The final line of defence is that the film can't possibly be racist because it's funny. I'd like to know when "funny" became a synonym for "morally acceptable" as in the phrase "I'm sorry, but that's not funny". It should be obvious that humour has a disturbingly cruel side - one which can easily draw strength from racism and xenophobia.
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Tuesday, November 14, 2006
Finally, someone gets it.
Posted by Argyn at 7:12 PM