Message from discussion Life Imitates 'South Park'
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Subject: Life Imitates 'South Park'
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• "In a class presentation, Cartman delivers something that could be
considered a hate speech, arguing that 'Gingers'--people with red hair,
freckles, and pale skin--are disgusting, inhuman, unable to survive in
sunlight, and have no souls; all because of a condition called
'Gingervitis.' When Kyle points out that he too has red hair, Cartman
says that there is a second class of redheads, the 'daywalkers,' who have
red hair but not pale skin and freckles, and concludes that 'If you think
that the Ginger problem is not a serious one, think again!' while he
clicks through a clip, and stops on a picture of Carrot Top."
--Wikipedia summary for "Ginger Kids," aired Nov. 9, 2005
• "Sperm Bank Turns Down Redheads"
--headline, Daily Telegraph (London), Sept. 16