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Cataluña pide a España un rescate de 5023 millones

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¿País que hace frontera con el primero? ¡Qué hijo de puta eres!

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El hijo de puta lo serás tu, español!!

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¡Qué falta hace una dictadura para eliminar a toda la escoria como tú!

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Si, y a ti que te deporten a Siberia!! ultracatólico!!!

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Pues si tan independientes son, que sobrevivan a base de butifarras y cebollas con salsa romesco.

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Pues lo que hay que hacer es que Catalunya sea independiente y la caverna mediática deje de soltar su discurso franquista.

La mayor campaña electoral y gratis se la hizo el pp a esquerra cuando estaba el losantos soltando chorrada tras chorrada.

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Si un territorio intenta escindirse haremos que acabe como Siria antes de cederlo...

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Esto a ver....los franquistas se creen que el genocida va a resucitar.

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¿5023 millones de qué? de €uros o de su propia moneda, porque dice el Wall Street Journal :

In the Catalonia region of Spain, a restaurant and a community garden are part of an experiment in alternative cash--they are accepting a home-grown currency called the Eco as well as the Euro. WSJ's Ilan Brat reports.

Even though she's one of millions of young, unemployed Spaniards, 22-year-old Silvia Martín takes comfort in knowing that her bank is still standing behind her. It's not a lending institution, but rather a time bank whose nearly 400 members barter their services by the hour.

In the Catalonia region of Spain, a restaurant and a community garden are part of an experiment in alternative cash--they are accepting a home-grown currency called the Eco as well as the Euro. WSJ's Ilan Brat reports.

Ms. Martín, who doesn't own a car and can't afford taxis, has relied on other time-bank members to give her lifts around town for her odd jobs and errands, as well as to help with house repairs. In return, she has cared for members' elderly relatives, organized children's parties and even hauled boxes for a member moving to a new house.

The time bank not only saves her cash, she says, but also lifts her spirits by making her feel "part of a community that's taking some positive action during hard times."