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1 Comment on [SF/F/H Link Post] The Benefits of Imagined Worlds; The Feminine Desert of Mad Max; The Worst Sci-Fi Robots of All Time

  1. “Alabama Wants to Build a Spaceport. Insert redneck in space joke here”

    Is the racial slur connected to the article title actually from the writer or the site it comes from or just inserted here for the easy laugh-ability of insensitivity?? I see nothing in the article about race and therefore take offense to the usage of a word that could be viewed as derogatory and is certainly used as such by many.

    I know the editors here do not like to think of themselves as bigoted and probably warriors against it. So lets please check our selves and stay above it so we do not come off as hypocritical when we do criticize casual racism.

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