If you’re into the hobby of idiot-spotting, there’s no better place to pretend you’re an ornithologist studying the migratory pattern of the Doofus Finch than by watching The View.
There’s always somebody on that panel that never disappoints. Last week that person — a Moron Airlines frequent-flyer — was Joy Behar.
“Isn’t the term ‘Black Friday’ racist?” Asked Behar. Whoopi Goldberg knows why it’s called Black Friday, but I think Behar was disappointed that Whoopi didn’t take the bait:
Here are some other words, phrases and businesses that might come up in the future that Behar can try to foment unnecessary racial strife with, and as long as there’s somebody as stupid as she is watching (which is unlikely), it might work:
–Spook Houses (a great race-baiter for Halloween, Joy)
–Chink in the armor
–Doo-Wop (if Behar spins this the right way, she might be able to stir up some Italians — iTunes fell for it, so why shouldn’t others?)
—Niggardly (somebody has already been fired for using this word, so there would be precedent for Behar to try to foment racial strife with this)
And don’t forget some potential advertisers on The View that Behar might try to convince people are offensive in nature:
–White Castle (no explanation needed)
–Church’s Chicken (insensitive and unwelcoming to Atheists)
–Microsoft (mocks those with erectile dysfunction)
–IHOP (mocks people with an injured leg)
–Little Caesars (slur toward those of diminutive stature)
–Jersey Giants (offensive to those with pituitary disorders residing in the Garden State)
–Home Depot (pokes fun at the homeless, not to mention the depot-less)
–Cracker Barrel (code name for a meeting place for Tea Partiers)
–Hooters (sexism and owlism run amok)
I hope this helps, Ms. Behar. Good luck whipping up a false frenzy.