreador" in the
> The bull is not really far to the Cow. And as read on irc, it leads to
> the action (Come out! Come out!).
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