‘They Shouldn't Have To Use That Word,’ Say People In Crowd

By Ignacio McRobotface

LOLOZO, PA—Expressing their concern that the derogatory term was potentially damaging to the community, members of the crowd at Sunday’s Democratic presidential town-hall forum expressed their dismay Thursday after learning the candidates should not have to use the term “dang” in order to gain an audience. “I don’t think they should have to use that word at all—it’s just not appropriate in a political debate,” said audience member Katherine Sheldon, adding that she personally felt that using the term “dang” was making the candidates feel uncomfortable and that it could potentially lead to a rift with the people who supported them. “I am personally offended by that term, and I don’t think they should even use it. I know that ’s just the way it is.” At press time, Sheldon was reportedly using the word “dang” in the middle of a discussion about the economy.

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