He was sitting in a car, it is sure to be a comfortable, he selects his Display a phone number that his Management has told him to give me a phone call. It's raining outside, it rains in England, often the duration, before a song on the car radio, from the Album "Abbey Road", it is in a new edition again the number 1 in the Charts. He smiles and sees that the connection works.
So I it to me anyway, as you can expect sometimes when you read a Text, and a scene is described before. The man in the car says: "Hello, Martin. It's Paul, from England." Martin Scholz is a German Journalist, he makes every week a much-noticed Interview to the "Welt am Sonntag", there were very many, with well-known names. With Ed Sheeran, Robert Redford, Kofi Annan, Madonna, or Sting, most of the time he talks on the phone, this time with "Paul from England" – with McCartney, the Beatles.
It is, even Paul McCartney gives his Interviews to the loved one during driving a car. He has just published a children's book, "Hey Grandude!", it means, in English "Opapi-grandpa", a book about an old man with a white beard, takes the children by using a magic compass to travel in the Swiss Alps, with flying cows, the big bells to wear around the neck.
And now, I imagine, as others sit in the car, dial a number and say: "Hello, it's Lionel from Barcelona", probably in Spanish, softly, because he speaks mostly quiet. "Hello, it's Cristiano", maybe he says, "it's CR7, from Torino", perhaps in Portuguese, he sits very proud in his Ferrari. "Hello, do isch de Roger vo Basel", he is maybe in Dubai or in Valbella or Buenos Aires, the Roger is always somewhere on the road.
McCartney said on the phone, the Brexit is a mess, and Britain must remain in Europe very closely connected, he speaks of a disturbing world that causes people a lot of anxiety. He is now very political.
What I can't imagine that Messi begins to talk about the Catalan conflict, Ronaldo over the Lega, which now reigns in the once red-Umbria, or Federer on the claim of the Greens for a seat in the Federal Council.
Created: 05.11.2019, 12:31 PM