Tanto per chiarire / Just to make it clear

Tanto per chiarire / Just to make it clear

Più che un blog questo è un diario di appunti, dove spesso mi segno e rilancio articoli ed opinion interessanti trovate in giro per la rete.

Cerco sempre di citare e linkare correttamente la fonte originale. Se comunque trovaste roba vostra che volete che tolga o corregga, vi prego di segnalarmelo a Stef@cutillo.eu
This is a notebook -not really a blog- where I often relaunch interesting stuff I find roaming on the net.
I always try to link correctly the original sources. If anyway you find your stuff and want me to remove or correct it, please let me know at Stef@cutillo.eu

Questo blog, ovviamente, non rappresenta una testata giornalistica in quanto viene aggiornato senza alcuna periodicità e con molta poca coerenza. Non può pertanto considerarsi un prodotto editoriale ai sensi della legge n. 62 del 7.03.2001 e seguenti.
This is just a silly legal note to state that this (SURPRISE! SURPRISE!)
is not a newspaper or a news publication whatsoever.

lunedì 19 marzo 2012

A methaphor

"Football is so much funnier without a referee, dad!"
"No kid. Football would be fun if you didn't need a referee. If you could play with friends who want to have fun, not idiots who want to win (and are willing to cheat for it)!"

This came out after he told me how a referee (school kid as well) fell for the scenes of another kid, who went on cheating and pushing other players while the referee couldn't see and threw himself on the floor
pretending others pushed him, when the referee was watching.

During school time you meet some of the worst idiots of your lifetime. People that sometimes will become decent adults, but to whom meanwhile you would never give a second chance to prove worth it, if only you were given the chance. But you are not, and must meet them daily for years.
I think good memories of school time prove bad, or at least selective, memory.

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