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I don't know what motivates all the online outrage, especially when it continues past what we assume must have been the objective. That is why I asked in the post about what those continuing to express outrage over Hogan were aiming for and what our role in the endeavor is supposed to be.
As for the outrage being harmless, I'd have to disagree with you there. Losing someone's job is one thing; becoming a pariah along the lines of Michael Richards is quite another. But more than that, I think the real harm is to the rest of us. Whether we participate in the outrage or not, I believe we all pay a price for it.
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