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From: Adam H. Kerman <ahk@chinet.com>
Subject: How can these sexual harassers save their careers?
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From: "Adam H. Kerman" <ahk@chinet.com>
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Subject: How can these sexual harassers save their careers?
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2017 16:57:16 -0000 (UTC)
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Every one of the accused should promise to name 10 other men that they
heard rumors about who harassed women. It can be as simple as some man
in a bad mood speaking harshly to a woman or lashing out at her for
something she had nothing to do with. It would be best if the incident
happened so long ago that there's no way to verify it, better still if
the woman in question is fictional, dead, or has no recollection of the
incident.

Lack of any ability to verify will be no problem at all, as these days,
journalism standards don't prevent rumors from being published in print
or on line.