a) He believes there is no such thing as "bad" publicity -- he's probably reveling in this. b) If there's no money for even a part-time photographer, how did they afford their trip to India? c) I'm shocked, shocked (!) to hear that he's made his magazine "successful" by using deceit and hypocrisy.
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I think that QuarryGirl should have simply approached VegNews with the information and given them the opportunity to correct their mistake before going public with it. Mistakes are sometimes made but exposing dumb, simple mistakes only hurts the vegan movement. People will not remember the name VegNews but rather they will remember the action and how it reflects on vegans. I know some people like attention but really, if a dumb mistake is made again and you are privy to the information then just give the 'evildoer' a chance to correct the mistake before going public and damaging the vegan movement, please!
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