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Rod and Karen respond to listener feedback.

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  1. EvieE

    Nothing will stop me from eating Arby’s not even a dead body in the freezer. They were framed. People are jealous because they have the meats.

  2. PamelaM8

    Did I watch the Trump town hall? Not only hell no, but as my mom said once, hell F*** no! She said that in response to a photo opportunity (for him, obviously, not her!) with then Indiana Governor Mike Pence! Ha ha ha ha ha! My limited attention is much better paid elsewhere, thank you!


  3. backslider69

    Perhaps what Karen meant was that it is easier for white women to benefit from colorism, whilst feigning blackness, than a man? And that social beliefs of white desirability, create dissimilar ranges of who all can represent a black woman vs who can represent black men?
    Though, I see holes in that theory too.
    But maybe, in spaces where black women are routinely discredited, white men’s misogynoir leads them to dismiss suspicion they have for women pretending to black, since they have little respect for blackness to begin with?
    …Anyways, good to see the justice system getting to the bottom of Arby’s Secret Sauce.

  4. ApiafromGermany

    Mindy Kaling’s brother pretended to be black to get into medical school so he is at least one man to to this.

  5. ApiafromGermany

    Maybe things changed how people comment less on their bodies! I hope so!
    My closest colleague for example and I have been to lunch together often, have been to events together a lot and so on. We are about the same age. We never commented on each other’s bodies in any way or said anything about wanting to loose weight or how should eat this or that and what not. We order sometimes more, sometimes less and just eat with no judgment. I love it.
    15 years ago or so I’m sure there would have been some diet talk involved when eating with another woman at least sometimes.
    I would never say anything about the looks of someone’s body to them unless they really asked and even than I don’t know if I would. My go to response is ” every single body is different ” and I hope this would be enough of a response.

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