Monday, April 26, 2021

Whitelash at the “blackest Oscars of All Time”?

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 8:56:00 P.M. EDT

So far, it’s as bad as I thought it would be. Just as onlookers can’t stop themselves from watching an accident, I, for probably the same reason I view negro nightly news (to keep track of what the enemy is doing and saying) flipped the Oscahs on occasionally, to view this 100-car collision.

Four awards at 8:49 p.m. so far have been given, and all going black—Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, the big winner early.

Nothing to see here, no surprises—blacks are strutting around like they own the place.

I sense a pattern developing, (chuckle). Not sure how much I can tolerate.


By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 9:27:00 PM EDT

A Tweet from someone named Brody:

“I’m not saying it’s boring but I’m pretty sure the In Memoriam segment will be the most upbeat part of the show #Oscars.”



By Grand Rapids Anonymous Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 9:56:00 P.M. EDT

Here’s a category where blacks are obviously not intelligent enough to get a nomination—visual effects—technology, using your brain. Five groups nominated—all White.

That’s still Whitey’s area—and there isn’t a damn thing they can say about it.



By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 11:37:00 P.M. EDT

Whites Make a Small Comeback—Win the Best Actor, Actress Awards, Best Picture Winner is about White 60-Year-Olds

GRA: Shocking, to say the least. Anthony Hopkins and Frances McDormand are allowed to win, and Nomadland wins Best Picture.

Other notes: Harrison Ford now looks like Lloyd Bridges in Airplane.

Glenn Close now resembles Cloris Leachman.

A black host chose Close to play a “name that tune” bit, and she supposedly “knew” a nig song called “The Butt.” The nig asked her to dance it—she did—humiliating herself, and the nig—who sounded like Kevin Hart—responded: “This is the blackest Oscars of ALL TIME.”

True, until the very end. A little Whitelash with the major awards? Difficult to say, but I was surprised.

What I saw of the proceedings was unwatchable. What torture I endure for NSU.


N.S.: You gave me my big laugh for the day, GRA! And do I ever appreciate what you go through.

Of Related Interest:

“It’s Oscar Night! Can You Recognize Any of These Best Picture Nominees? (I Can’t); Another Night of Oscars to Avoid”;

“Why Would I Want to Watch the Oscars? Part 2”;

“Why Would I Want to Watch the Oscars? Part 3”; and

“hollywood oscars Really Suck [as if We Didn’t Know], Hails Chauvin’s ‘guilty’ Verdict.”


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
You're made out of sterner than I am GRA, I couldn't bring myself to watch one second of it.