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SIN IS LIKE A RACCOON


In A View from the Zoo, Gary Richmond, a former zookeeper, has this to say:


Raccoons go through a glandular change at about 24 months. After that they often attack their owners. Since a 30-pound raccoon can be equal to a 100-pound dog in a scrap, I felt compelled to mention the change coming to a pet raccoon owned by a young friend of mine, Julie. She listened politely as I explained the coming danger.


I'll never forget her answer. "It will be different for me...." And she smiled as she added, "Bandit wouldn't hurt me. He just wouldn't."



Three months later Julie underwent plastic surgery for facial lacerations sustained when her adult raccoon attacked her for no apparent reason. Bandit was released into the wild.


Sin, too, often comes dressed in an adorable guise, and as we play with it, how easy it is to say, "It will be different for me" but the results are always predictable.


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