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|Jul 15 2010, 11:58 PM|
But others have -- and they've also said much worse.
Let's not forget a couple of things:
1. Art is subjective.
2. Dena's job is a small part of who she is. She most certainly deserves to be treated with dignity, because she's above all, else, human. And may belong to a church, or a number of clubs or service organizations. Plus, she's a mother. That's a damn good thing.
Her job makes up so very little of herself. I'm alarmed that some would rob her of her dignity -- literally -- because of her perceived job performance.
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