I'm interested in how accurate very brief descriptions by non-socionists can be.
What follows are the first impressions of the now-wife of a major European public figure when first meeting him, as she herself told an interviewer.
She says she found him, as a boy,
.scatter-brained, fun, a joker, funny -- and a bit of a hooligan
Meeting him again after many years, she found
Does that suggest any particular type to you?a taciturn man, with flashes of melancholy, who suddenly switches from a hearty laugh, from larking about, from a dirty joke, from eating watermelon in a London cab while wearing evening dress, to being plunged into a dark silence.