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Re: In his own words
> > Let's move on.
> Sorry about the tangent, folks. Believe it or not I don't intend to
> come here with the purpose to have a Creation/Darwinism debate. But
> since I'm the one who brought up the banana example, I'll take the
Hey! What about me & *my* big mouth?! I want to share the blame, too!
> Anyhow, Pete has faced a moral dilemma during this past year. He even
> came to the point where he considered killing himself. He faced judg-
> ment and did a moral inventory of his own being it seems. For the first
> time in his life he had to wait for others to decide what his fate would
> be. He is clear about his standing before God. These spiritual things
> are on the front burner of Pete's life and they fill up the words to his
Well said. I just can't help worrying about Pete sometimes. At times
he can seem so......unbalanced. I know he's been through a lot & will
eventually work his way through this current crisis, but, honestly, some-
times I fear for his sanity.
Makes "dumb 'ole Rog" seem extremely well-grounded, doesn't it? ;-)
There was a weird thing going on with Rog & Pete in 2003. It was like
when the Sun reverses its magnetic poles. Roger had an outstanding year.
He was on TV quite a bit & continued to carry the Who banner high as
evidenced by his interview on the TKAA DVD.
Pete, on the other hand, was mired in scandal & was forced to retreat from
the public eye & contemplate many of his beliefs & life strategies.
2002: Our beloved OX dies.
2003: Pete is arrested.
Here's hoping that 2004 only provides us with *pleasant* Who surprises.
Happy New Year to all you lovely Who Freaks out there!
You've all done very well!
The fire still burns.
LONG LIVE THE WHO!!
- SCHRADE in Akron
The Council For Secular Humanism