Space Face 

The picture of LDS Church President Thomas Monson on the front page of City Weekly’s March 5 [“Two-Faced Utah”] issue reminded me of one of the characters on the British comedy Red Dwarf. I thought he looked a lot like Holly (Norman Lovett), the human face of the computer that advises the surviving crew of the spaceship.

Larry Haas
Salt Lake City

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