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Brother Defends His Sister After Someone Leaves A Nasty Note

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There's nothing like a brother who comes to his sister's defense.

A Chicago man penned an open letter to the person who left a nasty note under his sister and brother-in-law's Colorado hotel room.

The unidentified person's letter started with thanks for bringing a screaming baby to a ski-resort and waking everyone up.

The person went on to say "babies don't ski so there are no reasons to bring them." 

Well the baby's uncle wasn't having it.  He posted an open letter to the thoughtless person on his blog "dad on the run."

In his response, he shared how his brother-in-law was a brain surgeon.  He said his dedication to helping others meant spending time away from his wife and daughter. 

He added that he was at the resort for a medical conference to learn how to better treat patients with brain injuries.

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