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I think we’ve all learned from watching television that the last thing you want to do is call a crazy person, crazy. Juice anyone? Everyone’s definition of “crazy” is different for one, and plus, calling someone that isn’t nice, even if men like to say that about women on the regular. But the women on this list from some very influential, good and bad movies played crazy so well and almost so real that it was scary. These are just a few of many, so feel free to add more in the comment’s section. So, crazy? I GOT YOUR CRAZY! Just keep a’clicking…
There’s more shock jock buffoonery clogging the airwaves but this time the scope has been broadened from one specific black woman—Whitney Houston—to all the black women working as TSA Agents at LAX Airport.
Last month, John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou were suspended for nearly two weeks for calling Whitney a “crack ho” on-air, but unfortunately they didn’t leave their racist one liners at home while they were supposed to be thinking about their actions. One week after retuning to air, they had a great time poking fun at LA airport security with another KFI morning host, Bill Handal.
According to EurWeb, While discussing a new initiative to ban fast food in south central, Bill Handal gets to the “fun” part of the moratorum by explaining why this ban is needed. He says South Central is the “fat capitol of southern California.”
“This is where all of those screeners—those fat black ladies who used to be the airport screeners in tight capri pants—they’ve all moved to south central.”
I love the silence in between his statements as he waits for the co-hosts to laugh and no one does. But while the silence may seem like a sign that the other hosts thought he’d crossed the line, it seems John and Ken were just getting their own lines together. When either a caller or a guest asks the hosts not to paint his people with the same brush and insists the workers are intelligent and very educated, John cuts him off immediately and says:
“I’ve seen them at LAX so I disagree with you right off the bat. Yeah I’ve profiled them. It’s not fair? It’s true…some of these people are scary to me.”
This is why paid suspensions don’t work.
Although you can’t expect much from a station with the slogan, “All White. All the Time,” the hosts’ disrespect is pretty blatant, especially for two men who just got off “punishment.” Clearly they didn’t learn their lesson.
Do you think it’s time to up the consequences for John and Ken?
Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.
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I don’t care if you are the loneliest in the women in the world, there are just some guys out there that you simply don’t want to attract. We’ve all been hit on by a guy (or a girl, yikes!) who left us feeling a bit uncomfortable, albeit, hella scared, or just plain ‘ol sad because their life situations just don’t work with our preferences. And if the men on this list try and get at you and you say no thank you, it usually creates an awkward situation. So! With no further adieu, here are a few examples of some of those guys you just don’t want to get your flirt on with like that…
Picture this: He was kinda cute and came on strong. You weren’t feeling him at first, but with all the attention, phone calls and texts, flowers at work and pleading puppy eyes, you gave in. You were flattered that he made you feel like the only madame in the world–it gave your ego a boost of adrenaline and you got to thinking…”Mmmmm…I like the way his lips look when he sips his orange juice…”
Two, three months in, you’re hooked. You finally give him what he said he’s wanted all this time–your love, your devotion, your body–and the logical action is to step the relationship up a level, right? Nuh uh, because dude’s about to do an illegal U-turn. He stops calling as much. It starts subtly, his calling three times a week instead of five, and then inexplicably, you become the pursuer, increasingly frantic and ashamed of yourself for acting stalkerish, but you’re completely befuddled about what happened. The reality may be that you actually did see his commitment-phobe ways coming, but you just didn’t think anything of it. It happens! Just don’t let it happen again. Here are a few signs that could have passed you by.