Interview with Walter /
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You're on a holiday in Amsterdam. It's a Friday afternoon, a beautiful summer's day and you're enjoying a drink on a terrace. You are by yourself because your tireless friends are buying some postcards around the corner. The terrace is quite full and a young guy named Ben points to the empty chair next to you.