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I never thought of myself as a party pooper, but thats how I feel after the hammering I’ve taken over my Oct. 20 NU column and Oct. 10 blog posting, in which I not only slammed AIG for taking top producers on junkets right after getting a federal bailout, but challenged agent acceptance of such incentive compensation on principle. Read on for a summary of reader feedback, and feel free to add more comments of your own before we lay this controversy to rest.

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