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January 24, 2008


Andrew Levine

Ironically, though, when posters comment about David Lat's sister, those posts are quickly removed. I guess we all have things that we are thin-skinned about.

Jonathan Frieden

I don't post on Above the Law, so I don't know if posts about David's sister get removed or not. In fact, I can't for the life of me think of why David's sister would be relevant to the discussion over there but I may be missing something.

In any event, even if Above the Law does remove insulting and irrelevant posts about David's sister (or any other person), it doesn't have anything to do with how thick a skin David, himself, has.

David's ability to ignore baseless criticism leveled against him is clear to anyone who reads his site. His skin is not any less thick if he won't tolerate baseless and immaterial criticism leveled against others.

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