Breaking News: Starbucks barista mishears customer's name. Washington Post is on it

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The Washington Post’s Super Bowl ad said the paper exists because “knowing empowers us, knowing helps us decide, and knowing keeps us free.” Which category of “knowing” does this bombshell fall into?


A man in Islamic dress told a Starbucks employee his name was Aziz. She put "ISIS" on the cup. https://t.co/adnwwshRo6
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 31, 2019



Wow, what would the country do without so many firefighting “journalists” these days?

"Starbucks asks for name, writes a completely different name" is something that happens hundreds of times a day since literally forever.

People misspell my name all the time.
 
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The Washington Post’s Super Bowl ad said the paper exists because “knowing empowers us, knowing helps us decide, and knowing keeps us free.” Which category of “knowing” does this bombshell fall into?


A man in Islamic dress told a Starbucks employee his name was Aziz. She put "ISIS" on the cup. https://t.co/adnwwshRo6
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 31, 2019



Wow, what would the country do without so many firefighting “journalists” these days?

"Starbucks asks for name, writes a completely different name" is something that happens hundreds of times a day since literally forever.

People misspell my name all the time.
My name is Futt Bucker. You can imagine how annoying it was to always be correcting people on my name. 2 Ts. Not one.
 
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From the story:

"No, this can't be resolved by a simple apology at this point. I feel as though I was discriminated against, and there's no apology that can simply be an apology at this point,"

What does he want then?

People are way too hypersensitive
 

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