Among the paradoxes of the unthinkable:
enough with Christmas plum pudding, the British like Tony's bread... despite that Brexit has resulted in “Made in Italy” becoming very expensive... the sales of panettone are up by 56 percent... and resulting in the development of home-grown recipes. And due to the difficulty of pronunciation, Panettone is called Tony's bread in London. As of Christmas 2016, Italy has reached an overwhelming popularity.

Black Friday

An ancient saying indicates: "neither on Friday nor on Tuesday should you get married nor leave nor initiate an activity", and if you also consider that black is the symbol of mourning... how can "Black Friday" have become a day of festive purchases??

Yet, in the era of paradoxes and the web, borrowed from American tradition, Black Friday has become an inevitable appointment for yelling "buy".

And even if everyone or nearly everyone, ignores the origin and significance of it means, the only thing that is important is the temptation of the extraordinary discounts available in stores and online.

And so Black, White, Red from simple primary colors in the era of globalization and the ordinariness of the absurd are only nuances of a variety of possible possibilities.

Once the lights faded out on the great Milan kermesse of Expo 2015, the challenge was to provide continuity to a major event that introduced the world to the best that our country has to offer.

Child of ..child of whom? Each of us is a potential “child of...”.

Thousands, millions of people manage to work, produce and save money in spite of all the things that we do to annoy, hinder, and discourage them in their efforts.

Three minutes went by and a middle aged man noticed there was musician playing. He slowed his pace and stopped for a few seconds and then hurried up to meet his schedule. A minute later, the violinist received his first dollar tip: a woman threw the money in the till and without stopping continued to walk.