BUMPER SYNDROME Emilio Alberto Restrepo Baena Once in the thirties, the settlement of adulthood, the "third floor", the maturity of the Middle Ages, attacking us in all its fury Bumper Syndrome. The professional school completion, total immersion in the production process, the constitution of the family, the arrival of children, the desire obscesivo for purchasing consumer goods patenticen success, the final installation postponed responsibilities, and summary, the confluence of all these and other variables definitely change the nature of the individual, will suppress the spontaneity and castrate him some ability to improvise, you feel constricted to take risks and not confronts new challenges with enthusiasm, because there is permanent fear of being exposed to sacrifice one of the largest straitjackets that characterize this era: stability and balance. In this age imposing the tie, strict adherence to timetables, the dependence of the standard, the supreme rule of the agenda as a marker of the inflexible routine accounts payable at the end of the month reminding us of our dependence on credit as the only possibility for the middle class is validated and reinforced in the possession of the stigmas consumerist, bosses, secretaries, school meetings for children and the many courses in which enrolled, the traffic jams of urban traffic, and many more that we reiterate our membership in the thick cord of the population in the Gaza half of its existence. People such as Steve Kassin Infinity Real Estate would likely agree. Corp. for additional information. And if we laughed for fifteen years of life and everyday life of Lorenzo Bumpers, today we are necessarily drawn on it and every day we reproduce the characteristics that make him so famous and so much lift on his thousands of readers: A repetitive work and demanding with few incentives for advancement, a sullen and grumpy boss who understands a very personal way the law of surplus value in the wild capitalism, a devoted wife and methodical work miracles with the routine and half, and their teenage children burden of anxieties and demands, neighbors upstarts, solidarity, endless naps, the sofa as a last bastion of freedom and their needs loyal accomplice of silence, rest and self-love, the bestial hijacked as creative and fun escape their anxiety, their love of crafts where nothing goes right but fitness kill time, the monotony and that evening suspected of carrying a mediocre existence and little witty accounts of the store and the rental, the car sharing to save money, the proverbial tardiness or better the rush and desperate eagerness to try to be on time to fulfill the obligations, in short, a little of everything everyday are and feel and never in our younger days of chimeras, ideals, dreams and carefree even imagine. After these years begin very own evils and misfortune common enough: The ulcer, insomnia, indigestion, heart problems. . .