Message text written by INTERNET:GuyotLeonF@aol.com
Someone (don't ask me who) once wrote:
"The difference between the English and the Americans is that Americans
think that life is serious but not fatal whereas the English think that
life is fatal but not serious."
And what pray tell, is wrong with that?
Life is too short to be taken too seriously, just ask any Italian
Did I say there was anything wrong with it? Methinks you are the one who
is too serious. I, for one, agree with the Brits. ;-)