Monday, May 29, 2017

The big crunch



9 comments:

edutcher said...

They really are insane.

The only way these people get elected is vote fraud and brainwashing.

ricpic said...

The first three controversies could be argued, pro or con, rationally. The last controversy is based on the demonization of whites by the Left and therefore can't be argued over rationally. We are now in a RELIGIOUS war.

ndspinelli said...

Should Irish be allowed to see pizza?

ampersand said...

I thought Burritos were a Tex Mex thing. I read about this in the English papers, I thought the original blog post was some sort of a goof on PC attitudes and a bunch of clueless dufi piled on.
I suppose a good twitter master could convince a multitude of losers to behave into any direction he chooses, like a hypnotist.

ndspinelli said...

amper, That's a good point. I've been off the beaten tourist path in Mexico and never seen burritos on the menu.

Lem said...

I've eaten "original" Mexican tacos... in Florida... it wasn't great.

ampersand said...

nd
Very wise indeed to stay off the beaten tourist path.

Leland said...

I first heard about this story last night while watching "Iron Chef Gauntlet", which really was a contrast from WaPo's thinking. A Japanese food show, Americanized, no longer a Japanese chairman (actor or not), white chairman who became famous on PBS, a white woman with a British surname competed against an American Chef who cooked a TexMex plate, and she beat a Japanese Chef, who cooked a few Japanese dishes, by herself cooking a Thai dish. Not one person needed a safe space when the show ended.

chickelit said...

It's all about getting and securing jobs for La Raza, and keeping others out.