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Chris Connolly
Robert Llompart was proud of his wife, Kim’s, efforts in organizing the protest at E.B. Elliot’s. “I’m very annoyed about the show,” Robert said. “And I’m proud of what Kim’s done. Kids could look up to these people. We don’t have to stand for things like this being said about us.”
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I have just read this article and find it amazing that TV people continue to pass this kind of stuff off as "entertainment". As a former Long Islander I find this to be totally offensive to most people who live there. To perpetuate this type of stereotyping is not very nice. Keep your voices heard and maybe the pressure will persuade the people in charge of this to rethink their message.

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