First, the Australian DJ's prank that led to the UK nurse committing suicide. Lusten, this was a harmless prank that no one could have ever predicted would turn out the way it did. It had far less potential to go sideways than say, Opie and Anthony's Mayor Menino is dead prank they pulled back in 1998. if one of his family members heard that broadcast and were so distraught that they took their own life, eh, maybe I could see it. But some chick who didn't pick up on a bad accent gave out only the most boring details on a patient? Yippee. Bottom line: if you kill yourself because of that, leaving behind a husband and two children, you were already unbalanced to begin with. So to say she was humiliated to death? Uh, I don't think so. Just someone whose cheese had already slid mostly offer her cracker and only needed the slightest bump to send it the rest of the way. Related news: Mel Greig has nice tits and as as all know, the girl nice tits will always have a key to my heart.
Second, people getting pissy about South Korean rapper Psy's anti-American lyrics.... which were made EIGHT FUCKING YEARS AGO when he was 26 years old. Like it or not, the Korean war ended sixty years ago, meaning South Korean's Generation-X doesn't really have a firm grasp of the sacrifices that American soldiers made on their behalf. There is already a fair amount of anti-American sentiment running through their colleged, usually flaring up after an American soldiers are accused of raping a Korean girl; just like Marines see almost the same sort of thing over in Okinawa. So a twenty-something Korean kid, playing to a younger Korean crowd, rapos about American soldiers dying? Wow, big shock there. Completely tasteless? Yes. Surprising? No. Especially since this was soon after Kim Sun-il had his head hacked off by militants in the US led invasion of Iraq. Again. Out fault? No, we didn't do the hacking. But shocking that we were blamed in anger? Nope.
Besides like I said, it was eight fucking years ago. Shit, I look back at some of the things I wrote right after 9/11 and I'm a little embarassed. So do you want to be held accountable now for shit you said or did almost a decade ago? I didn't think so. With all the shit going on in the world right now -- the looming fiscal fliff, Russia and the US's new diplomatic pissing match, Syrian president al-Assad ready to chemical weapons, eleven years and counting of war in Afghanistan -- I think we've got bigger things to worry about than what some Korean asshole said almost a decade ago. So let's keep our eye on the fucking ball here, shall we? Besides, if you really want to see Psy in a disturbing light, watch Gangham Style without the music. That's fucking creepy.
"As a proud South Korean who was educated in the United States and lived there for a very significant part of my life, I understand the sacrifices American servicemen and women have made to protect freedom and democracy in my country and around the world. The song I was featured in -- from eight years ago -- was part of a deeply emotional reaction to the war in Iraq and the killing of two innocent Korean civilians that was part of the overall antiwar sentiment shared by others around the world at that time. While I'm grateful for the freedom to express one's self I've learned there are limits to what language is appropriate and I'm deeply sorry for how these lyrics could be interpreted. I will forever be sorry for any pain I have caused anyone by those words." [full text of Psy's apology]
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Ahhh, the 1950s – a time well before the sexual revolution of the 60s and 70s, when sexism was not only tolerated, it was expected and actively encouraged, partly through (AWESOMELY) chauvinistic ads like this. With lashings of hindsight, we're now able to see the funny side of the ridiculously overt sexism on display throughout the ads of the 1950s, mainly because they now seem so incredibly dated. These ads stand as (AWESOME) relics to a bygone era, one in which sexism as well as racism and other forms of intolerance were commonplace. Studying these print ads helps us reflect on today's society and shows just how far we've come. Printing ads like these, complete with their
preposterous AWESOME female stereotypes, would be unspeakable these days.
They goddamn well better be used to prepare for the zombie apocalypse, because I only have two phobias in this world: zombies and spiders. And I use my shotgun to deal with both. Speaking of, try to imagine what it's like to live through a goddamn plane crash. If Hollywood has taught us anything, between the screaming, the flames ripping through the cabin and the flying debris, it's probably the loudest and most terrifying thing a human can experience that doesn't involve some kind of apocalypse. But tell that to the people who were so disinterested in their brush with inconceivable horror that they just slept through it. Take Terry Pierce of Florida, who fell asleep while commuting in a single-engine plane and didn't wake up until he was lying in the woods some distance from the wreckage with his limbs broken and red ants biting at his open wounds, with no memory of anything other than a peaceful sleep.
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