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How a Guy with a Pepe the Frog Tattoo Feels Now That He Has a Hate Symbol on His Hand

"I'm worried someone without context will see my hand on a bus or something and start fearing me... or thinking there are more white supremacists and that they are a bigger threat than they really are."
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