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Child of the Damned
Just so you know …
L. Neil Smith
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Re: Child of the Damned
Dear L. Neil,
I don't know how much backstory you got, but I was in Sweden this latest summer.
The following facts appeared.
1) GT spent what should have been her best growing years as an anorexic, which explains her weird appearance. Parents trying everything and anything they could think of to appease her, one assumes.
2) Mother is a famous (at least in Sweden) opera singer.
3) Father is part of a VERY successful public relations company. Bernays laughing in his grave.
The by far most plausible scenario is GT’s parents set up the whole thing and masterminded it. GT was mostly a pawn, but liked the attention, the more outrageous the better. Like the sailing across the Atlantic, which necessitated quite a few transatlantic flights for staff setting the whole thing up. Also, a sailboat that sails the Atlantic in two weeks is possible only by using all sorts of exotic materials, expensive to extract and/or manufacture. Carbon footprint, anybody?
Re: Re: Child of the Damned
Regarding those who exploited this young lady:
It would be better for him if a millstone were hung
around his neck and he were cast into the sea than that he should cause
one of these little ones to sin.
— Luke 17:2
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