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Re: “Urban Outfitters' misguided "Eat Less" campaign

An illness is an illness regardless of what kind it is. It doesn't matter whether it effects skinny or fat..short or, white, or yellow. It should not be belittled and underestimated....EVER!! A negative campaign, is a negative campaign...especially if it undermines the journey these people have gone through. Freedom of speech was questioned.....well I think Urban Outfitters used theirs and the women in this article, as well as thousands of others, also voiced theirs. Everyone has the right to their feelings, opinions, and way of thinking. They also have the right to object when they believe something is not right. If people never stood up for their believes what kind of country would we be living in? The reason it was a top story in this particular paper is because it was local.

Posted by shmily0914 on 06/10/2010 at 4:17 PM

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