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Dahleen Glanton: Why is everyone so shocked by the racial incident at Buffalo Wild Wings? This sort of thing happens every day

We don't know much about that white guy in the red T-shirt, except that he doesn't like sitting next to black people when he is eating his chicken wings.

He was once a regular customer at the Buffalo Wild Wings in Naperville, but now that he has given the restaurant chain its own chapter in the divisive Donald Trump-era debate about race, the corporate office has banned him from all of its restaurants.

We haven't seen his face, only a picture of his backside that Mary Vahl posted on Facebook after she and

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