Sunday, December 30, 2012

Dyson on "Django"

This past week, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson had been subbing for Ed Schultz on his MSNBC show - which, for one thing, meant that Ed Schultz otherwise unwatchable show was actually pretty watchable for a change - and offered up one of the more enthusiastic and incisive critiques of Quentin Tarantino's holiday hit (it's currently out-performing "Les Miserables," which NOBODY was expecting) "Django Unchained" and the controversy over Spike Lee's one-man "boycott" of the film, alongside colleague Dr. Eric Peterson.

For his trouble, Dr. Dyson has earned a scathing "open letter" accusing him of needing a "cultural pride transplant." Charming.


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