Everyday, excepting the weekends, people are in Downtown doing a lot of things: buying pirate products, visiting clubs to play with some bitches, doing courses, and specially working. The environment is full of cars, street punks, business men, and even politicians, who sometimes stay in the middle of the paviment trying to manipulate the others, making the illusion that he's a super hero (just for the idiots who believe). Unfortunately, I have to be there twice a week and it's difficult not to get stressed. Everything begins when I'm leaving the subway. A lot of people walking like animals trying to reach first the escalator. Come on! Can't you realize that the energy that you want to save while you are on the escalator was the same energy that you consumed when you were running like a monkey? Well...that was just the first thing. When you leave the subway you, normally, have a place to go. It's not like a shopping center, where you stay there just to have a good time, walking slowly, not paying attention to your clock. In downtown, people are always in a hurry what justificate the speed of them. But what I don't understand are those guys who are almost stopping on their steps. If they are not doing anything, go home or anywhere else! Downtown is not the place to stay like an idiot waiting Jesus come from the sky! Another obstacle of this "journey" is when you want to cross the street on a zebra crossing. People don't respect the flux. So, if a woman is passing and you want to look her ass you can't, because in a few time an asshole will come and hit you. And just to end this topic, let me talk about the street punks. Being robbed can be a bad thing in anywhere, but it gets worse when you are in a hurry. I've never been robbed there but I know the risks. Besides having a hard day working and bringing money for your family, you also have to watch out for these son of a .....! Well... I could talk about the trash, the guys who throw this trash on the streets, the traffic jam, the noise, etc. I'll stop here, this article is getting big. I hope you like it, and please leave a comment.