I have a mad persian poet friend. I can always tell when he's depressed because he starts carrying around works by Nietsche and Hegel and other depressing huns of thought. Awhile ago, I caught up with him at our local espresso bar and he was carrying Hegel's (I think): "What is Called Thinking". I reminded him that the Germans would say something like: "Was haben Sie auf dem Kopf denken", which translates non-idiomatically to: "What do you have in your head thinking", which seems like a good point of departure for my multi-polar friend. This is just a trifle so that I'll have an excuse to push the "Add Introduction" button.

-- If it wasn't for Heisenberg, I woudn't have no luck at all.

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