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What do you think will happen? What do you think of this video? Many boxing fans believe the upcoming June 9 clash between WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and unbeaten junior welterweight champion Timothy Bradley will be an even more exciting fight than the recent Floyd Mayweather vs Miguel Cotto bout. Even many boxing analysts believe Pacquiao’s style will make for a more exciting encounter than Mayweather’s unanimous decision victory over Cotto last May 5. Travis Kraft links: www.traviskraft.com http

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Racist, but I don’t think my Asian bros care that much. Even if they have accents, they still tried their best to be courteous and cooperate with the racist comedian. We are just chill like that. Explanation at 1:37, the guy said “fighting”, which is a direct translation from Mandarin “打” as “play”. So he meant playing, instead of actual fighting. English is too complicated sometimes because for Mandarin, you can use “打” for alot of meanings: playing, fighting, fishing, typing, etc. Another youtube user also point out that “fighting” can be another meaning. From my knowledge, japanese said “Fighto” to encourage individuals to do better or play better. Other asians also use “fighting” as the same meaning.

Heres the link to the video www.youtube.com FOX Sports Forced To Pull Racist Pac-12 Video WRITTEN BY RYAN YODER | 07 SEPTEMBER 2011 The charge of racism gets thrown around a lot in our society as a weapon of defense from potentially opposing points of view. In fact, charges of racism and other inflammatory rhetoric are thrown around so carelessly by today’s media (especially in politics) that it’s hard to tell reality from hyperbole. But then again, there are examples like the video shown below that are clearly and senselessly racist to the core. This sick attempt at a “joke” comes from FOX Sports’ website and “comedian” Bob Oschack. Oschack poses as a reporter to interview USC students about welcoming Utah and Colorado to the Pac-12. A simple enough premise, if not a comedic gold mine. The problems start early when Oschack clearly encourages USC’s students to give a “good old-fashioned All-American welcome” to the newest Pac-12 schools. What follows is about as discriminatory a three minutes of video as you can see as Oschack exclusively interviews Asian-American students and awkwardly questions them on Pac-12 expansion.lakers retire shaq jersey As someone who went to an undergraduate school with one of the highest international populations in the country (Ohio Wesleyan) and as a graduate student in a natural science (Chemistry) I’ve encountered many Asian-American students. Many speak English as a second language and fight every day to communicate with the majority of

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