It is a matter of time before those who are offended by Twitter will finally be fully present in all these boring coffee shops where there are as many laptops as there are people hooked on them. Insulted and insulting on the networks, with red eyes and stunned by the screens, they will jump when they pour milk into their coffee to draw a heart. "Unfortunate! I have a couple!". Or when they paint those spikes that are given especially to bearded men (personal experience is a degree), who knows for what Freudian reason. “Don't you have any heart for me? Resign!" they will demand. They will end up serving milk without frills (well, that wouldn't be bad either). Then, there will also be those who complain: "Am I not your favorite customer anymore?" Everything offends us, everything is wrong.
They will be the same ones that this week have charged against a tweet from channel 324. "The CJEU agrees with Llarena and opens the door to new Euro-orders against the exiles," it said. It is an incomplete description that the exceptions are not very obvious, product of the haste forced by the tyranny of immediacy to which the media are forced today. The criticism was placed at the same level as the resignation that was demanded of the person who slipped into TV3 the Two-legged Rat, by Paquita la del Barrio, while the camera zoomed in on a static Carles Puigdemont in the background. Another mistake unfortunately without forgiveness...
In defense of the author of the tweet: the media, of the decision of the CJUE, gave all the possible versions. From those who gave Llarena victory by KO to those who saw a triumphant independence movement. Josep Costa, former vice-president of Parliament, who is not a media outlet but has an echo among those on his rope, left Bayern's 2-8 win against Barça up to the bitumen: the independence movement won "9-0".
everyone wins. But the confusion was partly caused by the judges. For the profane, the CJEU's decision was gibberish. On Tuesday it was impossible to know what he had resolved with so many interpretations and gatherings involved. But a court is also asked to resolve clearly. The text is pure tightrope walking to please everyone, a “keep keep going”, an error sought. A “solemn judicial trifle”, wrote Javier Melero. To this mess there has been little complaint.
The judges are asked to serve the milk in the coffee as God commands, without decorations, without hearts or spikes. That weighs his pose. We live in a society where we do not give room for error... when it suits us.