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Thanks, children’s book!

Chalk one up for the belief that because a thing is old, it must be toothless. (Sort of like when the DJ at a party for kids fires up “Sex and Candy.) Yes, it’s worthwhile to note that Goya got very sick, and painted some strange things after he recovered. But did you have to use The Witches’ Sabbath as an example? So that, on the way to Mass, my daughter starts asking me why there are dead babies hanging from a pole in the background?

Comments

  1. Dorian Speed says

    What book?

  2. Jonathan Webb says

    What if they are re-animated and put in a story which clearly delineates good and evil dead babies.

    Would that satisfy you Mr. Picky?

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