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2010-12-14 10:05:13 AM  
Also, if somebody disses on chopsticks, they're ignorant and have that dangerous low self esteem where anything they don't understand or can't do is to be dismissed as worthless.

Again, keep your kids away from that asshole.
 
2010-12-14 10:05:57 AM  
Amigajoe: SandmanMS: mike4688: As long as he's not saying it at his place of work, he can say whatever he wants. Racist or not. If the community feels he needs to lose his job over it, they are out of line. It was bad jokes between dumb friends, outside of work. Flyers. Haha. Reminds me of South Park. "He said WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT!?" (Campaign to ruin life ensues.)

THIS. Bring it up at the next election for head honcho football guru. And I'm sure these people have never said anything offensive. I say we review all of their Facebook posts and public statements and make sure they've never offended anyone.

/Racism will never go away. It makes a lot of diverse groups too much money-Oh, is that why he said that stuff? To make someone money. Got it.

Not sure if you're trolling or just a moran but allow me to explain this to you. There are a lot of organizations, non-profits, chief diversity officers at companies and universities that make a lot of money to eliminate racism and increase diversity. If they do their job really well they are now out of a job. Most people and groups act in their own self interest so this is a huge disincentive for them to fully solve the problem. So even though these groups and people will improve things they have an incentive to make sure racism never goes away and they get to keep their job.

//Every issue from big to small will now be racist to make sure it never goes away -Oh, so his 'jokes' weren't racist until somebody made them so? Got it.
As the larger racial issues subside smaller things will take their place to make sure the problem doesn't go away. So things like this that would have warranted an "oh, he's ignorant" response "let's vote him out at the next election" now become "we need to print flyers, get on the news, and make it a big deal" kind of issues.

Luckily my generation seems to be farking our way to all of us being one race.

///Slashies? Racist? I'm just sayin' -Wait, isn't Slash from GnR half-black? What are you trying to say?
I heard he was, but only from the waist down. Ba dop dop ding!
 
2010-12-14 10:07:29 AM  
JPSimonetti: I'm sitting here thinking about all the conversations I've had with an old friend of mine that is from Pakistan. We'd bounce back and forth some horribly offensive jokes about him being a terrorist, the religion of peace, and whatnot. But it was cool, because he was a funny guy and knew how to have a good time. He knew words were just words and none of us took any issue with him.

If we were going back-and-forth on Facebook, I'd do it there, too. All my friends love inappropriate humor and no one would care. If they took anything I said seriously, they obviously didn't know me too well.

And here's the problem ... Context. Was this guy having a back-and-forth with a friend? Is he the type to know saying something racist doesn't mean you're a racist? Was it a back-and-forth conversation that others viewed with horror, yet the person on the other side was mexican/asian?

I'm not making any judgement here, because I could see others getting in an uproar about the shiat I say without understanding the relationships I have with people and my sense of humor. People need to lighten up and stop trying to be victims.


but the point of Facebook is that it isn't a private conversation. You are aware that the things you say to your Pakistani friend could be offensive and hurtful if not for his sense of humor. I doubt you would say them out loud in a place where you didn't know the audience entirely but they knew you.

It's not like Fark- where you can maintain distance and anonymity if you wish.
 
2010-12-14 10:07:58 AM  
Egalitarian: Also, if somebody disses on chopsticks, they're ignorant and have that dangerous low self esteem where anything they don't understand or can't do is to be dismissed as worthless.

Again, keep your kids away from that asshole.


Lol right because you never made off color cracks about things ever in your life.
 
2010-12-14 10:09:22 AM  
DingleberryMoose: EWreckedSean: In fairness it is kind of a stupid English rule that its implies ownership where the rule for possession is 's for almost every other singular noun.

But there's no pronoun that comes to mind where 's is the possessive. Them's? Us's? Him's? Her's? Nope's.


Y'all's
 
2010-12-14 10:10:52 AM  
suggestive_eye_movement: GungFu: Quotizmo: Captain Dan: The guy is dumb and posted some tasteless jokes. He might even be a racist. So what?

There are thousands and probably millions of things that will impact the lives of these parents more negatively than what this coach writes on his Facebook page.

This. They are handling it the wrong way. They should do what Troy does on Community. Just re-tweet it under "Old White Guy says". Let hilarity ensue.

