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Richard Hovious: Kentucky featured favorably on Madrid Tv

Spanish Tv shows Commonwealth as incredibly beautiful and very prosperous with a low employment - lots of horses and jobs.

Richard Hovious writes:
Ed. Thought you might be interested in a TV "happening" here in Madrid, Spain, this week. The local TV station has a very popular weekly show entitled "Madrilanas en la Mundo\" They visit Madrid natives who have migrated to such places as Singapore, Calcutta,Moscow etc. This week, to my surprise, they visited KENTUCKY! A great show, very good tour of the state, showed Kentucky as incredibly beautiful and VERY prosperous. low unemployment LOTS of horses and jobs etc. Stand by. . . Spain has a 26% unemployment rate! --Richard Hovious
Thanks, Richard Hovious. Maybe you'll find a link for a replay on the internet. Wonderful to find outside Tv is portraying Kentucky as it really is. - ED

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