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4 Seinfeld Reflexionen über (Nazi-)Helme

Monkey in the motorcycle helmet and glasses. Vintage black engraving

Seinfeld fragt „why the hell“ wohl Germania-Nazi-Helme unter Bikern wohl so populär sind. Jerry trifft dabei eine Unterscheidung zwischen einem kompletten „full“ Nazi und einem geringfügigen „slightly“ Nazi. Wie könnte wohl das Shoppingerlebnis eines „slightly“ Nazi aussehen. Seinfeld zeichnet die Szene etwa so:

Verkäufer: „May I help you?“

Hofer*: „Yes. I need a motorcycle helmet.“

Verkäufer: „Well, we have these regular ones right here.“

Hofer: „No, not for me. Well, let me ask you this sir. How do you feel about the Nazis?

Verkäufer: „I tell you the truth. I kinda have trouble with the genozide, hatred and rassism. But now, what about the helmet?

Hofer: „They weren’t bad. I don’t like Hitler, but I do not have a problem with their apparel. I’ll buy that.“

Seinfeld on stage, New York 1996

biker

Seinfeld @ The Letterman Show, 1994 über gänzlich unpolitische Helme:

„…Skydiving was definitely the scariest thing I’ve ever done. Let me ask you this question in regards to the skydiving: what is the point of the helmet in the skydiving? I mean, can you kinda make it? You jump out of that plane and that chute doesn’t open, the helmet is now wearing youfor protection. Later on the helmet’s talking with the other helmets going „It’s a good thing that he was there or I would have hit the ground directly.“

Seinfelds Freund und Nachbar Cosmo Kramer ohne Nazi-Helm:

Seinfeld über helmlastiges Verhalten  (live at New York, 1998. „I’m Telling You For The Last Time“)

„There are many things that we can point to that proof that the human being is not smart. The helmet is my personal favorite. The fact that we had to invent the helmet. Now why did we invent the helmet? Well, because we were participating in many activities that were cracking our heads. We looked at the situation. We chose not to avoid these activities, but to just make little plastic hats so that we can continue our head-cracking lifestyles.
The only thing dumber than the helmet is the helmet law, the point of which is to protect a brain that is functioning so poorly, it’s not even trying to stop the cracking of the head that it’s in…“

Seinfeld is Godess!

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