Mokes

Birds are racist now too.

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I don't know where this belongs, lol. Apparently, bird names are racist and "problematic" now. What mental midgets sit around coming up with ways to be offended like this? Were black folks really upset by the bird "McGowns Longspur"? Whose heard of that guy? Anyone? Whose heard of that bird??

 

I wonder if any insects are racist? 

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I saw an Uncle Ben's commercial yesterday where they actually show the old packaging change into the new packaging, along with people of every race. :dismay: Now its just called Ben's.

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1 min ago, Nite_Bite_00 said:

I guess the common blackbird is now an oppressive name.

Man, we have a LOT of those on our feeder gulping down that free seed yo. 

 

 

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14 mins ago, Mokes said:

Man, we have a LOT of those on our feeder gulping down that free seed yo. 

 

 

LOL. i wonder what would happen when there is a blackout? 

BTW is "blackout" now a ray-sis term?

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1 hour ago, Mokes said:

I don't know where this belongs, lol. Apparently, bird names are racist and "problematic" now. What mental midgets sit around coming up with ways to be offended like this? Were black folks really upset by the bird "McGowns Longspur"? Whose heard of that guy? Anyone? Whose heard of that bird??

 

I wonder if any insects are racist? 

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Black Widow Spider

Brown Recluse Spider 

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At least we still have the dickcissel, the great tit, and the brown booby.

 

Sandflee is an enormous dickcissel. :th:

 

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