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Looking forward to see Mark May in Leprechaun outfit


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Carla Sims, communications director for the NAACP in Washington, D.C., said "The term 'colored' is not derogatory, [the NAACP] chose the word 'colored' because it was the most positive description commonly used at that time. It's outdated and antiquated but not offensive."[5]

 

Black or negro work for me, same as white or caucasian. I probably wouldn't have used 'colored', but now looking into it, it does appear dated, but not offensive.

 

Now to the original point...the contrast between a 5'2" red headed white leprechaun compared to a 6'4" black leprechaun with Mark May's face, would be quite humorous.

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wat? When did we go back to the 50's?

 

Just trying to politically correct now guys. Since that is how our 2nd term president calls people of his race. And I quote "people of color need to stand up and make their voice heard"

 

Maybe I should have said African American or would that upset Native African people?

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Meh, just say "black." I just hate the "c" word because that's how my Grandfather talks. He's not the most racially-neutral man I know, I'll just leave it at that.

 

Either way, I want to see that big mofo sporting the Irish digs :)

 

No problem. Remember we are all God's children

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