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2013-07-25 04:49:49 PM
8 votes:
Yes racist.
2013-07-25 05:22:47 PM
5 votes:

ginandbacon: Diogenes: What, you thought she was just an incidental racist?  A social racist?  Only racist when she has a drink or two?

There are racists who try not to let on about it in public. Especially around the objects of their racism.


When I read the complaint that led to all of this I kind of came to the conclusion that she and her family and business associates didn't even try to conceal their feelings.
2013-07-25 09:58:31 PM
4 votes:
Shiat! I hate coming in late to posts like this. However, some of us actually work.

I was born in the early 50's, and, before I was one, was moved to Florida. (I come from New Jersey.) I landed in a small town not even on the map. Yet, it is in a book. (The Boy in the Model T.)

Segregation was in full swing as I was growing up. My folks had an equal rights policy, which didn't make them all that popular with some folks. My parents never said a racist noun concerning black people. They never ranted on and on about black people. They did not like the fact that going into banks, black folks stepped out of line to let the white folks in, that there were separate bathrooms, separate sections in restaurants, separate schools and all blacks lived in separate communities.

I guess around 1956 or 57 I started paying attention to things going on around me. In short order I learned about white trash, hillbillies, how some folks were still fighting the civil war and these lean, mean looking white men -- poor but proud -- who settled things with their fists, tried to drink the county dry every Friday and kept the cops busy. I met their kids, who promptly taught me how to swear, stole almost anything not tied down, usually smoked by age 8, tended to settle arguments with their fists had these enormously fat mothers with cankles and periodically showed up with bruises from when 'Dad' disciplined them.

That's when I learned the assorted names for black people -- along with names for Damn Yankees (like me), the few foreign kids, the local police and any kid (male) who acted effeminate, couldn't play baseball or couldn't fight. Since my family history has a dash of Polish in it along with Italian, I heard every Polish and 'WOP' joke there was.

I met the 'rich' kids, who dressed and acted differently from everyone else. I met the early Surfers, along with the 'Greasers' -- who had transmission fluid for blood.

I'm aware of employees working in the homes of the wealthy who have been asked to dress in various forms of garb. Especially French maid. I know of butlers who would be caught dead without their full three piece suit on. I know of bars and restaurants where the workers are required to dress in various ways. Like Hooters.

I know of people, of all races, who have made their money off their peons' ideas or efforts and neither gave them raises or recognition. (The guy who invented piston rings was told to knock it off and get back to work. He was nearly fired for presenting his idea and it was several years before it was accepted and implemented.)

I developed a new way to keep track of freight we shipped off in plastic bags when I was a courier for Airborne Express. I was neither recognized for it nor given a raise. Yet, it saved the subcontractors hundreds of dollars.

This thing is not race specific.

When I did private medical duty for some very rich folks, I had to park my battered old car in the back. They didn't want it seen out in front. I was required to wear a white uniform also, especially when driving them about, like for shopping and taking them to their club. At the club, I had to wait in their car, reading and checking the entrance frequently for an hour or so. When they emerged, they expected me to drive up and be there within a few minutes.

I grew up with Aunt Jemima Syrup. Also the black 'mammy' on Tom and Jerry cartoons. I never considered the way they dressed to be demeaning. Actually, being familiar with the many Civil War reenactments, where players strove to be as accurate as possible in their costumes, I never thought about it either way. Actually, I considered Aunt Jemima Syrup as one of the Quality Products out there.

Plus in the Tom and Jerry cartoons, the black cook was an authority figure.

I think folks need to get their heads out of their arses concerning Paula Deen.

BTW, I saw and loved 'Song of the South and Uncle Remus. None of us kids condisered him anything but a nice, elderly black guy. I also saw performances by Amos and Andy and they cracked me up. They cracked all of us kids up.

However, the NAACP has decided that both shows are racist and both are banned. They cast black people in a bad light. Yet I've watched many a gangsta show with mainly black leads who cast black people in a worse light than those previous programs ever did.

Discrimination is NOT relegated to black people alone.
2013-07-25 07:11:02 PM
4 votes:
Paying the woman who tasted and cooked a vast majority of the recipes that made you famous, who has worked for you for decades, who worked on a cruise for you and who had to take *vacation time* for it (but expenses were covered!  go figure!) $10 an hour...

not sure if racist, but dickish, incredibly so.

