The satire is evident, João do Silêncio has his trajectory in the formulation of history of accidental philosophy (parodying Bertrand Russell's study) and the biblical call "Behold the lilies in the field." The writers were found in a valise and describe the turmoil of a disoriented country, named Aldara, where the hands of the clock do not meet and decisions are made too late. Flavio Moreira da Costa establishes the romanticized grammar of distortion. He distorts only to talk about a Brazil where delay is just another hope of losing your job, missing an appointment, and eternity.