Words on Wednesday


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  1. I became aware of banned books when I was studying children’s literature for my storytelling degree. I was shocked. When I worked with the ACLU, one year we did a Banned Books event. But not with such a genius use of the language as used in Duluth.

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  2. Thank you for sharing!!.. There have been many attempts in history’s past to hide the truth but truth always wins out in the end, especially in today’s world with technology and knowledge.. “The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom”. (Isaac Asimov).. 🙂

    Hope your path is paved with love and happiness and until we meet again..
    May your day be touched
    by a bit of Irish luck,
    Brightened by a song
    in your heart,
    And warmed by the smiles
    of people you love.
    (Irish Saying)

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  3. Poor Ray Bradbury’s spinning in his grave thinking, “What was the point?” You write Fahrenheit 451 as a warning/prophecy… but to no avail. It happens anyway. I do think the “don’t ban” folks outnumber the “let’s ban” folks. And hopefully they’ll always be outnumbered.

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