> MikeyWhoa wrote:
>> VSB is CRACKED for the black community. Which is why I'm not surprised Trump supporters
>> like to use it to further their agenda. Satire is dead.
>> Thinking a VSB article being "true" is like thinking "Luther", Obama's anger translator
>> was making an official White House statement.
> To be honest, I've posted a link to them before and reading this... starting to think
> it's a satire site. It's just too over the top.
> "Hey, Bob. We're off Friday, right?"
> "I don't think so, Tyreke. Why would we be?"
> "Wait, so you're telling me, as the manager of this company, that it doesn't celebrate
> "Um, it's November. I thought Kwanzaa was in December."
> "So you've never heard of the 37 days of Kwanzaa, the pre-Kwanzaa recognition of
> family, unity, Claymation and Isabel Sanford? Tell me, Bob, that you know that Friday
> is when we light the quadrangle and sing 'Lift Every Voice on the Mountain' with
> our families. Are you trying to keep me away from my family?"
> LOL what the fudge.
Well, they've made itabundantly clear in their guide for people who've just discovered VSB.Also, it is not uncommon to see a piece on VSB that's pure satire right next to something serious about race and something irreverent/long-winded about music and something sad about a parent who recently passed. This is not a place where all the content is going to be silly, or all the content is going to be serious. There will be a mix of tones and styles and structures, and it's on you to keep up.