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Posted February 21, 2008
The author is critical of the shallow mean mommies at a private school, yet he is exactly like them. He is critical of the clothing worn by people less stylish than he is, just as the mean mommies are, but thinks it's terrible when they do it and seems to be fine when he does it. He allows them to be racist and homophobic and acts like he agrees-ironically, he's gay. He cozies up to the mean moms so he can be included and liked by rich beautiful people, but then says he disapproves of their words and actions. He does not stop the students at the school from saying and doing mean things which as an employee of a school, he should do. He continually repeats the fact that he hates everything about his job, yet does not leave. There is nothing funny about this book-it would be funny to hear about rich shallow women who are oblivious to their actions, but to have a man go along with it just so he fits in and then condemn it, is no better than those women. It was very unsettling to know that people like this are out there. I couldn't even finish it and I very rarely do not finish a book that I start.
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