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Old 10-08-2021, 05:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3460: The GOAT w/ Rod Morrow and Newsy

Rod Morrow and Newsy, hosts of Last Week on KATG and CHU & A respectively, join Keith and Chemda as they discuss anti-vaxx violence, Hellraiser 11, the gaslighting of former KATG friends, and Dave Chappelles Netflix special The Closer.

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Yey both of you! You are great hosts.
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Everyone is so great and I can post quotes all day, but re-hearing I just had to post this quote by Chemda regarding if people can take a joke:

"If you can't give me a joke, I have nothing to take."

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I will not see the special, and i wasnt planing to anyway.
The take of very rich staight men is most of the time boring for me.
Im allowed to say that and I put the obligatory for me in the sentence.
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AAAAAAND!!! Dave talks about missing the Stonewall Gays - the person who threw the brick at Stonewall was a Black trans woman!! So you won't even respect the people you so revere! Fuck!


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AAAAAAND!!! Dave talks about missing the Stonewall Gays - the person who threw the brick at Stonewall was a Black trans woman!! So you won't even respect the people you so revere! Fuck!
This is a weird phenomenon with civil rights history. People that complain about current activism look back at activism in the past like it was way better back then.

Thing is, civil rights activism is usually not popular at the time. Ever seen the political cartoons from the 60s about MLK? Awful, racist garbage. Now they're asking "Why can't activists now be like MLK?" even though they'd have complained about him had they been alive then too. In a few decades, whatever the next civil rights movement is will be compared to "The BLM Era" or some similar phrase. Conservatism/opposition to equality never ages well, and has to get disavowed by the next generation of conservatives even though their beliefs stay largely the same at their core.

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This is a weird phenomenon with civil rights history. People that complain about current activism look back at activism in the past like it was way better back then.

Thing is, civil rights activism is usually not popular at the time. Ever seen the political cartoons from the 60s about MLK? Awful, racist garbage. Now they're asking "Why can't activists now be like MLK?" even though they'd have complained about him had they been alive then too. In a few decades, whatever the next civil rights movement is will be compared to "The BLM Era" or some similar phrase. Conservatism/opposition to equality never ages well, and has to get disavowed by the next generation of conservatives even though their beliefs stay largely the same at their core.

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This is a weird phenomenon with civil rights history. People that complain about current activism look back at activism in the past like it was way better back then.

Thing is, civil rights activism is usually not popular at the time. Ever seen the political cartoons from the 60s about MLK? Awful, racist garbage. Now they're asking "Why can't activists now be like MLK?" even though they'd have complained about him had they been alive then too. In a few decades, whatever the next civil rights movement is will be compared to "The BLM Era" or some similar phrase. Conservatism/opposition to equality never ages well, and has to get disavowed by the next generation of conservatives even though their beliefs stay largely the same at their core.
MLK was killed by a racist, so obviously he wasn’t as popular and accepted as some people today want to believe.
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