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I hope her "need" to get from Sacramento to San Diego in the most scrappy, non-compliant way possible was worth the tsoris she's going to be going through now.
 

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I hope her "need" to get from Sacramento to San Diego in the most scrappy, non-compliant way possible was worth the tsoris she's going to be going through now.
If she’s still in SD, send her my way. I’d love to take my frustrations out on someone and she seems like a great candidate.
 

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I, as always, was being sarcastic! I seriously hope to never fly again (except obvs for overseas). I find nothing civil about the things we have to go through to fly these days.
Last time I flew I was given crap over my cane and was pulled out line for a search.

The best payback is to fake trying but failing to supress little moans of pleasure when they pat you down
 
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Racist Karen AND animal abuser. She was a VP at some big finance firm in NYC and they fired her for this. (I think the link I posted starts the video late so back it up to the beginning)

Amy Cooper, a white woman who last year became an international symbol of the routine racism that Black people face in their daily lives, is suing her former employer for firing her, arguing that she is a victim of racial discrimination.

Ms. Cooper makes the claim in a lawsuit filed this week against the investment firm Franklin Templeton, which terminated her employment a year ago after she was captured on a widely shared video in a tense encounter with a Black bird-watcher.

The lawsuit is the latest fallout from the May 2020 episode in Central Park, which touched off intense discussions about the history of white people making false, and sometimes life-threatening, accusations against Black people to the police.......

 
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Amy Cooper, a white woman who last year became an international symbol of the routine racism that Black people face in their daily lives, is suing her former employer for firing her, arguing that she is a victim of racial discrimination.

Ms. Cooper makes the claim in a lawsuit filed this week against the investment firm Franklin Templeton, which terminated her employment a year ago after she was captured on a widely shared video in a tense encounter with a Black bird-watcher.

The lawsuit is the latest fallout from the May 2020 episode in Central Park, which touched off intense discussions about the history of white people making false, and sometimes life-threatening, accusations against Black people to the police.......


Sorry Amy, but "butt crevasse" isn't a race.
 

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^ funny. Years ago, in the pre-Karen years a woman in front of me wanted a price check on an item where the difference was $0.60. I was next in line with a buggy full of groceries, and the other checkout lines were full. I think it was Thanksgiving week. I asked the cashier to not call for a price check and handed him $1. I said I wasn't covering the $0.60, but instead I was buying the time I would never get back from doing a price check for $0.60 savings. The woman didn't want me to pay it and told the cashier to give me back my money, and that she could afford it, but they had the wrong price. The guy behind me then took out a $1 and gave it to the cashier since she wanted me to have my $1 back. She got mad said to forget the price check and paid for it. But she did go to the Customer Service desk. I assume to get her $0.60 back.
To be fair think of all the stuff she could have bought with that sixty cents.
 

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