I was born in 1964. It was the year when President Johnson outlawed abolished racial discrimination, the Tokyo Olympic Games started, Khrushchev was ousted and Brezhnev came into power, Jack Ruby was sentenced to death in Dallas, China joined the A-bomb club, the Vietnam war started, Martin Luther King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and finally, what really mattered: the Steel Rolling Mill Plant in Diósgyőr opened its gates. By-the-way: it’s not that difficult to keep in mind my date of birth: September 11. This later also became an important date.

Refert si bonus an velis videri

it is important to be good,
not to be thought to be good.