Well, as you can see I am neither american nor british and english is not my mother language, so please do not use stupid, inane or meaningless abbreviations or acronyms in a chat with me. If you are in such a hurry that you have to use slangs and senseless abbreviations too, simply pass me by, okay? Save us both a lot of time and misunderstandings. Thank you so much!
Demetrio_2: Fermo, Sunday 22 October 2023. In this beautiful and ancient medieval village which until 1861, before the unification of the Kingdom of Italy under the House of Savoy, was part of the Papal State, one of the many Ferrari rallies took place... vintage or otherwise. Can you all spot where our Ferrari is?
Demetrio_2: The right to existence of the State of Israel and its duty to defend the Jewish people must be absolutely guaranteed and respected.
Demetrio_2: WHAT IS COLUMBUS DAY AND WHY IT ALWAYS GIVES RISE TO CONTROVERSY.
The Columbus Day, a celebration that evokes a mix of emotion and debate, has deep roots in American history. While for some it represents a tribute to the Italian navigator Cristoforo Colombo, for others it is a controversial holiday, linked to a past of conquest and colonization. The Columbus Day has its roots in the history of the United States. The first official celebration of this holiday took place in New York in 1792, to commemorate the 300th anniversary of Columbus' voyage. However, it became a federal holiday in 1937. Columbus Day's initial goal was to honor the Italian roots of immigrants to the United States, particularly during a time when Italian immigration was growing. The holiday provided an opportunity to celebrate Italian culture and the contributions of Italians to America.
What is celebrated on Columbus Day.
The Columbus Day, celebrated on the second Monday of October in the United States and on October 12 in Italy, commemorates Cristoforo Colombo's voyage to the Americas. On October 12, 1492, Colombo landed on the islands of what is now the Bahamas, paving the way for European colonization of the New World. The holiday honors Colombo's daring exploration, which laid the foundation for the future of the United States and Latin America.
What are the spectacular Columbus Day parades.
It is celebrated before Thanksgiving, and Columbus Day celebrations often include spectacular parades through the streets of American cities. These parades are crowded with marching bands, floats, and enthusiastic participants, each highlighting Italy's rich cultural history in the United States. Columbus Day parades are an opportunity for Italian and Italian American communities to show their pride and traditions while engaging the public in a festive atmosphere.
What happened on October 12, 1492 in America.
On October 12, 1492, Cristoforo Colombo landed in America, creating a vital link between the Old and New Worlds. This event marked the beginning of European colonization of the Americas, a significant chapter in world history. Historians recognize that this meeting had a profound impact on the cultures, languages and societies of the Americas and Europe.
Who discovered America first: Colombo or Vespucci?
The question of who discovered America, Cristoforo Colombo or Amerigo Vespucci, has been the subject of academic debate for years. Colombo is often associated with this discovery, but Vespucci is known to have written letters describing his explorations in the Americas. In reality, both contributed to making the continent known to the European world, although the exact authorship of the discovery remains a subject of discussion.
Why America is called that and what it was called before.
America takes its name from Amerigo (or Americo) Vespucci, an Italian navigator who mapped the coasts of the continent during his expeditions. Prior to this naming, America was known by various names, including “Brave New World” and “The West Indies.” Vespucci's contribution to geography led to the adoption of the name "America" for the continent, a lasting recognition of its importance.
Controversies and points of view.
The Columbus Day is a holiday that continues to spark debate and reflection on historical events and their impact on contemporary society. While some cities and states in the United States have opted to change the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day or other designations, others continue to observe this holiday with the goal of honoring Italian culture and the discovery of the Americas. Whatever your point of view, Columbus Day represents an opportunity to reflect on the past and its influence on the present, encouraging dialogue and awareness of the cultural and historical diversity of the United States.
Demetrio_2: The crisis in the Middle East will involve us all.
Unfortunately the contagion is spreading rapidly in all over the world and pro-Palestinian demonstrations are also being organized here in Italy, especially in Rome and Naples where there are important Jewish communities with synagogues, schools and other sensible targets. Italy is the most exposed country in the Mediterranean Sea and our prime minister, Giorgia Meloni, has decided to deploy the military in the streets to protect Jewish headquarters and the Israeli embassy and consulates: you know who is opposing this? Obviously the Left! Also I add that my personal fear is that my studio is located in the elegant Chiaia neighborhood, on the seafront of Naples, very close to the great U.S. Consulate ... that too is a sensible target. Shit communists!
