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Memory Lane Monday: Duterte and Daash

Memory Lane Monday: Duterte and Daash

PD hates to kick your off your week with anything dark, pessimistic or chilling, but we do it...

Genius Idea: Air India’s Customer Service

Genius Idea: Air India’s Customer Service

At a time when airline customer service seems to be an archaic concept, Air India, ever the...

Too Many Holidays

Too Many Holidays

Today’s 4/20, and after Easter on Monday, Earth Day over the weekend and Witch Burning Day the...

Adidas and Pepsi Competing to Be New Coke

Adidas and Pepsi Competing to Be New Coke

So far 2017 seems to be the year where top and semi-top tier companies vie to win the PR label of...

Just Sayin’: Auntie Maxine’s Denim

Just Sayin’: Auntie Maxine’s Denim

If you’re stuck on the title of this article, don’t be---apparently, it’s a thing. Yes, those...

Memory Lane Monday: Harry Reid and Negro Dialects

Harry Reid...what can we say?Tax expert and head of the Washington D.C. tourist board, Harry Reid, is the star of this week’s Memory Lane Monday.

Back in 2010, it was revealed in the book Game Change, that Reid was so jazzed on Barrack Obama being the black candidate for president, because he was a “light-skinned” and “didn’t have a negro dialect unless he wanted to.”

Wow, yeah. And it’s the right that’s so freakin’ racist! Worse than Joe Biden?

When Reid was caught in all his bigoted-glory, he promptly apologized, “I deeply regret using such a poor choice of words.” Poor choice of words? What words should you have picked?

Did we mention that Harry is also the Senate Majority Leader? Nevada really does elect the best and brightest.

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