Back to the Future

Aseara am revenit in viitor. Avusesem parte de un sfarsit de saptamana desprins din vacantele de vara din facultate. Un sfarsit de saptama in care n-aveam alta grija decat sa manc, sa beau, sa haulesc si in general sa fac ce-mi venea in cap. Un sfarsit de saptamana in care s-a demonstrat inca o data ca Dumnezeu are grija de betivi …. chiar daca betivii in cauza decid ca ar fi o idee buna sa se lupte cu niste caini, inarmat fiind cu un scaun sau chiar daca sunt implicati in niste cazaturi spectaculoase din care un om normal ar iesi cu niste coaste rupte.

Intr-un mod ciudat mi s-a parut ca a durat mai mult de doua zile, dupa care am revenit in viitor, la casa, masa, barza, varza, viezure, birou, facturi, probleme. Tre’ sa debitez o metoda de-a ajunge in trecut un pic mai des, ca tare bine face la neuroni.


About Josef Svejk
Through possibly-feigned idiocy or incompetence he repeatedly manages to frustrate military authority and expose its stupidity in a form of passive resistance: the reader is left unclear, however, as to whether Švejk is genuinely incompetent, or acting quite deliberately with dumb insolence. These absurd events reach a climax when Švejk, wearing a Russian uniform, is mistakenly taken prisoner by his own troops. Source: Wikipedia

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