May 15, 2012

New Jersey businesses ban woman because of the color of her skin.

Link.

16 comments:

tim in vermont said...

"Krentcil will now have one thing even “Snooki” does not have, her own action figure. Connecticut-based doll maker HeroBuilders.com has announced it is releasing a “Tanorexic doll” featuring Krentcil’s signature burnt face and golden hair.
The $29.95 doll reportedly uses the same body from the Sarah Palin action figure the company also sells."

Whodathunk Alinsky would have a doll company?

Rumpletweezer said...

It isn't that often that one can tell a person is insane just by looking at her, but it is true in this woman's case.

Ken said...

It's totally okay to ban a person based on the color of their skin, as long as that person is white.

Chip S. said...

Banned on the basis of her skin's color, or its crispiness?

MadisonMan said...

You could have the same headline if you banned someone in blackface from entering.

EMD said...

You could have the same headline if you banned someone in blackface from entering.

I don't think that analogy works.

edutcher said...

They see hear and the word, "lawsuit", is all they can think of.

Hoosier Daddy said...

And the war on women continues.

edutcher said...

s/b her, not hear.

BarrySanders20 said...

Sign on the tanning salon door:

No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem, but We Do Not Serve the Mentally Ill

Lem said...

I live near Nutley.. and word is she is the toast of the town.

Darrell said...

Put her face on the cover of Life magazine and I will be haunted for life. Or at least that's what my autobiography will say.

wyo sis said...

Nutley is a strangely appropriate place for this story to take place.

Amy said...

To me, it's just amazing that this didn't happen before all this national attention.

I walk into a bar slurring my speech, stinking of alcohol, and staggering all over the place...the bar will not serve me.

I walk into a tanning salon looking like Fonzie's jacket and they'll let me continue tanning.

prairie wind said...

Something doesn't seem right about this story. Watch the video and see the mug shot at about :45. The woman in the mug shot looks pretty ordinary to me; her tan looks nothing like the exaggerated tan shown in the interview. Also in the interview, her legs look tan but not overly so. I have to wonder if someone is playing with us on this story.

EMD said...

I'd rather ban her for the content of her character.