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 UCLA girl ranting about Asians

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Posted on 03-15-11 7:27 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Poor girl. She had no idea the video might get this viral. Thats why some wise man said- better be safe than sorry...
 
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 Interestingly, I used to have same problems at the library when I was a college student.  But the offending parties were mostly sorority girls.
 
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cajunboy: "thats why some wise man said- better be safe than sorry..."

It was the wise woman who said that to the wise man before they.........

 
Posted on 03-16-11 9:51 AM     [Snapshot: 1012]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Ooooo...Chhing Chhong Ling Long ting tong. Oooooo..

Translation: "Look how I irritate the fatso"
 
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Shame on those people who find it hilarious.
First, it's a pity that she herself being a student of politics doesn't have a clue beyond her own boundary.
Second, she is annoyed by the presence of FOREIGNERS (that includes you and me) around her vicinity - very xenophobic comment.
Third, I think she meant mostly chinese when referring to Asian, but she bring Japan and Tsunami unnecessarily or ignorantly. Japanese people are the most polite people on earth. What I hate the most in this video is her apathy to the recent event of Tsunami, and she doesn't realize what kind of impression she is giving about "american culture" by talking out loud with this kind of racist rant. When most of americans and the whole world is praising Japanese for their patience and calmness (with no chaos and not a single event of looting), she choose to attack Japanese culture. It's sad to see sajha crowd enjoying her video.


 
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Shame on you on making it too serious and political.
 
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yeah next time if you are in the libraray ...
don't Ooooo...Chhing Chhong Ling Long ting tong. Oooooo.. ..
:)
 
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So you think we should punish her like the extremist?
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=39270

Fine, everytime they post such piece in youtube, we will make it a national issue and lockup everybody who tries to make fun of such things.

My point is not to encourage racism but you just can't give them so much credance. I do see racial connotation there but the gist is talking at library. She is making fun of Asians, what's wrong with making fun of her? Let's not be uptight about everything.

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LOL this is the best response so far.......


 
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Yes, the gist is not talking on phone in the library and no1 is arguing against it. But you don't have to be a xenophobic and racist to make your case and speaking against it doesn't imply to punish her. Who is saying about punishing her? Now, you're exaggerating a lot by whatever the link that you posted above. 
 
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Man..this never ends.

So, I am the one exaggerating by posting the link? ROFL, so your link was a just response and mine was exaggeration? Buddy, it was only a response to your link.

We all know the racial inclination on her speech, this is the exact reason why we are laughing at her Stupidity and you have problem with that. You want us all to be serious and think your way which is the only right way. We never supported what she said, au-contraire we are laughing at her not with her.
 
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I am glad to know that you're not laughing with her. I am not asking you to lose sleep on that neither I am. What made me sad was people thinking it is ok to make such public posts. What I posted above happened in the same state within this month and in response to the above user taking it as a mere humor. I didn't click your link, so I don't know what kind of extremism you're trying to drag here. My posting the link was related with xenophobia (murdering people just for wearing the particular dress) and she is publicly showing that she hated her asian neighbors and she hated admitting Asians and blah blah blah, which is much beyond for telling to not talk loud inside the library.
 
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WOW did you guys know that one can make over 150K per year by sharing videos in youtube, If your video gets very popular and people loves it, Youtube will contact the person in a partnership program and so on...so guys and gals if you think you got what it takes....Goodluck....Im already working on my vid...LOL.. and make some MULA

 
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@arahat: hey dude.. i found it hilarious.. I didin't looked at the video politically.. Don't you think Russell Peters, Chris Rock hilarious even though they make fun of other races..

So STFU.. you can take it politically embarassing.. but i took at the stand up comedy in the web cam..  when i watched it

 
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UCLA Student Latest to Joke About Japan Quake
By LUCHINA FISHER and SHEILA MARIKAR3/16/2011, 3:27 PM EDT

Alexandra Wallace Apologizes for Video Tirade As List of People Making Light of Disaster Grows
UCLA student Alexandra Wallace received death threats after her Internet rant about Asians on campus went viral last weekend, making her just the latest person to face a backlash for off-color comments following Japan's earthquake and tsunami disaster.

