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micheledutcher - In spite of the obvious moral to this story, I'm just so opposed to giving cash to strangers. I have taken people to a fast food joint and paid for their meal, only to watch them from a distance as they throw the food away and keep the coke. As far as a challenge between gods to find someone with a 'good heart', this tale holds up. But I still don't give money to strangers.
micheledutcher - mark211 wrote: An interesting take on the familiar trope of the natural and supernatural worlds being mirrors to one another; I certainly enjoyed the acronym SWMBO (which I guess would be pronounced either ‘swimbo’ or ‘swumbo’) for the not-se benign deity. Actually, it crossed my mind that an interesting variant could have been to include a legal discussion of how SWMBO could have got out of the Covenant (e.g. rainbows miraculously disappearing from the Earth) – but that’s not something I’m saying should be in there – just something I thought about while reading. It’s a nice diverting short story.
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