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Black boys can't stare at white girls or suspended

Ohio. Considering it's a black magazine, I have my suspicions about this.

"An Ohio mother is fighting to have her 12-year-old son's permanent record wiped clean after he was suspended from his school for staring too hard at a White classmate during a staring contest.

According to Think Progress, the unnamed boy was having a staring contest with his White female classmate. After school, the girl reportedly went home and said that she felt intimidated and "fearful" by the boy. Her parents contacted school officials, who suspended the boy and made him write an apology letter."

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Re: black magazine
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that's even worse! It's a "commie rag"!!

Now I'm really suspicious about it's veracity. Probably a grain of truth and a truckload of spin.

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There's a difference between ...

not agreeing with someone (person, newspaper, site or TV channel) and thinking/suspecting it's a lie (they say or write).

Kees

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(NT) OK, what's the difference?

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