Saturday, October 16, 2010

Trish Stratus Ordered To Strip By Vince


Arpisella the surname of the now former spokesman for the president of Confindustria, Emma Marcegaglia. The term means in the context of a conversation, especially among journalists, "not just a fooling around, but even such a thing seriously. It 'un'arpisellata, period." So Paul Bracalini on the Journal .

The background is a series of phone calls and text messages passed between Rinaldo Arpisella and Nicola Porro, deputy director of Il Giornale. Marcegaglia must correct its statements on the executive if he did not want them to be published a series of incriminating information about him. According to intercepted Porro sentences are all true, but these were so playful. Arpisella replies pointing out that "has never talked about a joke compared to the pre-announced press campaign." According to Victor Felts, editor of Il Giornale, is only an innocent joke: "Nicola was fuckin 'around with the press officer."
While waiting for the judges holding the investigation make it clear, Il Giornale create a complete set of new words to describe a case-school arpisellate, arpisellare, arpisellatore .


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