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Matt H.'s Avatar Jump to comment 23 by Matt H.

J.Mills. One has no control over being 'vertically challenged' (unless they cut off their own legs or something, but going on the assumption that by 'vertically challenged', you mean born with genes that make them short). One does tend to have control over whether they believe in fairies or not. Of course they don't have control over childhood indoctrination, but in this Rabbi's case, he became an atheist, then went BACK to religion. I think if he truly is a clever man, he would never have abandoned his reason so.

Wed, 05 Nov 2008 16:53:00 UTC | #265494