Well, I AM Proud, But . . .

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  1. Jamie says:

    Oh wow, that's just so wrong, but so hilarious! Thanks! :)

  2. David says:

    If I had a pasty Aryan cousin, he'd look like Ken.

  3. anne mouse says:

    Facebook has ads?

    You really should install AdBlock. Or spend less time on Facebook.

  4. David says:

    +1 anne mouse. My facebook experience is ad-free. It's the only way to fly!

  5. Basil. Forthrightly says:

    Alas. Phillip K. Dick died too soon.

  6. LTMG says:

    And for family names like Black and Brown. I suppose the Green, Greene, and Blue families are safe. Don't know about the Pink family.

  7. mud man says:

    You're not going to get one??

  8. rmd says:

    What's the problem? It's not like anybody would ever miss the "a" and think it meant something it totally doesn't mean.

  9. Artor says:

    Hey Ken, I have some great marketing ideas for you! Everyone wants a high-powered lawyer in a power suit and power tie when they go to court. You should advertise yourself as White Power! It'll make you rich! I'll only take 10% of your profits for my idea. What could possibly go wrong?

  10. Rliyen says:

    Wow. Just. Wow.

  11. Carl 'SAI' Mitchell says:

    You really, really ought to block ads. A very large proportion of malware (computer viruses) spreads via online ads, mostly flash ads. Ads are not harmless, anyone can pay for them and the ad networks largely don't have effective screening.

  12. albert says:

    @Nathan:

    It _must_ be related to the W.Va Whites. What else could it mean?
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    Of course, if folks didn't know about the them, might would misinterpret it to mean something else entirely.

    @Ken:

    In my neighborhood, that shirt would be the equivalent of having a target painted on your back. If you're having trouble having trouble find you, get one.

  13. wgering says:

    I suppose it might make your dealings with the TSA and cops a little better…

  14. gramps says:

    Is this not a natural result of the Reservoir Dogs motif used in the author listing?

  15. Tim Cushing says:

    Perhaps you may find some affinity with this artist.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWgLBEvvMpA

    (Not just because of the name. He's actually amazingly good. Plus, he "liberates" precious Disney IP. And, for god's sake, isn't it time we got behind Whitey and gave him a leg up?)

  16. James Beige says:

    Say it loud!

  17. Warren Vita says:

    This was printed by one of those custom t-shirt companies that allows anyone to design a shirt, then try to get enough people to order it to make it worth printing. Kind of like Kickstarter for shirts. I have to assume it's for a family reunion, given that the grammar doesn't quite make sense for a white power sort of slogan.

  18. Dion Starfire says:

    Even funnier would be if that ad were suggested for Patrick.

  19. nooj says:

    They work perfectly! You do realize every ad platform deliberately places inappropriate ads so as to keep from being creepy?

    http://www.jwz.org/blog/2012/02/go-ahead-be-evil/#comments

    " "With the pregnancy products, though, we learned that some women react badly," the executive said. "Then we started mixing in all these ads for things we knew pregnant women would never buy, so the baby ads looked random. We'd put an ad for a lawn mower next to diapers. We'd put a coupon for wineglasses next to infant clothes. That way, it looked like all the products were chosen by chance.

    "And we found out that as long as a pregnant woman thinks she hasn't been spied on, she'll use the coupons. She just assumes that everyone else on her block got the same mailer for diapers and cribs. As long as we don't spook her, it works."