One of the two U of #OK (not to be confused with You Okay) students expelled for racist singing apologized. He was a member of the now defunct #SigmaAlphaEpsilon fraternity. He said, “I am deeply sorry for what I did Saturday night. It was wrong and reckless. I made a horrible mistake by joining into the singing and encouraging others to do the same." Duh? I hate to be the picker of nits but what is he sorry about? He didn't apologize for being a racist. He apologized for singing. Apparently, he is a very poor singer. Since he wants to go that route, I have taken the liberty of drafting a new confession that speaks more clearly to his heart:“I'm sincerely sorry that I was caught on video singing racist chants. Those who know me know that I can't sing a lick or carry a tune. It's regrettable that I even encouraged others to sing off key. This isn't going to look good on my resume. I'm also sorry that I allowed cellphones and cameras on the bus. In the future I'll do a thorough pat down for phones, cameras and wires. Anyone found with these devices will be thrown under the bus. I am very disappointed that the frat code of “What Happens at SAE, stays at SAE” was violated -- So much for brotherhood. If you need to contact me in the future, I'll be doing an internship with the KKK. Sieg Heil!”
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