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RAMON PRESSON: Much a do-do about nothing

“petty” adjective. 1. of little importance; trivial. Synonyms: trivial, trifling, minor, small, insignificant, inconsequential, inconsiderable, negligible, paltry, footling, pettifogging adjective. 2. of secondary or lesser importance, rank, or scale examples: "petty cash, petty official, petty theft” 3. noun, capitalized. Petty, as in Richard Petty, King Richard, the winningest NASCAR driver of all time. Example: Petty let me sit in the driver’s seat of his car when I was six years old. (see black & white photo in my office.) A most trivial pursuit Last week I got an email from a children's therapist in Tampa, Florida demanding I remove the subheading "The Kid Counselor" from a section of my bio on the “About” page of my website. The phrase in a remote place on

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