Disco demolition was not censorship, a witch hunt, politically motivated or racist. It was kind of a meathead "let's blow s*** up" mentality. Like blowing up a model car with an M-80. It was meant to be funny. Nobody thought said meatheads would bum rush the field.
Post by FabGear Prophylactic on Jul 11, 2019 0:48:54 GMT
If anyone of any importance followed him on Twitter, they would also check out his forum. But they don't. Aaannnnnd... they don't. And those non-existent people ain't hirin' him for nothin'.
Is it too much to hope that someday, somebody doesn't hire one of his kids because of rumblings about dad's nether-world 'friends' on his cesspool forum? I can only dream of the day there's fallout from somebody like MYKE costing Hoofy one of those lucrative catered lunchwagon meals!
The idea that seeing Pete and Roger uncomfortably sitting on a vintage motor scooter would be anything more than a novelty is ludicrous
My girlfriend couldn't get over the blackface. Every time the film would feature a picture of someone in blackface, which was QUITE FREQUENTLY, she was like, "Why? Why? What's the point of it? Was EVERYONE racist in the '20s and '30s?"
Oh, she thinks things in 2019 have the same meaning they did in 1929?
Blackface was common in those days, that's why. It was as much part of popular entertainment then as white people acting like they're Black rap artists are now. For instance, if you are both white, you would have enjoyed black face in those days.
This is a pretty racist thing to say.
No, it's not. You're confused.
And Charlie Chaplin made fun of white people. Yes, we're doomed... lets just stop all communication and start burning history books that might be offensive to someone somewhere, just in case.
Post by bjorncrosseyed on Sept 18, 2019 18:17:09 GMT
Part of the 'racism doesn't even exist anymore and when it does it's only because the left/progressives/democrats perpetuate it' argument relies on the denial of the continued existence of pervasive institutional and cultural racism.
My favorite take is 'blatantly racist practices like the wearing of blackface and minstrel shows were popular and widespread 100 years ago,and no one called it racist back then, therefore who are we to judge?'