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September 07, 2021

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svh

"Maybe I come across as very controlling....."

Ya think?

David

Ya think?

Well, quite. The irony being that our unhappy scolder of husbands – sorry, of daughters’ fathers – seems to be the one who’s being condescending – both to her own child and to everyone else. The assumption that young girls will somehow be rendered submissive and unambitious by a term of parental affection is… a bit of a stretch, I think. As if countless other variables didn’t have much more bearing. I have a niece who was often referred to affectionately as a princess, and she’s by no means a wallflower or hung up on her appearance. Quite the opposite.

Felicity

This is fun, Rose McGowan melts down when heckled by a trans person.

https://twitter.com/PopCrave/status/959218557946155008?s=20

David

This is fun, Rose McGowan melts down when heckled by a trans person.

It’s hard to know who to root for.

Burnsie

Watching that, I can certainly understand why her "daughter's father" is not her daughter's mother's husband.

What a joyless scold.

David

As is the custom, they’re so busy regurgitating their gender studies lecture notes, and being so terribly emphatic and disapproving, there’s no time to check whether whatever it is they’re claiming actually corresponds with reality. And indeed, no discernible motivation.

Sam

not even an emperor will execute a child for such an act

A quaint and bygone notion in [current year].

pst314

"The satanists are our last hope!": "A leftist is a person who can read that headline without wondering if she picked the wrong side."

I believe that relaxed attitude towards Satanism is far from uncommon: Back in the 70's and 80's liberals and neopagans told me that there was nothing wrong with Satanism and that those who said otherwise were merely repeating Christian slanders.

Darleen

What a joyless scold.

People should really take a harder look at the partners they want to reproduce with.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

I have to wonder if this silly clown would have an intersectional short circuit if dad called the girl "prince" instead.

BTW, why do they always have voices like a band saw cutting tin?

semi retired conservative

That kid definitely has one bad parent....

Farnsworth M Muldoon

That kid definitely has one bad parent...

Two, as long as "the daughter's father" allows himself to put up with "lecturing" by a hectoring harpy.

Sam

BTW, why do they always have voices like a band saw cutting tin?

Feminism has won the cultural monarchy and its adherents spread the gospel and enforce dogma with the affectations of their high priests. You would expect, say, Southern Baptist preachers to ape the style of fire-breathing poetry readings that we've seen from televangelists to MLK Jr. Feminism, being one big amalgamation of daddy issues, penis-envy, and female hysterics ape the worst stereotypes of both "toxic masculinity" and female nagging.

So you have females (of all genders) poorly copying what they perceive are the behaviors of strong, confident men, while trying to keep a semblance of their womanhood. The result? F*cking vocal fry and head tilts while beating their chests and calling for war.

Sam Duncan

“Back in the 70's and 80's liberals and neopagans told me that there was nothing wrong with Satanism and that those who said otherwise were merely repeating Christian slanders.”

'Course, back then, Lefties were saying much the same about pederasts.

Anyway, I've spent a pleasant couple of hours reading old Peter Simple columns from the Telegraph. The dive towards Hell in a handbasket seems to have accelerated since we lost Michael Wharton. I'm beginning to believe this not to be entirely coincidental.

pst314

Sam: True. And other things. Didn't Bill Ayers dedicate a book to Satan--well, Lucifer?

Nikw211

quite a lot is implied. Not all of it, I think, intentionally.

It's easy to imagine her as the kind of divorcée who tries to cut her ex-husband off from further access to the children on the grounds that "They have too much fun" and are therefore "moody and unmanageable" when they come back from seeing him.

Nikw211

Also, open thread.

Somewhat unexpectedly, Emilia "Daenerys Targaryen" Clarke has written a comic book.

Rather less unexpectedly, it's apparently absolutely fucking awful.

Independent comics creator Trisha Cuffari critical-drinkers it here.

Daniel Ream

It’s hard to know who to root for.

Ms. McGowan was a serial victim of the Hollywood starlet rape machine, and unlike most of them she chose to tank her career and expose it rather than quietly suffer. Unfortunately her severe PTSD makes her an unsympathetic victim. Corey Haim and Corey Feldman had the same problem.

pst314

Rather less unexpectedly, it's apparently absolutely fucking awful.

