A nice boy. That is-ie. Emilio Guzman. He will not fight. Does not seek conflict. He just wants it to go well with everyone. Everyone does what he can not leave. But unfortunately the world is not like that. Underdevelopment prevails. Tension. Anxiety and aggression determine Doing our affairs. Even late Emilio conduct regular surprise. While he was still a nice guy. And smart. He wants to understand what is going on. And why that's happening. And how it could run out. That hand so Ever chose Leiden Cabaret Festival Audience him the winner of one of the strongest ever finals. Now he takes the side of his audience. Not to say what they want to hear. But because he wants to be understood. And that can not leave. Let? We say do it!
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