Myth has it that King Louis XV of France or, much expected, his well-known mistress Madame de Pompadour termed the phrase, "Après moi le déluge," which means exactly, "after me, the flood," that was recognized with the French Revolution in the back vision mirror, as having innocently anticipation that the earth-shattering political and social alteration to approach. The phrase has approached to signify something much similar to "outcomes are done for," mirroring an untroubled carelessness for what might enter, on condition that the topic in the here-and-now might carry on to consume cake and don in silk brocade.
This expression entered into the mind lately subsequent to the learning that the president of the State University of New York, George Philip (SUNY) at Albany, the bigger state university national up the road, declared on Oct. 1,
2010 that just because of the situation of the state budget, many curricular agendas were, in his lexis, to be "neutralized."
In an ajar letter to the SUNY Albany campus society, he inscribed that as a initial step in this much tricky chapter of reallocation setting up, they have hand out a command today to postpone all latest entries to five program areas:, Italian, Russian, classics, French and theater.