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Date Posted: Sunday, Mar 06
Author: Chris
Subject: Re: Eyeballs in the Sky
In reply to: Marc Forrester 's message, "Re: Eyeballs in the Sky" on Sunday, Mar 06

>I would be honored if you could transmit to me
>anything of your original article that you feel you
>can.

No problem. Send me an email address (or a friendly FTP site) to tolworthy@hotmail.com, or to tolworthy at ntlworld dot com. I'll send the original site, and let you do with it as you wish. Thanks for your support!

Regarding Maurice Dodd, he was polite enough in the email. I can't really blame him - everyone is different. A few years ago I was very sensitive to any imagined slur on my then faith. Ironically, the more fundamentalist your faith, the more you see it threatened at every corner.

Still, I felt like I knew him through his comics. It was slightly depressing to find that we were a million miles apart. But that's life. The rich tapestry and all that. On the plus side, since rejecting fundamentalism this is the only time I have been disappointed. Mostly my literary horizons have just expanded and expanded. Time and time again I have been pleasantly surprised with writers and artists (or TV personalities) who previously offended my fundamentalist sensibilities. But now I can enjoy them for what they are - just people like you and me, generally doing their best and hoping.

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  • Re: Eyeballs in the Sky -- Chris, Monday, Mar 07

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