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    • amandah154

      Anderson Cooper totally twisted his words in that last part of the interview. This old guy does this stuff for minorities and has a messed up mindset about it. He is racist, but that’s his feelings. It’s not like he’s out there advocating for racist actions. Everyone is acting like they’re so high above him when people everywhere end up having some kind of racist thought or are aware of racial stereotypes. Everyone was against middle eastern people around 9/11. I’ve heard stories of some middle eastern people saying some not so nice things in return to some soldiers in return. White people going through a black neighborhood with a crowd of black people on every other stoop..for some reason think it’s a bad neighborhood. A black cashier will be all friendly to the next three black peeple in line, but when a white person is up they give them a the cold shoulder and an eye roll for no reason. A story about robbers being racist to Asians was just out since the stereotype is that Asians keep most of their money in cash. Racism does not discriminate…it is found in all races. History may give more recognition to one, but it doesn’t mean it’s not found everywhere. He is right about Magic. Someone who has lasciviously slept with numerous women should be ashamed instead of being heralded as a hero for taking the disease he contracted from his habits in stride. Magic is like the pot calling the kettle black in the behavior department. Sterling probably should sell the team and go away. He has a messed up way of thinking about different races, but still…don’t throw stones if you don’t have a squeeky clean record. We are all human and everyone is aware of race. It’s natural to group observations into stereotypes, but some people go too far and actually believe in those stereotypes, or worse, become racist. Magic isn’t in the position to be criticizing this guy when he has such a poor record for his behavior and a lot of the people hounding the old dude probably aren’t perfect either.

    • amandah154

      I don’t really blame him for his faux pas. It’s not too far fetched to see needle point as feminine, seeing as how it a significantly predominate hobby of many women throughout history. However, I don’t really see how sewing clothes ends up leading into making silly comments about needle point. I don’t know about anybody else, but in today’s age I’ve never really viewed sewing clothes as a gender biased occupation. After all, every man will end up having to sew his own buttons on his shirts, especially if they get on the touchy subject of what is feminine.

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      amandah154

      Maybe I’m a little sexist..but there are a lot of things women are better at than men. So we are definitely not completely equal. A lot of the things men are better at usually are not good things. Gender equality is not the same as feminism. If it were it wouldn’t be called Femenism. Stop trying to change it to fit political correct bull crap. Femenism isn’t about disparaging the opposite sex, but about empowering the female sex and challenging society to seek gender equality where there is none for women. It’s as funny as people who call Obama racist. You don’t really get to act touchy until your group has experience grevous atrocities and unfair treatment for centuries prior. Men complaining about women getting treated would be like a white upper middle class kid from the suburbs complain about all the minority scholarships.

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      1) Mathew dies..he was all happy from holding his precious newborn and then he dies in a car crash as he drives home..and then they go back to showing Mary all happy while Mathew bleeds on the side of the road. 2) In The Big C when her son opens up the storage locker. He was a being a total jerk to his mom and ends up stealing these storage locker keys and go there to end up find a bunch of wrapped presents and a red mustang with a huge bow in the middle. He goes around and starts reading of the cards and you see that the presents are for every birthday and important occasion in his like. The mom cashed out her 401K and bought presents for all the moments she’d miss when she dies.

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