Difinition confirmation (please read)...

From: Sellam Ismail <dastar_at_ncal.verio.com>
Date: Thu Aug 5 01:17:00 1999

On Wed, 4 Aug 1999, Buck Savage wrote:

> The term CRACKER is as old a the railroads, if not much
> older than that: it was used in the 1800's (and to some
> degree, this usage remains today) to refer to those
> persons with a nack for entering a safe without permission!
> Forget your history, and you are doomed to relive it!

You white boys is all crazy! Everyone knows a "cracker" is just another
term for whitey.

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