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9/13/02… when it once more became fashionable

To be a bigoted, racist, frightened ignorant redneck Bitch like the customer Eunice Stone at the Shoney's restaurant who dialed 9/11 on three young men who just happened to be Medical Students but also happened to be dark skinned "Arab looking" and speaking "Arabic". This from somebody who speaks no language other than English thus wouldn't recognize the difference between Arabic and ANY other language besides English. As it turned out, the only language all of them spoke was English, thus, the Mrs Stone was LYING THROUGH HER REDNECK TOOTH about them speaking anything else. The "free" press had a field day with it including absolute gems of Hate Speech by Peggy Noonan. NOONAN: [T]he Southerners eyeball the young Muslim males, and the young Muslim males feel the vibe. And they don’t like it. They resent it. Here they had two clear choices: Try to understand the emotions of the people around them—people who’ve been bruised, who’ve seen their country take a roundhouse right from history—and choose to be polite and friendly. The young Muslim males could smile and nod, for instance. This probably would have gone far in making progress between peoples, for one thing we’ve all read about the terrorists of Sept. 11 is that they never bothered to be nice. They tended to treat the Americans with whom they interacted with Sullen Dead Face—the inexpressive look young men put on so it will be hard for you to read them. Because they don’t want to be read. Because they want to convey an air of some menace. They could have introduced themselves to the waitress, mentioned they're on their way to medical school. They could have been quiet, minded their business, chatted softly. But they didn’t bother to be nice. They wanted things on their terms. So they took option two. They sensed the questioning within the gazes, and they thought it would be amusing to show these stupid and uneducated Southern people, these dumb crackers, these yokels, who was boss. You think we’re bad guys? We’ll show you bad guys. And so one of them or a few of them said the things Eunice Stone says she overheard. Talk about explosions, references to Sept. 11, talk about how Sept. 13 will be even bigger. Noonan paints an exceptionally unflattering portrait of the three medical students. (She ends up describing them as “bigots.”) But did any part of this story actually occur? Noonan has no way of knowing. In fact, she isn’t describing events and thoughts she can actually show to be true. Early on in this startling column, she describes her bizarre, corrupt method: NOONAN: I wasn’t there, but I listened to everyone who spoke of it and watched the story closely. And it’s not hard to imagine what probably happened that day at Shoney’s. “It’s not hard to imagine what probably

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