Tag: Peak Negro
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#DetroitWater: Responsibility Is Hard

turn“You can now pay someone’s delinquent Detroit water bill online!” writes Kiratiana Freelon at the Washington Post.  How wonderful.

The Detroit Water Project, started by two women on twitter (and people with, you know, actual programming and organizational experience), has seen coverage by news outlets like Al Jazeera, The

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MLK As Consumer Brand

Cool story, bro: a party planned in Flint, Michigan went viral last week, threatening the West’s narrative on the negro question.

Particularly damaging were the party’s fliers, depicting civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s face photoshopped on a BET actor.

Oh, and the party’s theme

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SWPL-Down Economics: Accidentally Pro-slavery

SWPL-Down Economics refers to the idea that, thanks to material abundance (at the expense of vassals both foreign and domestic), high-brow SWPL preferences become affordable and accessible to the mass.

The libertarians are wont to view the result of SDE as a desirable “fruition” of man’s efforts. They do

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Peak Negro: Air Jordan Riots

A little late, but today’s article comes from The Daily Mail.

Chaos followed the release of Nike’s Air Jordan 11 Gamma Blue sneaker on Saturday morning as fights broke out in stores across the country between customers keen to get their hands on a pair.

Each year, the

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