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My caption is:
How sad that a person has to go through life with a grotesque deformity that no doubt has caused considerable psychological pain and embarrassment.
Maybe she lives in a culture where such oddities are indicative of their local god’s blessing -who knows? The ancients believed that epilepsy was a divine affliction, so maybe that’s the case for this lady.
If not, then I imagine that she might be shunned by the superstitious.
I changed the picture. It wasn’t meant to be hurtful or sad. Sorry only meant for fun.
44 kbs is better tham nothing
A3, I’m puzzled- are you and “The Atheist” the same entity?
Yes – we’re on and the same. I accidentally used the wrong moniker – I meant to use AskAnAthiest.org
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