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yeah, I agree. I'm a perfectly fine NYCer, and "unaffected" by the events. My
corner 'cig store' is run by ME guys--all just 'regular' guys and treat me like
a favotie customer--and I could never imagine they'd have *anything*at*all* to
do with *anyI of this.....
but yesterday, I really really did want to hate them, and i knew gut level
that'd be really really wrong for me to do.
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From: "CC" <texchanchan -at- yahoo -dot- com>
> Lots of people of Middle Eastern extraction work in
> high-tech. They may have trouble from prejudiced,
> vengeful idiots. Those of us from other backgrounds
> may need to stand up for our perfectly innocent
> co-workers who may happen to share an ethnic
> background with suspected terrorists.
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