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Dax Shepard Bought a Giant Truck After Being Called A '6.57' By Hasan Minhaj 

 

In December 2019, Hasan Minhaj gave an interview to Vanity Fair, in which he rightfully claimed that men of color are judged by a harsher standard in Hollywood than their white coworkers when it comes to how they look. “You gotta have, like, the V-taper in your abs if you’re gonna be Asian,” whereas there was “this whole movement of approachable white dudes.” He was obviously correct and should have said it. He was also asked to rate Dax Shepard, who had previously called Minhaj a nine out of ten on a completely separate podcast episode of his show, Armchair Expert. (Who knows why!) Shepard, in Minhaj’s eyes, was not a nine. He was a “6.57.”

That interview is making the rounds again, for reasons that are mostly unclear, but can be chalked up to “Twitter is bored.” Concurrent to this renewed interest in Dax Shepard’s looks, the man went out and bought himself a very big truck. I’m not kidding, he literally bought a truck the size of a house. One could move their entire family into it, and then build a guest house in the back. By U.N. standards, it might even qualify as its own autonomous country, that’s how big this fucker is.

Dax Shepard Bought a Giant Truck After Being Called A '6.57' By Hasan Minhaj

Tags: Anatomy, Auto, Beauty, Celebrity, Nature, Sensitivity, Weird

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24-Nov-2020


Woman attacked after argument over face masks in NYC subway station 

 

A 60-year-old woman was assaulted by two suspects at a Brooklyn subway station last Friday after she told the pair to wear face masks, police said.

The beatdown occurred just outside an elevator at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center subway station at about 12:20 p.m., cops said.

Before entering the elevator, the victim told the assailants — a man and a woman — that they could not ride with her unless they used face coverings, authorities said.

Woman attacked after argument over face masks in NYC subway station

Connecticut mom charged with shooting kids was ‘depressed’ amid COVID-19

Delaware teen allegedly beaten to death by ex-boyfriend, classmate

Terrifying moment woman, 40, is shoved onto subway tracks and run over by a train in an 'unprovoked' attack at a NYC station

Broadway actor, 33, who starred in Harry Potter and The Cursed Child is sucker-punched on a NYC subway platform

Tags: Activism, Anguish, Celebrity, Crazy, Enforcement, Etiquette, Hate, Masks, Mental Health, Murder, Neighbor, Parental Crime, Relationships, Safety, Seniors, Sensitivity, Social Distancing, Unruly Child, Video, World, Youth

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19-Nov-2020


Police Called to Dallas Home After Man's Bloody Halloween Display Frightens Neighbors 

 

A Dallas residence has become a hot topic after the homeowner created a bloody massacre display on his front lawn ahead of Halloween.

Steven Novak tells PEOPLE that his terrifying Halloween decor has received ample attention — both good and bad — in his neighborhood, but that he's been loving every second.

Police Called to Dallas Home After Man's Bloody Halloween Display Frightens Neighbors

Tags: Celebration, Complaint, Environment, Fear, Freedom, Halloween, Hate, Interference, Nobody's Business, Overreaction, Sensitivity

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30-Oct-2020


Donald Glover doesn’t want to label his sexuality 

 

Donald Glover says he felt “weird” for not wanting to label his sexuality.

“Instead of being like, “Man, I really don’t know…” Most of my college years were me being like, “I don’t know what I like.” I had friends who asked, “Are you gay?” And I’d be like, “I sort of feel like I am because I love this community.”

“You know? But maybe I’m not? And I always was trying to figure out, “Am I weird for not wanting to label it?” Yet, also, I never felt completely safe in just one place.”

When asked by Coel, “In what way did you not feel safe?” the Community star responded: “One time I was really close with this guy – a white guy. I was like, “Oh, man, this guy’s my friend.” And then one day we went to the mall and some black kids ragged on his shorts.

“He turned to me and said, “There are black people and then there are n*****s.” My brain, my heart… It was really intense, so I go home and I tell my dad.

Donald Glover doesn’t want to label his sexuality

Tags: Celebrity, LGBTQ, Portrait, Racial Tension, Relationships, Sensitivity, Sex, Sex Identity, Words, Youth

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29-Sep-2020


John Muir Is Canceled. Who’s Next? 

