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IN OTHER WORDS, "no antagonism," which brings to mind a story from R. J. W. of Kentucky about a dipso who was lying in the gutter when a clergyman came along. The man of the cloth bent over him lovingly and asked him if he would like to renounce the Devil.
"Oh no!" muttered the drunk weakly. "The shape I'm in, I can't afford to antagonize anybody."