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Submitted by J (not verified) on Sun, 10/21/2007 - 7:46pm.
As unfortunate as it is, we all do not agree on what is considered acceptable and what isn't. The truth of the matter is that the more we degrade these performers the more money they make. The majority of the Wilmington population cannot relate to the experiences that this man has gone through. We should all be thankful for that. However, it does sadden me that our School Board has decided to bring this type of performer to one of our schools. In a society that plays the politically correct game, this action surely falls short. I was raised to not to judge others. It is a shame that this performance was not presented at another location. I truly do not think it would have caused as much of an outcry as it has. I simply hope that as parents, we follow up with our biased comments. Explain to our children why we are so critical of this performer. Not just voice our dissatisfaction with the people we put in office.
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