Bill Cosby (Credit: Getty/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez)
A happy Bill Cosby walked out of the courtroom on Saturday after his criminal rape case was declared a mistrial, setting the hearts of the Cosby apologists at ease. I’m not one of them, and I honestly don’t care about him or his freedom, as I explained to my friend Doc during the proceedings.
“If they can do it to Cosby,” Doc said. “They can do it to us all!”
“Yeah, I don’t care,” I replied. “I mean, did they do it to Cosby or did he do it to himself?”
“They did it! It was them!”
I love when people refer to the big-time troublemakers as “they,” especially when they can’t tell me who “they” is.
Doc’s not a doctor; we just call him that because he loves to drop knowledge. Doc was an all-American semi-patriotic black guy until he got a job at a call center and realized how racist anonymous white Americans can really be. Even some of the people he thought he gave great service to would slam down the phone at end of conversations after yelling, “Thanks, n****r!” Now he’s super pro-black. He only eats and shops at black-owned spots, he wears beaded necklaces …read more
Source:: Salon – Life