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    Saturday Night Card Game (What Don’t You Understand About “No Asians”?)

    Saturday Night Card Game (What Don’t You Understand About “No Asians”?)

    This is the latest in a series on the use of the race card for political gain:

    A reader suggested this video as a follow-up to last week’s post about how the NAACP thought a Hallmark talking graduation card said “Black Ho” or “Black Whore” when it fact the electronic voice said “Black Hole” referring to that space thingy out of which nothing can escape.

    The video concerns a person who phoned in a listing for a rental property, which the newspaper printed as “No Asians.”

    As in the Hallmark case, what we had was a failure to communicate, don’t Jew agree?


    We Interrupt This Post for Breaking News which could not wait until next Saturday night – via James Joyner“Racist” Finally, Irrevocably Jumps the Shark:


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    How do you spell stupid? M-I-K-E-H. Asian in this case means AGENT!!! Didn't you watch the video?? Can't concentrate for more than three seconds?? And the video is from Australia, which is a completely separate country from Britain, and about fifteen thousand miles away. What a moron.

    We need Barron to come over here and manage our illegal alien problem.

    Mmm, a few thoughts.

    First, the horns are not that awful. I would rate them as only slightly better than Scottish bagpipes. And I say that as a man who is partly Scottish. God those things are awful. The difference being that Scottish pipes are intentionally awful. They were originally created as a weapons of psychological warfare, that is they would play them and irritate the living crap out of their enemies. The people who “enjoy Scottish bagpipes” are fools who fall for the “get in touch with your culture” line. More on that in a minute.

    Second, I don’t care what kind of Asians the guy in the first clip is talking about its still wrong.

    Third, I wonder what this Barron idiot would think if the World Cup was held in South Africa during the apartheid era. Should the stands have been segregated, in keeping with the South African tradition at the time.

    The idea that you should do something because your ethnicity “owns” it, is itself a racist view. Mind you, if all it does is drive you to watch Riverdance, or listen to awful music composed originally to irritate your mortal enemies (see second paragraph), it basically harmless albeit silly. But to call someone racist for opposing that kind of silliness, especially when it is irritating, is itself racist.

    But then again, to hear that this is potentially ruining the creepy nationalistic exercise of the World Cup Soccer gladdens my heart.

    Bagpipes aren't part of my culture, but I like 'em anyway.

    Maybe some people play some kind of music with vuvuzelas, but from the admittedly short bits of World Cup I've caught, it seems that the soccer fans do not "play" these things. They just drone. It would be like if a bagpiper played the drone and nothing else.

    If they played some music on the things, I could possibly learn to enjoy them, too . . . hell, you can play melodies on a kazoo, why not these things?

    In any case, if Mr. Barron wants to insist that it's racist to detest the vuvuzela, he should be forced to occupy a room or a small building with a couple of people "playing" the things for the regulation length of an international soccer game. If he can come out of that with the same overcooked tolerance, more power to him.


    Well, it depends on what kind of bagpipes we are talking about.

    Scottish Bagpipes were intentionally designed to be irritating. That's just historical fact. They would play them before their battles to irritate the hell out of their enemies. Its sort of similar to waving one of those noodle things in the middle of a guy's free throw.

    Now, you might go… "wait, what about in Braveheart? They were actually very nice in Braveheart." Yes, because Gibson chose Irish pipes for that movie, not the Scottish ones.

    That's how bad Scottish pipes are. They wouldn't even use them in Braveheart.

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