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Know thyself, Ms Stewart

Reader comment on item: Amazon.com's Koran Desecration Problem
in response to reader comment: Ms Basarudin can find help

Submitted by Robin Church (United States), Sep 28, 2007 at 10:30

It does seem the responsibility of a book seller to make sure they are not selling a book that has been marred in a profane manner. I would be offended if I bought a bible and it had profanity or personal attacks on Christ in it, or if I had bought a novel and found it marked in a manner which distracted from its content. T

here is some accountability involved in selling used books. Ms. Stewart's condescending, haughty note says much more about her than it does about the issue or about the woman who complained. It seems she could benefit from a little of her own advice. ...


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