Period power??? What is it with rad fems and their periods?

Sam

What is it with rad fems and their periods?

It's the only thing they can do better than men. Well, could do better. Honk.

pst314

Well, could do better. Honk.

Heh.

I suppose men could mock rad fem nutters by wearing penis hats and creating such comic book superheroes as Captain Smegma and the Obstinate Gleet, but it doesn't seem worth the effort--the rad fems are their own best satire.

Sam

Pfizer: "Ivermectin is a Trump conspiracy horse drug. Only the vaccine can fight against this plague. Therefore our magical vaccine should be emergency authorized, required by governments and business, and our company shielded from any lawsuits."

Also Pfizer: "Whatever the hell Ivermectin is doing to covid is what our magic pills are going to do. Also, you'll be forced to take our pills and not sue us."

Darleen

Isn't she sweet?

Darleen

you'll be forced to take our pills and not sue us

NOW the Feds are interfering with monoclonal antibodies therapy.

It's as if our Ruling Class really doesn't want the crisis ever to pass.

Sam

Too true, Darleen. May we all take The Joe Rogan Experience to heart and make our own way through this world.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Obvious joke is obvious, but bureaucratic minds are bewilderingly stupid.

WTP

In the interest of open thread...anybody else sick to death of the mourning of the death of every damn celebrity? So some guy who apparently did all his work on HBO has died in middle age "of unknown causes" and it's simply "unbelievable" to think we've lost an "enormous talent". A bloody actor. Yeah, those things can't be replaced. Meanwhile we lose good, hard working, people who know how to do actual things that need to be done from repairing roofs to designing life saving equipment to building bridges to defending western civilization, every day. And some of us can see civilization circling the drain when many of them are not there anymore. In spite of Napoleon's observation that graveyards are full of indispensable men. But yes, let us stop...take time out of our busy lives...because some, often literal, clown whom very, very few of us have ever met has died. Possibly by doing something stupid. But hey...gotta cry for him because of his "enormous talent ".

a different james

Off Topic, you say.

Italian Hotel bathrooms.

My wife and I are relatively recent arrivals to the city-break holidays, now that the kids have, nominally at least, reached adulthood.

Several years ago we stayed in Milan for a couple of nights. Hotel 160 euros a night- not luxury but not slumming it either. We got to our room, which was small, and saw that the bathroom was a frosted-glass cube in the corner. The door to this cube had a gap of close to an inch at the bottom and had gaps around it even when closed.

Mr and Mrs James are a middle-aged, bourgeois and possibly uptight couple who try to be discreet in the toilet department.

Mr James, unfortunately, when he has been eating large volumes of Italian food for several days with a bottle of red wine each night tends to let rip in his morning toilet performance even why trying to be discreet. The glass cube and token door magnified the acoustics and olfactory experience. This was a significant debit in Mrs James' scoring of the holiday experience.

For our next trip we indulged ourselves and booked a room in a renovated Palazzo. We were elated on passing through through the 16th century courtyard and garden with its classical statues. The room was huge and beautifully furnished. Then we saw the bathroom door. A sliding frosted glass door, with a half inch gap at the bottom. A blemish on an otherwise perfect room in a palazzo.

Our next couple of trips were fine- standard bathrooms with wood hinged doors- so I dropped my guard. Our last trip, before the Wuhan Flu- and again a frosted, sliding door which might as well have been a shower curtain.

I have been planning our next trip. I had identified one hotel which seemed to be perfect location and had great reviews on Tripadvisor. It was a bit pricey but as we haven't been abroad in nearly 2 years I thought we would go for it.

Then I remembered- take nothing for granted regarding toilet doors.

I studied room photos on the hotel website and on Tripadvisor and realised that some rooms appeared to have clear glass sliding doors and the luxury rooms didn't appear to have any door between the bathroom and bedroom.

That hotel was dismissed and I looked at more- most appeared to have sliding glass doors. I have spend more time scrutinising hotel photos for bathroom doors than on planning what attractions to visit in this beautiful town and excursions to nearby sights!

I am sufficiently self-aware to realise that this behaviour is pushing me into crank territory: that there is a danger that when I next meet a friend for a pint that I am likely to give him a lecture on Italian hotel bathroom doors. Up to a couple of years ago I could happily spend months planning all the things I wanted to see in our next Italian short holiday- now the spectre of sliding glass bathroom doors dominates my thoughts.

