Montag, Oktober 02, 2006

Swiss Way Of Life

Talking about Switzerland, a central European country bordering Austria, Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien said that "it is a bored, beautiful and neutral country".

Shocked about this, Dame Frederica shouted in Amerikan: "Bored?? How dare you cast aspersions upon the homeland of my forebears! ( Although that may be why they left... )".

Then, Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien confessed that "Well... mein liebe Dame Frederica, the aristocrat concept of having a good time it is, for example, wasting the aristocratic idle time and a fortune in the thrilling Monte-Carlo casinos instead wasting that idle time and a fortune too in an exciting Swiss health resort... not to mention that your ancestors in spite of being Swiss, were wise people leaving that exciting country, certainly...".

Suddenly Herr Lloyd Fonvielle added that "Le Corbusier said, "The Swiss are clean, thrifty, industrious -- and to hell with them; he was, of course, Swiss and knew what he was talking about".

Finally, Herr Kino Eye asked: "Are you sure they weren't carebears in disguise?"... and added an interesting review of Jean Choux's "La Vocation D'André Carel", which caused this diplomatic incident, which basically agrees with Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien opinion.

Published in "alt.movies.silent".

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