Demetrio_2: NOSTRADAMUS'S DISTURBING PROPHECIES FOR 2024
Just mentioning Nostradamus gives you shivers. Over the years of his life, the french scholar collected numerous writings in which he predicted the future. Whether or not you believe in esotericism and his powers as a seer, his apocalyptic prophecies have always inspired fear. Rhymed with tones that recall biblical ones, Nostradamus's quatrains are difficult to interpret due to a complicated language. However, there are those who have managed to translate them, applying them to 2024.
Who was Nostradamus, the most famous seer in history.
Nostradamus, whose full name was Michel de Nostredame, was a famous 16th-century astrologer, physician and author, known for his prophecies and works of divination. Born on 14 December 1503 in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France, he died on 2 July 1566 in Salon-de-Provence.
Nostradamus was a respected physician, and wrote numerous treatises on anatomy. His fame as an astrologer and prophecy writer, however, made him a legendary figure in popular culture, and his influence was felt in the centuries that followed.
Are Nostradamus's prophecies reliable? What he predicted.
His most famous work is Le Prophéties, a collection of prophecies written in poetic and cryptic form, which according to some interpreters would have truly predicted future events.
They have been the subject of much debate and varied interpretations over time, and many people believe that Nostradamus was able to accurately predict major historical events.
The validity of Nostradamus's prophecies has already been questioned by historians and scientists, and the interpretation given is always subjective. However, some enthusiasts believe that 2024 will be full of events predicted by the seer.
World War III in 2024: what the prophecy says.
Nostradamus speaks of a bloody war lasting seven months that would spark a world-wide conflict. There are those who have seen the war in Ukraine as the powder keg of World War III, but the conflict began more than a year ago without any real global escalation.
The fear for 2024 is that tension will rise between China and Taiwan, with seven months of clashes that could lead the eastern power to clash with the United States. Russia and the NATO bloc would then also enter the war.
Another possible hotbed is that of the Middle East, with the situation between Israel and Palestine always on the brink of a no-holds-barred war, which could involve the international community.
“Three of them will soon be reduced to nothing,” wrote the poet. The Antichrist's war, as he calls it in his compositions, "will last 27 years" and will cause many deaths and prisoners, effectively destroying the Earth.
The earth trembles: did he predict the earthquake in the Campi Flegrei (Naples)?
Nostradamus may have predicted a disastrous earthquake in California or New York. Or at least that's what fans overseas think. It's a shame that the french seer focused mainly on Europe.
His prophecies speak of the earth shaking in a “new city” located at 40.5° latitude. Characteristics that both New York and Naples have in common. For this reason, there are fears in the Peninsula (Italy) that Nostradamus may have predicted a violent earthquake in the Campi Flegrei that could destroy the Campania capital (Naples).
The arrival of a new Pope from Africa or Asia
Another prophecy suggests that a new Pope will be elected in the coming months to lead the Church. According to this interpretation, Pope Francis will leave his post due to age and health problems, and in his place will come a dark and dangerous person who will trigger a scandal.
It will be "a gray and black individual from the countryside", the most astute pontiff in history and who will be the ruin of the Vatican or of the entire Catholic religion. In reality the colors could also indicate the origin of the successor of Saint Peter, indicating only that he would come from a rural area of Asia or Africa.
Climate change and other disasters in prophecies.
Nostradamus would also have predicted the beginning of a difficult season in terms of climate, in a quatrain that states that for 40 years we will not see the rainbow and for the next 40 we will see it every day.
The seer would have seen a future characterized by a long period in which the "dry land will become increasingly arid" and another in which "there will be great floods".
There are those who hypothesize that it will not be two distinct cycles, but 80 years in which drought and floods will alternate. What we have started to see especially in the last five years, with the progressive tropicalization of temperate areas, including Italy, and increasingly frequent natural disasters.
The arrival of an era of technological innovations and Artificial Intelligence.
The french doctor believed in progress and imagined a future in which technology would serve man in ways unthinkable in the years in which he lived. In fact, he had foreseen "smart cities", a way, perhaps, to talk about smart homes and home automation.
