Sométete cuanto antes a esta prueba corta (3 minutos) y muy fácil.
Luego lée un resumen breve de los programas electorales que se te proponen.
Olvídate de las caras de los barandas de cada partido.
Cierra tus ojos y oídos a las consignas y eslóganes.
Pasa de falsos debates; míratelos como lo que son: puro espectáculo.
Y, luego, si quieres y si algún programa coincide con el resultado de tu autotest, no lo dudes:
Quitando a George Harrison y John Lennon, al menos otra de las personas que aparecen en la portada de Abbey Road ha fallecido. Y además recientemente. Pista: no está cruzando la calle.
Como dice la noticia original, estaba en una de las fotografías más famosas del siglo pasado, y no era famoso. Paul Cole, man on Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ cover, dies:
Cole, a longtime Barefoot Bay resident, died Wednesday in Pensacola at age 96. He is clearly seen in the famous shot of the Beatles walking across London’s Abbey Road, used as the front cover of the group’s classic 1969 album, “Abbey Road.” Over the years, the picture has been reproduced in books, on posters, coffee mugs, T-shirts and hundreds of other places.
The retired salesman is standing on the sidewalk, just behind the Beatles. Gawking at them.
In a 2004 interview with Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers, Cole explained how he came to be there at that precise moment.
On a London vacation with his wife, Cole — then a resident of Deerfield Beach — declined to enter a museum on the north London thoroughfare.
“I told her, ‘I’ve seen enough museums. You go on in, take your time and look around and so on, and I’ll just stay out here and see what’s going on outside,’” he recalled.
Parked just outside was a black police van. “I like to just start talking with people,” Cole said. “I walked out, and that cop was sitting there in that police car. I just started carrying on a conversation with him. I was asking him about all kinds of things, about the city of London and the traffic control, things like that. Passing the time of day.”
In the picture, Cole is standing next to the police van.
(Visto en growabrain: Paul Cole is dead.)