Monday, July 1, 2013

Aryan Nation


There is a movement underfoot. Can you feel the rumbling? Can you feel the stampede of angry feed watchers marching on Washington, marching to Burbank? Enraged picketers with their placards shouting and stomping in frustration...
Boycott CBS!
Sign my petition!
Remove these Houseguests from the house IMMEDIATELY!!!
CBS supports White Power!
If you watch CBS, you're a White Supremacist!
Get your free CBS swag... a cloak and a hood!
Helter Skelter is alive and well and living in Studio City, my friends. The race war between the blacks and whites is imminent. It is too late for drones, too late for chemical warfare. The only solution is to remove these Houseguests forthwith, tar and feather Robyn Kass and start all over again. Let's recap, shall we?

My, my, my... what a weekend! But before we get to all that, allow me a teeny tiny moment to gloat. Check it out, bitches!

(Photo shamelessly stolen from @BBGossip)

If my co-hosts and I can pull this off when we're drunk, imagine what we could do if we were sober!

But let us get to the task at hand. Typically, we hear about The Aryan Brotherhood on MSNBC at 1am in the morning while watching reruns of Lockup and wondering to ourselves if Maricopa County Jail is the worst prison in the country. It turns out it isn't the worst in the U.S. and Sheriff Joe Arpaio is simply doing his best to run a crackerjack little facility. The worst of the worst is our very own Big Brother house and, I gotta tell ya, I love it!



I love when Ginamarie whispers to all the boys about her N-word insurance plan. My loins quiver when David calls Candice "Black Candice" (not to be confused with Black Patsy from Dance Moms) and then giggles to himself, "That was totally racist, dude." And when Candice lies on Spencer's spare tire and he asks, "Are you gonna git mah shirt all greezzy?", my nipples get hard and I start to touch myself.

This is the good stuff, folks. These people are the dregs of society and they are on display for the entire world to point and laugh at. Watching the ignorance unfold, gain traction, acquire new members and multiply is not only fascinating sociologically, but it makes me feel pretty damn awesome about myself. I look at the uneducated heathens on my screen and I feel 20 ft tall. When an adorable blonde named Aryan, who once set the boys tongues wagging with her shorty shorts and bikini shots, wishes Helen would just shut the hell up and go make her some rice, I am once again the prettiest girl in the room.

Half of the Big Brother 15 cast are skidmarks on society and I couldn't be more ecstatic about it. What do I tell you guys season after season? What do I bitch and moan about year after year? What do I claw and pine for and write blog after blog about? Other than "gin and glitter", what is my second most often used catchphrase? ENTERTAIN ME!!! I cry it from the rooftops. I punch it angrily into my Twitter. And so now that these vile displays of hatred are actually entertaining me, you expect me to be mad about it? Hell no! Give me more! Lay it on me, Aryan. Hey David, what do you think of Jews? Spencer, aren't those Latinos stealing all of our jobs? Ginamarie, Muslims. Go!

And if you think people are sitting at home offended by this bullshit you're kidding yourselves. No African American is staring into his computer watching all of this and whimpering to himself. If anything, the Houseguests behavior is doing America a favor. By pulling this nonsensical hatred out from behind the curtains and putting it on display for everyone to see, we are no longer ignoring a problem that indeed exists. In my personal life, I rarely encounter these sort of attitudes on an everyday basis. I don't live in the south - where I think these opinions tend to be more prevalent. My friends aren't bigots. My family is educated and cultured. These displays of racism and homophobia are happily something I don't ever have to deal with... until now.

Until right this very moment am I jolted awake from my strange utopia and confronted with the horrifying reality that people really think some pretty horrible stuff. I mean, wow! As a viewer I watch this and think to myself, "These people are AWFUL!" But I don't want it to suddenly stop in week one. Good god, no! I want this to continue. I want us to write about it, document it, react to it. And then in September when these public enemies emerge from the house, I want them to see and read and know everything we've been saying about them all summer long. I want them to get online and be disgusted by their behavior and embarrassed by how they've humiliated themselves and their families. What better lesson is there than to smack all of their viciousness right back into their faces and say, "Look! Look what a horrible person you are! Look at how you've offended a nation! Look!" Sweeping it under the rug and handing out warnings accomplishes nothing. It lets these assholes off the hook unscathed (because, let's face it, by September it could all be forgotten) and fancy free.

