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Francis has had quite an illustrious career. He earned a degree in Theoretical Physics in his native Hungary. He has lived in Canada for more than forty years, doing research in Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science. He also writes poetry and plays the classical violin.
“Truth Can Hurt” may carry more than one moral. The truth can come as too little, too late. But it also has a deeper moral. The married couple, John and Anna, spend entirely too much time talking to themselves and far too little in talking to each other. The story shows how that is not only a VBI (Very Bad Idea) but a sure-fire FFD (Formula For Disaster). The moral: never go down that slippery slope. You may not get married but, at least, you won’t end up like John and Anna.
Francis Mont’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Francis. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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