The title of the above article was “when you say ‘fargo,’ we think you mean ‘murder.'”
The article was written by a commenter on the video’s Facebook page, and it appeared to have been shared over 1,000 times.
I thought that was a joke.
The article didn’t say what happened, and we don’t know if it was shared because it was a parody or if the commenter actually intended to say it out loud.
The original poster was a friend of the woman who posted the video.
She told Vice that she “wasn’t shocked by what was said” and that “we don’t condone this behavior.”
“It was a very bad joke, and a very poor choice of words,” she said.
“People are going to laugh at it, and they’ll probably say, ‘Oh, I was going to say that, but then I saw the other person’s face and I knew she was joking.’
I mean, I think they should be punished for that.”
The comment, by another commenter who identified himself as “Drew,” also called out the woman for using the word “murder” and wrote that the “woman who posted it has a history of saying racist stuff.”
I have a problem with how this video was viewed and then made fun of.
I’m tired of it.
It’s just disgusting.
Drew, who is a local man and resident of the small town of Fargo, Alaska, said that the video was a “poor choice of language.”
He added that he found the joke “very upsetting” and “offensive” because the woman in the video “doesn’t even have the decency to try to explain what she meant.”
If I were a person who thinks it’s okay to say something like this, Drew told Vice, “I’d have to be a white supremacist.”
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