School Bus Service in Spain Gets Cut, So Mothers Pose for a Semi-Nude Calendar to Pay For It Their Own Darn Selves
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Spain, as much of the world, isn't doing too well economically. After the country's construction bubble popped the government instituted sizable budget cuts, including to schools, many of which now charge way too much for lunches and have had to cut bus services. Dozens of kids at Evaristo Calayatud in Valencia now have to walk nearly four miles over unpaved roads to get to school. But a group of mothers aren't having it. If the government can't afford school buses, well, they're just going to raise the money themselves. By posing for a semi-nude calendar.