Fredo-gate

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    I really never considered it an ethnic slur. Anyone can be called Fredo. The implication, to me, was that the person wasn't very smart or bright. It has nothing to do with whether he was Italian, Polish, Irish or any other ethnic group.

    Being called Fredo was another way of calling someone dumb....not an ethnic slur. It's certainly not on par with using the N word.

    He should have just walked away. No question the guy was trying to goad him into a confrontation. Chris abided. Now it's going to follow him.
     
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    But at least I got to bang a few of Moe Green's cocktail waitresses.
     
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