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Published: Friday, June 8 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Draper, UT

To disrespect a man while he's alive is one thing, to discredit him after his passing is nothing but exceptionally poor judgment. I've lost considerable respect for the DN in running this piece.

Salt Lake City, UT

@CLM: Did you even read beyond the headline, and get to the link to the article on the reason site? Or are you just knee-jerk reacting to the title? Because that's exactly what the article is talking about: think about it. Thank you, DNews, for offering another voice, especially about Mr. Bradbury. I found it instructive.

BTW, from the original article (for those that didn't make it that far):

"Fortunately for the world, Ray Bradbury escaped the censors and insured that his work will live forever."

Now tell me again how that is discrediting the man?

Draper, UT

You're right, IV_XX. I stand corrected. The article in Reason most definitely celebrates Mr. Bradbury. However, the parts pulled out of context made the DN piece sound mocking. I'm glad I was wrong about that.

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