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Well, I didn't catch Connie Chung's comments. Is this really a topic for
our discussion group?
 
While racial/ethnic/gender stereotyping can be annoying, devisive, or
even insulting, this might be an opportunity for sensitivity education or
training, rather than knee-jerk stereotypical responses. Isn't the most
ironic part that Connie should/could have weighed her own identification
with the minority in question and decided to go with the story?
 
How about Connie Chung interviewing Connie Chung on the making of a news
story?
 
Charlie
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