Someone always has to pay the debt
Her: That is the bomb.
Me: Do people still say that?
Her: No, just me.
Me: I’m totally putting this in the blog.
Her: Don’t you dare. I don’t want anyone to know how dorky I am.
In unrelated news, gotta leave the country for a while.
Potentially got some work in Europe. Italy’s interesting to me cause I’m such a fan of The Godfather and there’s this whole sequence there.
There’s this scene in The Godfather book that’s not in the film – dunno why the director kept cutting out these important scenes.
Michael kills his brother-in-law, Carlo, and his wife Kay secretly leaves him. Mike’s brother tries to stop her but she says she can’t stay because she can’t be with a man that can’t forgive.
Mike’s brother says something like, even if Michael truly, truly forgave Carlo, Carlo still “had to be killed. Because treachery can’t be forgiven. Michael could have forgiven it, but people never forgive themselves and so they would always be dangerous….[Michael] loves his sister. But he would be shirking his duty to you and his children, to his whole family, to me and my family, if he let…Carlo go free. They would have been a danger to us all, all our lives.”
Said once that that a debt is created every time something shady happens. Always.
As for France, this interesting article came out about them the other day. In it, the writer says that the French are a lot nicer to Americans these days.
The general hypothesis’s that the recession’s making everyone nicer but this writer disagrees. He says it’s because all of the older French’re dying off; the ones that were alive when the Nazis came over. It was the older French that were ashamed of the fact that they (a) collaborated with the Nazis, killing a buncha their own citizens, and (b) needed the Americans to come and rescue them.
There was debt to pay and you can’t pay back a debt like that, not even if you have IVA advice from a debt manager. So came about the dirty American. The younger French feel no such burden and can afford to be kind.
That’s the argument, anyway.
I believe it. Cause it’s the debt and the deuce. Someone’s always gotta pay the debt, man.
So, France or Italy – or maybe England. I kinda speak the language in England.
Music: e rido e piango e mi fondo con il cielo e con il fango
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