Re: OT: Politics [Was:Social Contract]
Roberto C. Sanchez wrote:
Steve Lamb wrote:
Slap on the wrist, he's still teaching. And it is prevalent. It was oing
on when I was in high school 10 years ago. Difference here was that a student
had the cajones to record him and expose him.
The word "cajones" means drawers. I believe the word you are looking
Yeah, gave me a chuckle, too. Reminded me of "Alla en el Rancho Grande,
Alla en donde vivia...." But that was "calzones".
for is "cojones." For example, there is a famous rock formation (in the
southwest US, I believe) called El Cajón---because it looks like a
drawer, not a testicle.
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