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The League of Human Dignity?

My friend David Smith pointed me to a CNN article on a Sioux Falls, SD man, Patrick Deuel, who weighed 1,072 pounds when he checked into a hospital for a medically-supervised diet. The article is worth a look, if for no other reason than to ensure you won't miss a session at the gym for a while. What struck me, though, was this paragraph:

A group known as the League of Human Dignity helped arrange for Deuel to be driven to a local livestock scale, where he could be weighed.
Pardon me? The League of Human Dignity took him to a livestock scale? Am I missing something here?


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