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Jennifer

I don't support his comments, and didn't like his show, but I'm pretty sure he's been saying this stuff for years. So, I was a little surprised that people were so shocked by it.

I still don't understand what changed -- did people just become aware? Did they really not know what sort of things were said on his show? Maybe.

But, it's likely that something did change -- the technology. Think about it -- this thing spread across the web long before it hit mainstream media. It was truly a grassroots controversy. I only came to realize this after reading an essay on Shelly Palmer's blog:


It's worth checking out:
http://advancedmediacommittee.typepad.com/emmyadvancedmedia/2007/04/imus_in_a_techn.html

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