Archive for ‘racism’

October 14, 2018

How to racist

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First, go to Africa in a Halloween-grade colonizer outfit:

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October 3, 2018

Anne Frank And Martin Luther King Junior Were Born In The Same Year (1929)

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Anne Frank And Martin Luther King Junior Were Born In The Same Year (1929)

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One way to triumph over hate crimes is to become a historical icon that inspires millions.

September 1, 2018

Last call

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A racist walks into a bar and announces, “I’m going to buy everyone in this bar a drink except that black guy in the corner!”

Everyone cheers and downs their free drinks. The black guy smiles, holds up his thumb, and says, “Thanks, man.”

Confused, the racist leaves but he comes back again the following night. He announces, “I’m buying everyone in this bar a drink except that black guy in the corner!”

Everyone cheers once more and downs their free drinks. The black guy smiles even wider, holds up his thumb, and says, “Thanks, man.”

The racist is angry now and snaps at the bartender, “How come that black guy is so happy, I didn’t buy him anything.”

“Yes, you did,” says the bartender. “That’s the owner.”

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August 15, 2018

Better put some ice on that burn

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June 23, 2018

Sign of the times

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No smoking. No littering. No Nazis. NYC subway

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This notice in a New York subway station should be run off a thousand times and posted in every room, on every door, and above every toilet in the White House.

May 16, 2018

Any woman can tell you how effective discrimination can be

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May 4, 2018

White guy schools black woman on Kanye, in a black barbershop

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Yeah, he’s still alive, they applauded him.

March 31, 2018

Take THAT, ya backward-ass honkies

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March 5, 2018

Use “apropos” in a sentence

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Everyday Life Facts

This historical fact is fucking apropos.

January 31, 2018

They moved the gravestones, but they didn’t move the bodies

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An 1876 map showing Laurel Cemetery.

It was an historic Baltimore, Maryland, cemetery, dating back to 1852, full of famous names and firsts. Businessmen decided on a mini-mall, instead, and moved in for a real estate kill. They promised to relocate all remains. They didn’t.

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