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Been a member for a couple months, this is my first post-- apparently the Washington Post decided they needed to expose racism... at the Washington Post... specifically by shaming someone who attended a Halloween party... hosted by a Washington Post staff member... almost TWO years ago. The person being shamed was wearing a conservative outfit with blonde hair, blackface, and a nametag that said "Hi, my name is Megyn Kelly", in reference to remarks Kelly had recently made about it being acceptable to wear blackface when she was a kid. In other words, the lady was making fun of Megyn Kelly, not black people. But that didn't stop two other party-poopers-- er, party-goers, from confronting her about how offensive blackface is to people of color, completely missing the fact that that was kind of the point of the costume. All three people left the party soon after, and that should have been that. Except somehow George Floyd caused one of the women to remember the incident and so she ...

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What have you guys been missing recently from the before times?

I have been itching for a darts + beer + friends outing.

Rainy, crappy, cold weather, means it’s time for a big batch of split pea w/ ham. A great Dumpster Fire snack!

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