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    4 Responses to “Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Monday, November 5, 2007 – Duane “Dog” Chapman: When Is An Apology Considered Sincere?”

    1. LilPuma on November 5th, 2007 8:28 am

      How many of us haven’t said something outrageous and insulting in a moment’s anger? If Duane Chapman’s son can go on Bill O’Reilly or Larry King and tell us that his father’s personal and professional behavior displays bigotry and hate towards blacks or any other race, then there’s reason to put this in the news. If not, this was released to the media as an act of anger and revenge. Of course, the media picks it up in its insatiable desire to shock. Whether it’s David Hasselhoff, Alec Baldwin or even Paris Hilton, a moment of anger or stupidity in private should remain private. Let’s put out time and energy into exposing and ending real discrimination and hatred.

    2. brie on November 5th, 2007 12:28 pm

      Wouldn’t want Tucker at my Thanksgiving dinner…

      I believe Duane was sincere when he apologized…he isn’t about hurting people, that’s obvious, he’s about enforcing justice and finding the bad people that hurt innocent victims. I’m sure the families of these victims are more than thankful as well as those of us.

      It’s just time to move on, he has written a best seller and his show had excellent ratings. He is a good person. Accept his apology, he made a mistake.

    3. PAS on November 5th, 2007 8:04 pm

      To me an apology is sincere when the actions of the person change. Words mean nothing. If Dog goes on tv this week and says he is very sorry, he will work hard to help the black community, will give to charities, and will try and understand why saying that word is wrong, than I may forgive him.

      But if he goes on tv and instead blames the whole thing on his son and the girl, and then proceeds to rip them apart (as his lawyer has been doing), than I say forget it.

      And it’s amazing to me how many of Dog’s followers keep going on and on about how we need to just shut up and forgive him, then they go and berate his son and say he should be denied forgiveness. If Dog wants others to forgive him, than he needs to lead by example.

    4. brie on November 6th, 2007 1:41 am

      Dog has plenty of followers and fans, those that appreciate what he has already done, he doesn’t need to go beyond his accomplishments to appease anyone…if you want to be appeased in any other way..find your own direction….he’s already declared himself as a good example!

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