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Thursday, 9 August 2007

Make the Skank walk the Plank


You know after watching the tirade of the big brother contestant Amber Siyavus Tomcavage, I haven't felt so repulsed in a long time.

If Big Brother was a competition to present one self as the most revolting skankiest ex meth ho then I would say Amber has got a hell of a chance.

It's not, so even if you might not like the show, it doesn't matter, the important thing is the Anti Semitic racial slurs that Amber was caught saying are utterly unacceptable.

If you haven't already done it please go to the CBS website and make a complaint.

The Feedback form is available via the Feedback button at the bottom of the page.

If you want to see what she said check out the Mr Bagel post below or check out Fox:
Anti-Semitic Rant on CBS 'Big Brother 8'

Anti-Semitic Rant on CBS' 'Big Brother 8'
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If you don't watch 'Big Brother' on CBS, you're not missing anything. Every summer they trot this turkey out so we can watch hideous human beings compete for money while the cameras roll and host Julie Chen rolls her eyes.

This summer has been no exception. Normally, these people just expose their greed and stupidity. This is a group of people, after all, who in eight seasons have never cracked a book or discussed anything other than their appearances.

But two nights ago on CBS' overnight feed on Showtime Networks, a player named Amber Siyavus Tomcavage stirred things up. The 27-year-old Las Vegas cocktail waitress must have forgotten that the cameras were on when she — under her breath — had a long discourse with housemate Jameka about "the Jews." Her mother must be so proud.

The essence of Amber's complaint? That Jews she has met are "bad" people, and you could tell them by either their noses or their names.

Jameka, who professes to be a Christian, made no reaction to Amber's declaration. None of the footage has been shown on CBS' broadcast so far, but it's all over the Internet.

Amber's exact statement: "The majority of people I know from New York are Jewish, and the majority of Jewish people I know, my gosh, so many are so selfish. So weird. Even my sister always tells me, she's like my sister, and my mom will meet someone and I'll be like, 'I don't like that person. That person doesn't seem like a very good person to me,' and my mom and sister are like, 'You know why?' Why? 'They're Jewish.' How do you know? 'Amber you can tell by their last name, you can tell by their nose.' I'm like, 'Really?'"

There is at least one Jewish player in the house, Eric Stein, also 27, of New York. Stein was made "America's Player" when the game began — a secret unbeknownst to the other players — and should win barring any surprises. His main quality has been that he is the least offensive of the group.

And what a group they have been. There's a 44-year-old father who looks like Tommy Lee. His pretty, blond, undernourished 20-year-old estranged daughter is in the house as well. She had a thing with a 25-year-old hunky failed football player (since evicted) who also flirted with the other men and talked about having gay sex.

Only one half of another gay couple is left. They were actually former lovers, but not before we learned the now-evicted one gave the other an STD.

Is this America? No. These are people whose lives are so pathetic and desperate that they want to be on TV 24 hours a day.

In England, there's a whole channel devoted to "Big Brother" around the clock. Here, thankfully, it's only three hours a night.

Still, even giving this gang one hour is too much. They are empty souls, devoid of nearly anything remarkable other than their ability to cause revulsion.

Update at Life of Rubin: Big Brother controversy

3 Comments:

Lemon said...

Does saying she has a big bulbous nose go against the comment policy?
Cuz if it doenst, I would like to go on record as saying she does. Is that ok Mr Bagel?
If not.. then this is my nicer comment:
I hope there is a big deal made of this like there was of the comments for the Pakistani girl in UK, but, I doubt it. What a shame things are slipping so low.
Keep up the good fight Mr Bagel!

Mr Bagel said...

Lemon I think you would be hard pressed to find an article I've written where I have used such aggressive language.
Then sometimes you have to say what you think.
In the context of what this person has said and the blatant antisemitic premise underlying her position, you've managed to contain your anger a lot better than I have.
Shalom Mr Bagel

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Well, this Big Brother business surely looks like a trash bin. No surprise, I have to say.

Besides, the article makes the lady looking so stupid... Yuck...