2010 NFL Draft: Five White Guys Pave the Way in Green Bay

March 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Have you ever seen the Wesley Snipes-Woody Harrelson movie "White Men Can't Jump"? Most of you over 30 probably have.
Have you also noticed that people like Chris Rock, Charles Barkley, and Whoopie Goldberg can make funny jokes about white people, and race-related issues, but when a white person says anything, they often get fined or suspended?
Jimmy the Greek noticed too late. Al Campanis learned the hard way too. So did Don Imus.
Down here in Dallas, we have three main sports channels on the radio, and it's refreshing because all three of them candidly discuss racial issues. They do it seriously at times, and they make hilarious jokes at times.
Of course, as with every professional comedian, not all jokes are great. But it's nice to hear because people need to loosen up about being afraid to discuss race.
Randy Galloway is the funniest, and he actually reminds me a lot of Don Imus. He's pretty famous, and was on ESPN National a lot during the Terrell Owe...

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