MUCH LIKE NOT POSTING THE F--KING ORIGINAL SOURCE, SUBBY/FARK.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/25/us/paula-deens-soul-sister-portray s- an-unequal-bond.html?pagewanted=all
2013-07-25 05:13:40 PM
4 votes:
Oh God dammit.  She's a farking white trash cracker from a white trash town that no one would bother to piss on.

Move on.  There's nothing new to see, just more of the same shiat.  I hope Bourdain mentions it tonight.
2013-07-25 07:46:49 PM
3 votes:
So, for a dinner theatre, someone was asked to wear a costume, the horror!! I'm getting awefully sick and tired of the daily 'that's racist' crap.
2013-07-25 07:46:04 PM
3 votes:
i.imgur.com
2013-07-25 07:24:03 PM
3 votes:
I wouldn't necessarily assume she's "racist" -- in the sense of "believes whites to be naturally superior to blacks." But I would say that she has an unhealthy romantic idealization of the Antebellum south. I think she just assumes every black person below the Mason-Dixon line since 1840 was as jolly and non-judgmental as Uncle Remus.
2013-07-25 05:27:08 PM
3 votes:
I really wish I could remember the Farker who put it best in one of the first Paula Deen threads:

"She's fifty years old and was born and raised in Georgia.  How the hell can anyone think that she's NOT racist?"

/Props to you.  You know who you are.
2013-07-26 04:22:24 AM
2 votes:

cc_rider: Gyrfalcon: PainInTheASP: I really wish I could remember the Farker who put it best in one of the first Paula Deen threads:

"She's fifty years old and was born and raised in Georgia.  How the hell can anyone think that she's NOT racist?"

/Props to you.  You know who you are.

My aged grandmother was born in West Virginia in 1916. She is not as racist as Paula Deen.

My grandmother was born in East Bumfark, Alabama around the same time give or take a year, and she was not racist at all, to my knowledge.I never heard a racist word or even an ethnic joke out of her mouth or Mom's.

It's not about where you were born, or even where you grew up. It's how you were raised.


I was on my phone, hence brevity.

The point here is age is not a factor; nor location of birth. All this b/s about how Paula Deen is an "older woman" and "raised in the South" so she can't help her "racist culture" or whatever--it's all pure, 100% unadulterated bullcrap. I'm almost 50, so watch the "older woman" thingy, first of all--anyone under 80 has grown up since WWII and anyone under 60 has lived their whole life since segregation was banned in all 50 states; so pretending we don't at least comprehend that overt racism is a no-no is getting into snorkel territory with the fecal matter.

Second, where you were born, raised, lived, died, reincarnated, is irrelevant in a global society, since it's been proven right here on Fark that you can live in the depths of multiculti and be as lily-white racist as any Aryan ever spawned, or tolerant even in the snowy depths of Alaska. And finally, racism isn't defined in a single act of brutality (like a half-white half-Hispanic man killing an African-American boy) or a single word (like a white woman calling a black robber a n*gger). Racism is defined in the way a person lives their whole life. A person might never use a single derogatory racist term and treat minorities with surface respect and yet be racist to the bone; and it might be possible for another person to use casual racial slurs and yet be more supportive of minorities than his so-called "tolerant" neighbors.

This haste to examine every individual action or word and declare it "racist" in a vacuum has led to the mess that got us the Zimmerman trial--Zimmerman may well have been a racist; but he's more an idiot who shouldn't be allowed out loose on the street. Deen may be a racist, but it isn't because of any single thing she's done or said--her whole persona screams noblesse oblige and patronage towards the "help" and picking out examples of her evil racism glosses over the greater harm she's done with her folksy surface charm and Southern butteryness. Bullying her colored servants into playacting house n*gger so she could pretend to be Scarlett O'Hara bespeaks a greater racism than any word or action Deen might say. What's sad is that it took so long for anyone to notice.
2013-07-25 09:46:37 PM
2 votes:

Benjimin_Dover: ScaryBottles: ecmoRandomNumbers: I have a friend who wears a do-rag and big hoop earrings when he makes pancakes. But that's because he's gay. And racist.

I always find that combination hilarious, almost as good as when African Americans oppose equal rights for LGBTs and Latin Americans.

And that pretty much explains the war on Hispanics by the Sharpton, Jessie, and Obama types.


