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5-05-2008 @ 3:31PM
I'm not worked up at all. I would like to say I'm betting that most of you (who posted comments here) would not use the word 'Engrish' in front of an Asian person you didn't know out of respect, and I think just a bit of common sense would tell you the same should be true of postings here on this blog. Honestly - this post with the stereotyped misspoken word seems more from a children's after-school tv special about diversity than an actual serious poster - but then maybe he just knows who his audience is and how they will react.
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