- "'How many kids will play this game and then carry what they’ve experienced into their interactions with real, live Apaches and other Native Americans?' the Association for American Indian Development asked video game publishing giant Activision in a public letter accusing the company’s 2006 PC and console title GUN of containing 'some very disturbing racist and genocidal elements toward Native Americans'. The AAID went on to launch an online petition demanding that Activision 'remove all derogatory, harmful, and inaccurate depictions of American Indians” from the game and reissue a more culturally sensitive version, threatening to campaign to have the game pulled from store shelves internationally.'"
- What can we say? Shouldn't have started none, wouldn't have been none.–AJP
"He said: 'There is no question in America that you could ever have a dog called the N-word.'
"'It's no good saying that it is the Latin word for black or that it didn't have the meaning that it does now – you just can't go back, which is unfortunate.'"
- I really need Diplo to sit the fuck down.–AJP
"Something about these Indian girls that just makes me a wee bit uncomfortable."