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Once again, I've said it many many times, everything starts at home. Kids are 'taught' to be hateful, to hate, to make fun of, etc. Until PARENTS take responsibilites for how their children act, it will never end. Face it, there are far too many so called parents that don't parent their kids, they let the schools, the streets, televison, and so on 'teach' their kids. So unless our movies and tv shows go back to the 'Leave It To Beaver' days, nothing will change. And I never understood why movie writers insist on putting such fowl and/or offensive language in movies anyway. A movie can be just as good if not better without all the fowl derrogitory language.
I think Mr. Cooper went overboard with it! I mean yes we need to rid the world of derogatory language but in the trailer he sort of corrects himself and the meaning, he says "not homosexual gay" I think the movie looks like it will be hilarious...people take things way way to personally...do you know how many times I here "like a blonde...blah blah" which is usually something meaning stupid or slutty...doesn't mean I take it personally, he just needs to chill, not a big deal!!
Yeah, and when somebody took a hit on your cigarette and left spit on it, "we" would say they "n-lipped" it, even if they weren't black. And if they got a good deal on something, "we" would say they jewed the guy down. I can go on, but I'm not sure it's really necessary. If you're not bright enough to figure it out in the first place, you probably won't understand it no matter how many examples you get. Or why I keep putting quotation marks around "we."
That's pretty gay of Anderson Cooper to take such offense. Calling someone gay when they are not has always and will always be used as a put down and we all know how cruel kids can be. Whining about it is only going to cause the word to be used even more.
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