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07/06/2010

Video: 'Well at least he's dead, right? Now he can go to hell with all of the rest of the f***ots'

by Jeremy Hooper

In the last post, we showed you an instance of basic cable "F word" usage, and asked if it was okay in this particular, uniquely nuanced instance. But now on the flip side, here's a reminder of why this word is so understandably loaded: Because it's so fully internalized and so often repurposed by the kinds of people who proudly burn us in effigy:

Perhaps these young'uns are confused by all of those groups who wanna retain the legal right to fire gays? I mean who'd be surprised if they were, really? When careless adults light such a dangerous fuse, the potential for sparked explosion is as limitless as it is frightening.

**UPDATE: As you can see, the video was pulled. But for posterity's sake...

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