The content is a personal account of the author’s meeting with Mark Rimmell, a famous expat living in Budapest. Rimmell, who is known as the Crown Maker, has led an eventful life and shares stories about his experiences with notable individuals like Michael Gambon, Paul McCartney, and Judy Dench. The author describes Rimmell’s apartment, filled with mementos from his travels, and highlights his unique collection of crowns. Despite their differences, the author feels a strange affinity towards Rimmell and is reminded of deceased friends while listening to his stories. The author praises Rimmell for his refusal to conform and emphasizes the importance of embracing diversity and individuality in life. The content ends with the author expressing admiration for Rimmell’s inspiring personality.
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