people like Michelle Malkin take it to its logical conclusion
Yep , just read wiki on her .
I wouldn't want to give up my green tea , but maybe you should Stretch and Eat an Apple ....
And yeah to blather on about restaurants again, when the Indian family cooking your dinner turn out to be just lovely people its hard to think the city would be better without them.
Was it Rowan Atkinson ( in character ) that said "But we've got the recipe now , so can't they go back?" .
I agree about having a purple mate making a difference , but on the other hand I'm sure lots of rascists have mates whose background they ignore , but still generalise about other races or cultures as a group. ( I'm still tempted to at times )
I do regard a broader range of faces and voices as a good thing, though, and I’m intrigued by how many people seem to feel the same way.
I do , and I suspect most people reading this will too , but it might be a different story on another blog. I remember a post on Whale Oil about the benefits of a mono cultural society but can't find it now .
Pity we couldn't do this with alcohol suppliers, would they pass the same test?
I guess the average beer would , its the quantity consumed that's an issue , the same may be true for some other drugs .
I wonder how close to 80,000 individual fans it was when so many went twice , I was one of them and recognised a couple of others . Both nights were great and sunday was the better set in my mind , tho the crowd seemed more lively on saturday. The East stand especially looked subdued on sunday . I guess those who went only on sunday hoping to hear Born in the USA were disappointed . But it was fantastic to hear the full Born to Run album along with so many other hits . I wouldn't even call myself a big fan - until recently I hadn't bought (or even copied ) an album of his since The River , (and I don't remember much of that except it bored me) , but he rates as one of my favourite live performers .
3 News: A Government of the day has to sign off on Kim Dotcom's extradition - should the Government sign off on Dotcom's extradition?
Norman: No. I've always said I don't support the extradition process. I mean, I just don't think it's fair. I mean the fairness isn't there - look at the way they have been acting illegally against him...
the Party Party on monday is cancelled . Confession : read it on WO first ( well it is good for a laugh )
I suspect that even if he were to be somehow persuaded that WO is primarily a news site , Blackie would still say that the protections don't apply in this particular case .
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He replies that he’ll do it if they pay him. The PR companies doing the asking are being paid, so why shouldn’t he
I didn't see it as a big deal either , until I quoted RB on Whaleoil , which prompted both a denial and an accusation that I was lying (actual words were something like he doubts RB said that ).