The Unz Review: An Alternative Media Selection
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Watch this video captured at a Denny's in Oakland over Halloween weekend before reading any farther. McDonald's is 365 Black for a reason, just as Chick-fil-A is company predicated upon entirely different values. The Chicken Hut in Tulsa is a restaurant that all descendants of Black Wall Street can be proud of and consider the... Read More
All stereotypes turn out to be true. This is a horrifying thing about life. All those things you fought against as a youth: you begin to realize they're stereotypes because they're true. David Cronenberg A word rarely used here is stereotype. It is an ugly word, because ideas have to have a genesis. You would... Read More
All people throughout history have secretly desired the ability to control the weather. Farmers who saw their crop ruined due to droughts; high school football players who dreaded the 100 degree weather during two-a-days in the summer; and George W. Bush, just days before Katrina hit New Orleans, all wished the ability to manipulate the... Read More
One of the many secrets that Black people never wanted to be shared with the masses is their complete and utter disdain for tipping. Black people are intrinsically opposed to parting with their money - one of the reasons they love to shop for the elusive 100 percent discounted item - and find it deplorable... Read More