Would it be fully in lunatic/ obsessive territory if I emailed hotels, prior to booking, to get them to confirm that their bathroom doors are hinged wooden doors which offer a decent level of sound and gas suppression?

Baceseras

Bears repeating:

Journalism largely consists of saying "Lord Jones Dead" to people who never knew that Lord Jones was alive.---GKC

pst314

Isn't she sweet?

Well, she's in her late sixties so I wonder what her expiration date is. She's certainly past her freshness date.

"I have never wished anyone dead, but I have read some obituaries with pleasure."
--Clarence Darrow or Mark Twain

Captain Nemo

Over at the Guardian, Judith Butler (everyone's favourite gender studies theorist) has some deep thoughts about what it is to be a woman. And what it might mean to be a man in future:

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2021/sep/07/judith-butler-interview-gender

Karl

So, it turns out that pansexuality is not inherently biphobic.

Bigots!

Karl

Thank you Captain Nemo. I for one will not be surprised when the category of women expands to include pigeons.

Karl

I've found a clearer video. Sorry I seem to be completely captivated by this zipper-headed roadkill. I think she might have won TikTok.

Is that "METH" she has tattoed on her neck?

Sam Duncan

“Obvious joke is obvious, but bureaucratic minds are bewilderingly stupid.”

In light of Darleen's link, I'd mention that it's often hard to tell stupidity from wilful malice.

“anybody else sick to death of the mourning of the death of every damn celebrity? So some guy who apparently did all his work on HBO has died in middle age "of unknown causes" and it's simply "unbelievable" to think we've lost an "enormous talent"”

My mum passed away a few weeks ago, at the age of 84. She wasn't anybody. But that's how she liked it. I've had the odd experience since then of going through her things, looking at the photographs and belongings of someone I knew intimately, but didn't yet know: a child and young woman who would become my mother. And it's hard not to wonder, knowing how the story turned out, what were her hopes and dreams, and if she ever really achieved them.

I think she did. The concept of a “bucket list” was alien to her: what she wanted was to help those around her, to pull her weight in any endeavour she encountered, to raise a family and keep a roof over their heads, and she did all that, brilliantly well. Oh, she travelled a little when she was younger, was always proud of singing with her choir in the Albert Hall a couple of times for the radio, but in truth her dreams were modest and she died content with a life well-lived.

84 years. And I'm supposed to care about some damn actor I've never heard of?

“So, it turns out that pansexuality is not inherently biphobic.”

Well, that's a weight off my mind.

Lady Cutekitten of Lolcat

Condolences, Sam.

A Different James. if you get a hotel with a gap beneath the bathroom door, try having whoever is using the bathroom stuff a towel in the gap.

pst314

Is that "METH" she has tattoed on her neck?

I think it's a backwards "THEM". I have no idea why.

Cloudbuster

"I had to lecture him again."

I can literally feel my soul shriveling at the thought of having to endure that lecture. Again.

Cloudbuster

"Isn't she sweet?"

Ellen Barkin's expiry date was decades ago.

Dan C

the Obstinate Gleet

I wish I had not looked up “gleet.”

David

Would it be fully in lunatic/ obsessive territory if I emailed hotels, prior to booking, to get them to confirm that their bathroom doors are hinged wooden doors which offer a decent level of sound and gas suppression?

I, for one, was gripped by the drama. An ongoing series, perhaps?

Isn’t she sweet?

See also. Readers may note that both, um, ladies are vain and ageing, and both are well past the ends of their respective careers, details that may be relevant.

Is that “METH” she has tattooed on her neck?

Heh.

David

Judith Butler

Of whom, more here.

Do note Ms Butler’s willingness to lie.

David

Emilia “Daenerys Targaryen” Clarke has written a comic book.

So that’s two things she’s not very good at.

Still, as a window into a certain type of psyche, it’s not without some unintended educational value.

Richard Cranium

I'll drop this here, which is somewhat appropriate given the subject: https://wonderfulengineering.com/know-german-toilet-design-different-rest-world-wisdom-behind/

David

Watching that, I can certainly understand why her “daughter's father” is not her daughter’s mother’s husband.

