Skip to comments.How to get kicked off black radio
Posted on 06/28/2012 4:07:22 PM PDT by Mary Robinson
How to get kicked off black radio station.
Turns out, it is not that hard. Just follow these directions.
First, write a book about race. In my case, the book is White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it. Then write an article for WND about how Chicago is Ground Zero for this new epidemic of racial crime and violence.
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You can listen to the show at his site: http://WhitegirlBleedaLot.com
by any chance do you know Jim?
I don’t think Colin Flaherty is a bro.
That may have something to do with why he got kicked off black radio.
I once got kicked off a spanish radio station for speaking English.
Flaherty isn't a common black name.
Colin Ferguson isn’t a common black name either. He is black, however. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Ferguson_(mass_murderer)
Flaherty is not black: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Flaherty
As an aside; I generally find blacks who are not liberal to be among the most well read, educated and eloquent of conservatives.
Once the mental brainwash barrier is broken, it’s usually a quick climb to the intellectual top- which as Martha would say “Is a very good thing.”
Jim Robinson, freerepublic’s owner/operator.
His radio interviews are at
I guess brivette thought that since you have the same last name, you might be related. Guess not.
“White Girl Bleed a Lot.” Shouldn’t the noun be plural? That would make it agree with the verb. Or should the verb be “Bleeds.” Something is not right.
I got fired from a Spanish radio station for speaking English.
It’s a quote. It’s what some person of color said as she and her friends were mau-mauing a white girl in a restaurant (a McDonald’s, I think) and it was caught on camera.
Shouldnt the noun be plural?
I suspect he’s using an ebonics apothegm.
It’s Ebonics. Bro. Shizzle.
OK, it’s English for those too ignorant to write it correctly.
“Flaherty isn’t a common black name.”
Actually a lot of black americans have Irish last names.
Here’s a funny story, I once met a woman with my mom’s exact name which even though she was 1/2 Irish (her mom) and 1/2 german (her dad), due to her marriage was a very, very common Irish-type name. The woman I met was black!
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