I'm sure this isn't a revelation, but I'd venture that most people are prejudiced in one way or another. It sucks, to be sure, but I've seen far too much of it to believe otherwise. What it takes, though, is the ability to recognize that what you are
doing is wrong, and avoid the actions that come from that prejudice.
That said, there have been a bunch of older folks in the news lately who have said some pretty dumb things. I suspect that some of it has to do with what was appropriate in their generation, but some of might be a weakening of that little voice inside that
says "Don't say this, it's wrong".
Or maybe, they're old enough that they just don't give a sh*t any more
hindsight is a powerful thing
He's not sorry about saying it, he's sorry he got caught saying it. Only reason for this apology and "I need to find my inner feelings on this matter" like with Michael Richards is only to save face so they still have a career thereafter.
If Dog didn't say all this sorry hubbub, A&E would cancel his show, and he's probably lose business, etc etc.
A man who spends that much time & effort on his hair must have a character flaw.
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