We’ll see

A farmer had only one horse. One day, his horse ran away.

His neighbors said, “I’m so sorry. This is such bad news. You must be so upset.”

The man just said, “We’ll see.”

A few days later, his horse came back with twenty wild horses following. The man and his son corralled all twenty-one horses.

His neighbors said, “Congratulations! This is such good news. You must be so happy!”

The man just said, “We’ll see.”

One of the wild horses kicked the man’s only son, breaking both his legs.

His neighbors said, “I’m so sorry. This is such bad news. You must be so upset.”

The man just said, “We’ll see.”

The country went to war, and every able-bodied young man was drafted to fight. The war was terrible and killed every young man, but the farmer’s son was spared, since his broken legs prevented him from being drafted.

His neighbors said, “Congratulations! This is such good news. You must be so happy!”

The man just said, “We’ll see.”

Positiv

Jetzt hat es mich doch noch erwischt.

Am selben Tag, an dem Go 1.18 veröffentlicht wurde, färbten sich die C- und T-Linien rot.

Milde Symptome (3 x 💉; yeah science!), danke der Nachfrage.

Wir sind alle hier

Russland greift am frühen Morgen des 24.02.2022 die Ukraine an. Präsident Zelensky und seine Minister bleiben in Kiew. Ein Rettungsangebot der Amerikaner lehnt er mit den Worten ab: “Ich brauche Munition, keine Mitfahrgelegenheit.”

Quelle: The Telegraph (25.02.2022)

Hoffnung

A woman wearing a face mask walks past a mural by Irish artist Emmalene Blake in Dublin’s city centre during level 5 COVID-19 lockdown. The theme of the artwork quotes the title of the Irish rock band ‘Inhaler’ with the words ‘It won’t always be like this’. On Friday, 19 March 2021, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)