April 20, 2007


This article just made my day.

TORONTO - Doris Moore was shocked when her new couch was delivered to her home with a label that used a racial slur to describe the dark brown shade of the upholstery.

The situation was even more alarming for Moore because it was her 7-year-old daughter who pointed out “n----- brown” on the tag.

Kingsoft Corp., a Chinese software company, acknowledged its translation program was at fault and said it was a regrettable error.

I honestly think, in the politically correct, overly sensitive, word squeamish society we live in, the time is ripe for somebody with a wicked sense of humor, to name their child "N-gger Brown," just for the sheer riot of watching people squirm when addressing that kid. I'm telling you, roll call in school alone would be worth attending with a bag of popcorn in hand to watch the show.

Posted by Ryan at April 20, 2007 10:55 AM | TrackBack

I miss you-that's hilarious! Is Mel up for it?

Posted by: Autumn at April 20, 2007 07:41 PM
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