On the Letterman show, Howard described the mansion he bought in Florida as his "Xanadu". Do you think he you think he actually gets what that reference really means? Charles Foster Kane was a fictional multi-millionaire that nobody associated with him liked. He married a talentless, brainless twat, and tries to buy her a career in show business where she miserably fails. Kane eventually dies alone in his giant mansion surrounded by his wealth and nothing else. If he does understand the back story of Xanadu, does he not get the irony of it all? He's so clueless about so many things it's hard to tell.