Smallest Violin

18 01 2016

Los Angeles

Because there were no affirmative action Oscar nominations given to black actors or black-ish movies, there’s pressure on this year’s host, Chris Crock, to drop out and boycott.

This means that to protest the lack of affirmative action in nominations, they want the affirmative action host not to do the only affirmative actiony thing about this year’s Oscars.

Just, lame.

If we crackers had our act together, you black people would be sooooooooooooooooooo fucked.

Straight Out of the Oscars

16 01 2016

Los Angeles

While Straight Outta Compton did receive on Oscar nomination, the #OscarsStillSoWhite crabs have to realize that AMPAS was never going to reward that movie with hardware.

Why not?

Because the movie portrayed one Mr. Jerry Heller as being decidedly less than ethical with N.W.A. members’ finances and accounting.

The Empire Strikes Back

14 12 2015


Things must be going pretty well in her life and her wing of politics must be going swimmingly, if she’s reduced to complaining about this.


12 12 2015


Because today is Saturday.

Considering what time of year it is, his best Christmas song.

Kudos to my biggest fan for complete and comprehensive coverage of The Chairman of the Board’s career in the months leading up to today.

He Lies Like an Aspiring Rapper

30 11 2015

Los Angeles

This is a fairly common tactic among wannabe black rappers, puffing up their rap sheet to be longer or more serious than it actually is, pretending they’ve done more time than they’ve actually done, making themselves out to be bigger thugs and goons than they actually are.  All to try to appeal to black consumers.  Such a wonderful consumer demographic, they are.

So it makes me wonder if Quentin Tarantino’s movies have been popular among blacks.

Hollywood Spiked

16 11 2015


Spike Lee be like:

White people will no longer be a majority fewer than thirty years from now, because of Hispanic and Asian immigration and population growth, so Hollywood better make more black movies.



It’s a New Era

22 09 2015

Los Angeles

Jeffrey Tambor won an Emmy on Sunday night for his role in an Amazon-exclusive series.

Here’s what Jeffrey Tambor was doing in his acting career about 35 years ago:

“Starring” in a short lived “Three’s Company” spinoff.  And this was when he himself was 35 years old, so he must have been born with male pattern baldness.

And yes, that’s Patricia McCormack, of Rhoda Penmark fame.  I know that, because I am the founder and President and only member of the Rhoda Penmark Fan Club.


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