Macklemore Didn’t Mean to Disguise Himself as a Big-Nosed Jew

Macklemore jewish costumeBlond-haired, green-eyed shiksa Macklemore is attempting to explain why and how he ended up becoming a racial stereotype at one of his concerts.

The Seattle-native bought “a bunch of fake mustaches and beards” and a “big witch nose” so he could walk undetected through the audience, apparently unaware of what he looked like, saying the costume was “random” and “not my idea of a stereotype of anybody.”

Seth Rogen hilariously Tweeted “First you trick people into thinking you’re a rapper, now you trick them into thinking you’re Jewish?” Adding that his wig, nose and beard were the “exact shopping list” of an anti-Semitic Jew costume.

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Swiss Modernism Meets Punk Rock

Besides t-shirt websites, I enjoy browsing Fab.com because, as rainbow-centric as I sound, it is actually a fabulous site despite the registration requirement. A few days ago I stumbled upon some posters by Mike Joyce…

Artistic ones, of an extensive amount of really cool punk and rock bands. Joyce, who owns Stereotype Design in NYC, is selling the prints on his website Swissted.com and through Fab for a limited time.

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Urban Outfitters Backlashed For Stereotyping The Irish

 New York congressional district rep. Joe Crowley and nine members of something called “the Congressional Ad Hoc Committee on Irish Affairs” sent the CEO of Urban Outfitters an angry letter after a bunch of semi-humorous St. Patrick’s Day apparel appeared on their website.

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