Wanting to get creative in celebrating super-foodie Julia Child’s centennial, PBS asked John D. Boswell, aka melodysheep, to create Julia Child Remix. We thought it would just be a gag, but damn if if this doesn’t have the catchiness of Antoine Dodson’s home-invasion rap.
For more Child goodness, visit the PBS website.
I guess “Amazing” isn’t the word I’d use. More like “Mediocre, and whoo hoo, you used the autotune trick, isn’t that special?” I do love Julia Child, though.
You do realize that she was very homophobic don’t you?
Mr. Enemabag Jones
Didn’t she once complain that “fags” were taking over the cooking industry?
That fat old bitch with a voice like a half digested fruit cake and a wardrobe that hung on her lumpy body like a burial shroud (and let’s not even mention hair like a sociopathic Brillo pad trying to escape from solitary confinement) was indeed homophobic, did indeed complain that “fags were taking over” and produced a cookbook, that frankly, isn’t half as useful as “Joy of Cooking.” Let her stay dead.
It’s sad but prejudice – like love – knows no age, sex, race, faith, social
position, education level…You name it…
I didn’t kown who Julia Child was so after read this article I did a research and
found that she was a well borned and rised girl that went to many good schools as
” Le Cordon Bleu ” when she got married. She was offered chances in life to learn
and be enlightened.
And then I read here that she was a homofobe that wasn’t ashamed to voice her thoughts for for the whole world to hear.
People are amazing, complex, disturbing: One more exemple to show us what people are
I find it strange that Queerly censored my original comment because I called here homosexual hating — Third letter in the alphabet rhymes with runt. Yet she had no problem hating on us.
Refusing to work with gay men, calling us “f—–it”, I don’t want to be censored again.
Shame on you Queerly, clearly you have a agenda!
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