There was something to be said about being the resident oddball, Smith thought. No one wanted to partner with him for an assignment, even temporarily, which ensured he’d always be at Kurdy’s side when there was a job to do, and have plenty of down time when there wasn’t.
Whether Kurdy believed God spoke to him, or like everyone else, thought him nuts, didn’t really matter. Kurdy trusted Smith to have his back.
Smith would have preferred that Kurdy believe he received messages from God, but even if he didn’t, Kurdy believed in him, and that was what really mattered.