 

The cancel culture has now reached into every nook and cranny of life. Eskimo Pie, the chocolate-covered ice-cream treat that has been around for a century, will be renamed after critics said the name was insensitive. What’s next?

We have a partial answer. Last week, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.

The Sierra Club is “celebrating” the event in an unusual way. It is dumping any association with John Muir, the “father of the national parks” who founded the Sierra Club back in 1892.

Michael Brune, the Sierra Club’s executive director, tells members that “it’s time to take down some of our own monuments.” Brune says members must now “reexamine our past and our substantial role in perpetuating white supremacy.”

In an interview with the California Sun, Donald Worster, a professor and noted biographer of Muir, says the attack on Muir is completely devoid of context:

He saw the effects of white immigration and the diseases that came along, wiping out whole populations; the presence of alcohol and its effect; trade relations that were not good for the Indians. He wrote a diatribe against the white invasion. He said this is something the government should be up here doing: taking care of and protecting these people from being exploited, from being hurt and dying from all this. . . . It wasn’t just the Indians who got him saying unflattering things. The white population, the people who were invading — the frontier types, the miners — he thought they were uncouth, savage, brutal, dirty, given over to alcohol. His writings are full of those descriptions. Nobody gets upset about that.

John Muir Is Canceled. Who’s Next?

Tags: Cancellation, History, Overreaction, Priorities, Sensitivity

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01-Sep-2020


Radio broadcaster, 26, is fired for referring to Senator Kamala Harris as America's 'first colored vice presidential candidate' 

 

A radio station in Ohio has fired a broadcaster who described Senator Kamala Harris as the nation's 'first colored vice presidential candidate'.

Kyle Cornell, 26, made the remark on air on Wednesday night.

He was fired by WTAM 1100, a Cleveland-based station, on Thursday, after a social media backlash.

Cornell has apologized for 'making a judgement in error', and said he never intended to cause offense.

Radio broadcaster, 26, is fired for referring to Senator Kamala Harris as America's 'first colored vice presidential candidate'

MAGA hat spat: Mom claims two women stole her 7-year-old son's Trump hat and ripped up their sign outside Biden's DNC convention speech

Teen Chick-fil-A employee says she was FIRED after sharing a viral TikTok video revealing how to save money at the fast food chain - despite insisting she was 'great' at her job

Bravo removes four Southern Charm episodes where Thomas Ravenel laughs at his father not liking $5 bills because Lincoln is on the face and Kathryn Dennis shows off slave cemetery on family's plantation

NBC Sports REMOVES analyst Mike Milbury for making 'insensitive' joke that NHL players were lucky they had 'no women to disrupt their concentration' in the playing bubble

Big Brother 21's Nick, Tommy & Jessica Apologize For Racist Text Messages

A Facebook Executive Who Shared An Anti-Muslim Post Has Apologized To Employees

Tags: Apology, Backlash, Business, Cancellation, Celebrity, Employment, Overreaction, Racial Tension, Religion, Sensitivity, Snitching, Social Media, Sports, Termination, TV, Vandalism, Video, Violence, Women In Charge, Words

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24-Aug-2020


Thom Brennaman apologises again for homophobic slur on air, says he didn’t know ‘f**’ was ‘rooted in hate and prejudice’ 

 

“As many of you know, I said something hateful on the air Wednesday night, something no one should ever say. Something that no one should ever think. Something that no one should ever feel. Something no one should ever hear,” he began.

“I used a word that is both offensive and insulting. In the past 24 hours, I have read about its history; I had no idea it was so rooted in hate and violence and am particularly ashamed that I, someone who makes his living by the use of words, could be so careless and insensitive.

“It’s a word that should have no place in my vocabulary and I will certainly never utter it again.”

Thom Brennaman apologises again for homophobic slur on air, says he didn’t know ‘f**’ was ‘rooted in hate and prejudice’

Dictionary

Tags: Apology, Backlash, Gay, LGBTQ, Sensitivity, Sports, Words

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23-Aug-2020


Idris Elba says he doesn't 'believe in censorship,' racist shows and movies should not be removed 

 

The 47-year-old actor told the Radio Times during an interview published Tuesday that he believes in free speech and sometimes that includes speech that might not be widely accepted.

