lundi 23 mars 2009

y vino Santana a Guatemala

Este próximo 17 de marzo del 2009 se llevará a cabo un concierto del reconocido artista Carlos Santana en Guatemala, como parte del Santa Live Your Light Tour 2009, nombre que se le ha puesto a la gira de conciertos que este realizará durante este año.El concierto de Santana se llevará a cabo en el Estadio Mateo Flores y está previsto para que de inicio a las 8:30 de la noche.

A la gran!!! que gran concierto ese, va a estar buenisimo MAURICIO Enero 15th, 2009 at 6:56 pm
Hasta cuando viene un buen concierto y un espectaculo buenisimo, no hay que perderselo.
Abraham Del Cid Enero 20th, 2009 at 12:20 pm Tan sólo busco información: ¿sabe alguien dónde pueden comprarse los boletos para el concierto de Santana? juan carlos lavarreda del aguila Enero 26th, 2009 at 2:15 pm
que bueno, hoy presisamente estabamos comentando con un gran musico, carlos rangel, recordandonos que un amigo de el tiene un recorte de peridico de una foto del musico, cuando vino por primera vez a guatemal, que bien para recordar viejos tiempos ERIC Enero 28th, 2009 at 5:03 pm
cholero mierdaa si no va a dcir nada bno mejor no diga nada.. al cabo q nadie le staba preguntando… ademas santana es d lo mejor q existe no chingue.. y wisin y yandel si son la mera tambn pro no se merecen ni si quiera ser mencionados cuando es d alguien como santana q se sta hablando ps..marcos i sho va! ---- Febrero 9th, 2009 at 4:32 pm
vs eric q muuuco sos mano nserio santana es lo maxx ia me imagino a vs en un concierto de santana puro mirrey entre toda la mara q si sabe de musikRaul Febrero 12th, 2009 at 11:22 pm Vos eric has d ser 1 maqilero q no sabes ni mierda d musik. Como putas comparas a santana con esa mierda d regaeton.

es un mundo libre

Production Credits Director: Ken Loach Producer: Rebecca O'BrienScreenplay by: Paul Laverty Music by: George Fenton Cinematography by: Nigel Willoughby Editor: Jonathan MorrisProduction Design: Fergus Clegg Cast Angie Kierston Wareing Rose Juliet Ellis Karol Leslaw Zurek International sales Pathe International Clip Sales Sixteen Films A Letter We Received...

Dear Mr. Loach: Just a quick note to congratulate you on your latest film "A Free World". I have worked for 3 years in the building industry, running my own London-based construction company. My employees started out as English & Irish, soon to be replaced by Polish workers. Whilst I always provided my workers with contracts and proper PAYE pay slips, I was constantly contacted by agencies to replace my full-time workers with casual day-workers. My experiences embraced many of the scenes in the film, from the client not paying to rebellions amongst the ranks of another crew of workers working on the same building site as my crews. In the 3 years, I tried to find housing for some workers as best as I could and heard horror stories from Ukrainians, Kurds, Iraqis, Afghans, Palestinians etc. The worst thing I came across was a Polish worker working for a Pakistani boss, housed in his basement, and paid £20 a day. I "headhunted" him and with time, he became one of the team leaders in my company. After 3 years struggling in the building game, trying to do things right, paying tax, registering workers and sorting out their accomodation to an acceptable level of living, I had to close down my company because of the unfair competition. "There are a lot of hungry builders out there", told me one of West London's largest Property developers, when he chose to hire a company using a crew of illegals instead of my firm. My profit margin became so low that I preferred shutting it all down before making a loss. My firm could not compete without having to resort to those unethical and illegal practices, and I was not prepared to do that. Thank you for bringing this disgusting practice of people exploitation to the surface. The building trade in London has become an absolute mafia stronghold run by people with no ethics whatsoever, for clients having no ethics whatsoever. Sometimes, the networks are made-up of workers that have been through the low ranks at the start, have learnt English and are now exploiting their own people. How sad. Warmest regards,


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