Στο άπειρο και ακόμα παραπέρα

“Heads In”

The joke bellow does NOT apply to us 🙂

Once someone died, and like most of us will, he ended up in hell. When he crossed the gates, a little guide-devil took him in a “sighting tour” to show him around. He was told that he would have a choice of the room he would like to spend eternity.
So he took him to the various rooms. There was the room with the torturing, the room with no food, the room of fire, and I guess a lot of other terrible places. And there was that room which has a big pool full of mud and other things that I don’t want to say right now. A lot of people were inside the mud, only their heads out of it.
So the little man said “this looks like the less bad place, this is the one I want to spent eternity in”. And the little devil gave him a push, and there he was in the pool.
So, when he was settled a big devil came in the room with a whip and shouted. “Ok, the brake is over, Heads In”.

This does not apply to us for the following reasons: Athens was the brake, and I am damn happy that it ended. I feel like I am back to civilization. Back to quick internet (I have here an ADSL) while on the place we stay in Athens we don’t’). Back to good food (we control much better what we eat at our own house). Back to “less hours driving” (the biggest distance here is 5 minutes away).
And anyway, there is no place like 127.0.0.1
So in my case, the pit is the good thing, and I love it, and the brake was the one I didn’t like (except for the hours we spent out with Antreas, and the times we spent at Dimitris place). Friends are what makes even Athens good.

Be well,
Koyan: “I am a bomb technician. If you see me running, try to keep up”

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