It was on south park. He was the only person in the world who didn't understand a joke about fish sticks (fish dicks) and the joke ends with "you must be a gay fish". He was pissed the entire episode and killing people over it and ranting on TV.
I really wish she would have slapped him. Even as sweet as a girl as she is, everyone would have found it fitting. I have a good amount of respect for her as she does a lot of charity work and doesn't seem to be smug even after all her success. It would have been just enough to turn the control back onto her being the dominate one in the situation, but enough to not be disrepectful in the public area.
Today’s video of the day shows Kanye West at last night’s MTV VMA Awards. Just as Taylor Swift was giving her acceptance speech, West jumped onto the stage and with a microphone and said that Beyonce should have won. While I agree with his analysis, such behavior is shameful. It was Swift’s moment to shine and Kanye ruined it. Inexcusable.
my wife changes the channel if he ever comes on...cause i start yelling and calling him a racist.
I watch him so I can get worked up and rant to myself He always has to open his mouth and have the final word, all while sitting there with that smirk on his face. I sometimes think he takes an opposite stance on a topic just for the sake of arguing and causing ****.
In 2005, Ebony Magazine named him one of America’s top 30 Black leaders under 30 years old.
Dr. Hill is the author of Beats, Rhymes, and Classroom Life: Hip-Hop Pedagogy, and the Politics of Identity and the co-editor of Media, Learning, and Sites of Possibility and The Anthropology of Education Reader. He is currently completing two manuscripts: Knowledge of Self: Race, Masculinity, and the Politics of Reading; and You Ain’t Heard It From Me: Snitching, Rumors and Other People’s Business in Hip-Hop America.
Trained as an anthropologist of education, Dr. Hill holds a Ph.D. (with distinction) from the University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the intersections between youth culture, identity, and educational processes. He is particularly interested in locating various sites of possibility for identity work, resistance, and knowledge production outside of formal schooling contexts. Particular sites of inquiry include hip-hop culture, urban fiction, and African American bookstores.
Gee you don't think Fox brought him on board just to stir people up do you? They are just fair and balanced!