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November 24, 2011



Interesting discussion about how the US people or state governments feel about or respond to immigrants (legal or otherwise). The Alabama story reminds me of the book Atlas Shrugged (Ayn Rand) though the twist is that this time it's the average workers who stopped working, no the leaders.

On another point in line with the reflection above, I once heard a tale of a school teacher (university professor?) who included a problem on his test, at the end of the semester, to write down the name of the janitor who cleans the classroom...
Good reminder to respect and get to know the people around us, regardless of apparent status or position.

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