Jenn Kosakowski From Columbia, MD is a racist.
Jenn Kosakowski from Columbia, MD, who works at On The Border Grill and Cantina thought it was appropriate to dehumanize black customers on tumblr unapologetically because they were upset with subpar service. Jenn Kosakowski from Columbia, MD believes that if black people don’t like waiting for hours at a restaurant, that they should go back to being slaves.
Racists who get paid to work in hospitality are the racists I hate the most. -Bo
spread this shit like wildfire
Because clearly the woman with her hungry family had no right to be upset when she saw a party, who hadn’t been waiting as long as they had, get seated first. Most people, not just black people, would have upset with this. And of course this black woman’s frustration makes her and all other black people ignorant and deserving of slavery, yet Jenn claims not to be a racist. I find that really interesting.
Mitt Romney Style
If this video manages to sway one voter, I feel like I’ve done my job as an American. Directed by me, written by Adam Conover and Emily Axford, produced and coordinated by our incredible team in LA- Jon Wolf and Sam Kirkpatrick, edited by Nick Barbieri, starring the man of legends, Matt Walton.
Vince and the entire CollegeHumor production team did an unbelievable job turning this video around in an incredibly short period of time and somehow making it look so easy. A ton of credit also goes to Wellington Lora at Cueniverse for making it sound like I could actually hit that high note, and to the hilarious and incomparable Lisa Hanawalt for suggesting the original germ of the idea while we were in line at customs at the Houston Airport. This stupid video is the crowning achievement of my lifetime.
When 1,100 Michigan elementary students were asked to describe what life would be like if they were the opposite sex, over 40 percent of the girls saw advantages to being male; they would have better jobs, higher incomes, and more respect. Ninety-five percent of the boys saw no advantage to being female, and a substantial number thought suicide would be preferable.
Deborah Rhode in Speaking of Sex: The Denial of Gender Inequality quoted by Andrea Dworkin in Scapegoat