On Monday, Wallace, a junior political science major, apologized for her videotaped tirade, titled "Asians in the Library." In the video posted Friday, the same day the earthquake and tsunami hit, Wallace vented about "the hordes of Asian people" at UCLA and mocked them for talking on the phone in the library.

"Ohhhh! Ching chong ling long ting tong!" she said, imitating an Asian student talking on the phone.

Referencing the tsunami, which has killed thousands and left millions homeless, she said the students were probably checking on their relatives but they should take their phone calls outside.

After the video was posted on YouTube, Wallace received angry phone calls and e-mails and sought police protection after she was threatened multiple times.

She apologized for the video in a letter to the campus newspaper: "Clearly the original video posted by me was inappropriate," she said in the statement. "I cannot explain what possessed me to approach the subject as I did, and if I could undo it, I would. I'd like to offer my apology to the entire UCLA campus. For those who cannot find it within them to accept my apology, I understand."

The school's chancellor Gene Block called the incident "a sad day for UCLA."

Wallace wasn't the only person apologizing for an ill-timed remark. Comic Gilbert Gottfried, who lost his job as the voice of the Aflac duck after making light Japan's disaster, also apologized Tuesday.

"I sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended by my attempt at humor regarding the tragedy in Japan," he told The Hollywood Reporter and his followers via posts on Twitter. "I meant no disrespect, and my thoughts are with the victims and their families."

Gottfried's troubles began when he tweeted, "Japan is really advanced. They don't go to the beach. The beach comes to them" and "I just split up with my girlfriend, but like the Japanese say, 'They'll be another one floating by any minute now."

Gilbert Gottfried Fired for Comments
Howard Stern and Joan Rivers came to his defense, pointing out that the comic was just being funny. "That's what comedians do!!!" Rivers tweeted. "We react to tragedy by making jokes to help people in tough times feel better through laughter."

Stern said Aflac knew about Gottfried's offensive humor when he was hired and, therefore, he should never have been fired.

"Here's a guy that, as long as I know him, has been making jokes about the N-word, about Jews," the shock jock said on his show. "I mean, you couldn't ask for a more inappropriate person than Gilbert Gottfried."

Before Gottfried, rapper 50 Cent offended many shortly after Friday's earthquake. With tsunami warnings still in effect, 50 (real name: Curtis Jackson) tweeted "Wave will hit 8am them crazy white boys gonna try to go surfing." That afternoon, he added, "Look this is very serious people I had to evacuate all my hoe's from LA, Hawaii and Japan. I had to do it. Lol."

Glenn Beck rationalized the disaster in the Pacific as a "message" from God.

"I'm not saying God is, you know, causing earthquakes -- well I'm not not saying that either!" he said. "What God does is God's business, I have no idea. But I'll tell you this -- whether you call it Gaia or whether you call it Jesus, there's a message being sent. And that is, 'Hey you know that stuff we're doing? Not really working out real well. Maybe we should stop doing some of it.'"

Beck broke into a cackle before reiterating, "I'm just saying." (It's not clear why Beck brought up "Gaia" -- the word refers to the Greek version of Mother Nature but doesn't appear to have roots in Asian culture.)

Many other stars have taken a compassionate attitude to the crisis. On his website, pop culture sensation of the moment Charlie Sheen announced that he will donate $1 from each ticket of his upcoming live show, "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option," to the Red Cross' fund for relief. Tickets to his Chicago and Detroit shows, which range from $35 to $75, reportedly sold out within minutes.

Late Friday, Lady Gaga announced she's selling a self-designed "We Pray for Japan" wristband on her website; all proceeds from the $5 band will go to Japan relief efforts.


 
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Damn..this Alexandra Wallace looks like a pornstar. I bet she can make more doing porn than going to UCLA.
 



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