So, no, I do not want these people removed from the house. I do not want Big Brother interfering. I enjoy the outrage. It is opening up a dialogue and making the show pretty goddamn entertaining. Let them continue to be awful. Let them continue to fester and rot. And come September, we'll be the true winners of Big Brother.

So, what do you guys think about all of this? Are you going to boycott CBS until something is done about all of this? Or are you going to join me and drag these wretches names through the mud? Comment it out bitches and have a great day!

CBS Interactive Inc.







42 comments:

  1. i do not want them removed from the house i want people to see this i live in indiana from connecticut it was like i had gone back in time 50 years finally what i see everyday is out there for u all too enjoy with me

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  2. Most of these bigots families won't care how they're acting, they learned it from somewhere. Great blog though, if only CBS would use it on the air!

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  3. You can boycott CBS all you want; we know from past experience that they don't give a shit. I think AG knew exactly what she was doing when she OK'd this bunch of entitled shits; she did it to make Elissa look good.

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  4. I appreciate that you wrote this, because it's the truth. People want to take a moral high ground and grab their pitch forks, boycott CBS and send these houseguests out but you and I both know it probably won't happen. The whole premise of reality television, and especially being able to see these people 24/7 is to see how ugly or trashy humanity can really be-- it is cheap entertainment. People should be watching some Christian show if they want to see people acting morally correct all the time. The best thing about it happening on Big Brother is that it is being exposed, and these houseguests will see themselves being quoted over and over long after the season has finished by thousands of people. The shame and immediate backlash they will face is the audience actually holding them responsible for their actions, thus they face actual repercussions, whereas in other reality TV situations they may not.

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  5. You make an excellent point about bring on more and let them dig their own graves. You a have slow calculated way of vengeance for them. But this particular class of mutants are melting down without the racism. I personally want BB to do something for a change because it's so out of control. I just don't want to hear it anymore. I feel like watching means supporting it. They say they can't stop it except they can. If you can stop them from singing, stop them from talking about DR manipulations on the live feeds why not threaten their stipends? The fact that CBS pays them means they in effect support it. BB HG's are employees and representatives of the network. I am also a paying customer for the feeds and I frankly can't take it anymore. And that's coming from the most foul mouthed asshole on twitter. I do not want to listen to this kind of shit. I have the feeds on mute or I am listening to hear what racist/bigoted thing they will say next. I am distracted and not listening for game or organic fights. I want CBS to listen to the fans for once and do the decent thing. They won't do a damn thing and they love this shit. I am not unrealistic about it. But it's going to be fun posting production numbers and letting rabid fans fuck with them and nonstop call them until they address it. I like that sort of chaos. Don't want to d anything, enjoy a few miserable days of unending calls. If they don't step in and stop it, at the very least, they owe the tv only watchers the real edits. Paying them to be racist on the feeds and then editing it out is further support and protection of their actions. Indicating they are indeed ashamed of it. We're dealing with hypocrisy from production. They owe us an answer or a real edit for the tv only watchers. Not some lame blanket statement that we don't control them. You do and you can. Again, not expecting anything to happen at all. BB loves this shit and loves the anger. But just for my own personal sake, I don't want to keep listening to this shit and might just cancel the feeds. I am tired of the f-bomb. GinaMarie sent me over the edge yesterday with the n-word, rice comments, and an f-bomb. It's just bullshit.

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    1. Wait- one minute you complain because the game is contrived/ fixed and now you want them to fix it? CL is right, we want to be entertained whether you agree with it or not. Don't let the door hit your whiny ass on the way out, you snobby ass bitch.

