Jackie Mason | July 11, 2003
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Erik Bates | July 11, 2003
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Scott Hardie | July 11, 2003
Jackie: Fantastic! I like your thinking. Ask her tomorrow why she tolerates the "good witchcraft" in Disney but not the "good witchcraft" in Harry Potter.

Erik: I'm with you, too, on the subject of people not approving of something just because they dislike it. Reminds me of what I typed in the discussion of the Texas sodomy law: 'How is it that Christians will lie, steal, covet other peoples' property, take the lord's name in vain, get drunk, worship false idols, have sex outside of marriage, dishonor their parents, and work on Sunday, but then frown on homosexuality and polygamy because "God doesn't approve of that"?' There are two crucial differences of course, that this woman is objecting to the literary portrayal of witchcraft instead of the practice itself, and she's not trying to stop anybody else's kids from enjoying the books, but it's still a bit ridiculous.

Jackie Mason | July 12, 2003
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