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Political Correctness Update.

“For ’tis the sport to have the engineer Hoist with his own petard: and’t shall go hard But I will delve one yard below their mines, And blow them at the moon. Oh, ’tis most sweet When in one line two crafts directly meet.”

-Hamlet Act III, Scene IV, William Shakespeare

Like the man said, you can say ‘prick your finger’, but you can’t say ‘finger your prick’, and you can say ‘people of color’, but you can’t say….

Activists demand DNC member’s resignation after ‘colored people’ remark

Drug War/Vibrant Diversity Update.

Can’t have white people running the medial marijuana industry in Maryland. Everyone knows that black people have traditionally been in charge of dope peddling in the state.

After a dramatic failure, effort to diversify Maryland’s medical marijuana industry moves closer to passage

Proof that Dinduism is not exclusive to one race

McGregor involved in backstage melee ahead of UFC 223

Life In Dindustan – Historical look back

“Surrounded by assassins!”

-Jimmy Durante, 1946

“A young black man bolted to the pulpit and pulled out a gun, according to a recounting by Atlanta magazine. The man, later identified as Marcus Wayne Chenault Jr. of Ohio, fired his gun, hitting Alberta King, church deacon Edward Boykin and congregation member Jimmie Mitchell. Mrs. King and Boykin were taken to the hospital where they pronounced dead. Mrs. King was 69-years-old. The attack occurred less than 100 yards from where her son was buried.”

“Chenault said he was on a mission to kill all Christians and his original target was MLK Sr., considering black pastors a threat to black people. He claimed insanity in his trial but was convicted and sentenced to death in the electric chair. His sentence was later changed to life in prison, due in part to the wishes of the surviving members of the King family, who opposed capital punishment. Chenault died in prison in 1995 at age 44.”

6 years after MLK assassination, his mother was gunned down, too

The murder of Alberta King

T. Spoone Slickens, Inquire

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