[ExI] theme parties must go retro, waaaaay retro

Henrique Moraes Machado cetico.iconoclasta at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 03:45:51 UTC 2017

Funny thing (or not funny at all) is that there's not a single trace of 
ancient egyptian culture that survived on modern egypt. And also 
everything we know about them comes from the greeks and from 
archaeology. But what do reality means for SJWs? They have an agenda and 
they push it.

On 30/08/2017 21:23, spike wrote:
> A thought occurred to me as I heard of a U of Michigan frat having to 
> cancel its party with the theme “Make Ancient Egypt Great Again.”  
> Students were encouraged to come in costumes, such as Cleopatra, 
> mummies, King Tut, do that sideways walk thing, etc.
> The campus (actual) Egyptians were offended at the cultural 
> appropriation.  Party canceled, hapless fraternity bros remained 
> painfully sober.  (How shall they cope?)
> This notion that cultures can never be appropriated can only spread.  
> This leads to an easily-foreseeable future trend such that frat 
> parties will be compelled to cut the Greek cultural appropriation (can 
> you imagine?) as well as all the others including a frat party 
> classic: the Irish theme, featuring… well, I forgot what Irish frat 
> parties do.
> Further thought: there is a culture (of sorts) for which no one will 
> object should it be ridiculed and parodied: cave man.  I hereby take 
> up the cause of being distressed and offended should frats or anyone 
> else choose to have fun parodying Neanderthal culture.  Who here will 
> stand with me, defending the downtrodden prehistoric humans?
> Hear that Universities?  No cave-person parties, none!
> spike
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