Paul Always Was The Whitest Beatle*


It is a poorly guarded secret that, deep down, white people believe if given money and education that all poor people would be EXACTLY like them. In fact, the only reason that poor people make the choices they do is because they have not been given the means to make the right choices and care about the right things. 

Stuff White People Like #62

NEW YORK – Paul McCartney‘s ex-wife is donating $1 million worth of soy hamburgers, soy hot dogs and soy chicken cutlets to one of the poorest neighborhoods in the Bronx. Heather Mills is set to announce the donation just before the Hunts PointBack to School Fair kicks off Saturday afternoon. The vegananimal rights campaigner is an honorary chairwoman of the nonprofit that organizes the event.
She tells the New York Post that she wants to make sure children in the neighborhood “have as many nutritional advantages as anyone else.”


* Thanks to MEM

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Paul Always Was The Whitest Beatle*

  1. Ripped from * [thred?]:

    “oi. stuff white people like makes me one inch closer to declaring all out class war every day. and in honour of this blog i have been drinking cans of bud and eating the remains of the food in my house on the last of my funds for the month and listening to the dropkick murphys and walking around the neighborhood ripping down [CPoC] signs in a drunken rage. all of which make my heart sing with glee.”

  2. What does this have to do with Paul McCartney?

  3. @kontrol: It’s his money.

  4. Actually, Andrew, it’s HER money now.

  5. Ah, good.  I see Heather Mills is already well on her way to pissing away the settlement she received for the divorce.  At this rate, I expect to see her back in court within eighteen months, applying for a “review and vary” decision to get more money from Paul.

  6. You know, Andrew, I bet Naomi Klein and Jack Layton just love Stuff White People Like. To me it’s a very cheap, sad, imitation of your own work.

    As for Mills, OMG celebrity hanger-ons have shallow ideas about charity. I’m shocked.

  7. OK, with some hesitation I’m coming to Mills’s defence, in a limited sort of way.

    She has a lot of money.
    She wants to help poor kids.
    She believes (rightly or wrongly) that donating food (rather than money) is the way to help.
    She believes consuming meat to be unethical.
    So, she donates, instead, food she thinks is ethically acceptable.

    Still, I admit it does have the appearance of being, at very least, painfully cute.

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