The Thoughts of an Educated Young African American Male

Girls Gone Wild syndrome is prevailing theme among pop culture whites. Introducing Katie Rees, Former Miss. Nevada

another one of pop cultures’ role models.Reeves wilding out

 Only one day ago I said that Miss USA should not be fired because by under-age drinking, sneeking guys into her room, kissing other women, and the fake breast, she actually represents what teen and young adult popular culture stands for.

In the lastest example of how true that statement is, Miss. Nevada Katie Rees was “stripped” of her crown as pictures surfaced of her acting like she was on Girls Gone Wild. There are pictures of her kissing other women, exposing her self, and basically acting a fool. But, this is cool. This is what a lot of these young women do now. I am just thankful none of your young African American women celebrities (A list down to F in this case) act that these women do. If we could get Nicole Richie together we would be good in that department.  

Oh, there are more pictures, but I think that these two sum up the type of behavior I am talking about.

December 22, 2006 Posted by | fake breast, Girls Gone Wild, Katie Rees, Miss Nevada, pop culture | 15 Comments

Tara Conner, Donald Trump, and Rosie O’Donnell (the 3 Stooges)

The white persons’ dream: white; fake breast, excessive drinker and; appears loose!I am on Christmas break, and all the burdens that a break brings (bar applications, competition briefs, case notes to write, etc…) come to the forefornt; but, I do happen to watch a lot more television than I am used to.


And, Fox news seems to be fixated on the Miss USA scandal. Oh yes, Shepard Smith asked a panelist 3 times about Miss USA kissing Miss Teen USA. Every show had to show her walking in a bikini, and that seemed like the major news story of the day.


In a surprise turn of events, Donald Trump is “spitting hot fire” at Rosie from The View about her comments. She seems to think that this is a publicity stunt and the girl should be fired. I agree with that part, but I don’t understand why they think the girl should be fired. Who cares? She doesn’t hold a serious job and no one’s life is at stake. At most, she should keep her job because by underage drinking, partying too much, and having fake breast, she represents exactly what young white females in popular culture stand for. If you fire her, she becomes a martyr, being vilified for the exact same thing some young women want to become.


However, Donald’s reply to Rosie is juvenile and pathetic. He calls her ugly and talks about taking her girlfriend. Sounds like something 2Pac or a rapper would say, not a person from the Wharton School of Business. Donald needs to keep it real. All that money and the ability to get any hot model he wants to marry him has him delusional enough to think he can pull that off because of his looks. In the words of Nas, “negro please.” Donald would be lame if it wasn’t for the fact he is rich. But, it is what it is.  


In the end, this is great publicity for the Next Miss USA. Think of how many young white girls from middle school to college will tune in to watch their role model pass the crown, and to see who will represent them next. Donald, you are a genius.

December 21, 2006 Posted by | club, college, Donald Trump, Miss America, Miss Teen USA, Miss USA, pop culture, Rosie O'Donnell, Tara Conner, The View, Uncategorized | 10 Comments