Wednesday, April 11, 2007

I won the internet yesterday.

Some guy named Dan told me I did.

I made a serious comment, but then had to go about quoting my hero, who doesn't see color, but people tell him he's white and he believes them because he can get a cab. You know who I mean. Colbert!

And his anti-Hungarian stance, which he apologized for because the Hungarian amabassador had an awesome guitar.

If only real racism was that easy to fix.

I loved the Word last night. Can I just say, those kids are idiots and don't speak for me? I want all the insurance I can get! I'm still taking 12 daily meds, and most will continue for a few years, if not the rest of my life.


I love Stephen and I heard he gets most of his things from The O'Reilly Factor, but I can't bring myself to watch the latter and say to myself, "It's a joke," because it's not and he's no where near as cute as Stephen.


Princess Banter said...

Aaaah racism... I agree with you that it's not easy to fix. As a matter of fact, I think it's here to stay for a while though it's gradually getting better. Once kids have become color blind and can't tell the different between nationalities (figuratively, not literally)... then we're on the way there :)

Kaitlyn said...

The worst racists (in my narrow experience) do not live in the cities, or the south, or anywhere diverse.

Racism comes from ignorance - the only exposure a kid growing up in Nebraska has to other races is the TV. That's bad.