Educational, multilingual spam for the week. The translation is below the original post in parenthesis which seems to split the full spam into up to three non-congruent thoughts. I guess I’m smarter for having read it, or at least my brain fattened up a little, kinda like eating unnecessary potato chips…
A man named Paul Rusch lost himself in love for the Japanese people beginning in
the 1920s. I’m the Director of Sportsimpacts and an Economics Professor
at the George Herbert Walker School of Business at Webster University in St Louis, MO.
El observatorio fue concebido como tres proyectos independientes en Europa,
Estados Unidos de América y Japón en la década de 1980 y se fusionaron en uno en los 90.
I’m impressed, I should say. The 328 entries submitted for AMAA 2012 include 88 short films, 57 documentaries, 43 entries from Africans in Diaspora, 6 animations and 134 feature films.
(The observatory was designed as three separate projects in Europe,
United States of America and Japan in the 1980s and merged into one in the 90.)