If there are not one but three incidents of “racism” on one TV program, isn’t it far more likely that we need a new name for “racism”?
Is it also possible that Big Brother proves that forcing “diverse” people to live together isn’t the smartest idea?
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UPDATE: I thought I’d heard it all…
Crawford first said a fan called him a “racial slur” following the Manchester Fisher Cats’ 11-3 victory over Portland at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. He elaborated on the allegation Friday night.
Speaking in the Red Sox clubhouse before the series opener against the Yankees, Crawford said he was signing autographs pregame when the fan called him a “Monday.” This is a less familiar racial epithet, one many people might not know as a derogatory term.
Urban Dictionary defines “Monday” as “Another way of saying [the N-word] without getting caught.”
Its origins are traced to the bromide about nobody liking Mondays, the first day of the new work week.