Concerning the interview in the Sheep and Goats column about La Jolla Fellowship.
I am sure that most readers of this publication who are intelligent enough to understand that to have made a choice to believe in the existence of a god are therefore intelligent enough to know that such a such a choice would have to have been made without any concrete evidence or proof, but made solely on faith. For anyone to claim that it is a fact that Jesus said anything about anything in particular is making a statement based on that faith.
Faith is nothing more then a belief; it is not evidence or proof of anything. So, when a pastor or clergyman of any faith says anything about truth, I hope that this simple fact comes to mind.
By the way, the title of this column, Sheep and Goats, is applicable.
A Woman’s Worth
I’m calling with regard to your article, “Get ‘em While They’re Young” (SD on the QT). Hold on to your ovaries, gals!
I recently massaged a 54-year-old woman on Rosarito Beach who’d had a hysterectomy five years earlier. Since then she’s fallen apart, plus she’s 50 pounds extra. She told me that she had the doctors explicitly not to remove her ovaries. They agreed. After the operation the doctors told her they had removed her ovaries — that it was best.
The bastards did the very same thing to me 40 years ago. Here in the 21st Century, Google says women’s ovaries are selling for $1 million each! Choke on that one.
- Nancy Cuskaden
- Tijuana, Mexico