04 / January
04 / January
Black Like Me

Quarterback Robert Griffin III, who leads the Washington Redskins on Sunday to their first home playoff game in more than a decade, isn't an ordinary rookie, according to teammate DeAngelo Hall. According to ESPN commentator Rob Parker, Griffin isn't an ordinary African American. "Is he a brother, or is he a cornball brother?" Parker infamously asked last month. Read my piece @ the American Spectator on the irony of a black quarterback on the NFL's last integrated team enduring flak from an African American journalist for failing to live down to stereotypes.

posted at 09:39 AM

Is it me, or are black people the most racist people on the Planet?

Everything thing to them is color and how people of a particular hue have to act.

Posted by: asdf on January 6, 2013 01:02 PM

Overheard at this evenings game:

"Gee, coach, ya think we ought to take him out? That knee looks pretty bad."

"No, let him play until he collapses. Don't want to get called a racist again."

Posted by: HomerJFong on January 6, 2013 09:18 PM
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