There is a inner city ring story of humanity that has evolved but not yet recounted. This is an anecdote that Don asked me to report.
There are is a particular bus route that has quite a bit of human history in this city of Milan, actually is the 90 and 91 circular. The bus are made of 2 joining carriages. They station at the Lido which is called Piazza Lotto (the painter not the 666 logo = money national lottery).
Over a period of years the travellers over these bus routes have been struggling, pushing each other, smelling others odours, fighting, for a place standing … al sort. The bright side, neer ever to have the bus fare checked. (you ll laugh if one or two people stamp the the bus ticket all round the bus circuit).
The bus has unspoken rules, where different ethinic people would place on the bus, the more destitute at the back. A really old Italian woman was offered the seat by a thirty somethiung Egyptian or Syrian man, I was sitting next and she commented that she was not expecting the same thing to happen if the guy there was an Italian native. Would be surprising the other way. Please see the photo above from the last post, how the young Italian guy carrie himself on the bus.
I told the old woman that she must look for good example every day coming from the low, that at the top there is bad example. That there is much less brutality and violence in this city, so that in order to find brutality she has get it on the Television. I told her to switch the TV news off, throw the medicines unless life saving and make herself a orange juice instead!
It is not the first time I saw that these men from the look of being Egyptians, or Syrians behave. Other nationality behave differently, so at least in this respect these men are more attentive, partecipating to the reality around them, less tunneled and more appreciated from the average Italian granny that dares to board this bus route.
With the occasion I have a fantastic announce to make pertinent with the inner city life and public transport, plus a fresh HHG there.
Since about the last 9 months or a 1 year there is a central Tram route that has become ticket fare free. Here is the touristic thrill, the tram 10 joins these stations Central Train Station, North Railways (Ferrovie Trenord), Sempione, and Porta Genova Railways.
Every day some small groups of 2 to 5 young blacks, get off right where there is the RAI the National State Television, the address is Via Alberto Riva Villasanta. The history say this road is named after the last Italian soldier that died during WWI. (!!! they counted until he was shoot, then it was all over?? It was not in vain private Riva!). The other thing about this central street is the Police is there, the special tributary police Guardia di Finanza (the yellow flames). So these these tourists get off punctually in Via Villasanta but they never return. They never travel back on the Tram 10 to go back. What is so particular, there is a railway track at the end of Via Villasanta. It seems to act like a magnet for a special tourism.
I have to thanks the municipality, the RAI State TV, the GDF for hosting the special place of interest and now I can go to the geriatric hospital and do not need to care about the ticket fare. Have a pleasent journey travellers from overseas may wonderlust be of luck for you all. They conned you to come over.
The report is I added a HHG at less than 200 mt from the main antenna of the State TV, there are already tbs at the other side towards the Jesuits schools and neighbour army place. There are other antennas because there is also a radio station, anyway any central avenue needs gifting, so the story goes. Key location gets more orgonite, in the winter have already put plugs in poles in and around Corso Sempione and 3 HHG about the park.