🎶 “Lesson’s always there, less is always more.”
- Mile High
Another decision I made today was, if it fits the playlist, I will add my own personal photo as the cover.
This one is a photo of me camping/hiking last summer. 🌲❤💙💛
They certainly are, Comrade - and thank you for the ask! 💚💛💜
The generous size and the lovely roundness of that enticing bottom (not to mention the evident lack of underwear) may do wonders for subduing Deputy Chairman’s anger -
- but it doesn’t mean that spanking is off the menu either! 🍑👋🏼🥰🤩🤭🤤😜
Comrade @shark-from-the-park and I were just discussing how this shot of Valery’s ample bottom (dark as it is) is not getting as much attention as the khaki bottom and crash-into-Boris bottom, so we have got to remedy that!
When I was in high school I used to study Italian Law and Political Economics. I’ve spent 5 years of my life in those books. Here I posted two pictures of some books and material I used in my last 3 years.
The Italian educational system works completely different from other countries. You don’t choose the subjects in your course and their “level”, you choose that kind of school that also has the subjects you prefere. You have that minimum hours of Italian, Arts, History, English, Latin (not always), Maths, Science, Physics, Philosophy, etc … during the week.
In my case I had the opportunity to choose one more foreign language, human sciences, law and political economics. I have enjoyed a lot those subjects and now that I am at university I miss some of them.
But the question is: why are you posting this on your blog? Is it relevant?
To answer that I’d like you to take a better look at “Diritto ed economia politica 3”.
This chapter is named: “Magistratura” and you can clearly see the name of the second paragraph:
“Il processo: accusa e difesa”
In English this means:
“The trial: the prosecution and the defense”
I am an Ace Attorney Fan and I somehow managed to keep myself from screaming during class.
Also in the second picture, you can see that I’ve written something with my pencil, something that I recall my teacher saying:
“Ci vogliono le prove” = “You need evidence”
Ok, I imagined Miles Edgeworth saying this to Wright during a trial.
And my old law teacher is a lawyer. No kidding.
Last but not least I’d like to switch your attention to a new paragraph: “È legittima l’autodifesa?”
“Can you practice self-defense?”
The answer is in green: “In Italia l’autodifesa non è ammessa.”
“In Italy self-defense is not accepted.”
If you had been in Italy, Wright, well, they would had given you an attorney. Ironic, isn’t it?
P.S: Now that I’m at university probably you are
not asking yourselfs: “what are you studying now? Law?”