It’s apparently not enough to socially compel us to celebrate abnormal sex. Now they propose to make normal sex illegal.
They’re right. Traditionally, the explicit purpose of gun-control laws (always pushed by Democrats) has been to disarm blacks.
In a prelude to his upcoming appearance on BET, he appeared at a sparsely-attended press conference outside his local office, resplendent in a colorful daishiki, with his formerly shellacked hair frizzing freely in a three-foot diameter “afro-style” hairdo.
“As you all know, Bill Clinton was the first black president. Well, I’m the first black Senate Majority Leader. It’s truly a proud day for the Republican Party and the African-American community.”
“I know that many of you will be surprised to learn that I was ‘passing’ all of these years. It was a deep, dark family secret.”
“My great-great grandmother was a house nigra on a plantation outside of Biloxi. My great-grandfather was a mullatto, my grandmother was a quadroon, and my mother was an octaroon, which makes me a hexidecaroon. As all of you from hereabouts know, just a touch of one hair of the tarbrush means that I can never be truly white.”
I guess life imitates art, or something.
[Update a while later]
A lot more links: “She’s trans-black. Don’t shame her.”
Chimpanzees would cook if given the chance.
That’s an…interesting phrase for the cause of the Progress mission failure last month. Doesn’t that sort of imply a need for a redesign?
Of course they are. By the way, I can’t commend Ashe Schow enough on how she’s coming to the defense of men.
Christians are fighting alongside Hezbollah to fight ISIS.
Well, it’s true that while Hezbollah does want an Islamic state, it hasn’t been murdering Christians, as far as I know.
It started with sending mice to Mars, and got crazier from there.
So, I saw this tweet:
"If you are a white man and think you do not own these books, try looking under your bed, they're probably there." http://t.co/cLnPBhUKES
— Mallory Ortberg (@mallelis) May 12, 2015
I decided to see how accurate it was.
It was sort of a fail, at least for me. I own less than 25% of those books, and have read fewer than a third. Many of them I read as a kid, when my parents had copies.