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09/09/2010

Brian Brown added me to wall, then put up a wall. But verbal firebombs still make it over

by Jeremy Hooper

Remember when NOM president Brian Brown, completely out of the blue, added yours truly to his Facebook "friends" list? Yea, well, an update: After I left one perfectly fair, in no way personal comment defending LGBT people against the typical misinformation, Brian removed me. No harm, since I never asked to be on his list anyway. And let's get real: Do I really need to know how B-dog's doing in Farmville or Bananagrams?

However, since I did comment that one time, I still get emails whenever people respond to what I say. Followup comments that say things like this:

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Stay classy, anti-equality!

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