No shortage of evil spirits |

No shortage of evil spirits

Dear Editor:

Regarding the Christian Dior article in The Aspen Times (“Lawsuit alleges manager put the ‘Christian’ back into Dior,” Sept. 5): Karen Snyder being fired for her religious beliefs by her supervisor, Kristen Pendergrass. This is laughable because, ironically, Pendergrass is herself a member of the radical religious right who believe there are evil spirits all over the place. Who is the nut-case here? Perhaps Pendergrass should go work for Oral Roberts or James Dobson.

Unfortunately, there is a small segment of the Aspen population who are members of this sect. Gosh, they probably have a difficult time in Aspen, considering the evil spirits everywhere.

Robin Goldfarb


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