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The title of Jochen Malmsheimer's new program has its origins in his connection to Simon Bolivar. According to information on the Internet that is now believed by many people - perhaps even too many - it is claimed that Simon Bolivar lived with Jean Paul Sartre for a long time.



But it could also be that it was Simone Signoret who lived with Sartre. Or perhaps Sartre lived alone but spent a lot of time in the boudoir. It could even be that Sartre only existed in the company of a Beuajolais and a few chips, as well as Gitanes.


Who can say for sure? And most importantly, why does it matter? This program, which doesn't fill the morning but makes the evening fun, doesn't cover eland, bromeliads or other sweet grass plants. These topics are strictly protected for good reason.


Instead, the program tackles various idiosyncrasies, including the fundamental misunderstanding of cycling, the rarity of art and its mysterious relationship to the moon, and other important questions, in an extremely rigorous manner.


Jochen Malmsheimer: Instead of essentially moving the world, I probably just plowed the sea - a rigorosum sondershausen - NEW PROGRAM


Jochen Malmsheimer: Instead of essentially moving the world, I probably only plowed the sea - a rigorous exam sondershausen - NEW PROGRAM

(Program in German)

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Dates
September 2024
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