FAYETTEVILLE, AR?Craig Schaffner, 46, a Fayetteville-area computer consultant, has earned the pity of friends and acquaintances for his tragic reluctance to embrace the unverifiable, sources reported Monday.
«I honestly feel sorry for the guy,» said neighbor Michael Eddy, 54, a born-again Christian. «To live in this world not believing in a higher power, doubting that Christ died for our sins?that’s such a sad, cynical way to live. I don’t know how he gets through his day.»
Coworker Donald Cobb, who spends roughly 20 percent of his annual income on telephone psychics and tarot-card readings, similarly extended his compassion for Schaffner.
«Craig is a really great guy,» Cobb said. «It’s just too bad he’s chosen to cut himself off from the world of the paranormal, restricting himself to the limited universe of what can be seen and heard and verified through empirical evidence.»
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(vía Follow Me Here).