Keep your retarded hands off my posts.
2013-07-25 08:43:14 PM
2 votes:

PainInTheASP: I really wish I could remember the Farker who put it best in one of the first Paula Deen threads:

"She's fifty years old and was born and raised in Georgia.  How the hell can anyone think that she's NOT racist?"

/Props to you.  You know who you are.


Well, I'm 53 years old and was born and raised in Tennessee, and I'm not racist. Growing up in the South doesn't automatically mean you're racist, you know. In fact, there are plenty of racists who've never set foot in the South.  Deen was raised by people who instilled these ideas and beliefs into her, either deliberately or inadvertently, and she never questioned or realized they were racist.
2013-07-25 07:39:08 PM
2 votes:
built her empire, in part, on the back of Dora Charles

Oh noes, everyone who has ever employed me built their empire on my back.  That's like 12 empires.  No wonder my back hurts.
2013-07-25 07:29:25 PM
2 votes:

ecmoRandomNumbers: I have a friend who wears a do-rag and big hoop earrings when he makes pancakes. But that's because he's gay. And racist.


encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com

Honey, ain't nothin wrong with that if you look good doin it.
2013-07-25 07:27:44 PM
2 votes:
I'm beginning to think the people who dwell on racism are like the loudest homophobes
2013-07-25 07:22:36 PM
2 votes:
Paula Deen was raking in millions while paying the cook only $10/hr.  To try to make the cook dress like 'Mammy' on top of such low wages is just insult to injury.
2013-07-25 06:03:41 PM
2 votes:
Fox News offers her a job in 3...2...
2013-07-25 05:32:57 PM
2 votes:

serpent_sky: PainInTheASP: "She's fifty years old and was born and raised in Georgia. How the hell can anyone think that she's NOT racist?"

Her being only fifty is the only surprising thing in that sentence.


She's 66.
2013-07-25 05:27:30 PM
2 votes:

Diogenes: ginandbacon: Diogenes: What, you thought she was just an incidental racist?  A social racist?  Only racist when she has a drink or two?

There are racists who try not to let on about it in public. Especially around the objects of their racism.

When I read the complaint that led to all of this I kind of came to the conclusion that she and her family and business associates didn't even try to conceal their feelings.


Yeah. So arrogant and frankly stupid.
2013-07-25 05:19:05 PM
2 votes:

Diogenes: What, you thought she was just an incidental racist?  A social racist?  Only racist when she has a drink or two?


There are racists who try not to let on about it in public. Especially around the objects of their racism.
2013-07-25 05:13:52 PM
2 votes:
What, you thought she was just an incidental racist?  A social racist?  Only racist when she has a drink or two?
2013-07-26 07:01:28 AM
1 votes:
I think Paula Deen has been so insulated from society by her money and inner circle that she honestly doesn't know what she did could be viewed as extremely offensive. She lives in a little bubble she made for herself. It's probably very comfortable in there for her.  I don't think she's a bad lady, but she is a somewhat selfish and very ignorant one. If she spent some time away from her yes men and more time out and about with actual real people, she'd come around fairly quickly.
2013-07-26 05:06:08 AM
1 votes:

ThrobblefootSpectre: RexTalionis: You know, there are hundreds of serial killers in the US, about 95% of them are white

I was curious about this claim.  So a quick google shows you completely made it up, and it is wildly false.   But I'm sure if I spouted complete lies about how 95% of all killers are black, you would consider that racist. Think about that a moment.  Though I seriously doubt you will.

From  http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/serial-murder

"Contrary to popular belief, serial killers span all racial groups. There are white, African-American, Hispanic, and Asian serial killers. The racial diversification of serial killers generally mirrors that of the overall U.S. population.

• Charles Ng, a native of Hong Kong, China, killed numerous victims in Northern California, in concert with Robert Lake.

• Derrick Todd Lee, an African-American, killed at least six women in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

• Coral Eugene Watts, an African-American, killed five victims in Michigan, fled the state to avoid detection, and murdered another 12 victims in Texas, before being apprehended.

• Rafael Resendez-Ramirez, a native of Mexico, murdered nine people in Kentucky, Texas, and Illinois, before turning himself in.

• Rory Conde, a Colombian native, was responsible for six prostitute homicides in the Miami, Florida area."


He never stated that 100% of serial killers in the U.S. are white.