“We do not use that term in this house,” says our Queen of Indignation and Overreach. It’s a “harmful word,” we’re told. Though I’d imagine rather more harm is being done to said daughter by her having the kind of mother she apparently has.

judijg

People tested for the virus may choose to isolate at home pending test results
Darleen, your question:

Are you going to tell me that SA doesn't automatically demand 14 days of quarantine of any subject with the temerity to cross STATE lines? And at quarantine hotels that the subject has to pay for? Regardless of test results or vax status? So they are going to offer this GPS/Face recognition app as an alternative, the subject should be humbled and grateful to be allowed to quarantine at home after the horrible transgression of leaving their home in the first place?

And if you think this "pilot program", once rolled out, will remain "only" with transgressors ... your naivete in the face of an obvious power grab is breathtaking.

Darleen, I'm a little slow responding to your question -SA doesn't 'demand', quarantine for anyone returning to the state. Returning SA residents are not the subject of the trial.

Currently interstate visitors wishing to come to SA are subject to 14 days hotel quarantine. The trial asks for 50 volunteers from other states who wish to visit SA to agree to the phone checks without having to quarantine in hotels. I'm reporting the facts as I find them, not making a judgment and not acting from a naive or unaware position. Take it as you will.

JuliaM

’ It’s hard to know who to root for.’

So many ‘can’t they both lose?’ moments, so little time…

Karl

don’t ever make the mistake of asking a German “how they are doing,”

I notice that the Google translations into German of "How are you doing?" and "How are your doings?" are worryingly identical. Perhaps this is the source of their unnatural lavatorial habits?

Karl

A semi-erect penis may lead to a firm conviction

A person identifying as a "woman of colour" accuses a person identifying as a "woman of penis" of exposing Xself in a room identifying itself as being for "changing women".

Hilarity ensues.

Mike

The world has always been full of these fishermen's wives, they just didn't have a tic-toc account.

David

Hilarity ensues.

As noted a while ago.

You can replace our hypothetical Mrs Wilson with the woman in the story, but the dynamic and contrivance are essentially the same.

WTP

Do note Ms Butler’s willingness to lie.

That's Biden WH quality stuff. Maybe she could fill in during one of Jen Psaki's much needed vacations. I see where according to Wiki she has BA/MA/PhD from a place called Yale University. This seems to be a rather popular school with our elites, One wonders what they teach there.

Karl

As noted a while ago.

Do you have these indexed in some kind of complex, multi-dimensional, artificially intelligent, relational database?

David

Do you have these indexed in some kind of complex, multi-dimensional, artificially intelligent, relational database?

It’s a curse as well as a blessing. I also remember the typos and brain-fart screw-ups.

David

Hilarity ensues.

Again, the dynamic and contrivance are to a very large extent what progressivism is. The particulars are often secondary and frequently contradict some other professed cause, announced weeks later when fashions change. The constant is the contrivance, the perversity, the desire to be seen championing some modishly improbable underdog. Whether this be armed muggers who attack lone women, or burglars, or chronic thieves who endanger their own children, or mentally unwell men who pretend to be women while waving their erections at small children.

There is a pattern.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Ellen Barkin's expiry date was decades ago.

Oddly enough, given the types of roles she has played, she wouldn't have had a career without cis-men.

Meanwhile, "100 points of identification" submitted to the rozzers, been nice knowing the Aussies, leftists here furiously taking notes. OTOH, if it helps social(ist) media go TU, strong work.

Karl

"There is merit to remove [sic] the veil of being anonymous."

It's SOOOO much harder creating an online totalitarianism when users can be anonymous. That's why progressives would find someone like Anne Frank such a threat - how can you impose fascism if people keep hiding in the attic?

Burnsie

“We do not use that term in this house,” says our Queen of Indignation and Overreach.

She does seems more determined to block father-daughter bonding than actually helping her daughter develop. The child is just a pawn in the real drama.

asiaseen

I also remember the typos and brain-fart screw-ups.

That, I think, is an ineradicable function of the brain. Just think of all those unforgettable embarrassing incidents that flow through unhindered in the moments (or hours) before falling asleep.

asiaseen

unforgettable embarrassing incidents

Sometimes they surprise even me, could I really have been such a totally fucked-up idiot?