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  6. i think david and his small pickle reveal will get more attention than the racist and women hating comments in the house i dont know i think the comments made against the women are more shocking than the racist comments

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    1. yes I agree Spencer and Howard talking about raping and gang banging Jessie is just horrific. Howard is a Youth counselor, his Employer should be made aware of this, as this crossed the line, it's depiction of violent, criminal, savage and cowardly acts against a woman. Howard is a hypocrite, and CBS knows it from the feeds and they are condoning let him slip under the radar but it's OK to hang Barbie, I think it should all be open, cause it's the reality of their characters and it's what they knowingly signed up for 24/7 exposure.

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  7. I just want CBS to air it so the non-feeders can see what's really going on. Wishful thinking from a greasy-haired black chick, I suppose. Lol. I'll be with you all in Sept when we drag them across the innernetz.

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  8. I don't want them out, I want them shown on national television! All this does is add to the pile of lost opportunities that BBUS has grown to become. Yes, these people are horrible, disgusting fucktards. Horrible disgusting fucktards EXIST IN EVERYDAY LIFE. This is real.

    And what will be shown on CBS is A.Grod's hilariously inept attempt at fanfiction, and as her pet parrot Elissa perches on her shoulder she will begin to convulse in ecstacy. She will eke out squeals of happiness and pleasure at the thought of her idealized scripts reaching the helpless minds of the sheeps who follow only the thrice-weekly shows, and ignore the livefeeds so as not to "spoil themselves". She will come to the edge, and then collapse in exhaustion because she can only orgasm once a century.

    She used that one up on Jeff and Jordan.

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  9. Let it be known - racism is alive and well in the South, North, East AND West. Some of the most segregated places are up north. GM is from NY and is apparently dropping n-words left and right and talking about folks making rice comment. So this isn't a southern thing.

    I don't think CBS should remove the bigots - I DO think they should show this on the broadcast. If they edit this out, it'll be like they're condoning it. Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

    It's 2013. *sigh*

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    1. thank you! I lived in Nebraska for a year before moving back to Arkansas and I was stunned at the sexist and racist comments I heard from people. I lived in California amd they were very racist there. we have our share in the south, I'm not going to try and deny it, but it definitely isn't worse there than anywhere else I've been.

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  10. Let it be known - racism is alive and well in the South, North, East AND West. Some of the most segregated places are up north. GM is from NY and is apparently dropping n-words left and right and talking about folks making rice comment. So this isn't a southern thing.

    I don't think CBS should remove the bigots - I DO think they should show this on the broadcast. If they edit this out, it'll be like they're condoning it. Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

    It's 2013. *sigh*

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  11. I hope they air some of it. I really do.

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  12. CBS needs to use this on the air. The problem with having America vote on the MVP is the disparity between the feed watchers and the TV watchers, who tend to be the majority of voters. Aaryn is going to get lots of votes by CBS watchers who think she's cute and sweet, but no one knows she's the most hated, vile person in the house.

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  13. Like your thought process LaLa yet I don't want to listen to their ignorant comments 24/7. I've only had the feeds on a few times since I returned from vacation and I was bored by the bores. Of course, Jeremy created the best feed watching while I was happily sleeping.

    Keep on blogging, reporting and doing what you do best. Bitch.

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  14. Completely agree with your assesment in this blog. Let the ugliness flow. Cannot add anything more of value to what previous posters already said before me in a much more eloquent way. I just hope the more people talk about it, and the more is written (just read on Vulture about this as well) the more the pressure on CBS to show at least a bit of this BS on the TV edit.

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  15. None of this will be aired. CBS doesn't care about racist, homophobic, women hating scum. All of these people were cast to bring up the ratings. There is no such as bad press. I will not watch this season AND drag these morons through the mud. Especially Aaryn.

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  16. One word. Brilliant!

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  17. Yes, Lala! Let us watch and document. I look forward to personally being blocked by GinaMarie as soon as she hops on twitter. Holy shit, what have these parents been imparting to these children?

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  18. We shall see if CBS give a true account on their national broadcast. I prefer to do nothing, show it for what it is but be truthful in the edits and redact nothing.

