Retro 6: ruled and graph exercise books

Date: 2011. 05. 18. 23:31

I remember when I was a child, every autumn I was really excited about how many ruled and graph exercise I would have in the new school year. Lines and squares showed up in my life once again but this time I am less enthusiastic. Lines are confused as there is a lack of trust in the debate about the implementation of the law on the prohibition of unfair market conduct by the suppliers of the food product life cycle. Trust would be more important than ever before these days, when supplier-retailer agreements cannot be called by their real names. So what remains is the agreement written on graph paper. The rebirth of graph paper agreements in the age of computers has another drawback: it helps preserving a way of thinking by SMEs that still allows recourse to loopholes like this.