I wonder what the hell am I getting for the public service fee.
Leaf Eastling talks about her career in Scania, memories of family and business life, and spice comments that focus mainly on how tax money is to be used and that competition is the most important driving force for change.
Since statements do not respond to criticism and are not placed in a wider context, it is difficult to know how to deal with them. LIFE ÖSTLING's confidentiality is only a matter of a few minutes in a carefree tone: in Gothenburg he enjoyed his life. People were open and entertaining. He became a storm and married. Why would this story of sunlight be of interest to more than the closest mourners?
Reminds a speech to a manager who has long worked in a company:
"When my friend Martin, Scania's CEO and later CEO of Volvo, turned fifty, I congratulated the birthday and even bigger congratulations to the company." Martin, Leif, Volvo and Scania are certainly excited by the mention, but what does it add to the story, and how does it matter to others than to those involved? I long for an editor who may have been able to get a dramaturgy or a journalist could ask critical questions.
Put "Summer in P1" and start a box where people with deep education can discuss extremely specific topics. Soon P1 must understand that this monolithic form of expression is a 20th-century dinosaur that has been blooming and has to be buried with dignity.