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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

TV Viewer Alert for Tonight: “ABC” Has More than One Meaning

By Grand Rapids Anonymous

Today for your viewing pleasure... ABC has a diverse night of programming scheduled—one white show and three black shows. To get the token white one out of the way, ABC (All Black Content) starts with a half hour of The Middle, quickly moving to Blackish, followed by, Uncle Buck, a black show that I'm sure is so damned good, they had to stretch it out to an hour. Wrap up the fun by watching the new black To Tell the Truth, where lying black celebs (black celebs are no different than regular blacks) try to figure out if OTHER people are lying.

A pat on the back to ABC for making my decision easy to watch something on another network.


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx

I have noticed on game shows with black hosts that the number of black contestants can hover around 50%h, even with white hosts the ratio of black contestants seems high. Now I haven't watched all of them regularly so maybe it isn't exactly 50% (maybe even higher?), maybe it's less than that. However, the black pop. in the US is 13% so in order for them to be equally represented then 13 out of every 100 contestants should be black but it's clear that that the ratio of blacks is much higher than 13% even if it isn't quite 50%.


If you ask a black racist (that's redundant) about this or a white PC zealot they will pompously inform you that it's reparations for the historical exclusion of blacks in game shows of the past. "We never got to be on game shows in the old days so now whitey's gotta make up for it". Is that really true or just typical race hyperbole pulled straight out of their asses (wanna bet the latter)? I'm not old enough to remember the seminal game shows but I do remember the middle period of the 70's and 80's. I recall plenty of black contestants, whether it was exactly 13% I don't know but it wasn't too far off. If you look at some old Youtube videos of early shows like "You Bet Your Life" etc... you do see black contestants, again, whether 13% more or less I don't know, someone would have to compile the data, but it's clear they weren't completely excluded.

Irregardless of possible historical exclusion there have been so many black contestants in later decades that I think any injustice has been more than made up for. However, in the mind of blacks and PC whites, reparations is open ended and goes on for forever, nobody has any real numbers re historical injustice so it's just understood that without question that blacks are entitled to a 50% representation on any and all game shows ad infinitum. If you dare question that then you are considered "racist", any network that refuses to go along would be labeled a "racist" network. That's the game nowadays.

Try to reason with negroes on this issue presents a problem: 90% of negroes in the US simply cannot comprehend percentages. This is not even debatable, I've been embroiled in many arguments and observed many online and even in person and it's quite clear that only a very few negroes can deal with even rudimentary math. Their default argument is to simply dismiss your math as "White man's numbers". Yes, folks that's an actual quote from more than a few of them.

This also occurs in talk shows like Maury, every other dysfunctional baby making mnachine happens to be a black couple or a black man impregnating a white woman.

Anonymous said...

The difference between white man's numbers and black man's numbers IS:White man's numbers add up.
I'd wager a paycheck that in the 60s,black population was considerably less than now.I haven't looked it up,but that's my guess.I remember seeing a few of them on... say,"Let's Make a Deal".Much more polite."Thank you Monty","Thank you Mr.Hall".Those days in fact,are long long gone.
As for now,TV shows like high energy and blacks will put on a show when the camera and lights go on.They're born fakes and turn it on easily.Whites haven't mastered this ridiculousness...I hope we never do.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Good point about a lower pop. of black 50 or 60 yrs. ago. I wasn't really thinking about that but blacks reproduce at much higher rates than whites, their current 13% share was probably lower then so if there were less blacks on TV then it wasn't necessarily discrimination, just different demographics. Here we go with that pesky rudimentary math, typical negro would have been lost by the 2nd sentence.

Anonymous said...

Let's all check out tonights Negro Nightly News,where Lester Holt opened by focusing on the "sit-in" at the House concerning gun control.Black congressman John Lewis got air time.This,of course,fits in with the liberal viewpoint of guns,not terrorists are the problem--so it gets the lead.Typical.Next,Holt gleefully announces that Trumps speech today about Hillary Clinton,"was full of lies".Holt could barely contain himself as he handed off to token white Hallie Jackson (is she white?I know Katy Tur is).
Al Roker stopped by,Miguel Almaguer and the beat goes on.At the end a story on the Cleveland Cavalier parade,where half the nig team was walking around in only athletic shorts and no shirts.I swore it was the Chicago ghetto.Anyways,looks like NBC has its own "Blackish" show--every night at 630pm.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Every time you turn on the TV there is either a negro or Spanish surname news reporter or some black game show host or some program about the civil rights movement.

Anonymous said...

"so if there were less blacks on TV then it wasn't necessarily discrimination, just different demographics."

Seemed like negro entertainers [singers and dancers] such Nat King Cole, Sammy Davis Jr., etc. were about all.

with the obligatory group of negro dancers in the background accompanying Sammy.