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Friday, May 3, 2013

Wheelies: The Electric Phantom Edition - NYTimes.com

In other G.M. news, the company acted quickly to pull down a television ad some in China considered racist. The ad featured music from Parov Stelar’s jazzy “Booty Swing,” which includes the lyrics, “Now, in the land of Fu Manchu, The girls all now do the Suzie-Q, Clap their hands in the center of the floor, Saying, “Ching, ching, chop-suey, swing some more!”

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"Racism" was once a deadly serious business. Now it's so frivolous an accusation that it's about time that the accused routinely had a bucket of water poured over her.

Posted by: dearieme | May 4, 2013 1:31:27 AM