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Richard T. Jones
Deep down it's a story of helping your fellow beings
Good locations, good situations, easy going acting and a feel good factor.
God or no god, humanity is about helping each other.
Who doesn't like a good emotional tale?
Even if there was God, would he be more worried about what we think of him or what we think of our fellow beings?
Enjoy the show and allow yourselves to feel good sometimes.
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