"...my son is mixed, and if Mr. So-and-so is there next year, I don't think he will play."

Yes, because there is only one racist out there. It's best just to avoid him and learn strength and character while hiding under the covers.

The guy's a racist asshole, but why would you want to be coached under him if you know the guy feels that way?

It's not avoiding the subject of racism, it's more about being practical.

Like you would let your kid play ball (hehe!) with a coach who thinks NAMBLA is a great model for Adult-Child relationships.

This. If my kid was Asian and this guy obviously has an ax to grind with them, it would definitely become an issue in terms of grading or IDK JUST BEING TREATED LIKE ANY OTHER KID.


Funny how all the snowflakes in here complaining about this bigots freedom of speech being violated are overlooking this. If he dislikes Asians so much, how can he be expected to treat any Asians he couches fairly? The same for any other group he degrades.
 
2010-12-14 10:11:13 AM  
Colin O'Scopy: I can't believe you people haven't caught on to the bigger picture here. It's not about what he said, specifically! It's about him proving what kind of person he is, by what he says. We're all judged by others by what we say, do, and are.

FTFA, those parents either drive a long way to get there, or purposefully pay a lot more to live in the area to have their kids go to that school. They don't want all that effort wasted on an education filled with racism. Sure, they can't stop it from coming from the student body but they damn well can vote it out when it's discovered coming from the faculty.

If the coach says this kind of stuff on his facebook page, what does he say to the students in the normal course of a day? I'd be pissed, too. The parents are justified.


This is not a school, and while I guess you can stretch it and say a youth league football coach is a "teacher". The association works with the school system but not run by it.

I did agree with your first sentence though :)
 
2010-12-14 10:12:32 AM  
EWreckedSean: CalvinMorallis: EWreckedSean: CalvinMorallis: Once I thought the speed limit was 55. I got pulled over, and the cop told me the limit was 45. I said I didn't know. I got a ticket.

And besides that; if he doesn't understand that Facebook isn't the proper context in which to make these statements, how could one trust him to know he shouldn't make the comments around kids, either?

Did they take a way your drivers license, or did you get a slap on the wrist and told to know better next time? By how you are judging this guy, you are suggesting they should have done the first to you.

Maybe I shouldn't have combined those two paragraphs. The point is that ignorance is no excuse: if you engage in the activity, you are responsible for irresponsible engagement, and you accept the implied consequences.

Drive too fast, you get a ticket, even if you didn't know the speed limit had changed, because that's what happens when you drive too fast.

Post stupid crap on Facebook, you might get fired, even if you didn't know people outside your circle of friends would see it, because that's what happens when you post stupid crap on Facebook.

Drive too fast and maybe you run over a child too. Even if you didn't mean too. This is getting blown way out of proportion.


Um...yes. If you drive too fast and hit a child, you get in trouble. That is correct.

?
 
2010-12-14 10:13:18 AM  
Lifeless: DingleberryMoose: EWreckedSean: In fairness it is kind of a stupid English rule that its implies ownership where the rule for possession is 's for almost every other singular noun.

But there's no pronoun that comes to mind where 's is the possessive. Them's? Us's? Him's? Her's? Nope's.

Y'all's


"All" is a noun, not a pronoun. The preceeding "you" is descriptive, to tell you which all the speaker is talking about. Besides, the correct term is "yer."

/was that silly enough for you?
//thank you for putting both apostrophes in their correct places
 
2010-12-14 10:14:59 AM  
DingleberryMoose: Lifeless: DingleberryMoose: EWreckedSean: In fairness it is kind of a stupid English rule that its implies ownership where the rule for possession is 's for almost every other singular noun.

But there's no pronoun that comes to mind where 's is the possessive. Them's? Us's? Him's? Her's? Nope's.

Y'all's

"All" is a noun, not a pronoun. The preceeding "you" is descriptive, to tell you which all the speaker is talking about. Besides, the correct term is "yer."

/was that silly enough for you?
//thank you for putting both apostrophes in their correct places


Lol'd. Welcome to my favorites.
 
2010-12-14 10:15:50 AM  
angrygrizzly: Yet another person who hasn't figured out the "private" setting on Facebook.

If you friend everyone and their dog on Facebook, at some point you will piss someone off. I have a simple rule--I don't friend anyone that I wouldn't want to share a car with for a long trip.

