Acronyms are racist

The unintentional comedy of the Year Zero crowd is rapidly approaching 11.

Have you ever been to San Francisco, the real San Francisco? The city where you see people taking dumps on the sidewalks like it’s just another day, another dump? I spent eight days in the heart of the city during Super Bowl 50 week and got a serious taste of the craziness. I personally saw a guy taking a dump right on the sidewalk only to continue on down the street like it was no big deal.

Now let’s get to the latest craziness in the San Francisco Unified School District Arts Department, which is dropping its “VAPA” (visual and performing arts) acronym because “acronyms are a symptom of white supremacy culture,” according to the department director.

“We are prioritizing antiracist arts instruction in our work,” Sam Bass, Director of the SFUSD Arts Department, explained. “It is a very simple step we can take to just be referred to as the SFUSD Arts Department for families to better understand who we are.”

I’m just curious what he thinks “SFUSD” is, if not an acronym. Does he actually pronounce it “sphussd”?

Seriously, if you don’t fight, and win, this battle for Western civilization, you will lose your indoor plumbing. Don’t think you won’t.