Steve Bosell meets a black man with the same last name as his and figuring his ancestors must have owned the other man’s ancestors, invites the man and his family over for a “family reunion barbeque”.
So few “white” people ever owned slaves, we are all just one variety of trash or another.
The real money’s in the class-as-race warfare anyway: you got your Alfred E. Neuman Irish and your greasy Wops and your Catholic Papists and your gold-licking Hebes, in addition to a few Nigras here and there… .
That said, call me a racist.
Incredibly clever. Why don’t you take your sycophant bullshit over to facebook.
White people have hard problems too. You know your life is good when you are sweating replays. Love Oprah
Yep. The repeating thing is a pain in the azz — limited memory on the phone. When I upload my stuff to the desktop I categorize out by character and title each file with about four words for the general premise. It’s pretty easy then to catch the replays. It happens a lot though. Heh. White people problems.
During the 08 election The Wall St Journal had an article about a reunion which involved Sen. John McCain’s family and the families of the former slaves of McCain’s family. While Jeremiah Wright was making headlines this article never made the main stream – at east to my knowledge.
Repeat of episode 84.
I know that I mention this a lot, but I will also state the same thing that I have stated hundreds of times (talk about repeating oneself): If you have so many hours, and they are categorized, and documented (or getting that way) why not make sure that each hour that is released is new?
Also – isn’t there a listing of all the Podcasts released so that no repeats will happen?
I understand that TV shows repeat, etc. But many TV shows don’t have as many hours as what Phil does, so I would think that he could release an unrepeated hour from now until the end of time.
Just my two cents.
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