Although he did not speak directly about artificial intelligence, Nostradamus hypothesized between the lines of his poetic compositions a modern era characterized by the advent of machines that would replace man. Sound familiar?
The rise of a new charismatic leader in Europe.
Nostradamus also predicted the arrival of a young leader from the depths of Western Europe, born to poor people. “His tongue will seduce a great number of followers, his fame will grow towards the kingdoms of the East.”
Over time the prophecy has been associated with many well-known names, including dictator Adolf Hitler and Greta Thunberg. There are those who await the arrival of this charismatic figure who will bewitch the masses all over the world and lead them to a revolution.
What does 2024 really have in store for us? There is not much time left now: we shall see it soon.
A Leo man loves the limelight. He always likes to be at the center of the spotlight. He makes friends easily, and his friendliness is contagious. He has an outgoing personality and is self-aware and proud of his attributes. His vigorous and expressive personality is unmatched. He is truly one of a kind and easily gets along with everyone because of his magnetic personality.
A Leo man is also one who is sincere and genuinely generous. He is a large-hearted man, and he does not believe in hiding anything. He is always truthful and expects the same from others as well.
A Leo man is a motivator. Due to his leadership qualities, he is always found to motivate others in order to bring out the best in them. He has this unique knack for recognizing hidden talents.
A Leo man is someone who is self-assured and confident. He always knows his limits. He is also aware of what he is worth and will not tolerate disrespect at any cost. If he feels that he is being treated with disrespect, he will just leave without as much as a second thought. He will not lower his standards, and his standards are always high. And If he does not fit in a certain place or situation, he will walk out of it almost instantaneously with his head held high without a second thought.
I could tell you more if you'd like. I would just need your birthdate and time of birth.
Demetrio_2: Mamma mia! My dear lady it is true, I do not know her at all and she seems to me to be more knowledgeable on the subject than a university professoress, she has said a lot, almost everything about me as if she has always known me very well.
Just as she asked me, I was born on august 12, 1981 in Naples (Italy), at 11.30 pm.
Thank you with all my heart for the kindness.
Demetrio_2: EARTHQUAKES: WHAT IS THE PHENOMENON THAT IS SHOCKING THE CAMPI FLEGREI? (PHLEGREAN FIELDS)
The seismic swarm affecting the Campi Flegrei is caused by a volcanic phenomenon known as bradyseism, which has characterized the area for millennia.
Although the inhabitants of Campi Flegrei may be used to it, the frequency of earthquakes recorded in recent days is starting to be scary. A concern that passes through geologists and volcanologists, divided between the possible scenarios derived from the activity of the last few weeks which culminated in the 4.2 magnitude earthquake on Wednesday 27 September at 3.35am, the strongest in the last 40 years.
Other tremors, such as the one on the evening of October 2nd at 10.08pm with a magnitude of 4.0, were also distinctly felt in Naples. “This is a new swarm that started at the same time as the strongest shock,” explains Roberto Isaia, of the Vesuvian Observatory of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology.
The magnitude 4.0 earthquake is the strongest since that of September 27th in the seismic swarm that began at 5:06 am on September 26th, in which 88 events followed one another. Since then, several swarms have followed one another, within a few hours of each other. The short duration of the sequences is typical of volcanic areas. The seismic activity that has been continuing for some time now is due to the rupture of the faults where the deformation of the ground is taking place due to the pressure exerted by the rising gas.
The president of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Carlo Doglioni, declared that "we do not see the end" of the seismic swarm that has affected the area west of Naples in recent weeks, but experts exclude any hypothesis of an eruption of Vesuvius . “The energies involved are increasing, but there is still no sign of magma rising to the surface, although it cannot be ruled out that at several kilometers of depth there is some movement of small quantities of magma.”
But the nature of these tremors recorded daily in recent weeks in the Campi Flegrei is in fact volcanic and is part of a phenomenon that has been going on for tens of thousands of years.
As the Vesuvian Observatory explains, the name Campi Flegrei, from the Greek literally "burning fields", identifies a volcanic area in the western part of the city of Naples.
It is an enormous caldera formed by dozens of volcanoes which is located roughly under the Gulf of Naples and which therefore characterizes the whole area with the presence of fumaroles and thermal waters, well known and exploited since ancient times.
