February 12th, 2014

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Quote of the day

Gábor Palotás, who also belonged to his circle of friends, came in out of breath: 'The Professor was put into retirement.' 'That’s not a problem,' said the Professor, 'the problem is that the paper boy is still far down the street.' He picked up the receiver, called the Party Central Committee, one of the bigwigs I’m not saying his name on purpose – and he said: 'Pető here. I was put into retirement yet again.' The Ministry rescinded their intent to retire him a week later and apologized to Pető. They didn’t like András Pető, they would’ve done everything they could to close the Institute. The stupendously huge international popularity of the method and the Institute came when Pető was already dead; it didn’t happen in his life.
Péter Popper

From the  CEP Quotationary of András Pető and his Conductive Education