I've seen people who have over 2,600 friends on Facebook. My response to that is: why? I doubt anyone has 2,600 actual friends--unless they're paying them.

Don't friend your boss. Don't friend the parents of the kids you work with. Don't friend the kids either.

When it comes to friends on Facebook, go old school. Go with people you have actually had verbal conversations with and don't mind that you can be an ass occasionally.


This. Every friend on Facebook is someone I actually know. I've gotten friend requests from people I didn't know because they know someone I'm friends with, so what, that doesn't mean I want to be friends with you.
 
2010-12-14 10:17:42 AM  
CalvinMorallis: Um...yes. If you drive too fast and hit a child, you get in trouble. That is correct.

?


My point is speeding is a lot more dangerous than posting off colored jokes on Facebook, but while you think you should only get a slap on the wrist for speeding, you think this guy should be fired for his jokes he didn't realize people were snooping on him and reading. Why the double standard? Why is an off colored joke worse than driving recklessly?
 
2010-12-14 10:17:47 AM  
Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling

Howser: When Chris Rock says it, he's nominated for an Emmy. When a clueless hick says it, he's crucified.
I'm just sayin....

When Chris Rock says it... it's funny
.

Only white people can be racist. All other races can say pretty much anything they want to and have the unimpeded right to choose who they work and associate with.
 
2010-12-14 10:23:00 AM  
Sensitiveborderarea: Only white people can be racist.

This is true, but not because of the incoherent reason you stated.

In order for racism to have any meaning, it must be enforceable and systematized. A black person hating white people causes no distress to white people because blacks do not have the power to limit white people in any way. On the flip side, white people constitute the power structure in this country, so white people discriminating against blacks causes distress to all black people.

In the same way, whites would not be racist in a country like Japan. They simply do not have the power to exercise and implement their prejudices. However the Japanese certainly could be racist because of the same reasons described above.
 
2010-12-14 10:23:38 AM  
EWreckedSean

Why is an off colored joke worse than driving recklessly?

The coach is a white guy and his insensitive words hurt the feelings of some members of minority groups with special protections. That's why.
 
2010-12-14 10:25:04 AM  
abhorrent1: What did the five fingers say to the face?

/got nuthin


There's gold in them thar hills!

/Booger jokes class the place up.

f="http://www.fark.com/cgi/comments.pl?IDLink=5822591&IDComment=65516507#c65516 5 07">rogue_L_chick: CalvinMorallis: If the guy is savvy enough to set up a Facebook account and maintain it, then he is smart enough to know that what he posts can get him in trouble.


Dude, a monkey could operate Facebook. Check out Lamebook sometime. I wonder how some of those people manage to tie their own shoes in the morning without help, but they can damn sure post about it!


That's racist.
 
2010-12-14 10:30:00 AM  
Snellville. Well, he's not alone. This is, after all, the place that carved a 400-foot-high sculpture of the Heroes of the Confederacy into the side of a mountain.
 
2010-12-14 10:30:43 AM  
Johnny_Whistle: leftteffticle: the first amendment doesn't mean you just get to be an asshole and that there are no consequences whatsoever to the stupid shiat you say

This, this, and THIS.

It always makes me laugh when people who like to scoff at how hyper sensitive everyone is these days get all weepy and pouty when they get called on their crap.


Hence the term "snowflake" because their feelings are so delicate.
 
2010-12-14 10:31:24 AM  
AverageAmericanGuy

A black person hating white people causes no distress to white people because blacks do not have the power to limit white people in any way.

Black men sexually assault white women over 30,000 times per year in the US. White men assault black women almost never. Blacks outperform whites in every other category of violent interracial crime by exponentially high margins. I would venture to guess that many of those violent crime victims feel "distressed" and also "limited" as a result of those crimes.
 
2010-12-14 10:34:34 AM  
EWreckedSean: CalvinMorallis: Um...yes. If you drive too fast and hit a child, you get in trouble. That is correct.

?

My point is speeding is a lot more dangerous than posting off colored jokes on Facebook, but while you think you should only get a slap on the wrist for speeding, you think this guy should be fired for his jokes he didn't realize people were snooping on him and reading. Why the double standard? Why is an off colored joke worse than driving recklessly?


