"I see no evidence of anything I'd call "grace" in a woman who churns out short stories wherein every character is so warped, damaged, and bent that when I read the story I think death would be a mercy for them all. I had to read some of her stuff in my undergrad years and just came away incredibly grateful that I wasn't raised Catholic. It obviously does long-lasting damage to twist a mind that hard for that long. Even as adults they have a Pavlovian response to anything that caresses the poison oak like itch coating their psyches from years of brainwashing."
LOL I suppose the irony will escape you; but, your posts could have been lifted from the dialogue of one of the warped, damaged or bent characters in one of her novels that you so despised.
Since I never addressed you in the first place and our conversation began when you responded to a post meant for another, your "sir goodbye" huffiness is only amusing. You step in uninvited and then stalk out in a huff when you can't convert someone to your way of thinking. Oh well, as you said, goodbye.
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