April 24, 2014

via boston.barstoolsports.com

This is gratifying for me personally because I'm actually thinking about getting the same haircut.

Lupita Nyong’o is People magazine’s “Most Beautiful Woman In The World.” The actress certainly has had a huge year, winning the Best Supporting Actress Oscar, being named the new face of Lancôme, and recently gracing the cover of Marie Claire.

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If this doesn't dominate next year's Grammys, I'm gonna chalk it up to anti-Canadian sentiment (and demand someone's job, natch).

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I'd appreciate this even more if she had hair like Buhweet, but this is a start.

(The video, on the other hand, is full of white chicks. I wouldn't even watch it if I were you.)

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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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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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