Well, ignoring the fact that you're acting as though "speeding" and "killing a child while speeding" are the same thing, I wasn't saying one was worse than the other. The point is that when you engage in the activity (whether it be speeding or posting on facebook) you have to accept the possible consequences of your actions (getting a ticket or getting fired) even if you claim to have been ignorant of the rules (not knowing the speed limit or not knowing that people outside your circle of friends would read your facebook post).
 
2010-12-14 10:34:42 AM  
Sensitiveborderarea: AverageAmericanGuy

A black person hating white people causes no distress to white people because blacks do not have the power to limit white people in any way.

Black men sexually assault white women over 30,000 times per year in the US. White men assault black women almost never. Blacks outperform whites in every other category of violent interracial crime by exponentially high margins. I would venture to guess that many of those violent crime victims feel "distressed" and also "limited" as a result of those crimes.


I'm struggling to understand why you would bring up that kind of statistic which only serves to denigrate blacks in America.
 
2010-12-14 10:35:46 AM  
AverageAmericanGuy: Sensitiveborderarea: Only white people can be racist.

This is true, but not because of the incoherent reason you stated.

In order for racism to have any meaning, it must be enforceable and systematized. A black person hating white people causes no distress to white people because blacks do not have the power to limit white people in any way. On the flip side, white people constitute the power structure in this country, so white people discriminating against blacks causes distress to all black people.

In the same way, whites would not be racist in a country like Japan. They simply do not have the power to exercise and implement their prejudices. However the Japanese certainly could be racist because of the same reasons described above.


Are you sure about that? I've heard this argument before but it doesn't really add up to me.

Let me put it this way, we all know that not every wealthy/privileged person in America is white (yes, the majority are but not ALL).

Are you suggesting that if a black or asian or hispanic lawyer doesn't hire me to his/her law firm because I'm white (I know that it's a highly imaginative scenario, but it follows logically from your definition) that it's NOT racism? Because I'm white?
 
2010-12-14 10:36:43 AM  
AverageAmericanGuy: Sensitiveborderarea: Only white people can be racist.

This is true, but not because of the incoherent reason you stated.

In order for racism to have any meaning, it must be enforceable and systematized. A black person hating white people causes no distress to white people because blacks do not have the power to limit white people in any way. On the flip side, white people constitute the power structure in this country, so white people discriminating against blacks causes distress to all black people.



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Approves
 
2010-12-14 10:37:05 AM  
uhh.. wasn't it those fishheads that invented the fork???
 
2010-12-14 10:38:17 AM  
Beluga Heights: Are you suggesting that if a black or asian or hispanic lawyer doesn't hire me to his/her law firm because I'm white (I know that it's a highly imaginative scenario, but it follows logically from your definition) that it's NOT racism? Because I'm white?

Replace law firm with any State job, that might require much less imagination.
 
2010-12-14 10:39:09 AM  
Sensitiveborderarea: Only white people can be racist. All other races can say pretty much anything they want to and have the unimpeded right to choose who they work and associate with.

2/10 but you did get a couple of takers.
 
2010-12-14 10:40:57 AM  
AverageAmericanGuy: In order for racism to have any meaning, it must be enforceable and systematized.

Affirmative Action, I agree, is definitely racism.
 
2010-12-14 10:41:33 AM  
AverageAmericanGuy

I'm struggling to understand why you would bring up that kind of statistic which only serves to denigrate blacks in America.

I was responding to your analysis of my comment. I thought your reasoning was defective. I believe a person of average intelligence can understand that.
 
2010-12-14 10:41:53 AM  
CalvinMorallis: Well, ignoring the fact that you're acting as though "speeding" and "killing a child while speeding" are the same thing, I wasn't saying one was worse than the other. The point is that when you engage in the activity (whether it be speeding or posting on facebook) you have to accept the possible consequences of your actions (getting a ticket or getting fired) even if you claim to have been ignorant of the rules (not knowing the speed limit or not knowing that people outside your circle of friends would read your facebook post).

Posting an off colored joke doesn't mean parents snoop around and read it necessarily either. This could have been as harmless as speeding and not getting into an accident if nobody had dug around and found it. So I would say the comparison is valid.
 