The Campi Flegrei are subject to a phenomenon of slow deformation of the ground known as bradyseism, from the Greek "slow movement of the ground", which consists of a cyclical raising and lowering of the ground caused by the gases released by the magma chamber present in depth and which is at the origin of the seismic events in the area.
In recent times, between 1970 and 1972 and between 1982 and 1984, the phenomenon caused bradyseismic crises which led to a maximum ground lifting of 3.5 metres, leading to serious damage to buildings.
THE OPINION OF THE EXPERTS
As explained by Mauro Di Vito, director of the INGV Vesuvian Observatory, the earthquake which occurred around 3 in the morning on 27 September and the subsequent tremors are linked to the Campi Flegrei and to the phenomenon of bradyseism which characterizes the whole area, and in particular the caldera. “Associated with the uplift of the ground there is an increase in the stress of the crust and therefore the rupture and generation of earthquakes.”
Faced with the prospect of other shocks, the geologist believes that this is "a prediction that we cannot make, but taking into account the current very intense deformation phase, we expect other shocks to occur, even with a magnitude equal to or greater than this one, even if not much larger considering the type of rock present in this volcano. However, they are very superficial earthquakes and this, even for medium-small magnitudes, can generate the events being easily felt, as was felt for the latter during the night".
“Our concern is linked both to seismicity and to the fact that these temperatures in particular locations could give rise to small phreatic explosions – explained the president of INGV, Carlo Doglioni – which are not eruptions of magma, but it is water that in this super critical stage can cause explosions."
“So, considering that in recent months seismicity has done nothing but increase, both in terms of number of events, closeness of swarms, increase in energy, at this moment we do not see the end,” the geologist said again, adding: “It may be that it arrives quickly, but it may be that the evolution could be even more disruptive”.
“It is a 'normal' evolution, we have seen that there is a greater frequency of events and the intensity is increasing a little” explained Dogliani.
“As the Vesuvian Observatory we are also monitoring any variations in gas and the speed of bradyseism rising” assured the geologist at the head of the Institute, underlining how there are “no elements that could lead us to say that there will be an eruption, but there will be an increase in seismicity "easily predictable" from the statistical observation of the increasing number of events. For now there is no alarm, it is certainly a situation that we, as an Institute, have our eyes on" and we explained why there is no link between the serious earthquake that hit Morocco and those recorded in Italy at the beginning of September.
A LAW DECREE IS COMING
Meanwhile, the mayor of Naples continues to insist on the need for evacuation tests: "We don't yet know the precise date but other tremors will occur in the next few days." The Minister of Civil Protection Nello Musumeci is working on this, who should have a new decree landed in the Council of Ministers very soon.
An evacuation plan already exists in the event of an eruption of Vesuvius. In this regard, Lucia Pappalardo, volcanologist and lead researcher at the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, reassured her by explaining that there are currently no signs of a possible eruption, but the phenomenon "is difficult to predict: generally there are premonitory phenomena, which they can last months, but it is difficult to say a priori how much time we will have" to remove from 500 thousand to 1 million people.
But, in the meantime, the earth here continues to shake every day, even if with less intensity. At this point I, Demetrio, ask myself: what does the future hold for us soon? Only one thing: may God protect us. Amen.
Demetrio_2: CAMPI FLEGREI (NAPLES), ERUPTION RISK - NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GEOPHYSICS AND VOLCANOLOGY: "TWO POSSIBLE SCENARIOS"; WHAT HAPPENS - THE PHENOMENON INTENSIFIES ITSELF.
What happens at Campi Flegrei? The recent tremors have raised the alert for the volcanic area on the Gulf of Naples and an eruption is among the possible scenarios, together with that of an evolution of "bradyseism". The president of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Carlo Doglioni, confirmed that the situation is worrying during a hearing at the Chamber's Environment Commission. As mentioned, there are two scenarios. The worst is an eruption similar to that of 1538: "It is an evolution that we do not know and that we monitor", said the expert. The least critical scenario "is a situation similar to the 1982-84 crisis", a bradyseismic crisis, a term that indicates a deformation of the ground that continues over time. In 1982 it lasted "two years then stopped", while "at the moment the most critical scenario is an eruption like that of Monte Nuovo" in 1538. The president of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology explains that "we don't know when nor where, it could happen and, however small, it would cause impressive social discomfort". Furthermore "it is impossible to think that the Campi Flegrei will go out because they are a volcano".