The percentage isn't 95%, but it's certainly over 80%. Excerpt from a 2009 Psychology Today article:

Statistically, more than 80% serial killers are white males, but it does not suggest that being a white male makes the person 80% more likely to become a serial killer, because the absolute frequency is so low.
2013-07-26 02:41:29 AM
1 votes:

RexTalionis: You know, there are hundreds of serial killers in the US, about 95% of them are white


I was curious about this claim.  So a quick google shows you completely made it up, and it is wildly false.   But I'm sure if I spouted complete lies about how 95% of all killers are black, you would consider that racist. Think about that a moment.  Though I seriously doubt you will.

From  http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/serial-murder


"Contrary to popular belief, serial killers span all racial groups. There are white, African-American, Hispanic, and Asian serial killers. The racial diversification of serial killers generally mirrors that of the overall U.S. population.

• Charles Ng, a native of Hong Kong, China, killed numerous victims in Northern California, in concert with Robert Lake.

• Derrick Todd Lee, an African-American, killed at least six women in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

• Coral Eugene Watts, an African-American, killed five victims in Michigan, fled the state to avoid detection, and murdered another 12 victims in Texas, before being apprehended.

• Rafael Resendez-Ramirez, a native of Mexico, murdered nine people in Kentucky, Texas, and Illinois, before turning himself in.

• Rory Conde, a Colombian native, was responsible for six prostitute homicides in the Miami, Florida area."
2013-07-26 02:28:15 AM
1 votes:

mongbiohazard: stirfrybry: Soup4Bonnie: stirfrybry: I'm beginning to think the people who dwell on racism are like the loudest homophobes

I've read this three times and it still does not compute.

Not too bright, are you?
http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=show_mes g& forum=105&topic_id=1977210&mesg_id=1977278

Nope I'm not seeing it either. Sorry, we're not all fluent in stupid.


Now, now, let's be gentle. Stirfry says he's (she's? ou's?) only "beginning to think." For a beginning thinker, it's not a bad sentence. It's spelled correctly and is grammatically correct. Stirfry's posts will get better and better as he (she? ou?) moves from beginning thinking to intermediate thinking. Maybe some day, far in the future, there will be some advanced thinking and perhaps even synchronized thinking when there are more than two thoughts to rub together.

/don't line them up like that and we won't hit them for a line drive
2013-07-26 02:20:48 AM
1 votes:
The relevant photo.

indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
2013-07-25 11:31:32 PM
1 votes:
2013-07-25 10:35:20 PM
1 votes:

Diogenes: ginandbacon: Diogenes: What, you thought she was just an incidental racist?  A social racist?  Only racist when she has a drink or two?

There are racists who try not to let on about it in public. Especially around the objects of their racism.

When I read the complaint that led to all of this I kind of came to the conclusion that she and her family and business associates didn't even try to conceal their feelings.


Holy shiat... if even just a *fraction* of those charges are true... I'm honestly at a loss for words. I don't know how the plaintiff put up with that environment for as long as she did, but I imagine that attitude is more common in some parts of the country than anywhere I've lived. fark the whole Hiers-Deen clan. Not just for the racism but also the blatant sexism.

Thanks for posting that, hadn't actually seen it before (still reading, but had to break for another drink.)
2013-07-25 10:10:11 PM
1 votes:

twat_waffle: eatin' fetus: Racism is not asking a black woman to dress like Aunt Jemima. All the white people trying their hardest to be outraged over this should realize that what they are really concerned with is their own sense of self-righteousness and how other people see them. This bit of news is merely another way for you to seemingly prop yourselves above the average white person.

White guilt does a real disservice to everyone involved. You're turning what should be a mixed society into a tribal one with your ridiculous insecurities.

Dude, even I know that Aunt Jemima is a racist caricature, and I had to look up the word "mammy" because I had never encountered it used with regards to race relations.

This might not have been a case of malevolent racism. It may have just been Paula Deen being a dumbass. The problem is that dumbassery like this is still racist. Allow me to give you a couple of examples:

A.) I believe that black men are morally and intellectually inferior to white men, and that their natural station in life is one of subservience to white people. I attribute all of the crime, violence, broken families, and poverty that black people deal with to them just not being capable on a biological level of participating in civilized society; I think that they were better off as slaves.

B.) I grew up in Greenwich, CT, and I went to Eton for high school. My image of young black men has been almost entirely shaped by the media. So, when I see a young black man walking toward me on the sidewalk in New York, I cross the street. I also marvel at how articulate the President is.

Now, multiple choice time. In which example am I racist?

A.) A

B.) B

or

C.) All of the above.

