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LMAO: Let Me Ask Obama


"I’d like to raise both of my middle fingers to him and anyone who thinks profanity is somehow more harmful to our children than images of violence and misogyny." - Happy birthday, M.I.A.!

When people write about Saved by the Bell today, they focus on the big cell phone, the eye-assaulting wardrobe, and a certain someone’s breakdown after a brief fling with caffeine pills. No matter how silly this show was, there’s no doubt of its popularity—to take this subject matter seriously is to take our consumption of culture seriously. This swirl of messages about gender and race in the show are confusing, but in my case, and perhaps for many others, I left the show behind in search of better characters with more relatable experiences. And yet no matter what I’ve found, I know that the show will always be around, airing weekday mornings as a nostalgic recitation of what a bunch of old male writers thought of young high school women.
From "Nostalgia Does Not Make Saved by the Bell Grow Sweeter" by Emily Hashimoto. 

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Man shoots himself. Tells police a Black man did it.


If I wrote a little blurb about every white person that blamed a crime on an Imaginary Negro, that’s all I would have time to write about.  This story in particular caught my eye because I can’t figure out the motive, and you know how I hate being unable to suss out racists folks’ reasoning.

I’m about 87% sure this is the waste of skin in question (more on that later):


But I’m 100% sure he’s a worthless racist.

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