The tremors and ground movements have accelerated in recent months. "as far as we know the magma is at a depth of over 5-6 kilometers and therefore distant from the surface even if, in the event it were to find escape routes for an ascent, the times would be extremely rapid, in the order of hours", he explained Doglioni. "We need to pay maximum attention to this phenomenon. We are checking what the variation in the gases emitted could be, significant for a possible evolution. Clearly we are extremely worried in the sense that maximum attention is required and what we see in the next few days will tell us a bit like the trend. Even if these are phenomena that don't end in the space of a few days", he said, he is concerned about how the situation may evolve. By the way, he explained that in this scenario there could also be "small phreatic explosions which are not eruptions of magma, but water which in this super critical stage can cause explosions". It's an evolving process: "Right now we don't see the end."
MAY GOD HELP AND PROTECT US - AMEN
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Demetrio_2: Alright, ladies and gentlemen, and now ... the winneress is ... 😍 How is Miss Gulf of Naples like?
Demetrio_2: The family, health, work, the environment in which we live. These are some of the most important things in our life, but there is still one key component to live the life to the fullest: friends. Yes, friends, because they help us in difficult moments but they also share joyful ones with us and, conversely, we share theirs. And I have really found some real, unique, incomparable and exceptional friends here: it has been enough for me to add a dozen of them in my friends list to feel surrounded by thousands of people. Not only on this day did I feel you all close, I almost physically have touched you; not only for the greetings or badges or gift cards or private messages that I have received, but because you have shown me day by day that you are special people. And then, to all these special people, I would like to say many things but unfortunately I am not able to find the right words and the appropriate phrases because english is not my mother tongue just like italian is not yours, by the way one thing I can shout at the whole world because you all truly deserve it with all my heart, just one word to each one of you ... GRAZIE.
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Demetrio_2: The more the corrupt Leftist judges accuse him of non-existent crimes, the more people like him. The more the Democraps try with every impropriety and lie to stop his great comeback the more he will win. Come on, Mr. Trump, the whole America is waiting for you… go and win! Here he is the greatest President of the United States
Demetrio_2: A LONG WEEKEND IN PISA (TUSCANY) - Friday/Sunday
And here I am enjoying another weekend, the second in a row, together with my friend Roberto and Ferrari!
We are in Pisa, a small and gracious medieval city rich in history, art and culture, always full of tourists coming from all over the world; Galileo Galilei was born here on 15 february 1564 and was a physicist, astronomer, philosopher and mathematician, considered the father of modern science. A key figure in the scientific revolution for having explicitly introduced the scientific method (also called the "Galilean method" or "experimental method", his name is associated with important contributions in physics and astronomy. Of primary importance was also the role played in the astronomical revolution, with support for the heliocentric system and the Copernican theory.
There are so many beautiful places to see, museums, art galleries and art galleries to visit: but the most important attraction that has made this city famous all over the world is the Leaning Tower, whose work began on 9 august 1173 together with the Cathedral of Santa Maria and its Baptistery, in the beautiful and large Miracles Square. It is an independent bell tower from the church, about 56 meters high and weighing 14.453 tons. This first phase of the works was interrupted at the height of the third ring due to the subsidence of the ground on which the base of the tower stands. The softness of the ground, but also the fact that in ancient times a bend of the Auser river flowed in the area of the tower, which therefore made the ground unstable, is in fact the cause of the slope of the tower, and of its fame. The works then resumed in 1275 adding another three floors to the three rings of the original building. The tower was completed in the mid-1300s and still today its inclination of the building currently measures 5° with respect to the vertical axis.
Furthermore, we are only 100 km away from Firenze (Florence), less than an hour by car.
We have found accommodation in a beautiful structure, a 1300 building built as a monastery of the Benedictine Friars, in 1700 it became a convent of the Poor Clare Nuns (cloistered nuns) by the will of the Papal Holy See and finally, in 1850, it was transformed into a Welcome Home for pilgrims and in 2000, after a radical and complete renovation which left its original structure intact, it became the site of a beautiful hotel, with swimming pool and adjoining restaurant in the basement which still has kept its barrel vault.
