Why she was endorsed? Really, she portraits people in Acapulco... with boots, Acapulco is a BEACH, and damn it has so many cultural inconsistencies... and she is a quarter Puerto Rican... I a 100% Mexican, living in México would NEVER write a Puerto Rican story... as IS NOT MY CULTURE, not all Latin America is the…
That’s kind of the point: how interesting someone’s life is shouldn’t be determined only by who else they’re with. When Jane Doe and John Smith part ways, it’s not like one of them just ceases to exist or do anything interesting ever until they meet up again. Everyone has their own life, and this would showcase that. Read more
I bet the extent of him “talking to black people” is randomly yelling slurs at black folks he sees in public
Whenever I hear anyone end with anything like “That’s what they tell me.” I can be certain that they haven’t been told.
Obviously it’s just terribly hard being white. It’s real hard to be in control of most of the country’s politics and businesses, and have folks point out that it might be better if that wasn’t the case. Plus, casual racism used to be cool and now it’s not, which is just such a huge change that the only reasonable… Read more
Merv Griffin’s show was on every afternoon in our home so Sheldon was a household name in our family (and pretty much every other family we knew). I also seem to recall him doing some “Hollywood Squares” at some point. By the time the “Schoolhouse” segments began airing virtually everyone in school said, “Oh, that… Read more
Ah, that life-changing help in the form of “a room for the night.” Back to homelessness tomorrow until forever, but thanks to the “miracle” of allowing them to spend a night in a roach infested Days Inn.
How about calmly handing out the bills one by one, putting them directly in the hands of those that need them, instead of making people fight and shove each other, displaying their desperation for this dude to film? But then he would have to be on the same level as them, look them in the eyes and hear their gratitude… Read more