Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Scooter, Nov 13, 2013.
the black guy might have a sense of humor and when asked his name, may have just said "the black guy"
in which case it's funny.
Hey, at least it didn't say "porch monkey."
Remember the Red Lobster waitress claimed that a customer gave her no tip and called her a "Reggie" on the receipt? Well according the analyses of two handwriting exports, it was all a big hoax. The customer didn't write it.
Surely this has to be legit...it's not like black people have access to Sharpies.
Read some of the comments. Some people have been so indoctrinated in victimology-for-profit that they can't recognize the difference between someone describing reality ("the black guy" written about a stranger who didn't give a name in a store likely full of white or asian trendy types) and racism ("we don't serve your kind here, boy"). They unwittingly reveal that they think to merely acknowledge someone as being black IS bad. As if you said "the ugly guy". Because deep down, beneath all the layers of phony self-righteousness, they DO think being black is a negative, and they feel sorry for the poor things.
Best post of the year IMO.
You are right. Well said. Now gay is the new black.
There was only one black guy in Starbucks? Hmmm....at least four of five in Dunkin Donuts, and two of them are robbing the place.
The starbucks drinkers are outnumbering the humans.
what is stopping anyone taking a Starbucks cup and a Sharpie and just writing that and taking a picture?
My wife asked if we could take our Keurig machine on vacation.
I may give this an ounce of plausibility if it just said "the black guy" but it includes "in starbucks". No shit he is in starbucks, look at the cup.
This set of comments was interesting:
For all we know a white guy ordered that drink and when asked what his name was he just said,"the black guy" as a goof. I give fake names all the time in starbux. I think we are over analyzing this!
She is right!