San Gaio

Come si chiami il santo che rappresenta non lo ricordo. Personalmente lo chiamo SanGaio perche’ credo sia una delle statue più effeminate che abbia mai visto.

E ogni volta che lo vedo mi domando “Ma Benedetto lo sa?”

Mi potete spiegare una cosa?

Dopo tutte le polemiche, i casini e le dotte discussioni, qualcuno sa spiegarmi dove stia la “grande vittoria laica” nella questione di Ratzinger a La Sapienza.

A leggere alcuni sembra quasi sia avvenuto un evento epocale paragonabile alle Guarentigie o alla cattività di Avignone.

A me pare sia successo un gran casino con i seguenti ingredienti:

  • Uno che e’ stato invitato
  • Una parte di professori che non volevano saperne
  • Alcuni studenti che non volevano saperne
  • Grande casino sui media

Saro’ un bizzarro essere umano ma sono convinta che se chiedo al mio verduraio “Cosa ne pensa della rinuncia di Ratzinger” mi risponderà “Cosa e’ successo ?”.

Ora vista la Grande Vittoria delle Forze Laiche, qualcuno mi puo’ spiegare se dal momento della rinuncia di Ratzinger, la legge 40 e’ diventata una legge decente, le coppie di fatto hanno riconosciuti dei diritti, non ci tocca sorbirci Papa/santi/beati/prediche ogni volta che si accende la tv e la Binetti si e’ dedicata a qualcosa di socialmente utile come “farsi suora di clausura”?

Pensate di avere davanti un alieno o un bambino di 3 anni. Spiegatemi per favore IN PRATICA come si traduca la Grande Vittoria Laica.

Partendo dal principio che, alla maggioranza degli italiani, di Galileo e fatti di 450 anni fa gliene frega poco.

Grazie

Ratzinger e l'università de la Sapienza

Brilliant’, ‘Quite Good’, ‘What?’, these are just some of the comments made recently in the press regarding “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio”. In depth analysis of “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio” can be an enriching experience. Indispensable to homosapians today, there are just not enough blues songs written about “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio”. Often it is seen as both a help and a hinderence to the upper echelons of progressive service sector organisations, trapped by their infamous history. Here begins my indepth analysis of the glourious subject of “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio”.

Social Factors

There is cultural and institutional interdependence between members of any community. The immortal and indispensable phrase ‘honesty is the best policy’ [1] globalised an issue which had remained buried in the hearts of our ancestors for centuries. More a melody to societies dysfunctions than a parody of the self, “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio” irons out misconceptions from our consciousness.

Some analysts have been tempted to disregard “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio”. I haven’t. To put it simply, people like “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio”.

Economic Factors

Economics has been defined as ‘I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine.’ To my learned ear that sounds like two people with itchy backs. We will study the Watkis-Teeth-Pulling model, a classic economic system of analysis.

Inflation
    “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio”

What a splendid graph. In spite of the best efforts of The World Bank inflation plays in increasingly important role in the market economy. A sharp down turn in middle class investment may lead to changes in the market.

Political Factors

Modern politics owes much to the animal kingdom. Placing theory on the scales of justice and weighing it against practice can produce similar results to contrasting night and day.

In the words of award winning journalist Francis Woodpecker ‘You can lead a horse to water, big deal.’ [2] What a fantastic quote. To paraphrase, the quote is saying ‘”Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio” wins votes.’ Simple as that.

Is “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio” politically correct, in every sense? Each man, woman and to a lesser extent, child, must make up their own mind.

Conclusion

To reiterate, “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio” deserves all of the attention it gets. It replenishes the self, ‘literally’ plants seeds for harvest, and figures show it’s a winning formular.

Here with the final word is Hollywood’s Mariah Malkovitch: ‘At first I was afraid I was petrified. Thinking I could never live without “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio” by my side.’ [3]


[1] Traditional – possibly first said by King Arthor… but probably not.
[2] Woodpecker – Serving The Greats – 1990 Palmerston House Publishing
[3] Go mad for “Ratzinger renouncing to Sapienza lectio” – Issue 132 – Kendeal Books

Incredibile. A scriverlo con il Random Essay Generator, e’ uscito quasi sensato ed affine ad un sacco di cose lette in giro.