Rocking a KKK Outfit During a White Out Probably Won’t Win Over Any Fans

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February 25, 2013 2:02 PM by Wade Blogs

Screen Shot 2013-02-25 at 1.13.28 PMDaily Caller – A state semifinal hockey game in North Dakota has managed to make national news because three unidentified students decided it would be a good idea to attend the game dressed in what appeared to be Ku Klux Klan-style garb.

The game between Red River High School of Grand Forks and Davies High School of Fargo was played at the Ralph Engelstad Arena on the campus of the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks.

The three fans were sitting in the Red River High School student section. Shane Schuster, 19, photographed the students and uploaded the image on Twitter, according to the Daily Mail.

Can’t say this was a smart move, can’t say this was a kind move, can’t say I’d do the same given the circumstances. I can say that these kids were asking for it in today’s “camera age” and they are morons. Honestly, I know it is a white-out and all but no need to bring the KKK into this. Why not dress up as ghosts? You went out of your way to make the pointy hat and shit. This is pure insensitivity. Pure idiots.

This shit doesn’t happen in Chicago/New York/ Boston because we know better. But I guess in North Dakota you got nothing else to do other than use racism to spice up your sad life. I know they are kids and don’t know any better…but c’mon man! You are in high school, you already know what it is.

Alright Rant over.  Someone send me a picture of something funny/sexy/cool to brighten up Monday.


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