"To mock the truth, you have to know the truth. But to censor racist themes within a show, to pull it – wait a second, I think viewers should know that people made shows like this," the "Luther" actor said when asked about his thoughts on removing content with offensive jokes.

While Elba said he understands networks may have removed racially insensitive content due to the Black Lives Matter movement, he believes there's a better way to go about addressing those films and shows.

"Out of respect for the time and the movement, commissioners and archive-holders pulling things they think are exceptionally tone-deaf at this time – fair enough and good for you," he said. "But I think, moving forward, people should know that freedom of speech is accepted, but the audience should know what they’re getting into."

USA Today

'When the mob comes for them, it's going to be the lefties': Liberals FINALLY wake up to threat of cancel culture

Disney’s “Hamilton” is “inappropriate” according to evangelicals who are boycotting the film

Tags: All Rights, Art Deletion, Campaign, Cancellation, Celebrity, Complaint, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Equality, Film, Free Speech, Hollywood, Opinion, Parental Burden, Politics, Sensitivity, Word Deletion, World

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14-Jul-2020


Twitter engineers replacing racially loaded tech terms like 'master,' 'slave' 

 

For Regynald Augustin, a Black programmer at Twitter, the impetus for change arrived in an email last year with the phrase "automatic slave rekick."

The words were just part of an engineering discussion about restarting a secondary process, but they prompted Augustin to start trying to change Twitter's use of words with racist connections. Augustin was used to seeing the term "slave" in technical contexts. "But with 'rekick' -- I was madder than I ever thought I'd be in the workplace," he said.

First on his own and then joining forces with another engineer, Kevin Oliver, he helped spearhead an effort to replace terms like "master," "slave," "whitelist" and "blacklist" with words that didn't hearken back to oppressive parts of United States history and culture. He recounted his thoughts at the time: "This has to stop. This isn't cool. We have to change this now."

CNET

Delaware city removes whipping post once used to punish Black people from public plaza

Dr. Benjamin S. Carson Sr. Statues of George Washington and other heroes are being razed. We should be celebrating them.

‘Mad Men’ Adding Disclaimer to Episode Containing Depiction of Blackface

How can we have a conversation about race when we don't talk about it?

Silencing 'Song of the South': Why Disney's most racist film remains a cultural flash point

Tags: Art Deletion, Deletion, Education, Exclusivity, Film, History, Knowledge, Opinion, Politics, Priorities, Propoganda, Safety, Sensitivity, TV, Waste, Words

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02-Jul-2020


UFC news: Joe Rogan slammed for Black Lives Matter protest comments on podcast 

 

Speaking with biologist Bret Weinstein on last week’s The Joe Rogan Experience, the 52-year-old commented that the Black Lives Matter movement was ‘leaderless’ and ‘attractive to young people [who] feel disenfranchised by the system’.

“What’s the end goal? That doesn’t seem to be very clear. There are kids out, chanting no justice, no peace. I’m like ‘what justice are you talking about?’,” Rogan questioned.

Give Me Sport

Geraldo Rivera Frets About ‘Black on Black Crime’: There’s a ‘Ghetto Civil War Going On’

University of Cincinnati will remove Marge Schott's name from baseball stadium

Kendrick Sampson, Tessa Thompson and Over 300 Black Artists and Execs Call for Hollywood to Divest From Police (EXCLUSIVE)

Dizzee Rascal clashes with Piers Morgan during heated Black Lives Matter discussion: “You’re not going to do this to me”

Chris D’Elia dropped by CAA after sexual misconduct allegations

Winona Ryder Resurfaces More Genuinely Shocking Anti-Semitism From Mel Gibson

Tina Fey Pulls 30 Rock Episodes and Apologizes Amid a Reckoning on Blackface in Comedy

Customers Hound Black-Owned Bookstore Probably for Not Shipping Copies of White Fragility Faster

The Latest: Michigan mayor resigns after racial remark

Tags: Activism, Argument, Attack, Backlash, Blackface, Books, Campaign, Celebrity, Demands, Employment, History, Interview, Journalism, Latin, Men, Music, Opinion, Politics, Porn, Racial Tension, Radio, Safety, Seniors, Sensitivity, Sex, Surge, Termination, TV, Video

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23-Jun-2020