2010-12-14 10:44:27 AM  
Colin O'Scopy: I can't believe you people haven't caught on to the bigger picture here. It's not about what he said, specifically! It's about him proving what kind of person he is, by what he says. We're all judged by others by what we say, do, and are.

FTFA, those parents either drive a long way to get there, or purposefully pay a lot more to live in the area to have their kids go to that school. They don't want all that effort wasted on an education filled with racism. Sure, they can't stop it from coming from the student body but they damn well can vote it out when it's discovered coming from the faculty.

If the coach says this kind of stuff on his facebook page, what does he say to the students in the normal course of a day? I'd be pissed, too. The parents are justified.


He's not a teacher as far as I understand, it's a youth football league this people decide to enroll their children in because it has a good record.
 
2010-12-14 10:46:25 AM  
EWreckedSean: Egalitarian: Also, if somebody disses on chopsticks, they're ignorant and have that dangerous low self esteem where anything they don't understand or can't do is to be dismissed as worthless.

Again, keep your kids away from that asshole.

Lol right because you never made off color cracks about things ever in your life.


And of course this means that nobody should ever be held responsible for their actions. Ever.
 
2010-12-14 10:48:34 AM  
EWreckedSean: CalvinMorallis: Well, ignoring the fact that you're acting as though "speeding" and "killing a child while speeding" are the same thing, I wasn't saying one was worse than the other. The point is that when you engage in the activity (whether it be speeding or posting on facebook) you have to accept the possible consequences of your actions (getting a ticket or getting fired) even if you claim to have been ignorant of the rules (not knowing the speed limit or not knowing that people outside your circle of friends would read your facebook post).

Posting an off colored joke doesn't mean parents snoop around and read it necessarily either. This could have been as harmless as speeding and not getting into an accident if nobody had dug around and found it. So I would say the comparison is valid.


But that's exactly my point. On my drive to work, for example, the speed limit on the interstate changes from 70 to 60 as I near the city. If I continue to drive 70 even after the change, I accept one of at least 3 possible scenarios: 1) I simply get to work faster; 2) I get pulled over for speeding; or 3) I get into an accident, and even if it wasn't really my fault, my initial breaking of the speed limit will probably impact any penalties I receive.

Same thing here. Dude posts something stupid on facebook. One of at least 3 things will happen: 1) he continues posting stupid stuff on facebook because nobody but his friends read it; 2) someone calls him out on it; 3)someone calls him out on it and he gets fired.

You engage in the activity, you accept the possible consequences. I'm not saying it's right (for example, the only reason the speed limit changes on my commute route is so the city can nab people trying not to be late for work). I'm just saying that those are the consequences.
 
2010-12-14 10:52:40 AM  
Well, western utensils are clearly superior to chopsticks.
 
2010-12-14 10:55:37 AM  
CalvinMorallis: Same thing here. Dude posts something stupid on facebook. One of at least 3 things will happen: 1) he continues posting stupid stuff on facebook because nobody but his friends read it; 2) someone calls him out on it; 3)someone calls him out on it and he gets fired.

Guys who post funny stuff on Facebook get all kinds of women. The guy's a football coach, probably in good shape. Posting some jokes on Facebook puts him over the top.
 
2010-12-14 10:59:37 AM  
And what the hell is it with the way some Chinese people eat? All the smacking noises and loud clinking of the plate/bowl as if it's all intentional? Is there some custom that says you have to be as obnoxious as possible while eating? Drives me insane. When it happens next to me I just get out of there.
 
2010-12-14 11:13:53 AM  
HOLY CRAP!!!!

THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IT IS SOMEONE I KNOW!!

He never was one to keep his mouth shut or really give a crap what you thought anyway.
 
2010-12-14 11:14:32 AM  
Sensitiveborderarea:
Black men sexually assault white women over 30,000 times per year in the US. White men assault black women almost never. Blacks outperform whites in every other category of violent interracial crime by exponentially high margins. I would venture to guess that many of those violent crime victims feel "distressed" and also "limited" as a result of those crimes.


Just because a crime involved people of two different races does not meant the crime was racially motivated.

As an aside, I'm surprised no one yet is harassing the people who are typing "couches" instead of "coaches". Considering we've deviated onto "its" vs. "it's".
 