/I'll give you a hint
//it's Fark


Not totally sure where you were going with that.

The entire premise of my post was to illustrate how people who profess their white guilt are in fact dividing society in an attempt to make themselves appear holier than thou. In my opinion, that behavior is incredibly pretentious and rarely called out for what it is.

It's like walking up to a black person and saying "Black people have had it so bad, I totally get it". Stop this bullshiat. You don't get it, you never will, and the sooner you stop using this as a vaguely disguised ego-booster, the sooner black people will have a chance to be just as obnoxious as you.

The outspoken members of the white liberal society are the true segregationists.
2013-07-25 09:45:15 PM
1 votes:
I don't know the context so I don't know if it was racist, unless she then told her to go pick cotton.

But seriously, USA, when will you learn that pre-made pancake mix and corn syrups are crap.

Pancakes made from scratch and maple syrup are the only way to go.
2013-07-25 09:44:27 PM
1 votes:

Day_Old_Dutchie: Sez Uncle Tom...


Tom was a farking  i.imgur.com  in that story.
2013-07-25 09:28:19 PM
1 votes:
Racism is not asking a black woman to dress like Aunt Jemima. All the white people trying their hardest to be outraged over this should realize that what they are really concerned with is their own sense of self-righteousness and how other people see them. This bit of news is merely another way for you to seemingly prop yourselves above the average white person.

White guilt does a real disservice to everyone involved. You're turning what should be a mixed society into a tribal one with your ridiculous insecurities.
2013-07-25 09:17:22 PM
1 votes:

KrispyKritter: hoecakes? tell me more about these hoecakes!


Hoe's gotta eat too.
Say it with me...
Winky Dinky Hoecakes.
2013-07-25 08:58:32 PM
1 votes:

dittybopper: penthesilea: Paula Deen was raking in millions while paying the cook only $10/hr.  To try to make the cook dress like 'Mammy' on top of such low wages is just insult to injury.

OK, now I'm getting an image in my head of lesbian porn featuring Claudia Marie as Paula Deen and some random BBW chick dressed as Aunt Jemima.


I'm getting an image of me throwing rocks at you for even suggesting this.
2013-07-25 08:49:10 PM
1 votes:

PainInTheASP: I really wish I could remember the Farker who put it best in one of the first Paula Deen threads:

"She's fifty years old and was born and raised in Georgia.  How the hell can anyone think that she's NOT racist?"

/Props to you.  You know who you are.


My aged grandmother was born in West Virginia in 1916. She is not as racist as Paula Deen.
2013-07-25 08:29:07 PM
1 votes:

SuperNinjaToad: rev. dave: Scientists should research what happens to the brain's executive function with aging a bit more.  Please describe how it is harder for the racists to keep their mouths shut when they get older.    I would have preferred them getting gentler and more accepting with regret about their bad old days of ignorance.  I can still wish.

I think you got it wrong.. from my personal observation I think people tend to get more racist as they get older not the other way around. The only difference being that because older people have less adrenaline and are generally 'gentler' doesn't mean their views or heart has change for the better.


I think it makes more sense that older people lived during a time when being racists was normal and accepted and not shat upon.
2013-07-25 08:25:08 PM
1 votes:

the_vicious_fez: The sense I got from reading that article was that she had very fond memories of growing up and was trying to recreate those memories without understanding just how destructive that environment was to everyone who wasn't her or her family. I agree with the previous poster who theorized that she's completely oblivious about all of this, but not malevolently racist.


Or, it could be the Extortion Train signaling that it's about the leave the station.
2013-07-25 08:04:08 PM
1 votes:

Godscrack: Fox News offers her a job in 3...2...


Because Fox News needs more Democrats to make it more balanced?
2013-07-25 07:59:39 PM
1 votes:
pbs.twimg.com
2013-07-25 07:51:36 PM
1 votes:

PainInTheASP: serpent_sky: PainInTheASP: "She's fifty years old and was born and raised in Georgia. How the hell can anyone think that she's NOT racist?"

Her being only fifty is the only surprising thing in that sentence.

Yeah.  I caught that right as I hit submit.  But you have to agree, fifty is really old.


fark you, man.  fark you.

/i'm young at heart
2013-07-25 07:42:17 PM
1 votes:
Found a pict of Paula lighting a BBQ.

assets.nydailynews.com
2013-07-25 07:38:19 PM
1 votes:
Fun fact from wikipedia about Aunt Jemima: "Aunt Jemima originally came from a minstrel show as one of their pantheon of stereotypical African American characters."