Farnsworth M Muldoon

"Model" "accidentally" attends party

David

“Model” “accidentally” attends party

“Kazumi Squirts.”

pst314

“Model” “accidentally” attends party

"...a first date led to a night of debauchery..."

Prostitutes have been calling what they do "dates" for a long time. I suppose newspapers like the Star exist to give them publicity.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

“Kazumi Squirts.”

"You see, my dear Senior Lifestyle and Travel Reporter, this is what even Watson would call a clue".

"...always respect the media..."

WTP

"Model" "accidentally" attends party

"Model sleeps with 50 men..."

Reminds me of the movie 50 First Dates...ok, not really but I'd be feeling all angsty until somebody said it. I can get on with my day now.

Captain Nemo

“Kazumi Squirts.”

Nominative determinism in action.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Oh noes! I also see a stern letter headed their way because they are not diverse either, the SOBs.

Gladly, the cross-eyed bear

Model accidentally attends party...

Poor thing was under the impression that she was going to the apartment to view a prized collection of etchings. Imagine her surprise at finding the place filled with horny men. Taught never to be rude to strangers, she did her best to meet, and even exceed, their expectations. Mission accomplished!

In other news, the Pentagon accidentally misplaced $85B in military equipment on its exit from Afghanistan. "We are so embarrassed to have misplaced it. We thought we'd checked everywhere to make sure we weren't leaving anything of value." Suffers from premature withdrawal.

Gladly, the cross-eyed bear

Didn't Bill Ayers dedicate a book to Satan--well, Lucifer?

MISINFORMATION! FAKE NEWS!

It was Saul Alinksy who dedicated Rules for Radicals to Lucifer.

Bill "Guilty as Hell, free as a bird" Ayers dedicated his book Prairie Fire to Sirhan Sirhan, who assassinated Robert Kennedy.

Literally, the tallest womxn in the world

Spelled Alinsky in the UK.

ccscientist

My daughters were obsessed with being a princess when 5 and it did no harm. To her dad (me) she was one.

My brother never took his son to McDonald's. ever. because McD was destroying the rain forest or something. Too much ideology is not good for children.

The video about the bisexual vs pansexual is hilariously sad. That someone feels the need to get so distorted looking and to lecture the WORLD on the proper use of obscure words is an exact diagnosis of how deranged the world has become.

Watcher In The Dark

The best princesses turn out to be like Aethelflaed who, in King Alfred's era, took some of the bastards out. No messing.

Steve E

helps social(ist) media go TU

TU? Tits Up?

Farnsworth M Muldoon

@Steve E

Yep, also tango uniform.

pst314

It was Saul Alinksy who dedicated Rules for Radicals to Lucifer...

Thanks.

Steve E

"Model"

That word is doing a lot of heavy lifting.

I googled Ms. Squirts. The third entry (I'll spare everyone the link) was this: "Kazumi Squirts Claims to have Bedded 50 Mandingo Warriors ..." So our heroine apparently is anchored on the number 50. To her credit she does think big.

ccscientist

Can't help noting that if Ms. Squirts can bed 50 men in an evening, her lady parts must be like leather. Not questioning her veracity, because attention-whores never exaggerate...

Richard Cranium

"There is merit to remove [sic] the veil of being anonymous."

Perhaps they'll get around to applying that logic to voting as well. (I believe that voting in the beginning of our Republic was normally public; that made it easier to buy votes, of course.)

pst314

"There is merit to remove [sic] the veil of being anonymous."

"Perhaps they'll get around to applying that logic to voting as well."

I know Freedom Loving™ leftists who advocate precisely that.

Sue Sims

Model sleeps with 50 men...

Interesting use of euphemisms. I suspect that Ms Squirts didn't do much sleeping.

pst314

Kazumi Squirts Claims to have Bedded 50 Mandingo Warriors

Interesting racial fetishism there.

a different james

Model accidentally attends party...

Most importantly, she says that having sex with 50 men was "empowering".

Who am I, a mere man, to question her?

asiaseen

To lower the tone...just imagine being sloppy 50th.

Hat, coat, umbrella, ready for the Correction Booth.