2010-12-14 11:21:33 AM  
LaraAmber: Sensitiveborderarea:
Black men sexually assault white women over 30,000 times per year in the US. White men assault black women almost never. Blacks outperform whites in every other category of violent interracial crime by exponentially high margins. I would venture to guess that many of those violent crime victims feel "distressed" and also "limited" as a result of those crimes.

Just because a crime involved people of two different races does not meant the crime was racially motivated.

As an aside, I'm surprised no one yet is harassing the people who are typing "couches" instead of "coaches". Considering we've deviated onto "its" vs. "it's".


There's no Bob the Angry Flower for that one.
 
2010-12-14 11:39:02 AM  
LaraAmber

Just because a crime involved people of two different races does not meant the crime was racially motivated.


Racial motivation is a subject which I have not discussed today. The specific issue I was addressing was whether or not blacks have the power to "limit" and/or "distress" white people in any way. I believe my example was more than adequate to support my expressed viewpoint. I could have chosen to use the example of "white flight", a process by which blacks have driven many millions of whites from their neighborhoods by introducing crime rates which cause those neighborhoods to be considered unsuitable for the family life of most people of European descent.
 
2010-12-14 11:40:10 AM  
Chad Frisbie: they were surprisingly rednecky, considering how he acts in real life, which is nice, and also because he is from the north, not a Florida trailer park.

Southwest VA is, technically, north of GA. And it is why he is rednecky.
 
2010-12-14 11:44:58 AM  
DingleberryMoose: Lifeless: DingleberryMoose: EWreckedSean: In fairness it is kind of a stupid English rule that its implies ownership where the rule for possession is 's for almost every other singular noun.

But there's no pronoun that comes to mind where 's is the possessive. Them's? Us's? Him's? Her's? Nope's.

Y'all's

"All" is a noun, not a pronoun. The preceeding "you" is descriptive, to tell you which all the speaker is talking about. Besides, the correct term is "yer."

/was that silly enough for you?
//thank you for putting both apostrophes in their correct places



Actually it would be "You all is"

The correct term is "Y'ahweh" (You are what you is)
 
2010-12-14 12:06:25 PM  
I recently got a friend request from a woman that graduated the same year as me (1988). Same high school. I didn't remember her by name or face. She remembered me when I arrested her and said as much in her friend request.

What's really funny (to me) is that we're both living 1300+ miles away from our hometown.

Small world.

/this is still a facebook thread, right?
 
2010-12-14 12:12:02 PM  
Officer Mudflaps, please tell me you're not a woman?



/Pssst! Hey everyone - careful what you post, there's a cop on here...
 
2010-12-14 12:16:52 PM  
Which is easier to use to put pee pee in your coke with, forks or chopsticks?
 
2010-12-14 12:21:12 PM  
offacue: Which is easier to use to put pee pee in your coke with, forks or chopsticks?



LOL..oh man that brings back memories.
 
2010-12-14 12:35:25 PM  
offacue: I can understand why he got his wrist slapped for it, but the only reason it became an issue, was one of the kids in class to the joke to his friend who went to another school, and that kid told his dad, who got offended and then tracked down the source of the joke.
he was actually one of the better teachers we had.

You know who else was the source of that joke?


I'm glad you said that, because I didn't get the joke.

/In a classroom.
//It makes us slow.
 
2010-12-14 12:42:56 PM  
Johnny_Whistle: EWreckedSean: Egalitarian: Also, if somebody disses on chopsticks, they're ignorant and have that dangerous low self esteem where anything they don't understand or can't do is to be dismissed as worthless.

Again, keep your kids away from that asshole.

Lol right because you never made off color cracks about things ever in your life.

And of course this means that nobody should ever be held responsible for their actions. Ever.


Consequences will never be the same again
 
2010-12-14 12:43:35 PM  
jigger: Well, western utensils are clearly superior to chopsticks.

Those asian soup spoons are superior, I gotta say.
 
2010-12-14 04:54:16 PM  
SirEattonHogg: Heh. Guess my sense of humor was in the "off" position.

It's ok. My joke wasn't all that funny.
 
2010-12-14 08:57:01 PM  
These parents are very intolerant. And chopsticks ARE for idiots. Forks rule. Sporks...even better. Everyone knows this is true. Give this man a raise and a job at Notre Dame. People who are offended can eat the corn out of my poo with a chopstick.
 
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