Friday, August 03, 2007

Homer Simpson Meets Stiff Resistance on Giant Hill

As you'll probably already have heard by now, a 180ft high Homer Simpson has made a temporary appearance next to the chalk carved figure of the Cerne Abbas giant in Dorset and Pagans were said to be furious, on the grounds his image dececrated a scaret site and threatened ecological damage. I'll be discussing the rights and wrongs of this publicity stunt shortly, in my forthcoming Aquarius Debate show on with Martin Palmer of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation and former BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent, Ted Harrison. Meanwhile, I've climbed Giant Hill to see Homer for myself and asked some passing tourists what they thought. Listen to what they had to say here.

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