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That'd be hilarious if a person wasn't almost stabbed to death... In all seriousness, though, how big of an idiot do you have to be to mistake sign language with "gang signs"?I'm curious as to what the train of though was before stabbing the man. I can't even imagine a scenario where the logical conclusion is stabbing somebody for basically walking down a street...
I'm curious as to what the train of though was before stabbing the man. I can't even imagine a scenario where the logical conclusion is stabbing somebody for basically walking down a street...
Neal, the guy doing the stabbing, isn't even in a gang, either. So why he was so quick to stab someone over gang affiliations he didn't even have himself is a little odd. But I guess that's why this is #nottheonion and not #news.
But what is sign language but elaborate gang signs?