Pro Tip

If you read a report of a hate crime, and it doesn’t involve unrelated witnesses, much less actual physical presence (to say nothing of physical contact), assume its a hoax first, then verify.

And, on verifying, almost invariably congratulate yourself on not being fooled!

I did that with this story. And most every one like it in the past 18 months.

It’s served me well.

8 thoughts on “Pro Tip

  1. So, the restaurant bans the guy. They find out that it was fake, and invite him back. I’m going to go out on a limb, and say that I’d not be returning even after being invited back.

  2. “I deeply made a huge, big mistake. And I’m in the process of getting the help that I need.”

    I dont normally advocate violence but there is no help for you honey, a lobotomy would be the best non-lethal solution I can think of. The fact that you thought this was okay, in any possible way, means you are a lost cause and no longer deserve to be a part of society.

  3. How long before the “even if it’s a lie, it’s still true” crowd shows up?

  4. I give it a week tops Greg. These shameless SJW, vitrue-signalling, “woke”, fucking millenials are straight out of 1984

  5. Despite the beautiful writing, it’s a he, POD. And I’m guessing that a quick conversation by the patron got him caught–“here’s a sample of my writing, looks nothing like that.” He may also pay a price for college, not only in his lack of funds for college, but also because Dallas Baptist is indeed interested in a person’s moral/criminal record. Back to community college for you, Khalil?

    I bet that since the next meal is free, the steakhouse will see him again. They came clean, made sure the offending person is no longer there, and apologized.

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  7. But I thought that we’re supposed to believe the “victims” of hate crimes even after the evidence proves that it’s a hoax?!?!

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