Fight of the Millennium

I know people who are heavily invested in the C vs A fight of the first panel. I can generate interest in the debate, but ultimately, I’m not enthused enough to take a side. The ironic thing is, John Calvin wouldn’t recognize the modern day “Calvinists” and Jacob Arminius would probably disown the Armenians.


There are people who think this way. Who didn’t realize “The Hobbit” (and LOTR) were loosely based on existing books. But now, I’m surprised they didn’t come out with watered-down, simplified novels for the movies. Publishing thinks less and less of it’s readers and is mandating that authors not use compound sentences, keep the paragraphs short, and write everything at an 8th grade level. Are they correct in thinking so low of their audience, or are they trying to make their readers dim?