Woo! Nice tits love

Just lovely:

The NAACP’s mission of political correctness and equality careened off the rails this week when a local president complimented a TV reporters breasts during an interview.

Don Harris, the president of the Maricopa County Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, had just finished an event at Tempe Union High School District to discuss an incident at the school in which several girls wore black t-shirts bearing the letters “N-I-*-*-E-R” on them.

Umm, yes:

But after the meeting, while participants were speaking with the media, he was caught on camera saying Channel 12 reporter Monique Griego had “nice tits.”

Perhaps not quite le mot juste in that situation. Even if true…..

Sadly, he didn’t in fact go the whole hog. Because while he did say “I fucked up” for the complete perfection of this story we should have had “I fucked up talking about her nice tits while protesting over the use of the word nigger”.

We need Ron Burgundy to go that far, right?

15 thoughts on “Woo! Nice tits love”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    Well I think that it would be better to know if she did have nice tits before commenting, but I am sure Rusty will be along in a second to tell us that it is racist to question a Black man’s use of the demotic Ebonics to describe a pair of mammary glands on a fellow cishet.

    Or he would if not for the best part of the whole story:

    There are now calls for Harris’s resignation and at least one minister seeking his ouster blames not Harris’s sexism, but his “white privilege.”

    W. T. F.? So it is alright to be a local leader of the NAACP if you’re White – as long as you admit it?

    It is a confusing old world.

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    Having carefully examined Stig’s photo I am afraid I must disagree with Mr Harris. I hope I won’t get called a racist for that. But they are not nice tits. They are f*cking nice tits.

    I doubt anyone in the cishet community is going to disagree.

  3. Is oustee a word? It is now!

    Anyway, welcome to Massachusetts Bay, I hope you enjoy your stay. It’s very safe here. Everyone watches everyone else, all the time.

  4. Sigh… all microphones and cameras are live. Always. I don’t if you just pulled the cord out.

    But still, watching the Left tear themselves to pieces over who is more pure is fun. It always reminds me of Life of Brian. “Are you the Judean People’s Front?” “Fuck off. We’re the People’s Front of Judea! Judean People’s Front. Wankers.”

  5. Slightly OT, but I’m getting increasingly pissed off with the current trend for having female sports reporters who just (totally coincidentally of course!) happens to be good looking.

    I watch a fair bit of cricket, and have been watching the Aussie Big Bash, and the current series in NZ, and they keep cutting to a some blonde reporter or other on the sidelines to ask some banal questions of the batsman whose just got out or whatever. These women obviously know zero about cricket, and are just employed for their looks and perky personalities.

    I have no problem with bringing in women sports reporters and commentators, but can we have ones who actually know the sport they are dealing with please? And if such doesn’t exist (which is probably the case for cricket, being a sport for borderline Aspergers types) don’t have any female reporters at all?

    I mean they don’t employ the blokes because they’re good looking, they employ them because they know what they’re talking about. How about, I don’t know, a bit of equality, and doing the same for women?

  6. Bloke in North Dorset

    Jim,

    TMS have had a couple of good female broadcasters and summarises. I suspect more will be coming through as women’s cricket gets more air time.

    Rugby appears to be going the same way as well.

  7. The Beeb tried a female football commentator a few years back. She was awful – far too screechy. I can only suppose it was a masculinist plot. They should have hired Moira Stuart – a bit thick, but a wonderful voice. And the thickness wouldn’t have mattered because of the English habit of turning off any brain cells when it comes to football anyway.

  8. This isn’t the first time one gets the impression that the NAACP doesn’t spend much time or effort on vetting chapter presidents.

    Fortunately the image of a randy middle-aged man who doesn’t know how act in public when it comes to women is squarely at odds with the stereotype of the average African-American male, or there could be real damage done.

  9. “TMS have had a couple of good female broadcasters and summarisers.”

    But thats radio. They can actually choose people who are good at commenting/summarising, regardless of how they look.

    Whereas on TV they just go for bimbos. They don’t know a square leg from a wooden leg, they just get told to stand there and ask dumb questions like ‘Are you upset to have just got out?’ to batsmen as they walk off the pitch.

    I mean people seem to think that having these women involved is somehow ’empowering’ and ‘furthering equality’, all the usual guff, when all its really saying is ‘Don’t worry you know nothing about whats going on love, just stand there and look pretty.’ Its hardly a step up from having dolly birds sprawled over cars at motor shows. They certainly aren’t there to provide any insight into whats happening on the pitch.

  10. Ah, the good old days.

    I remember cricket matches with scantily clad pretty girls wandering round the boundary handing out free packets of fags.

  11. Dolly birds at motor shows was one of the West’s greatest inventions. The deprecation of them is a good demonstration of why we need to pack every last puritan onto a boat back to the Levant and let them fight it out over what God hates the most.

  12. “I remember cricket matches with scantily clad pretty girls wandering round the boundary handing out free packets of fags.”

    These days that would be the top story on BBC news 24 for at least 48 hours, barring a major war or Donald Trump saying something not really that controversial.

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