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Every movie is not for everybody people! Geesh…calm down.

Originally posted on The Urban Daily:


Quentin Tarantino’s slave western “Django Unchained” has stirred up a lot of opinions both pro and con. Most recently Director Spike Lee was quoted in an interview with Vibe.com stating that he wouldn’t be seeing the film and Katt Williams said in one of his stand-up routines that any black person who did the film “should be shot.”

Well actor and comedian Donnell Rawlings, known for his roles on “Chappelle’s Show” as “Ashy Larry,” among others, has come out in defense of the film.

“Spike Lee, I know you been talking a lot of sh*t. You don’t like nobody’s movies,” he told TMZ. ” You don’t like Tyler Perry movies. You don’t like Quentin movies. I don’t even think you like YOUR movies.”

Rawlings applauded the film for having a happy ending and that “we got to shoot White people” and said that “it’s just a movie.”


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OK. I wouldn’t say I’m in favor of this, but I get where you’re coming from.

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Two days after what many in the media declared a disastrous press conference, the NRA’s David Keene and Wayne LaPierre will appear on the Sunday morning talk shows tomorrow. Will their interviewers be hostile? Most likely, but that doesn’t compare to the sentiment expressed in multiple petitions on the official White House site, asking for the government to declare the NRA a terrorist organization.

One petition, currently parked at 3 signatures, declares that the NRA has “encouraged and enabled the use of violence by facilitating the spread of modern day weapons of mass destruction through instilling fear in politicians and the general populace as a political objective in stopping the rational and reasonable regulation of weapons of mass destruction.” Another accuses the NRA of promoting gun ownership “to advance an anti-government, quasi-revolutionary ideology” and says “the NRA’s advocacy of violence for ideological reasons places Americans at an unreasonable and unacceptable risk…

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For CNN’s Roland Martin, the national conversation on guns just won’t be complete until illustrated by photos of the child victims of Newtown, Conn. No, not the pictures the families have provided, but the ones taken at the scene of the massacre.

Martin makes the case in a blog post, arguing that “maybe it’s time for America to see the results of what our gun culture has wrought.”

That’s America. The land of make believe. Show us the fake stuff, but let’s retreat into a fetal position and scream, “No! No! No!” when forced to see the real thing.

When my producer sent me that text, I recoiled at even the mere mention of seeing with my own eyes the real life results of what a Bushmaster semi-automatic rifle could…

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Ok. That would be NRAA instead of NRA, but you get the point. Where was this LaPierre person raised, the OK Corral? If more guns was the answer, the hood in every city would be the safest places on earth. The logic this guy is using is theme of all the movies and games he […]

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