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Lying Motherfucker Alert

ABC News: CBS Fires Don Imus From Radio Show

“There has been much discussion of the effect language like this has on our young people, particularly young women of color trying to make their way in this society,” CBS President and Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves said in announcing the decision. “That consideration has weighed most heavily on our minds as we made our decision.”

No, douchebag, you don’t give a toss about “the effect language like this has on our young people….” If that was true, I wouldn’t have been driven to listening to country stations because of the bullshit you and your ilk flooded over the airwaves under the guise of “hip-hop,” “urban,” … otherwise known as “gangsta rap,” which boiled down means: “Riker’s Island Pop.”

You and your entertainment industry cohort made what Imus said part of the cultural dialect. Firing him makes me cringe with embarrassment at the blatant butt-kissing fear your lily white ass showed when faced by a fucking prick like Sharpton marching in front of Black Rock.

The Oscar award for Best Original Song in 2006 goes to “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp,” but a year later “nappy headed hos” is considered over the top. On what fucking planet is what Imus said worse than aggrandizing that song with the golden eunuch statuette?

Fer Chrissakes, you “industry” fuckers gave that smack talk the seal of approval! That song’s lyrics were so raunched out they had to be changed for the televised Oscar broadcast to avoid catching a beatdown from the FCC!

So tell me, Moonves, does Reverend Al’s cock taste like chocolate?
Y’all keep sucking it, bitch, because now that he made you swallow his load, he’s never gonna pull that sucker out of your mouth. He’s gonna ride you like a pony for every nickel it’s worth.

Occupation: Ho!

An Imus Guest Says No More | TIME

As the invites kept coming, I found myself succumbing to the clubhouse mentality that Imus both inspires and cultivates. Sure, I cringed at his and his crew’s race-baiting (the Ray Nagin impersonations, the Obama jokes) and at the casual locker-room misogyny (Hillary Clinton’s a “bitch,” CNN news anchor Paula Zahn is a “wrinkled old prune”), but I told myself that going on the show meant something beyond inflating my precious ego. I wasn’t alone. As Frank Rich noted a few years ago, “It’s the only show … that I’ve been on where you can actually talk in an informed way — not in sound bites.” Yeah, what he said!

Remember, Ann Marie Cox made her bones talking about a slut bitch chippie (which, if you think about it, is right next to “nappy headed ho” in the PoMo/”Community Context” dictionary) getting fucked up the ass for money… so now, I’m supposed to give a shit more than the tiny turd I gave about her before?

Shut up, you useless POS bitch.

Dont’ Know Much About History….

Actually, I do; it once was required if you wanted to escape to the next grade, and I fell in love with it. I’ve found it’s a required tool to comprehend what the hell’s going on around you in the world… just like an understanding of Constitutional Law: you don’t like it? doesn’t mean it ain’t a matter of fact, AND YOUR FEELINGS don’t trump law.

But now, according to Haavaahd, it’s overrated:
The Harvard Crimson : Professors Turn Down Requiring History

In a wide-ranging discussion, professors touched on both the finer points of grammar and the meaning of a liberal arts education. But the meeting was dominated by the controversial amendment put forward by Professor of History of Art and Architecture Jeffrey F. Hamburger on behalf of 64 others to rename one of the proposed categories “Culture, History, and Belief.”

“I believe to the extent that we can claim anything to be a universal category, the study of the past is one such category,” Hamburger told the Faculty. An explanatory note to his amendment argued that “it is impossible to understand culture and structures of belief” without discussing “the historical traditions that inform them.”

Hamburger said that opponents to the amendment feared a history “interest group.” One of the opponents, Wertham Professor of Law and Psychiatry in Society Diana L. Eck, said, “It gradually would become the history category… Culture and Belief is broader than that.”

I’m telling you… I am SO holding back on committing libel and slander….

Outgoing Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Theda Skocpol agreed, saying, “Culture and belief can be now or in the past, and I don’t think we need that word.”

You savvy that last bolded bit? “History” gets in the way of the narrative! The word “history” itself changes the paradigm. Fully checked facts from previous, momentary epochs have no business in the current, inchoate, dischordant discourse.


If I’m Imus, I call this idiot to the stand when I sue the shit out of MSNBC.

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