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Topic - Asia Carrera
An Idaho man is out of a job after he was charged with slapping a toddler on a flight earlier this month.
"Sorry is a crutch — a tyrannical lady-crutch. It’s a space-filler, a hedge, a way to politely ask for something without offending, to appear 'soft' while making a demand," Bennett wrote. "As far as ads go, this one is good — and yet when a shampoo brand is telling us to stop apologizing, it’s fair to say we’ve reached a 'sorry' tipping point."
Mrs. Bennett said the man then slapped her son in the face, scratching him below his right eye.