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So a lot of people have been buzzing about Desert Vista High School in Arizona, because six brilliant high school senior girls decided to pose for this photograph, which was uploaded onto Instagram:
The PC patrol is losing their Goddamn minds about this, but in the sake of fairness and hot takes, they didn’t come to school dressed like this. They actually spelt “Best you’ve ever seen, class of 2016” first initially:
Then the six of them said, “Oh man, you know what would be totally funny? If we spelt out a muted version of a popular racial slur that all of our favorite musicians say in their songs.”
In all fairness, these girls probably aren’t very smart. How do we know that it wasn’t their friend Erin’s birthday and they just can’t spell? We don’t do we? Just throwing it out there.
Look, was this a smart thing to do? Obviously not. But I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – the tolerance crowd made this happen. For years now all I’ve heard from the PC patrol are excuses and rules about who gets to use this word. They even come up with hilarious things as they go along, such as making rules that it’s OK to say this word if it ends in “a” but not if it ends in “er.”
Ever since the 90’s white kids across America have found themselves in a conundrum when listening to their favorite tunes. I remember listening to the Chronic 2001 and Tupac’s greatest hits on repeat at parties, getting wasted, singing along, and then finding myself in a really awkward position whenever that word came up in the lyrics. It’s a situation every white kid in America has found themselves in. So yea, we can’t blame kids for using this word when we’ve gone out of our way to make up arbitrary rules about who can and cannot use this word in different contexts.
Go to any whitewashed suburban school in America. Look at what the kids at those schools are saying on Twitter. White kids drop “n” bombs like crazy these days. It’s not like it was back in the day. We knew better. But kids today are dumbasses. They’ve devolved. Or maybe it’s just a suburban thing? I dunno, I went to a Worcester Public High School. If I ever dropped an “n” bomb I knew what the consequences would be, and it would have nothing to do with detention or suspension. It would be getting my ass kicked by Ray-Ray and the boys.
These six girls received a five day suspension, which is pretty insane in my opinion. Five days?? That’s what you get for fighting. This is worse than a fight? LOL. Well, I guess the principal kind of had no choice since the PC patrol was up her ass and the whole country was watching their every move. Oh yea, and did I mention that President Obama spoke at this school in 2013? Oops!!
Maybe this is why he came to Worcester Tech instead of North. Teachers at Worcester Tech don’t use the word “color-blind.”
Most importantly, these girls didn’t actually write a racial slur and they certainly didn’t mean anyone harm. This is just six high school seniors doing dumb high school senior things. Randy Marsh can relate:
Anyway, the Internet acted reasonably and fair when they found out about this. LOL. I’m just kidding all six of these girls are gonna die. It all started when a parent at the school named Nicole Farnum came across the photo
So she did the only thing she could do and started tweeting the picture to the Today Show
Rachel the Mad Dog Maddow
And of course Al Sharpton
Because all of those people are known for being fair and reasonable, and would never incite a crowd for their own personal gain.
Then this guy started tweeting out all their names:
“On Ma Mama” has over 35,000 followers, so obviously this got the lynch mobs all fired up. It makes sense that this guy would take so much offense to this, because after all, he would never use that word:
Then my girl Jersey Love joined the mob:
Sure she’s inciting violence towards six high school girls, but it’s OK because she loves Jesus.
That’s when the six girls all started getting attacked by the mob one by one. First there was Samantha Iannone, who has a scholarship to play soccer at Northern Arizona next year. At least she did….
Riley Connor is supposed to be playing soccer at Western State Colorado
And there’s nothing remotely racist about saying stuff like this:
Emily Sears was planning to pursue dancing at TCU
And when the news didn’t include her name, or her firend’s names, people didn’t think that was OK
Because obviously ABC News should be in the business or riling up the masses to seek vengeance on 17 year old girls.
Here’s some more hilarious and yet reasonable commentary
Yea, let’s expel them!!! LOL. The funny part is that I guarantee both of these people have used the phrase, “school to prison pipeline” before. Because it’s racist to arbitrarily suspend students of color, but white girls should be expelled for being dumb. Yup, nothing hypocritcal about that!!
This lady wants to take it a step further:
Hate crimes!!! This is the same thing WANDA accused Turtleboy of being at the DOJ race discussion in Worcester. Well, Carrie Corri and WANDA both hated it, so I guess that makes it a hate crime!
Someone call the FBI!!! Five years in federal prison for all of them!! Finally, someone understands the gravity of this situation.
Great point Ronald. I think it’s completely fair that none of these six girls should ever be able to find a job or go to college. They should be destitute for eternity. After their five year jail sentences in Gitmo they should be blacklisted. Oh wait, that’s racist. We’ll call it whitelisted instead.
Then there’s this:
Oh look, a Change.org petition. That should fix racism!!!
And I think most people would agree that the principal should be fired for not tarring and feathering these girls in the town square.
Yup, no graduation either!!!
Generalizing all white people based upon a photograph taken by six white girls in Arizona. Yup, nothing wrong with that!!
Yea, let’s listen to this guy:
After all, he’s an inter-sectionalist feminist, actively protecting zendaya from society.
Some want to take it a step further – time for a good ol fashioned lynching:
Die bitches!! Die!!
The best part is when you say sarcastic things meant to mock their mob mentality and the social justice warriors like your comment anyway:
All of the girls have either deactivated or privatized their Twitter accounts, and several parody accounts have been created. The only one with an open Twitter thought she’d toss this picture up there as a big “fuck you” to all the butthurts:
See, that’s how you can tell that these are just dumb teenagers and not actual racists. Because anyone who use the “I have a black friend” or “I dated a black guy once” cards, is just not a very smart person. I’m sure this young African-American teenager appreciates the fact that he got dragged into this whole mess as the token black friend.
Anyway, obviously these girls did something stupid, and a stern talking to is in order. I’m glad they hopefully learned their lesson about how the Internet works and how insane people can be. But obviously they should be allowed to move on with their lives. And hopefully people everywhere of all colors stop using this word because it’s a shitty word that should go the way of the Dodo bird.
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