Who Can Read Spanish?

No this isn’t about poop again.

Claudia is a model again but since I don’t speak Spanish (yes, I took two years in high school and two semesters in college and all I can do is ask for a cold beer politely) I don’t know what this article is all about.

I think it is about milk, but I can’t be sure.

In fact, I’m not 100% positive it is even Spanish. I suppose it could be Portuguese or something.

Can anyone loosely translate or at least summarize this for me?

Thanks.

*** EDITED TO ADD:

Yes, they stole it, sort of. They took the picture from Flickr and then they gave me credit (sort of) and then sent me an e-mail telling me about it.

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  1. A bit more about breast feeding and such? Something about mineral absorption…iron, apparently. (Yeah, I only took one year of Spanish haha so I’m not to great either.)

  2. iron deficiency being the cause of anemia in infants, toddlers, and pregnant women. i’m not going to work my brain that hard, but its definitely about milk and getting enough milk will help with anemia…

  3. wow! and jeffrey is famous too! how did you do this? cool!

  4. http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/tr

    This is a link that allows you to enter the web address of a foreign website and it will translate as best as possible.

  5. Did you sell the picture or did they steal it off flickr?

  6. Something about milk being good for you and preventing anemia maybe?

  7. As someone who speaks relatively fluent spanish… I can translate. But it will cost you a SATGS key chain…

    I’m kidding. I translate the way I speak it so I changed some tense and verbage with slang.

    The headline and subheadline are: “Milk Fortified with Iron: Milk

  8. You can call me, 'Sir' says:

    The headline, I think, reads, “Child enjoys milk; turtles”. That’s about all I’ve got, though.

  9. Yeah…my question too. Did they just snag the photo? Did you give them permission? Did they contact you? How did that work?

  10. Ick. See, that’s why I almost never post pictures of my kids. This time it was a milk ad. But it’s just as easy for some perv to snag a pic and then post it on a perv board.

    I would contact them and tell them to take it down. That’s sleazy journalism, even if they aren’t using her pictures for nefarious purposes.

    Tell them to take a picture of their own kid and put it up there.

  11. *waves* hi! I uh took the liberty of using yahoo! tools to translate the page: http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_url?doit=done&tt=url&intl=1&fr=slv&lp=xx_en&trurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.consumer.es%2Fweb%2Fes%2Falimentacion%2Faprender_a_comer_bien%2Finfancia_y_adolescencia%2F2008%2F01%2F23%2F173997.php

    I hope it(the link) works for you!

    if not it is an article about milk being fortified with iron and pretty dang boring.

  12. Everybody did what I was going to do…plug it into babelfish. It’s about fortified milk to prevent iron deficiency. Everyone already said that.

  13. Very cute photo. I can recite a Trix cereal commercial in Spanish, but can’t translate for you.

    But I wanted to let you know that Jack looooooves your header. In fact, he’s yelling at me right now, because he can’t see it.

  14. You’ve got the no-commercial license on your Flickr photos, right? You could ask them to take it down, or give them a fair price for use of the picture.

  15. Ummmm, This is really disconcerting to me. I’m not at all interested in the milk. The idea that they think it’s okay to steal your pic off flikr is jacked up.

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