1. White privilege to mean means obeying the law, changing it when it is unjust, going to work to earn an honest living to support my family and taking responsibility for my failures as an individual because I can’t take the easy way out by blaming them on unchangeable demographic characteristics. As a consequence, I cannot have a White Student Union on any college campus or Western European Student Association or Caucasian Professional Society because that is considered racist while the same organizations are encouraged for people of other races and cultures.

    1. Don’t forget: we also do Father’s Day, in which the father is actually known and present.

  2. Rae Ellis is the wrong name for the lovely young woman, Kim. Her full name is Addison Rae Easterling, but as a dancer, model, and social-media celebrity, she is better known as just Addison Rae. And she’s not a Brit; she was born in Louisiana.

  3. “She seems nice.”

    At my 1st radio gig during the 90s my parents drove in for a visit. I took them to out to eat where we were served a waitress who was a friend of mine. The municipal water supply in this little town tasted a little funky, so the restaurant spiked their water pitchers with slices of citrus. My dad remarked on what an attractive display it made. I explained how it was equally utilitarian & my friend the waitress blurted out “Yeah, Prosser water tastes like cum.” Then she turned red and fled the scene. Mom let it lie for a beat or two & said “She seems nice.”

  4. Addison Rae Easterling (born October 6, 2000) is an American singer, social media personality, dancer and actress. In July 2019, she started actively posting content on TikTok, where her dancing videos rose in fame. As of July 3, 2021, she has amassed over 81 million followers on TikTok, ranking as the third most-followed individual on the platform behind Charli D’Amelio and Khaby Lame. In August 2020, Rae was named as the highest-earning TikTok personality by Forbes. She released her debut single, “Obsessed” in March 2021, and made her acting debut in He’s All That, a gender swapped remake of the 1999 film released by Netflix on August 27, 2021.

    Rae has also been extremely close with the Kardashian family, especially Kourtney Kardashian, ever since she was invited by David Dobrik to surprise Mason Disick, Kourtney’s son, in March 2020.[18] They are now often spotted with each other, and Rae has frequently been present at Kardashian-Jenner events.

    Forbes published a report in August 2020 revealing that Rae earned $5 million in the last year through June from her various endorsement deals and merchandise, making her the highest-earning TikTok star.[20] Rae’s TikTok success has led her to work with companies such as Reebok, L’Oréal, Hollister and American Eagle.[21] In 2020, Rae donated her $1 million in prize money from winning an all-star Mario Tennis Aces tournament called the Stay At Home Slam to the charity No Kid Hungry.

    During a UFC fight in July of 2021, Addison Rae got up from her seat to greet former President Donald Trump, leading to speculation that she supported him.[24] Further fueling the speculation, she did not answer questions regarding her support for the former President. An investigation done by BuzzFeed into her liked tweets found that she liked several tweets supporting Trump in 2016, such as one asking users to “like” the tweet if they supported Trump. However, a representative for Addison Rae claimed that the liked tweets were a bug.

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