University professor publishes paper in academic journal examining racism and cultural appropriation in… SpongeBob Squarepants cartoons
The day isn’t even close to being over yet, so we’re not going to go as far as to call this the dumbest thing you’re likely read today, but it’s bound to be near the top of the list:
Professor claims SpongeBob perpetuates 'racist' actshttps://t.co/hpoOZ2Hoy1
— Campus Reform (@campusreform) October 11, 2019
And the actual title of the professor’s article is “Unsettling SpongeBob and the Legacies of Violence on Bikini Bottom.” You can’t make this stuff up:
A university professor deemed the beloved cartoon “SpongeBob Squarepants” “violent,” “racist,” and “insidious” in a scholarly article.
University of Washington professor Holly Barker published her musings on the yellow sponge cartoon character and his deep-sea pals in an academic journal called The Contemporary Pacific: A Journal of Island Affairs, which features “readable” articles focused on “social, economic, political, ecological, and cultural topics.”
Finally addressing the grotesque racism of… a cartoon sponge. https://t.co/ZW5HPaMvyI
— Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) October 12, 2019
It’s about time! *Eye roll*
What lives in a pineapple under the sea?
— Huell Babineaux did nothing wrong (@jtLOL) October 12, 2019
There’s nothing that lefties aren’t willing to try and ruin.
Sometimes I feel ( as reading the article) that I went to a parallel universe which I really dislike and at the same time I’m very much afraid of. #Madness
— Julieta Rossi Pedrosa (@julieta_pedrosa) October 11, 2019
New Study. Spongebob claims left wind professors perpetuates racist ideology as gospel. https://t.co/D9OHQpVLL5
— Odel Roo (@Odel_Roo) October 11, 2019
When you have tenure and just HAVE to rub it in normal people's faces.
"I told you I get paid to write anything I want and can't be fired! Anything!"
— Lucian (@lucianwords) October 12, 2019
I have no words…
— Marcus (@Fabled_Abel) October 12, 2019
Wait until they get a load of Bugs Bunny. . .
— @PresidentShemp (@presidentshemp) October 12, 2019
There will be so much triggering!