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Monday, January 27, 2020

Nakers.... You Decide.



  I think Mark Dice sums up the situation over Alison Morris's on air comment:


"MSNBC has helped create the Cancel Culture we're living in, which has no regard for facts or reasonable explanations, so I can't say I feel sorry for you now that the mob is coming for you! Hows it feel to get a dose of your own medicine?"

I found a clip of the original and then slowed it to about .75 speed. You decide.

( For the record, if  she worked for FOX or OAN,  The leftist media would be playing the clip non- stop until she were fired.)



 Normal speed:



 Slowed to .75 speed



 

15 comments:

  1. I hear Los Angeles Nakers actually... but I'm old and have old ears.

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  2. She actually uses the nigger term frequently for it to pop out of her mouth so easily.

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  3. She said it right. I don't have a problem with it.

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  4. I agree with Anonymous, if she doesn't use terms like that in her normal everyday life, it wouldn't slip out like that.

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  5. I heard "naker" which is a kettle drum ... right?

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  6. NY Girl, thinking Nicks,mid thought tried to make it Lakers.........

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  7. Yep, not defending the whole premise of this, but I'd bet she was about to say Knicks, and mid-word changed it, Knickers.

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  8. I heard nakers, clear and distinct.

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  9. Started to say Knicks, changed to Lakers, came out nakers. No harm no foul.

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  10. We can easily hear the same word differently. For instance, the whole Yanny or Laurel thing from some years ago, ( CBC piece with an interesting demo on how you might hear the same word differently -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g8fE_o1ASc&feature=emb_logo ).

    Or, just this past football season Seahawks vs 49ers in overtime, the ref asks the Seahawks' Gino Smith to call the toss, he says quite clearly - as I heard it - "Tails!", the ref says, "Your call is heads," and tosses and says, pointing to Gino, "It is a heads, you won the toss!" ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sa3W1J59HPo )

    WHOA NELLY! What just happened? BUT, my g.f. was right there beside me watching and she insists Gino call "Heads!"

    Now, I don't do no whacky tabbacky or none of that stuff, but I sure as heck heard Gino say "Tails." Howsomeeever, Richard Sherman, a man who, as we Seahawks fans can attest on the grave of our ancestors, is not a man to shy away from anything controversial, was standing right there. He was closer, he is younger, and he was motivated to jump like a cat on anything that he thought was wrong there. And he did not. I can only attribute the way so many people heard two different words is that ambiguity and expectations can be influential.

    I despise these alphabet networks as much as any rational person, but I will not indulge in the childish game playing they do. Schadenfreude is a gleeful thing, but nobody should lose her career over a totally understandable error, in the heat of the moment, under the gun to get information out there, and she confusticates Nicks and Lakers.

    Beside, I am sure she said Tuscarora. And I am stickin' by it.

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  11. I didn't hear anything derogatory or offensive. the hazards of live broadcasts. what is the problem "some people" have with this. I don't get it. this political correctness shitf needs to be put into a can and dropped into the marianas trench.

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  12. I am all for burning media slobs at the stake... but this one is harmless.

    Sad when it’s a bigger crime to be called a nigger than it is to act like one...

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  13. Wow, a liberal who may be burned by the fire she helped start! Go figure.

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