I DON'T EAT ANYTHING THAT HAS EYES
“I don't eat anything that has eyes!” The famous vegetarian Paul McCartney adhered strictly to it. The Austrian painter, graphic artist, stage designer, singer and poet Arik Brauer, who is at least known in his own country, is said to have done it too. And George, so far not famous, did the same. He had been raised that way from childhood. Named by his parents after Saint George, the legendary dragon slayer, he had always managed to keep his monster rebelling in his deepest depths from time to time and demanding meat. George succeeded in this because of animal welfare - and also for health reasons.
Over the years little George had become a young, adult vegetarian. One day he was introduced to a girl who had lost both eyes. A tragic accident had caused it. George was fascinated by this girl. The following weekend he invited it to his home. George had planned a festive dinner for the next day.