Opss! I forgot to tell a curious and funny thing that happened on saturday morning: when you are strolling with a friend (Roberto) through the streets of the center in this medieval city and you suddenly meet an american girl with her two female friends on vacation in Italy from Richmond (Virginia) whom asks you: "Please, could you take a photo of me by my cellphone? I want to show it to friends when I will get back to America" What a luck! But she had not told us that she had seen and photographed the Ferrari first... that's why she asked us for taking some photos. Only in Italy ahahahah lmfaoooo
There is nothing denying: we have been in a magical place, quiet, ideal for a relaxing holiday ... now let's back to Naples! happy:
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Demetrio_2: HOW HAS YOUR SUNDAY BEEN? MINE ONE HAS BEEN SO ...
Yesterday morning that crazy my friend Roberto came to pick me up at home at 8 o'clock, he brought the sfogliatella pastries and two hot cappuccinos from the bar and said: "Let's have breakfast and then go around in the Ferrari on Vesuvius, today we will get lunch there somewhere".
"Holy slut!" ... I told him, if he realized that it was sunday and that I would have liked to sleep a little more than usual. He replied: "Let's hurry up to breakfast and go because it is getting late".
This does not reason anymore, I have thought. (lmfaoooo)
And so, having got breakfast, I dressed quickly and we left.
Do you want to know how he drove the car? A fool! He was keeping to surpass all the other cars and I felt like I was in a 007 movie.
So we spent the whole morning whizzing down the narrow streets of the Vesuvius, then suddenly he said: "Shall we go to that cute little peasant restaurant we saw earlier for lunch?" I said yes ... because he would have paid; and so we went to a really nice place, a small agricultural farm that also ran a restaurant and offered dishes cooked mainly with products grown on their land and other ones with animals reared by themselves: a good first course of sea/mountain spaghetti with tuna, black olives, basil, tomatoes and olive oil; for the second course, an abundant and tasty chicken breast cooked in a pan with sparkling wine and vegetables; at the end, a novelty to finish lunch, a tasty vegetable ice cream.
The owners had also set up a small peasant museum with old agricultural tools of the past, from transport carts to scales, from vats to produce wine by hand to oak barrels to preserve it, and so on.
But now I have to tell you the most weird and funny thing: when
we arrived there there were people having lunch, simple country people and some tourists who love walks in nature, we arrived with the Ferrari and they got "scared" at first and then they did not finish their lunch because they were attracted to the car: they would not let us leave anymore!
What a crazy day we had got
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Demetrio_2 in reply to Kaci_: Perfect! Do you also want to have the same experience on weekends? Come to Italy then, we are waiting for you with open arms. Ahh I forgot: ... and you have not seen this last weekend in Pisa yet, I posted it yesterday
Demetrio_2: Okayyy! We picked up the Ferrari and did a long and nice test drive, the car is a real bomb!
There are two photos in Robero's profile (Roberto_1), look how happy that asshole is!
Unfortunately he does not speak a single word of english (only yes), so if you want to leave a message try to do it in italian ... it is just enough to write "Roberto auguri, bellissima macchina" otherwise he would ask me to translate them!
It is finally done! We have completed all the formalities successfully, the bankruptcy trustee has set an appointment at the dealership tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock for the delivery of the Ferrari. WOOHOO!!!
Demetrio_2: OKAY ... IT IS HALF PAST NOON. WE ARE JUST GOT BACK IN NAPLES !!!
Here we are again after almost 4 hours of travel.
I had got a good rest time in Assisi ... calm, peaceful, relaxed. What else more?
Actually I have to admit that I have gone there to better work on a contract for the purchase of a Ferrari that Roberto intends to buy at the bankruptcy auction of a luxury car selling company; we are going to make an offer of 100.000 euros, much less than half of its purchase price, the car has less than 12.000 kilometers so it is like new and Roberto is truly in love with it, and being me also his accountant and tax consultant, I looked for to do my best to get him satisfied.
Roberto is now going to the bank to prepare a cashier's check equal to 30% of our offer and I, in the early afternoon, will go to the Bankruptcy Court to deposit the contract containing the purchase proposal with the 30.000 euro deposit attached.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the envelopes with the purchase offers received until 6 pm o'clock today will be opened ... let's hope we can do it, I am confident!
Tomorrow, around noon, I think I will be able to tell you whether we made it or not.
Let's cross our fingers as a sign of superstition and wait for God to assist us!