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Earlier this week, science fiction writer Ray Bradbury died. Bradbury is the author of Fahrenheit 451 and many, many other books. Brooke explains how her love of science fiction began with Bradbury.
I learned so much about the way the world works from reading his books and listening to him speak - I think of him nearly ever evening when I look out my window and notice almost every apartment glowing with huge flat screens for hours and hours. We will not have to worry about the government making us dumb, we will do it willingly...
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