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If it's that important to her and her class.... I mean, why should we spend
time and effort in helping her students without getting something more,
well, *respectful*, from her. I just feel like I'm being used and have
other things to do with my time.
I haven't seen any follow-up from her students, either, so this only
exacerbates my negative feelings about the whole thing.
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