convex Threads: 23 / Posts: 4,054
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Nov 15, 2010, 08:14am #254
You mean he shouldn't feel hurt by the racist in its nature insult?
I must have missed the racist insult in there.
By the way, isn't it you, convex, who stated Americans don't know much about Poland?
Most Americans don't know much about Poland because they don't care about Poland. Seems pretty natural.
Isn't the "joke" in question one more proof that, after all, Americans know something about Poland?
You mean that it exists? Sure, I'll go with the majority of Americans definitely know that Poland exists, and can probably relate to a "Giant Jesus gap" joke. Either way, great piece as usual from Colbert.
There are far more important aims to which we could put the money -- sick children, for example, orphanages, old people. Do we really have to build a big Jesus which the project cost USD 1.45 M for statue to make people believe
I think that they little comic strip on the last page addressed this ;) If we used this same argument, there would be no statues anywhere in the world.
it's about money a tourist trap, people will come and see it from all over the world
it is just old fashion greed wrap in fate
They said that from the beginning.
I just think it's neat that an invisible man who preached against idols gets turned into a giant concrete statue. Strange world.