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Cracker. She called her a cracker.
June 16, 2014
8:28 am
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That is what's being said at this hour by a witness to a vicious attack on a 10-yr-old girl in the streets of Cleveland by a 13-yr-old girl. The Cleveland authorities have begun investigation and treating the assault as a "hate incident" because the older aggressor was a black girl and the younger victim a white girl. Rumors swirl wildly on the internet and social media sights about the incident being the catalyst for a greater cause of communication, learning and healing between the races. The whole thing was caught on video and TheBlaze has it and the story here...

"No arrests have been made as of Friday after an attack on a 10-year-old girl riding a scooter on a Cleveland sidewalk earlier in the week — but police are investigating the assault as a ”hate incident,” said, citing a narrative included with the police report."

“Cracker. She called her a cracker,” neighbor Jessica Jaworski told WOIO, who added that she witnessed the incident." ... -on-video/

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July 6, 2014
3:00 am
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I wonder if I opened a jewelry store with the entire theme based on crackers. Everything from the square Saltine or graham cracker brooch, to the Ritz or round soda cracker pendant; even a Goldfish and oyster cracker charm bracelet.

I know I would proudly wear cracker jewelry. If nothing else, it would serve as my personal badge of courage. Anyone else?

I guess maybe it's politically incorrect to believe in Cracker Exceptionalism.

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