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bliss_eternal Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-06-07 10:38 PM
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27. I wish I could say I'm surprised....
...but I'm not. But I'm sincrely curious what else he had disgusting comments about. I recalled his anti-woman crap and that just blew my mind. I've also heard him talk shit about his sons publicly, as if they weren't worthy of any respect or privacy. Just disgusting.

Which is part of why I'll never understand people on internet boards, more specifically members here. They defend people like him, in the face of repellant behavior, as if they know them personally. He could be Charles Manson in his spare time and they would STILL find a way to defend him. :eyes:

Very astute observations on your part, btw. I totally agree with you. The world was so ass backward then, yet Lewis and his gang had money, status and some power as entertainers. It gave them an elevated sense of self. No one spoke of gays. Women were wives, mothers and playthings. People of color were their domestics.

Watching their old rat pack crap makes me want to spew.
Sammy Davis jr. was frequently the butt of their jokes--his eye, ethnicity or height.
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