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March 4, 2013
He delivered his talk with elegance and class, unwavering and undetectable on concessions. Full throttle when in control and finishes opponents with paralyzingly wicked blows. You wouldn't want to be on the receptor of those phantom punches. The sarcasm and wit is the only consolation to dowse the heat. I don't know if I want to be like him which he wouldn't like it anyway, I'm sure he would love for me to be a better open thinker! Cheers Mr Hitchens!
June 15, 2012
I looked up to Mr. Hitchens as a brave, outspoken atheist/secular humanist--someone whom I should like to emulate in that regard, had I otherwise the practical ability in terms of familial and other ties.

Mr. Hitchens' writing was always incisive and precise. Since learning of his illness, I always knew that I should find myself shocked and grieved on the day I should read about his death.

Mr. Hitchens' death was more upsetting to me than I personally had anticipated. Even though I didn't know him personally, I cried when I heard that he had passed away; the news of his death left me with feelings of disbelief and regret for the loss of such a bright light in the atheist/secular humanist community.

I shall miss Mr. Hitchens immensely in terms of the intellectual stimulation his writing provided to modern life generally and to secular society specifically. Personally, in the past six months I've missed, and shall continue to miss, his incisive commentary. His writings are something I've historically tended to turn to at times of intellectual despair and dark nights of the soul.

His legacy shall live on in the recorded and written form.
May 15, 2012
Christopher had a gigantic intellect and insatiable hunger for truth, logic and reason. All antagonist's were fodder for his masterful debating skills and command of language.

The human species has lost one of it's ever too few real thinkers.
May 1, 2012
It will take me the rest of my life to appreciate Mr. Hitchens.
I only saw pieces of his speeches, but he was utterly brilliant.
I wish I could have corresponded with him in spite of my being the "American Commoner" that I am.
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