Thanks Kimberly! “Jeev Milkha Singh has reassessed his goals following his stunning victory at the Volvo Masters in Spain, and is now aiming to become the first Indian ever to play at the US Masters.”
Thanks Phil C! “The criteria by which many Asian women were permitted to enter the U.S. were not exactly morally sound: prostitutes, picture brides, war brides, mail-order brides. Sexuality was a prerequisite for refuge in the United States.”
Madonna: “I wouldn’t rule it out … but I would like to experience David for a while and see how it works out,” she told the BBC’s Newsnight programme. Is she adopting a child, or test-driving him? If it doesn’t work out after a while, will she
“Tonight’s episode, simply titled “Diwali,” has Michael played by Steve Carell, urging all the staff to support Kelly Kapoor, played by Mindy Kaling, and attend a local celebration of the Hindu Festival of Lights…”
Woah. This is like, meta-minstrelsy: “Comedian Mo’Nique, well known for her popular sitcom “The Parkers,” will serve as the host and judge of VH1′s new reality series “Charm School,” starring girls from “Flavor Of Love.”…”
He crashed the stage and “In a tirade riddled with expletives, Kanye said he should have won the prize for his video “Touch The Sky,” because it “cost a million dollars, Pamela Anderson was in it. I was jumping across canyons.”(tags: hiphop)
“Like white prizefighters who believe that no one gets a championship belt without knocking out their fair share of Negro contenders, folks who defend the use of blackface like this do so largely …to prove their hard-earned independence from traditional
“Naledge from the Rawkus Records duo checks in on the Guest List blog to defend himself against close-minded rap fans who say an Ivy League-educated MC has no place in hip-hop.”
“The cultures and nations that are losing children to intercountry adoption need support in keeping and raising their own children. Transracial, intercountry adoption should not be a vehicle to fulfill a foreign white parent’s utopian vision.”
“As a transracial adoptee, it is utterly maddening to see celebrities whisk off to the “third world” for their Operation White Privilege Adoption and come back beaming, dark baby in tow. How about children in the U.S. who need homes, Angelina?”
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