Spanish People Doing That Weird Thing They Do

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PAMPLONA, SPAIN - JULY 07: A man tries to avoid a steer that broke away from the pact of fighting bulls during the second day of the San Fermin running-of-the-bulls on July 7, 2011 in Pamplona, Spain. Pamplona's famous Fiesta de San Fermin, which involves the running of the bulls through the historic heart of Pamplona for eight days starting July 7th, was made famous by the 1926 novel of U.S. writer Ernest Hemmingway called 'The Sun Also Rises'. on July 7, 2011 in Pamplona, Spain.  (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
PAMPLONA, SPAIN - JULY 07: A man tries to avoid a steer that broke away from the pact of fighting bulls during the second day of the San Fermin running-of-the-bulls on July 7, 2011 in Pamplona, Spain. Pamplona's famous Fiesta de San Fermin, which involves the running of the bulls through the historic heart of Pamplona for eight days starting July 7th, was made famous by the 1926 novel of U.S. writer Ernest Hemmingway called 'The Sun Also Rises'. on July 7, 2011 in Pamplona, Spain. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images) Photo: Denis Doyle/2011 Getty Images

An Australian man was gored in the leg today during the second day of the traditional running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain. Yet another difference between Americans and Europeans. We're just saying that if we suggested letting bulls run loose through the streets of New York to see how many of us could avoid being stabbed or trampled, it wouldn't catch on. Meanwhile, you have to feel for these bulls. This one seems to be saying to the photographer, "Hey, non-crazy person, can you explain what the hell is going on?"