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05/09/2011

Dear comment-deleters at the New Yorker's Family Research Foundation:

by Jeremy Hooper

We all know you scrub fair-minded comments for no reason other than their failure to subscribe to your preconceived monologues. You proved that to us on Friday.

But here's the thing: If you're going to make a lifestyle choice to delete comments, you might also want to delete your own responses to them. Because if not, you're left looking prone to flights of self-dialogue:

EX. 1:

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EX. 2:

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[NYFRF Facebook]

Or you could, I don't know -- start listening to actual gay people when they tell you about their lives and loves and why civil marriage equality matters to the same?!

Sorry, hope my radically militant suggestion didn't shock you all too much.

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*MORE: Some of us got through and left comments on their Wall. All three have since been deleted:

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