She wrote that post for her client and used it to defend herself. Grotesque for a PR agent. A huge disservice to her clients, and an embarrassment to the professional marketing and publicity field. Don't think this of all of us. We're charitable and we give, along with our clients, however we can, and decline when we can't. We don't eviscerate charities (of all things) in the paper, and we don't use our clients names in ill-conceived attempts to bring attention to ourselves. Word to the wise: *Never* use publicists whose first concern is publicizing themselves.
The ultimate slap in the face must be having to throw your self-aggrandizing self under the bus WHILE pretending to comment AS YOUR CLIENT, whose reputation you just destroyed.
Only one question for this person: Have you no decency? I'll accept Aaron Siegal's answer as yours since you're hiding behind his handle.
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