I don’t like very much Zygmunt Bauman’ sociology. He writes in a very suggestive way, but his statements are not supported by adequate arguments. Nonetheless once he used an efficacious metaphor: that of a camping. He told that much contemporary people considers the social reality as a sort of camping, that is a place where you can find services, with respect to which you can only complain, but not improve them. In fact I observed that with respect to work situations in which we live, there are two kinds of persons: those who complains about what doesn’t work, but makes almost nothing to improve the set up, and those who doesn’t complain, but works strongly for a better state.