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Hello amigos!

I’m Josephine Embriage du Fromage, but my artistic alter-ego (photo above) decided that “Jo March” was a better name for me, so I’m going with it (she can be pretty cranky at times…it gets ugly…things being smashed …

We get it, Mr. Mayor. You’re a Catholic and you’re ecstatic about having an Argentine as the head of the Holy See.

And we share your sentiment. Because despite his stance on progressive social causes that this website is strongly …

 Welcome to Versus, a bi-weekly section featuring two opposing opinions on the same matter. Since we know for a fact that you only read those articles that you know beforehand you are going to agree with, we have decided to

 

Spolier alert: she doesn’t crash.

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner inaugurated Argentina’s Center for Pilot Training and Formation (CEFEPRA), where three of four newly acquired last generation FFS (Full Flight Simulators) have already been installed.

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Alright people. Nobody panic but the Casa Rosada, also known as the gay version of the White House, has just lost power.

This could either mean three things:

  1. They forgot to pay the bills, which, come on, it happens.

Hurray!

I know that probably most of you already don’t take the Subte because it is kinda for millionaires and stuff, but here are some good news for those of you still venturing underground everyday.

A Buenos Aires court accepted …

Whatever animosity hung between these two is gone forever now that Cristina shed a few tears as they shook hands after his inauguration.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eg4nzTNzmRI

So if you’re a Kirchnerite and are uncertain about whether to support or despise Pope Francis, …

Former genocidal dictator and quite possibly senile citizen Jorge Rafael Videla is distraught and very much offended after reading a recent interview he gave to Spanish magazine Cambio 16 in which he calls for the armed forces to rise up …

Somebody get me a body language expert right now.

Cristina’s meeting with Pope Francis was everything you dreamed it would be and more. The awkwardness, the shyness, the hat! MY GOD, THE HAT!

Sure, they may have had a rocky …

In case you didn’t remember, Jorge Rafael Videla (the man largely responsible for the monstrocious military dictatorship that killed 30,000 people between 1976 and 1983 in Argentina) is still alive.

Scary, isn’t it?

Scary because when you juxtapose that fact …