On Monday, Dr. Hans-Jochen Vogel, former minister of justice and head mayor of
Munich came to a dialog to our student's association. Anderl conducted the
conversation for about an hour. Mr. Vogel gratefully answered his questions in
detail, telling stories of his life which were always interesting and often quite funny. Afterwards, the audience (unfortunately fewer and far older in average
than expected) asked questions as well. Of course, Ulrich had to come up with a
completely impossible to understand question, wrapped into a five minute
monologue starting with Aristotle and going nowhere. Hans-Jochen Vogel really
was an impressive personality and made some most inspiring
Afterwards, we set together on the second floor (Mr. Vogel even came
around for a beer and a bit of conversation), desperately trying to cut down on
the volume of the "Bowle", the consumption of which we hopelessly overestimated.
I had a nice conversation with an american girl called Angela Anderl met at
Siemens and later on we all sang a couple of tunes together. It was great fun.