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04/13/2012

Why NOM banned us (and why they'll look terrible if they do so again)

by Jeremy Hooper

The only thing I really care about in terms of the NOM social media fiasco from two days ago? That the NOM forums, which were freed up by whoever accessed the NOM Facebook site, remain open to a version of fair dialogue that NOM has not seen in years.

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*ignore the superfluous "to" in the last sentence.

Go speak truth to NOM's dwindling power! Facebook wall here.

**Oh, and FYI: You don't have to "like" the page to comment. So don't feel any need to do so.

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