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  19. I get what ur saying. But The amount of racial comments is ridiculous. I don't have the feeds, but I follow bloggers like you who have them and tweet and post about them. And with the number of tweets/posts about the comments, it feels like its every 5 seconds aaryn or GM is saying something racial. At this point, you couldn't pay me to get/watch the live feeds. I don't feel like paying to be offended all the time. Its disgusting. I'm also debating on whether or not I should continue to watch BB on CBS the rest of season. I guess I'm waiting to see if f Julie might bring it up on Wednesday. Or if the other HGs might say something in DR. Or if they even care about this.I don't know. I'm not naive. I know CBS isn't gonna throw 3 HGs out in one swoop. How would they make up the rest of the season. I just feel something, ANYTHING should be done. Don't just sweep it to the side either or ignore it.

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  20. So, how is it so offensive that these asshats are using the "N" word? The vast majority of popular hip hop songs employ that word, along with the most shocking comments about women. Yet, a 60 something white woman from Georgia admits she used the word in the past, and she's fired.

    I'm equal opportunity myself, I could care less what color a person is. If you treat me with the same level of respect that you demand you be treated with, we're cool. If you're an asshole towards me, that same attitude can and will be shown towards you.

    I won't boycott the show or the network, and I'm sure the edit for network viewers will be devoid of any controversial comments.

    As for ya'all doing that well drunk on your ass, you might consider the fact that adding alcohol actually builds your ratings. Just sayin....

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    1. *Sigh*

      Look, Pat. Hip-hop doesn't represent the entire black community. I'm black. I don't use the n-word. I expect you not to use it either. It's derogatory. I'm sure your vocabulary is large enough for you to find a replacement word. Can't think of a non-racist synonym? Read a damn book.

      And secondly, Paula Deen lost her contracts for far more than saying the n-word. Chick had her black staff using a separate entrance. Not only is that deplorable but it's also illegal. This is who you want to stand behind and defend? Really??

      Back to BB15: I don't think they should be pulled from the show but they should show America the crap they're doing in the house.

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  21. Let it be known that bigots and racists reside in every nook and cranny of these United States. It's not a South thing, it's not a North thing is an American thing.

    Darlyne

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  22. Colette...you know I have loved your blog forever, but... Please don't imply that bigotry, racism, etc. is only a product of the South. Yes, I am Southern. Yes, I am from Arkansas. I, like you, rarely encounter these sort of attitudes on an everyday basis. My friends aren't bigots. My family is also educated and cultured. These displays of racism and homophobia are happily something I rarely have to deal with. Stereotypes and prejudices are wrong, no matter where you are from. I encountered much more racism during the years that I lived in a suburb of DC....just saying. Lissersmom

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    1. I didn't intend to imply that. Obviously, racism is everywhere.

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    2. Aaaagh! What has been happening?!? My white, college educated, privileged ass is too broke to afford paying for the feeds this season. I've been hoping to keep up with them vicariously through this blog, but I am confused. So we obviously have some racists/homophobes up in the joint. I haven't voted for an MVP yet and now I don't think I will if I'm not going to get an accurate portrayal of these people. Well, maybe I can postpone that elective surgery for a few months and spring for the feeds.

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  23. Willie was wrongly accused of imitating Wil "using a tone of voice" by Frank and Joe and a month later Mike Boogie did the same thing and nobody stepped up. And this summer there is blatant homohobia. If Wil had found out somebody called him "queer" and "Kermit the F**" he would have gone nuts, slugged someone and ejected.

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    1. Totally agree. I've been thinking about that bullshit with Willie the whole time I was reading these comments. I don't have the feeds so I have no idea what's going on. Can someone please summarize??? Is this being shown on BBAD?

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  24. Damn it! I'm missing so much! I haven't had time to watch the feeds & have only watched the first episode. I didn't even realize there was an outrage!. Time to get my priorities in order.

