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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 11/4/16



The U.S. Presidential Election is all the rattle we need now, so here is our official election guide in video clips.

This isn't as directly related to the election (except when character Paper Boi says on the talk show that "It’s hard for me to care about this when nobody cares about me as a black, human man.”), but Atlanta is consistently surprising and wonderful and incredibly smart. You should check out the "B.A.N." episode:

“Well, I’ve always felt different. I go to the store or the movies and just be thinking to myself, why do I not get the respect I deserve? And then, it just hit me: I’m white. And 35.”

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 04 November, 2016 Death-Rattle of Culture | 0 comments
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