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← Today’s example of Christian privilege: Delta Airlines

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Comment 14 by JeffVader67 :

Purely a business decision by Delta as they don't want to be associated with people who insult Christianity, the faith followed by many of their passengers. At the BBC there is a simple rule for being a so called commedian. 1. Slag off Daily Mail readers 2. Repeated use of the F and C word 3. Say things about Christians they wouldn't dare say about a certain other faith

" I hate F%$£"G daily Mail readers, and all Christians are F*&%$£G C$%S " There, now give me a £200000 a year BBC comedy contract.

A business decision based on prejudice.

I do, however, agree with you that there are too many unfunny amateur comedians/trolls on the internets, and a lot of them are immature atheists.

Thu, 10 May 2012 10:09:09 UTC | #940836