Google has a pretty good translator, it doesn't get the grammar right, but it gets most of the words.
You just paste the block of text on the left side, select the two languages(input/output) and press the translate button. …"
"Here's a google translation;
"Already 1.3 million years ago in Europe there were cannibals. Excavations in the Atapuerca Mountains of northern Spain, researchers discovered a emanating from that time humerus, which, after press reports on…"
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"Misty, Vinegar is not really a fertilizer, but it is useful to correct the pH of the tap water. Most cities adjust the pH of our tap water to about 8.2 with limestone, which is quite alkaline, to keep lead in old plumbing from getting into the…"
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"Oh hell no, those aren't MY eyes!!! ha ha, a close up of MY eyes would be frightening, i'm old!! ha ha!! Nope, i just post 'expressions' into my words, sometimes, to show what i feel, but, luckily, i don't think i ever use…"