In the 1930's, a spanish philosopher, José Ortega y Gasset, was attending to a bullfight course. At the end, he went to greet to the "toreros" (bullfighters). When the presentations were made, one of the toreros, the most famous in that years, asked to Ortega: "And , what do you do?" "I'm a philosopher, I think and I write my thinkings". The torero, with unaccountable scars in his body due to the wounds provoked by the bulls along hundreds of courses, sincerely astonished, replied in his gipsy accent: "Hay gente pa'tó" ("There are people for everything")

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