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Friday, 28 February 2014 14:18

A Spokesmodel's Indignation

Publication/Event date: 2014-02-27
Publication name: Bea’s Beat
URL for more info: http://www.caps-web.org/blogs/bea/2014/02/27/a-spokesmodels-indignation/
Summary:
I thought for sure that South Shore Living had chosen me to be one of the 10 most influential women on the South Shore of Boston. I was able to live with the fact that the magazine had chosen Mother because she and I posed for photos together for the article. She also posed with the Bratty Brothers (Spencer, Wylie, and Oliver), but being that I was quite the consummate professional and they acted like brats, I was positive that the magazine was going to feature the photo of Mother and me posing on an overturned rowboat. To my dismay, the magazine used a photograph of Mother sitting with Oliver (Wylie is below them, but you can’t see much of him). Oliver is very prominent in the photo. How could this have happened?

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