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Re: [mythsoc] John J. Miller on Christmas & Chronicles of Narnia on National Review Online

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  • Stolzi
    Miller does have a major goof in one of his articles, calling Doug a son-in-law of Lewis, but I m sure it is only a slip of the keyboard. As for the
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      Miller does have a major goof in one of his articles, calling Doug a
      "son-in-law" of Lewis, but I'm sure it is only a slip of the keyboard.

      As for the four-year-old at the movies, probably MRS Miller implores dad to
      take them all out of the house sometimes. I've had kids. Trust me. :)

      mary
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "David Bratman" <dbratman@...>

      .
      >
      > I like that line too. Christmas is the "silver lining" to winter

      Good line of yours!
      >
      > This is the same writer who argued forcefully that LWW comes first
      > (<http://www.nationalreview.com/miller/miller200510280725.asp>). He took
      > his children to see the movie
      > (<http://www.nationalreview.com/miller/miller200512090900.asp>) and
      > reports
      > that they liked it, though the four-year-old was a bit too young and
      > squirmed a bit. The kid also squirmed through "March of the Penguins",
      > which is far too long and slow-moving a film than I'd take a four-year-old
      > to see.
      >
      > David Bratman
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