Well shielded, enheimers and guests listened to steffen hegwein at the church fair sermon after the parade through the village. The nsa almost put a spoke in the kirchweihjugend’s wheel, because they knew the text before the kirchweih guests did and had classified it as explosive. According to the NSA, the text was scrambled, but the guests had no problem understanding the dialect, unlike their friends from the U.S. But the youth does not need to hide behind the NSA, they knew well about mishaps and what was happening in the streets. About a moped colliding with a car bumper, for example, or about a barrel leaking because it was full. The preacher also pondered the neighborly love of two dog owners, which is said to have been sealed by fist law, and wondered which of the two opponents was the wiser, the one who is known to give way. Even if some of those affected preferred to keep it under the covers, hegwein pulled them away and reported in the sermon about trying to plow the concrete path, the soiling of a half-timbered house with gulle or an expensive potato salad.