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January 24, 2012 1:37 AM

Commentary: Strip Club's 'I Have A Dream Bash' a moment when reverence died

You might call this a requiem for reverence. It seems that one Jeffrey Darnell Paul, a graphic artist from Miami Beach, had been tasked with creating a poster for a strip club’s so-called “I Have A Dream Bash” last week in apparent “honor” of the Martin Luther King holiday. So this genius concocts an image of the nation’s greatest human rights leader holding up a fan of $100 dollar bills like some low rent “playa” while a scantily-clad woman looks on. Paul, let the record show as African Americans duck their heads in mortification, is black.

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