cultural language & soul food
Posted in the Religion Forum
#1 Nov 18, 2012
The colloquialization of ornamental linguistics in folk and modern cultures around the world is symbolically related to the colorized labeling of ethnic minority groups in otherwise industrious democratic America with popular and/or heretical terms such as "wasp," "coon," "dothead," "skinhead," "gook," "chinaman," etc.
These terms are marketed sociologically similarly to how cuisine simplification is studied to achieve standardized mass production with ritualized and/or de-dogmatized terms such as "Big Mac," "Pizza Hut," "Cornucopia," "Candyman," "Turkey Club," and "Munchies."
So if such symbolic relationships between vernacular and ethics contouring reflect the psychological value of the sensibility-oriented Hollywood (USA) movie "Liar, Liar" (1997), then there are obvious public monuments of communication idealization.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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