"Let others complain that our age is evil; my complaint is that it is paltry. For it is without passion." (Kierkegaard, Either/Or, 1843)
It's amusing how you like to portray Lazio as being insignificant country bumpkins, yet at the same time you spend an inordinate amount of time talking about them. LOL.Noi ricchi patrizi perché da sempre nobile stirpe, voi poveri plebei perché da sempre classe popolare.
I always find it bizarre how laziali can be proud of that slogan and not find it a rather hideous and anachronistic embarrassment. but that might be my rampant leftyism to which you object so.I'm glad you think I talk about lazio a lot, it keeps you coming back ;-)
The "you" was more of a reference to "voi" than to you personally...As you (second person singular) however, posted a video which makes all sorts of references to our club's supporters, I thought that I'd give you a quick lesson that makes the differences between the two clubs quite clear. It's a slogan, but it really says it all.
hehe how can you not find the video funny? it's the overblown song more than anything.i do think it's interesting how there is still a residual element of the old class divisions (to the extent that everyone I know from Parioli is a laziale) but really I think it's diminishing year on year, surely? likewise the idea of certain portions of the city being more one way than another seems to be of decreasing relevance (always excepting the area around piazza vescovio where I used to live) - most areas seem to be pretty mixed to me (even within the same family now). But I don't know if you would agree?
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