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Because it was taken in a public place and we felt that it was a picture that was out there in the wide world. We weren't invading her privacy in printing that particular picture. The people in the office were genuinely quite shocked at how she looked in that picture, and we felt that we took a gentle approach rather than a kind of finger-pointing approach to that piece, but our readers, it's the kind of thing our readers would have said.

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