Re: youth protection (?)
Larry Rinaldo (lrinaldo@R02DG05.R02.EPA.GOV)
Tue, 10 May 1994 16:29:06 -0400
Alan Wolfson writes:
=> ....to view the once-in-a-lifetime annular eclipse.....
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=> EVERYONE can, and should, observe the wonders of God.
Let me give you a reaction from the streets of New York. During the lunch
hour, I had an errand to run. Buying a house, that's a whole story in itself.
But on my way from my office building I was walking down Broadway, I carried
with me just two small pieces of paper, one had a pin-hole in it. While walking
I observed people trying to take a picture of the eclipse and noticed that
the sky had the appearance as if it was going to rain. Actually, the eclips was
just starting. So I took out my two little pieces of paper and stopped to view
it for myself.
All of a sudden, it seemed like within seconds, I had a crowd of at least 50
people gathered around me. As a side note, a police officer came by, and
thinking this was a quick buck, shell game, asked me to move on. When I showed
him the two pieces of paper, he said "No problem" got a silly grin and he
As the eclipse was continuing, I watched it with my NEW group of friends. This
might sound like a story, or that I might be pulling you leg. In all honesty,
this is the truth. When it came time for me to leave, because I had to GET
back to work, the small crowd gathered around me asked me to leave my two small
valuable papers. I did, and smiled went back to work.
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