Unlike many stars, he makes a point of having fan contact. His fans, on the whole, treat him fairly. Reeves usually reacts in a human way if treated rudely or unfairly. This is not acting like an "asshole," this is responding to an asshole.

One of the reasons I respect the man is because he shows grace under fire. He is seldom (if ever) involved in any scandal. He is self-deprecating and has a sweet nature. He is a very talented actor and musician. He is sometimes rude to the media, but who can blame him?

Lois Roots
via the Internet

To Err Is Human, To Forgive Bovine
Over the years I have found it very interesting that the single most common animal to grace the cover of your liberal rag is a cow. Believe it or not, this has troubled me for some time. But it wasn't until your June 26 Best of Denver cover, featuring a cow arriving on Earth in a spaceship, that I got really disturbed.

I have a small interest in the phenomenon of aliens and their travel crafts. I have a pretty good idea of what they are and what their "mission" is. Aliens are preparing for one of the world's greatest deceptions. So how do aliens and cows relate to each other? Well, let us start with the bovine.

From the Bible, we know that Lucifer's original form was that of a cow. When the Jews were at Mount Sinai waiting for Moses to return, they made an idol in the form of a calf. Why? Because in the book of Isaiah, Lucifer wishes to be worshiped like the Most High God of the chosen people, the Jews. In India's religion Hinduism, the cow is revered to be the most sacred animal. I wonder why?

Unfortunately, most Christians miss this altogether, but those in the occult know and understand this. Aliens are Lucifer's fallen angels priming all of humanity to distract man's focus from the One True God. I believe you at Westword know this and are happy to help the demonic in their occultic plan. You obviously know something, and I feel that you are flaunting it in public.

Name withheld on request

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