April 17, 2014

Glenn Miller

Before he shot up that Jewish community center the other day, Glenn Miller ran for the United States Senate back in 2010.

The ad below ran on radio stations here in Missouri. It's racist as all hell, but apparently they were required by law to play it, because he was running for Senate.

That led me to toy around with the idea of running for the Senate, if only to share certain views on the radio, for shits and giggles, but I was only 29 years old at the time, and I'd since forgotten, until I was reminded just now.

I know he was also on the Stern Show. I wonder if Howard has addressed this at all. I haven't had Sirius in years.

If this guy had been a Muslim, they would have shipped his ass off to Gitmo years ago just for thinking this shit. (We have the technology.) If he were black, the police would have stopped him on the way there, to make sure he didn't have any weed in the car, and found the guns.

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via pitchfork.com

You can't check the video, because VEVO, but apparently she touches some black guys, and this got some people on Twitter all upset. Admittedly, I'm bothered, in a sense, just at the thought.

Below is a statement she issued via Facebook.

Continue reading "Sky Ferreira accused of using black people as props for music video"

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April 16, 2014

via jezebel.com

Admittedly, if a white guy somehow builds a career around sitting around in his underwear all day looking for certain kinds of girls on Tumblr, I will cry real tears.

I tried to ignore this woman for as long as possible. I really did. The first time I heard the term "butt selfie" and later, "Queen of the Butt Selfie," I knew nothing but frustration and eyerolls would come from me learning more about either of those things. So I drew my mind far, far away from this human and her butt selfies for as long as I've been able.

There is, of course, always a last straw. When I heard that Instagram celebrity Jen Selter was featured in an issue of Vanity Fair and being lauded as the first Instagram celebrity to score such a gig, I knew that the camel's back had not only been broken, but completely demolished. Now, I honestly can't say I'm too surprised by all this. It is, after all, Vanity Fair. Their main concern and focus is stated right there in the title. But the fact that this Jen Selter character is getting some sort of stamp of approval as Queen of the Asses is unacceptable and I'm here to set things straight.

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April 14, 2014

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Women are the worst. No homo.

Previously: Girls Are Assholes: In a Car

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April 11, 2014

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If Hillary Clinton really does become the next president, I'm moving to France.

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