Somehow back at home, support for the soldiers meant having a five-year-old kindergartener scribble a picture with crayons and send it overseas, or slapping stickers on cars, or lobbying Congress for an extra pad in a helmet. It’s interesting that a soldier on his third or fourth tour should care about a drawing from a five-year-old; or a faded sticker on a car as his friends die around him; or an extra pad in a helmet, as if it will protect him when an IED throws his vehicle 50 feet into the air as his body comes apart and his skin melts to the seat.
Morpho butterflies, often very expensive, have always been prized by extremely wealthy collectors. Famous collections include those of the London jeweler Dru Drury and the Dutch merchant Pieter Teyler van der Hulst , the Paris diplomat Georges Rousseau-Decelle , the financier Walter Rothschild , the Romanov Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia and the, English and German respectively, businessmen James John Joicey and Curt Eisner . In earlier years, Morphos graced cabinets of curiosities " Kunstkamera " and royal cabinets of natural history notably those of Tsar of Russia Peter the Great , the Austrian empress Maria Theresa and Ulrika Eleonora, Queen of Sweden . More famous is Maria Sibylla Merian , who was not wealthy.
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