She made it all up: “In “Love and Consequences,” a critically acclaimed memoir published last week, Margaret B. Jones wrote about her life as a half-white, half-Native American girl growing up in South-Central Los Angeles as a foster child”
“if there’s any single shortcoming of SWPL, perhaps it’s an intrinsic one: That as a member of the group holding all the ill-gotten gain, Lander will probably only go so far with this, but not far enough.”
“the show is about a trio of kung fu kickin’ chickens—Chick P, KO Joe and Chuckie Chan…Ugh. Expect lots of wonderfully stereotypical Asian imagery.”
“In real life, Wong was one of Milk’s close supporters and political advisors. But dude, look at the character’s description, according to this casting call…’Michael is fiercely intelligent (a nerd, even), and asexual.’”
“I am not entirely certain that the calls decrying Feminism’s death are incorrect or even undesirable. Perhaps a Feminism that has not responded to the needs of its constituents needs to die.”
“This is a notice to everyone…who wonders why comedians of color are lauded for doing the same thing while the Michael Richardses of the world are maligned for it. Consider the power differential, and direction. “
“Wal-Mart stocks falafel, olives and Islamic greeting cards to attract Dearborn’s ethnic shoppers.”
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