E.V.O.Oops: Rachel Ray leads the Jihad


Everyones favorite annoying cook stirred up a little controversy, or should I say her stylist stirred up some controversy when she got a little too edgy in a dunkin donuts ad.

Come on people.  Rachel is just trying to sell some Iced Latte.  She thought the little scarf with the strings was super-duper, yum-o or one of her other annoying little catch phrases.  The controversy is that little stringy scarf is a keffiyeh, the scarf worn by some jihadist terrorists.

Is it really that deep?  They made Dunkin Donuts rip their little add down.  Do you think Rachel Ray is packing a bomb in that latte?  Even Yasir Arafat thinks that is ridiculous.

We’ll if this is no longer cool there are suddenly thousands of wannabe hipsters in New York that suddenly ain’t got shit to wear this weekend.  Somebody tell Chris Brown.

And tell Colin Farrell

I guess the mainstream media just found this trend.  Trust me, by time a fashion trend makes the cut in a Dunkin Donuts ad with Rachel Ray, it is officially over.  Anyway, if Rachel Ray is interested in giving people some extracurricular activities, she needs to get back to hitting people with this.

Now that is a statement I can support.


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3 Responses to “E.V.O.Oops: Rachel Ray leads the Jihad”

  1. creeping Says:

    dumbization is people like you who think they won’t slit your neck just cuz you support the keffiyeh…

    almost as dumb as firing someone for putting a noose on a magazine cover…it’s just a rope with no meaning that was never used by anyone killers…dumbization of America is people who support attempted murderers ie Jena Six rather than condemn them…OR maybe you’d feel smartized if rachel ray was sporting a pointy white hood right…

    i know i know jihad is cool…remember in islam, slavery is cool too; and in the Sudan those meaningless keffiyah wearing kids are killing people by the thousands…that is dumbization yo

  2. Will Says:

    What is this – the Red Scare all over again?

  3. Doa Says:

    Thanks for your post, I’m glad I’m not the only one annoyed by Rachael Ray being called a jihadi lol. The keffiyah doesn’t represent jihad!! or islam!!
    And a quick history/linguistics lesson for creeping:
    “Jihad” comes from the arabic root jhd which means to struggle. Jihad doesn’t actually mean “holy war”, but now it’s used in that sense. There is a type of jihad/struggle that involves war/fighting in islam, but if you really understood what jihad was in islam..you wouldn’t hate it. It’s self defense basically. What is going on now, has very little to do with actual Islam, and very much to do with political agendas.
    And about your “slavery is cool” comment: The Prophet Muhammad encouraged people to free slaves every chance they got. Bilal was one of the most pious muslims at the time of the Prophet, and he was a former slave. He was the first one to give the muslim call for prayer. There were already slaves in the society, the Prophet did away with slavery GRADUALLY. Read the Bible. You can find plenty of stuff on slavery there too. And you’re condemning something of 1400 years ago, when slavery existed in America less than 200 yrs ago..and we’re still experiencing the side effects (i.e. racism) The problem is people take their 21st century western minds with their own morals and logic and try to apply it to every period of time and every area of the world. Muslim women were given the right to own property at the time of the Prophet Muhammad, which was over 1400 years ago. Women in Europe and America weren’t given that right until the 1900s. People and societies are different. The key is tolerance and understanding.

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