>(McGee's) partner numbers could have rivaled those of
Wilt Chamberlain and I
>doubt it would have troubled him. Methinks he saw promiscuous women as the
>candidates for "death stink," and men as merely good-naturedly randy. In
>other words, I don't think he'd have ever made the gender substitutions that
>you did in the text.
No, I never said he did. But read the later books. As the
series progresses, McGee certainly does question his own
lifestyle more and more. And even in his early books, there
are moments of, if not self-doubt, at least acknowledgement
that even pleasure has its price. note that even in the
passage Bill quoted, he does refer to himself as a
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