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Neil Gaiman reads his credo, what he believes

Neil Gaiman reads his credo, what he believes

(4:05) Comic book author Neil Gaiman reads his credo on freedom of speech, written after the Charlie Hebdo massacre. From Heartbreak Hotel, a one-night show with Amanda Palmer in Tampa, Florida - Feb 14, 2015.

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Nobody shot at him, heckled or interrupted during his reading so I guess he was preaching to the converted. All he has to do now is make the terrorists listen and understand.

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Nobody shot at him, heckled or interrupted during his reading so I guess he was preaching to the converted. All he has to do now is make the terrorists listen and understand.

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