    Alwysblond

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  25. Great blog Lala,
    First week every year is hard to watch, takes a few weeks for them to really catch each other sneaking around.
    However I believe I am seeing a nerd heard forming, and please! Shot theses junior high couples.Omg!
    I don't have the names down yet, but at this point Alyssa is the one I'm going to hope for. I watch these people, and they have nothin to offer the BB Demi gods.
    I think it would be great if BB would open a blog, that the Hgs can read. But cannot respond to. Wish I knew how to mail production or call. Hee!
    This would be great to watch, allow us too stir some pots. Make out funny and mean remarks day in and day out.

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  26. I live in Indiana too. Not sure what part first commenter made is from but where I'm at Louisville, Ky is right across the river and I moved from Tampa, Fl. Racism is no worse here than it was there. It's one thing to be racist, homophobic, MSP, but it's another thing to broadcast your stupidity on a national TV show. These people are just stupid. Act like you're in church, visiting grandma, whatever. Don't whisper & try to cover up what is so obviously your true feelings. Aaron was offended that Elissa would think they're stupid enough not to know she's Rachel's sister but yet thinks we're stupid enough to vote her racist ass as MVP. I'm offended by that. I'd be happy with Helen, Howard & Andy final three. I don't need idiots to entertain me with their back woods ideologies.

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  27. Hi lala

    they have insulted everything that isn't white and hetero! They should air these choice comments.

    -leoChild
    and I hate ducklips2.0

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  28. Ali, perhaps you can show me where I used the word? I don't see it, and if using the "N" word as a replacement is offensive to you, maybe you need to lighten the hell up!

    I don't recall saying every African-American (is that acceptable) listens to hip-hop either. It just seems to me you want to find some white person to bitch at. And I'll be damned if it's gonna be me!

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    1. Um. The N-word is offensive. In your post you seemed confused about why it's offensive. It is. Incredibly so. I'm not bitching at you because you're white. I'm bitching because you implied the n-word isn't offensive.

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  29. This might make everyone feel better. Just found this online. Apparently Aaryn has been fired from the modeling company she works for. Apologies if someone has already posted this.

    http://omg.yahoo.com/news/big-brother-contestant-aaryn-fired-modeling-agency-offensive-142900353.html

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  30. I heard her "talent agency" dropped her over her comments she made.I went to their website and they represent like 12 people.

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  31. Just found another article about Gina. She was also fired for making racial comments.

    http://omg.yahoo.com/news/big-brother-contestant-ginamarie-fired-job-offensive-comments-222000194.html

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  32. I don’t understand why Jeremy got away with his bullying about the wine, he basically told the house ” screw you, I took the wine what are you going to do about it?” I’m sorry that would have not set well with me, I would have got in his face, called him a greedy , selfish prick that needed to have his ass kicked and if he did anything like that again , I would say screw the show and kicked his ass. Where are the real men?

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  33. I just want to add, I work in waste management with some pretty tough characters, they don't disrespect people like that, they would love to have a conversation with Jeremy and Spencer, they would laugh at MR David and probably give him a haircut and a shower...My kid sister would take care of the " Mean Girls ".

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  34. Good evening. How's your meat handbag tonight? Wet like Herm├Ęs, or dry like Gucci? Nice commentary section you have here. Don't tell me - alpine chic, right? It's a little dated. I prefer the Survivor one. But it has become impossible to ignore the brouhaha these charmingly shallow, casually misogynistic, only a little bit racist Big Brother contestants have caused. I keep coming across articles about them. A snobby one over at Jezebel, and now a more considered piece by the evergreen Linda Holmes over at NPR. She makes the exact same argument you do. Only she isn't defensive, unlike your educated, cultured, definitely NOT from the South ass. You certainly don't want to be mistaken for someone from the South, do you? After all, the South is where these opinions are more prevalent, right?

    There's no need to be defensive about your TV cups of tea. Some people crane their necks to look at car accidents, and some people clench their jaws and look straight ahead. I think it's admirable if one is able to remain fascinated by the sweat, piss, jizz and blood of human reality, rather than pulling the covers over one's head. Which is to say I agree with you and Linda regarding the value of having this stuff broadcast. The only examples of humanity who have no business being on TV are the dull specimens.

    OK, I'm off to see if I can find myself a Louis Vuitton for the evening. Au revoir whore!

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