Minstrel shows, for anyone not in the know, where those shows where white people dressed up in blackface.

So...racist asked cook to dress up like character invented by racists to sell flavored corn syrup.
2013-07-25 07:37:19 PM
1 votes:
If asking someone to dress up like a syrup bottle is racist, then the syrup bottle is also racist. Where's the outrage against the Aunt Jemima company?
2013-07-25 07:35:39 PM
1 votes:
I can see maybe trademark infringement.  But these "digging deeper" attempts are even weaker than the original accusations.
2013-07-25 07:18:29 PM
1 votes:

ginandbacon: Yes racist.


Even if true, which I seriously doubt, it's not racist to have a black person dress like a well known black character.
2013-07-25 07:15:34 PM
1 votes:

ecmoRandomNumbers: I have a friend who wears a do-rag and big hoop earrings when he makes pancakes. But that's because he's gay. And racist.


I always find that combination hilarious, almost as good as when African Americans oppose equal rights for LGBTs and Latin Americans.
2013-07-25 07:15:31 PM
1 votes:
Scientists should research what happens to the brain's executive function with aging a bit more.  Please describe how it is harder for the racists to keep their mouths shut when they get older.    I would have preferred them getting gentler and more accepting with regret about their bad old days of ignorance.  I can still wish.
2013-07-25 07:15:15 PM
1 votes:
OK, now, maybe this is just me, but doesn't the newer, non-Mammy  Aunt Jemima look like Fireman Bill after a particularly bad incident:

changeoffaces.files.wordpress.comd44ytnim3cfy5.cloudfront.net

I mean, I get the negative implications of this image:

24.media.tumblr.com

But quite honestly, I think the Mammy version is more attractive.  The new version is just farkin' disturbing.  I'd date the old Aunt Jemima, but I'd be too freaked out by the face of the new one.
2013-07-25 07:14:39 PM
1 votes:
upload.wikimedia.org

Paula should have been introduced to chocolate salty balls.
2013-07-25 07:12:08 PM
1 votes:

ecmoRandomNumbers: I have a friend who wears a do-rag and big hoop earrings when he makes pancakes. But that's because he's gay. And racist.


Are the pancakes good, I mean real good? Willing to overlook the other stuff if so.
2013-07-25 07:11:07 PM
1 votes:
What does Paula Deen need with a cook?
2013-07-25 07:08:34 PM
1 votes:
In Deens defense, it's not like she could have worn blackface and done it herself. Now THAT would be racist!
2013-07-25 05:58:49 PM
1 votes:

TheDumbBlonde: serpent_sky: PainInTheASP: "She's fifty years old and was born and raised in Georgia. How the hell can anyone think that she's NOT racist?"

Her being only fifty is the only surprising thing in that sentence.

She's 66.


Maths are hard for some folks.
2013-07-25 05:57:51 PM
1 votes:
Oh great, now we have to endure another round of totally not racist conservatives lining up to eat at her restaurant to show how "tired they are of political correctness".
2013-07-25 05:43:19 PM
1 votes:
3.bp.blogspot.com
2013-07-25 05:31:43 PM
1 votes:

PainInTheASP: "She's fifty years old and was born and raised in Georgia. How the hell can anyone think that she's NOT racist?"


Her being only fifty is the only surprising thing in that sentence.
2013-07-25 05:31:40 PM
1 votes:

scottydoesntknow: Was she making pancakes? I could understand if she was making pancakes.

/Now I want pancakes


Yes, yes she was

Ms. Jones was also in charge of making hoecakes, the cornmeal pancakes served to every guest. Ms. Deen had designed a station so diners could watch them being made. At both jobs, Mrs. Charles and other employees said, Ms. Deen wanted Ms. Jones to dress in an old-style Aunt Jemima outfit.
2013-07-25 05:27:27 PM
1 votes:
Was she making pancakes? I could understand if she was making pancakes.

/Now I want pancakes
2013-07-25 05:18:39 PM
1 votes:
to be fair, she was born in 1847.

i'm sorry; i'm being told that she was born in 1947. never mind.
2013-07-25 05:17:38 PM
1 votes:
How much you want to bet she fantasizes about the black male waiters taking her upstairs after the party and re-enacting Mandingo?
 
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