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August 24, 2006

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Whitney

Susan...Welcome and thanks for dropping by (and for the link). Hope we'll see you again soon!

Aimee -- The PA situation is the worst I've seen (in person or by way of someone else's photos). It's difficult to see how cruel some people can be. You wonder if there will ever be a day when things like this don't happen anymore. We can only hope.

Susan Reynolds

Your blog is very informative and I'm glad to add it to my resource list! Thanks for doing this worthwhile work.

Aimee, PJ and Swingley

We saw these photos on the mccue site, too. They are horrifying. I'm so glad you were able to take a bunch in. Unbelievable to think how thoughtless some people can be.

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