Ah. You again, Nate.
Do you know what a Patronus Charm is? If so, what do you think your's will be?
Patronus Charm? Never heard of it.
Do your parents ever have to step in when you and your older brother fight?
First of all, we don't fight. We mutually annoy each other sometimes, but we never have any actually fights or huge arguments or anything like that. My parents some times just say, "Behave, you two!" but nothing more than that.
Do you and your friends ever spy on your brother, like when he has girls around?
Well, it's not really my business to spy on my brother, so no, I don't.
Jungmädel! That's what I meant before! God, I hate German! What do you do in that?
The Jungmädel? The Jungmädelbund is the Young Girl's League - it's for GIRLS! Do I look like a girl? Nein!
Do think your brother would ever be willing to fight in the war? If it's still going on by the time he's old enough, I mean.
Of course he's willing. He's just as proud of and dutiful to the Reich as I am - he's just more... relaxed? I don't really know how to describe his attitude. He's quite patriotic and does everything that is required of him, he's just... not too disciplined, if you know what I mean.
But it doesn't really matter. The war will have to go on for another three years before Hans is old enough to fight! The war won't last that long, so we don't have to worry about that.
What do you think of the French? I hear Durmstrang has a pretty tight history with Beauxbatons, the school there.
I don't particularly like the French. They're short, greasy, they eat snails, and speak French. Plus they stole Alsace-Lorraine from us in 1918 and ruined our economy before I was born in the early and mid twenties. You've heard of the Treaty of Versailles, right?
I don't know too much about Beauxbatons - I'm still pretty new to the wizarding world. However, we Durmstrang students don't think very highly of Beauxbatons students - they're pansies.
I know you talk a lot about Germany, but what do you know about American? About New York City (my hometown favorite)? Do you teachers ever talk about American wizards at all? Do they have a lot of influence in the world or no?
Of course I talk a lot about Deutschland, I live there.
About Americans, we don't really talk too much about them. Just like the American Muggles, American wizards just sort of stay on their side of the Atlantic and keep to themselves - they're isolationist. I haven't heard of any notable American wizards - I'm sure there are some, we just never hear about them since they don't interact with Europe much.
What I know about New York City is that it's a big, sprawling, crowded metropolis on the northeastern coast of the United States. It has the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Also, New York is a hotbed of Jewish capitalist greed, corruption, and depravity - there's a lot of poor people there, while at the same time there are hugely rich business men who own limousines and skyscrapers. Anyway, New York is the best example of capitalism gone amok.
Well, talk to you later, Nate. I'll have some more questions for you soon.
~ Dieter Heydrich
I'm glad you liked my drabble Molly! And Nate... I guess I didn't paint the most flattering picture of him, but at least he's all right with it.
So, feel free to use the exploding basketball incident in your story! I'd actually like that - makes me feel like I can INFLUENCE PEOPLE! HA HA HA HA!
My apologies, but go right ahead. I look forward to your Dieter Drabble!
Tim the Enchanter