sábado, 4 de diciembre de 2010

Follow me on Saturday: Firework.

I will suHRvive!

Welcome to the English version of SobreviviRRHHé! In Spanish RRHH stands for "Recursos Humanos" now traslated to the HR of "Human Resources".

Welcome to our very special summary of the week, a very fun way to explain to our foreign visitors what we were discussing this week.

Sunday, 28th of November: Domingo con... Phil Collins. [Sunday with... Phil Collins]Sunday's post is dedicated to someone or something special. Today is the opportunity to talk about @rutroncal, a twitter follower who all night is waiting for my "soundtrack" before bedtime. Please, don't forget to send your request by tweet to @goroji
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Monday, 29th of November: ¿Y ahora sí es el momento? [And now it is the time?]: More or less questionable in times of crisis, it has approved assistance to the families of hospitalized children and may require compensation from January 1 of the total wage base.
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Tuesday, 30th of November: Pánico al volante. [Panic at the wheel]: There are many phobias that have emerged lately, and that bind to the classical phobias life but now worries me is the Amaxofobia or fear of driving.[Page Loads: 104]

Wednesday, 1st of December: 300 [300]: just that is the post 300 since we started this adventure back in February 2010 with the challenge of writing a daily entry (and on special occasions, two).
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Thursday, 2nd of December: Cosas que se dijeron ayer. [Things that were said yesterday]: As you know yesterday was a special day because it was the International Day against AIDS. As we could not post it deserved, we're going to write today collecting various newspaper articles written for this purpose.
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Friday, 3rd of December: Más bonita que ninguna. [More beautiful that none]: While in the Spanish language are bent on inventing new words, and strive to change the rules and spelling, I am struck by this article published yesterday in the Basque Journal: 'Pinpilinpauxa', voted the most beautiful word in Euskera in a campaign.
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The song of the week: Firework, by Kate Perry:

NOTE: The picture today is very special to me. This is the launching of fireworks in the Bahia de La Concha, San Sebastian.

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Gerineldo dijo...

TY very much for the summary

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