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March 29, 2005


I sat down last night, with my two children, to watch the much-protested “Sugartime” episode of Postcards from Buster. A sweet, wholesome half-hour tour of life in rural Vermont (as seen through the video camera of the eponymous rabbit). Lots of maple sugar, dairy cows, and even a Shabbos dinner. Having now seen the show, I am more amazed than ever at the “controversy” it engendered.

We have a contingent of seriously twisted people in this country. And I don’t mean “Mom and Gillian,” the parents of Buster’s tour guides in this episode.

Posted by distler at March 29, 2005 12:02 AM

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Re: Sweetness

Hey Jacques,

I trust your judgement that this stuff is completely benign and harmless. I agree that this whole controversy is silly. But will you please stay away from these left-wing nuts at “” etc.? You certainly should if you want your readers to take you more seriously than them.


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