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OK. I'd rather be him. Though not sure about Goethe's aversion to dogs being a measure of sanity. "Why should a lobster be any more ridiculous than a dog? ...or a cat, or a gazelle, or a lion, or any other animal that one chooses to take for a walk? I have a liking for lobsters. They are peaceful, serious creatures. They know the secrets of the sea, they don't bark, and they don't gnaw upon one's monadic privacy like dogs do. And Goethe had an aversion to dogs, and he wasn't mad."
Speaking of history being stranger than fiction can I share this with you. I just read it and am fascinated. Interesting too to see what the Neo-nazis are up to these days. Sons of Tokyo, dreams of Europe