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(LaughSpin)   This just in: Thanks to Richard Pryor, Chevy Chase is allowed to use the N-word, and you're not   (laughspin.com) divider line 3
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2013-02-07 11:41:39 AM
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I heard McHale's interview and he was brilliant, but even Stern disagreed with him a bit on Chevy Chase getting criticism for using that word. On the set, he used it in a plainly anti-racist context. If I'm quoting someone or discussing the word itself, I'd prefer not to have to say "the n-word" like I'm five.

The Richard Pryor thing was weird, but I suspect that was a joke.
2013-02-07 10:51:33 PM
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A. Snatchfold: It's very possible to surrounded by black people and still be massively racist. If they were alive today any slave owner could tell you exactly that


Yeah, but they are slaves, and 15 free black guys are not.  It's all about control.
2013-02-07 11:31:44 AM
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Gunderson: I never realized that Richard Pryor was the King of All Blacks.


Did he even ever go to New Zealand?
 
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