Steve E

Hat, coat, umbrella,

Ms. Squirts nom-de-porn would suggest those items of apparel would be requred under most circumstances while in her company.

It could be worse, her name could be Kazumi Buckets.

I'll show myself out.

Baceseras

"Model"

That word is doing a lot of heavy lifting.

In Hollywood movies under the Hays Code, they were called "hostesses."

semi retired conservative

To lower the tone...just imagine being sloppy 50th.

I was actually going to post that Gentleman #2 through Gentleman #50 should reexamine their life choices.

But after viewing her dismal fizzog I can say that, really, Gentleman #1 isn't off the hook either.

pst314

Gentleman #1 isn't off the hook either.

STD's. Shame. Habits of behavior that cause harmful changes in thinking. Behavior that causes good people to shun you.

John Lewis

The most popular comments on the DM article about certain murals being painted over are interesting. Well worth a read.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9968901/Taliban-paint-artists-murals-western-symbols-values-replace-victory-slogans.html

Watcher In The Dark

Slightly less impressive than 50 partners between the sheets, I was told of someone who was overjoyed because he had achieved his dream of bedding 30 partners in 30 days (and nights).

This was told to me by a lady who works at an STD clinic though she skimped on any details such as name, age and location. The man had according to himself bedded thirty other men in a hectic period and was now attending for some infection acquired in his joyous romp.

I suppose the lesson here is that there is a strong possibility that achievements like this come with a certain risk.

Hopp Singg

"49 men before me? Kinda takes the mystery outta it."

Karl

the DM article about certain murals

According to Omaid Sharifi, co-founder of art collective "ArtLord" (!!) said "that the murals were the 'soul of Kabul' and represented the voice of the Afghan people"

I can't help noticing how frequently this "voice of the Afghan people" appears to speak in English.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Tintin must die, Fahrenheit 451 comes to Ontario in a "flame purification ceremony".

Meanwhile, somewhere else on the planet, cultural appropriation at its worst, a young lady tells us she'd "twerk like it's my last day on the earth". Unclear how many gentlemen may be involved. NSFW for language.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Totes normal and rational.

David

Some 30 books… were burned for “educational purposes”

Sometimes you just have to marvel at the tone-deafness (or the juvenile perversity). I mean, these things tend to be arrived at via meetings and committees, large numbers of people, all supposedly clever. Hence, presumably, the urge to destroy books containing “cultural appropriation.”

Stephanie Richer

The women who object to Daddies calling their little girls princesses, are they the same ones who shriek at their fellow feminists with, "YASS, SLAY QUEEN!!!"?

Stephanie Richer

Tintin must die, Fahrenheit 451 comes to Ontario in a "flame purification ceremony".

Mind you, anyone of a certain age who had kids that watched Caillou cartoons on TV would agree that bald-headed little French Canadian bastard needs to be publicly crucified.

WTP

Meanwhile in California...

Newsome is of course doing this just before his recall election because he has his pulse on the will of the people of California. I see numerous conservatives hinting that the election may be rigged. What conservatives fail to understand is how depraved, sick, brainwashed, and gaslighted the majority, possibly vast majority, of people in our country, and western civilization in general, actually are. JMNSHO but If they were really concerned about looking good in pulling off a rigged election, why take the risk of freeing the perpetrator of such a vile, vicious crime this close to an election? They are certain that this parole effort will inspire more of their people to vote than of their opponents to come out to vote recall. Either way, things should not be anywhere near this close.

WTP

The women who object to Daddies calling their little girls princesses...

Well, what is the thing with princesses anyway? Why don't duchesses, marquesses, viscountesses, baronesses, and recognized ladies find themselves in so much helpless distressing trouble? And why don't I see little girls dressed as such on Halloween? Maybe Mommy has a point?

asiaseen

@ wtp
Why don't duchesses, marquesses, viscountesses, baronesses, and recognized ladies find themselves in so much helpless distressing trouble?

I guess it's because the ladies you list have been around the block once or twice, are married (otherwise, in general, they wouldn't have the title) and so are no longer innocent virgins (for a given value of innocent and of virgin).
I hesitiate to explore further the idea of innocent virgin princesses and paternal relationships...

David

Google hearts race grifters.

Bad Whitey, not so much.

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