Yes or No

Aesthetics is a way of life and not a way of thinking.

By Christos Zampounis



1. Antiquities are sacred in Greece, even if many of our fellow citizens are inconvenienced by the procrastination of the Archaeological Service.

2. The sobriety and calmness of some politicians who participate in TV panels and respect their political opponents.

3. The most interesting football league in recent years, at least in terms of points.

4. Free trolleys at airports throughout the country and abroad.

5. The “Fauda” in Israel, as depicted in the excellent TV series.

6. The legislator Solon, who 2,500 years ago understood the dead end of benefits.

7. Shall we go to the cinema?

8. Michel Houellebecq’s “Annihilation”.

9. The State of Utah’s decision to “put the brakes” on children’s social media use from 10:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.

10. Police officers when defending themselves at protests.

11. The redevelopment of the neglected, until recently, National Archaeological Museum.

12. The revival of the shipbuilding industry.


1. By beating an archaeologist in Mykonos, the perpetrators committed an outrage by insulting the nation at its core.

2. The football-style confrontations of the candidates for parliament, who, among other things, systematically interrupt their interlocutors.

3. The throwing of a women’s skirt against the president of the Greek Football Federation (Hellenic Football Federation) by a representative of a team.

4. The trolleys with charge at the airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”.

5. The “Fauda” in Israel, as depicted in reality.

6. The 8.500.000 “vulnerable” Greeks receiving benefits.

7. What are you watching on Netflix tonight?

8. The Annihilation of Emanuel Macron.

9. Greek parents who think they have peace of mind when their children are “glued” to a cell phone or tablet.

10. The protests against police officers protecting themselves at demonstrations.

11. The complaints by the Association of Greek Archaeologists about the Prime Minister’s wife.

12. The manner in which Professor Andreadis, among others, was expelled from the Elefsina Shipyards.

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