Thx Harry. “The operation to remove Washington, 43, was quick and neat. The studio declined to exercise his contract option for another season – Washington would have earned about US$2.7 million in salary – and he was dumped shortly after the May finale”
“To what extent does national pride condition your response to current international events? Do we really need to be internationally pitted against one another in events like the Miss Universe Pageant, the Olympics, and World Championships of any kind?”(tags: nationality)
“site called No Marriage, a site for why men should not get married…because American women are aggressive (raceless?) bitches and Vietnamese women are quiet, subservient and, you know, stay in their place.”
“When he’s finished, staring back at Knipp from the mirror is the blackface mask of a modern-day minstrel, and the character known to Knipp’s legions of cult followers as Shirley Q. Liquor, a welfare mother with nineteen kids who guzzles malt liquor”
“The Chinese Association of South Africa (Casa) wants to seek a declaratory order for South African Chinese to be treated as coloured and benefit from the Employment Equity Act and the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act.”
“I agreed to conduct a last-minute interview with MSNBC about the case of missing Stepha Henry…I rushed to MSNBC’s studio but a few minutes before the interview, I was told that it was off — Paris Hilton coverage was more important.”
“A black assistant director fired from the set of the Universal Pictures film “2 Fast 2 Furious” has settled his racial discrimination suit with the studio for an unspecified sum…Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, decided to pursue the case.”
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