Move over CrackSpace, here comes NiggaSpace

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

niggaspaceAnd I thought CrackSpace was bad. The latest addition to the social networking universe is NiggaSpace. Ridiculous. :(

I won’t link to them because I really don’t want to give them any Google juice, but here’s the description from their site:

Welcome to NiggaSpace.com

You definitely don’t have to be black to join! We just want to embrace the black culture that continues to innovate and strive!

So if you want to meet some chill people, create an account!

(Thanks to this justin for the tip!)

While this bonehead was dreaming up this web site, a group of activists in Wisconsin held a symbolic funeral for the N-word, hoping to eradicate it forever. (Hat tip to MultiCultClassics.)

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