DSArthur on CWL
Jul 31, 1997 11:05 AM
> 2. Regarding the various "CWL" comments, I consider it a little
>ironic that, had he had a proclivity for nicotine, society would have
>accomodated him. It still does today despite the appalling destructiveness
>of cigarettes. Or alcohol? There are liquor stores everywhere. Sadistic
>tendencies? Try professional hockey or, better still, boxing. It would
>appear that CWL's misfortune was to have virtually the only proclivity (i.e.
>homosexualtiy) that society to date has beee unwilling to accomodate. But
>even that is slowly changing (witness all the "Gay Pride" parades of late).
>Perhaps CWL's major fault was to incarnate a few decades too soon. As Keith
>would say --- NAMASTE ---
Hello Dennis? The complaint about CWL is NOT homosexuality - it's about CWL
being a CHILD MOLESTER. And your comparisons to "nicotine," "hockey," etc.
. .make no sense at all in this context.
You're statement "Perhaps CWL's major fault was to incarnate a few decades
too soon" is semi-on-the-money (I differ with you on his major fault) - but
if he had been incarnated a few decades later, maybe a REAL investigation
could have taken place by a neutral party - and CWL would have been
completely exonerated or imprisoned - either way, there would have been closure.
Anyway, you've missed the point completely. Dammit.
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