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Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
What's an African-American? Is that what
Lovie Smith and Tony Dungy are? Does this
mean that Ernie Els is a.....uh.....
European-African? Nick Price too? What
is Vijay Singh? An Indian-Fijian? Or is
he simply "Asian". Tony Dungy is much
lighter than Lovie Smith. Does that make
him a Mulatto-American or Quadroon-American,
or because he has at least one drop of
African blood we knight him "African-American",
even though for all we know the majority
of his genes should have us calling him
a Norwegian-American.

Where the hell does this idiocy end?
02/06/07 @ 10:30
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
I have always referred to myself as a Norwegian-American, so I guess it doesn't end with me. As far as I'm concerned, people should be called whatever they want to be called, Booger.
02/07/07 @ 10:34
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
For some reason, my catchphrase response
reserved for you and Trevor Stevens no
longer works on your blog. I wonder why?

Use your imagination, Kiel! Do you know
what I'm trying to say to you?
02/07/07 @ 22:40
Comment from: Florida Girl [Visitor] Email
I'm with Kiel. People should be called what they want to be called.

Here is what Tony Dungy said after his win: "I know I shouldn't have been the first. I was representing the guys who came before me, the guys who recruited me, the guys who mentored me. The Lord gave Lovie and me the opportunity, but we're certainly not the best, not the most qualified. I know some other guys who could have done it. I was happy to represent those guys who paved the way for me."

Sounds like Tony Dungy identifies himself as African-American. I identify him as a great coach and a great man. Congratulations, Tony!!
02/08/07 @ 08:43
Comment from: Milly Dress [Visitor]
NICE
01/06/11 @ 21:45
Comment from: Kızlık bozma izle [Visitor]
Thank you, very nice note that I took issue.
01/16/11 @ 02:18

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