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First thing first, compensation has been met, public apology, without attitude, second of all lighten up. Does anyone think that “Casey” would go to work and think, hey how can I insult someone tonight? The lady was quick to ask for money, how about sitting down and meeting the manager and seeing what kind of person she is? I can’t vouch for this Casey person because I don’t know her, but I can say that the race card was pulled too quick on this one, you have to look at the situation, I believe it most likely was just an over sensitive customer, and an over playful employee. Switch this around would it be an issue if the black lady called Casey’s kids monkeys at the store because they were rough housing and playful? I don’t think so. I still have yet to see the racism that is supposed to be alive and well in Wilmington, and yes I have gone to the P.J.’s and the nicer areas as well as the tourist sites, have not had a bad experience yet. I am white and not racist; in my past job I worked with criminals all day long, Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, etc. I had no problems because I have learned you treat people the way you would like to be treated, until they don’t accept it, and then you treat them accordingly. The lady doesn’t just want an apology she wants money, treat her accordingly.


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