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April 29, 2015

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if only.

I did not know Mammon was a Judeo-Christian deity.

A man who has been practicing fraud and corruption for so long is incapable of recognizing his own short-comings. Probably regards them as gifts from his god.

Shirt

It's good snark, but can anyone here think of someone they know of Robertson's age who IRL has had some kind of epiphany, and *changed* ?

Meanwhile, a more uplifting account of faith based action in a Fallows article:
http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2015/04/generation-nowwhat-people-do-when-there-seems-to-be-nothing-to-do/391571/

(Disclosure, I think Fallows is a U.S. national treasure.)

can anyone here think of someone they know of Robertson's age who IRL has had some kind of epiphany, and *changed* ?

people usually change in the other direction.

usually, yes, but there really is no way to tell how (of if) someone's personality is going to change as they start to get a touch of dementia.

Not sure if that counts as an "epiphany".

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