Burkini babes are something you won’t find anywhere except France, and even there it looks like those wearing a burkini are in trouble. The burkini, for those who are unaware, is an invention for stupid women who enjoy being oppressed by an ancient irrelevant religion so that they can still go to the beach and retain their modesty. They do have to give up their dignity though. While avoiding the beach entirely seems like an easier option, no French government is going to tell Muslim women what they can wear. Nor should they… but the attitudes of a country can skew a little left of sane after a terrorist attack. Until everything settles down, let’s all enjoy the latest issue of Muslim Sports illustrated Swimsuit Edition. I hear you can see some forearm.
Hillary Clinton is going to be our next president. The problem is, the alt right doesn’t think she’s going to make it because her health is in question. The alt right is convinced she has dementia, fatigue, cancer, brain damage, and a multitude of other ailments that seem largely absent in all her public appearances. The alt right is the group of republicans that have a penchant for conspiracy theory, and their leader is Alex Jones. Mr. Jones is out of hid goddamned mind but makes a tidy living off his lunacy doing his radio show, so more power to him. But not too much more power, the alt right seems to matter all of a sudden and that’s not good for anyone.
Some anchor on Good Morning America used the term “colored people” during a conversation, and people did not like it. It’s an antiquated term from the 50s that is considered rude and racist. This can be confusing, however, because the current term people are using that is considered in good taste is “people of color.” Seemingly the exact same phrase, how can they have such different connotations? We discuss it, and despite all odds actually come up with a cogent reason why that is. Hey, every once in a while we accidentally have an intelligent conversation. A broken clock is right twice a day.