13 September 2019

You Did Actually Say It

Saying, "N-Word" instead of CENSORED is a lot like claiming you didn't pay the bill because you paid with cash instead of a card.

Not being offended when someone uses "N-Word" instead of CENSORED is akin to a waitress being fine that she has to make change but furious if she has to run your card.

The "N-Word" is the same as CENSORED, and proves that people being offended have something else going on; especially since they use CENSORED among themselves freely.

As near as I can tell, this is just about the only racial slur we use a proxy to talk about.

It's the only one with any real power.

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