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July 16, 2008

Mayo Clinic = #1 whitest network on Facebook

OK, I finally take a peek at the famous, white-hot Stuffwhitepeoplelike.com humor Web site and what to wondering eyes should appear - Mayo Clinic of College of Medicine at the top of a list on the most recent post.
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And the list is of "the whitest networks on Facebook." Here's the top five on the list:

1. Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
2. Vancouver, BC
3. Gonzaga
4. Wittenberg
5. Oklahoma

For those not familiar with it, this site is a humor site. And there is a book by the same name.

Here's a couple examples of stuff white people like:
#99 Grammar - White people love rules. It explains why so they get upset when people cut in line, why they tip so religiously and why they become lawyers. But without a doubt, the rule system that white people love the most is grammar. It is in their blood not only to use perfect grammar but also to spend significant portions of time pointing out the errors of others.

#104 - Girls with bangs - If you see a white woman and you are trying to figure out whether she is liked or just merely tolerated by white people, the best thing you can do is get a quick look at her haircut. It is a known fact that white people love women who wear their hair with bangs that hang straight down.

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Since it is humor does that mean that it is not based on fact? Do they really have access to the demographic makeup of Facebook networks?

Interesting.

Ah jokes about how white people are different then black people. Brilliant! I can really see this innovative, groundbreaking brand of humor catching on amongst the comedy community, mark my words!

I think I pulled a sarcasm muscle.

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