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People start the day with the TV.
“What’s the weather like?”
“Oh, not again. Tons of mail already”.
It’s our friends. They’ll come tonight to see the photos from our trip to Italy.
Daddy is going to work now, the kids are off to school, and Mommy is set to jog.
Today’s objective: 4 miles on a flat course. Mother chooses Richmond Park in London.
Ads pop up along the way.
He says this olive oil is great. Let’s add it
Previously added goods are already in the cart, but we also need some fruit.
Bananas, oranges, a pineapple, some limes, apples and pears. Sounds like all. And we’ll order sushi in the evening.
Later that night. The family and friends are all at home.
“Shall we order now?”
Since Komandor knows our address, we’ll let it tell the restaurant where we want our sushi.
“These are from our trip to Italy.
“The crowds come down to St. Peter’s through metal detectors.
“This is how they park around the Vatican. And, for that matter, everywhere else.
“Italians aren’t big on parking sensors”.
“Here is a beautiful little red house near the Pantheon. Some say Nikolay Gogol lived here once. Could that be true?”
“I don’t really know. I like the Pantheon more than the St. Peter’s. By the way, there’s a café around here, with the best cappuccino ever”.
“Why don’t we take a walk around town? I took the photos here, where shall we go?”
“Here’s the place on Google. Where to next?”
“It’s called Tazza D’Oro,
“It never occured to me to turn here”.
“Ah, there it is”.
Someone is calling on the buzzer.
The party is over.