Food is the most widespread and most convenient form of entertainment” wisely argues a once-obese friend of mine. Among all the vital functions, nothing can beat eating. It’s social, unlike sleeping; it is frequent and consistent throughout all your life, unlike sex.
The quakes of the past 3 weeks in my region Emilia-Romagna killed 26 people, evicted thousands, affected us all. Their most destabilizing aftermath is an overwhelming uncertainty that could last for months, if not years.
Maybe it’s time we went forward to a change of politicians and people’s mentality?
If used with a grain of salt, Twitter could provide a significant amount of snapshots of the public understanding of an issue. Being the more instinctive among all the blogs, it recently opened a window to both Italians’ broken hearts and their disillusioned minds.
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