N Word

Following my post the other day on Bill Bryson’s book, someone commented on my posting it on Martin Luther King day and Bryson’s use of the N word in the excerpt.
Actually the excerpt in Bryson that I was referencing was below the section where he discusses his grandmother using the N word to describe some licorice candy. But truth be told, in no way was I trying to be racially insensitive neither intentionally nor otherwise.
That said however, I do find it “interesting” that the N word is still kicked around like it is. (I put interesting in parenthesis to denote what someone once told me: interesting is a word people use when what they really mean is messed up.) Check out the recent Mark Twain Huck Finn doo dah and Bill Maher’s take on it:

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N Word

Following my post the other day on Bill Bryson’s book, someone commented on my posting it on Martin Luther King day and Bryson’s use of the N word in the excerpt.
Actually the excerpt in Bryson that I was referencing was below the section where he discusses his grandmother using the N word to describe some licorice candy. But truth be told, in no way was I trying to be racially insensitive neither intentionally nor otherwise.
That said however, I do find it “interesting” that the N word is still kicked around like it is. (I put interesting in parenthesis to denote what someone once told me: interesting is a word people use when what they really mean is messed up.) Check out the recent Mark Twain Huck Finn doo dah and Bill Maher’s take on it:

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N Word

Following my post the other day on Bill Bryson’s book, someone commented on my posting it on Martin Luther King day and Bryson’s use of the N word in the excerpt.
Actually the excerpt in Bryson that I was referencing was below the section where he discusses his grandmother using the N word to describe some licorice candy. But truth be told, in no way was I trying to be racially insensitive neither intentionally nor otherwise.
That said however, I do find it “interesting” that the N word is still kicked around like it is. (I put interesting in parenthesis to denote what someone once told me: interesting is a word people use when what they really mean is messed up.) Check out the recent Mark Twain Huck Finn doo dah and Bill Maher’s take on it:

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N Word

Following my post the other day on Bill Bryson’s book, someone commented on my posting it on Martin Luther King day and Bryson’s use of the N word in the excerpt.
Actually the excerpt in Bryson that I was referencing was below the section where he discusses his grandmother using the N word to describe some licorice candy. But truth be told, in no way was I trying to be racially insensitive neither intentionally nor otherwise.
That said however, I do find it “interesting” that the N word is still kicked around like it is. (I put interesting in parenthesis to denote what someone once told me: interesting is a word people use when what they really mean is messed up.) Check out the recent Mark Twain Huck Finn doo dah and Bill Maher’s take on it:

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