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Monday, 31 December 2012

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Can words do more harm than guns? Lee may very well think so.

HARFOLD, Vt. - Film producer Spike Lee has decided to boycott Quentin Tarantino's new film Django Unchained because the film uses the N-word 110 times.

Students at Harfold State College, 99.9% of them white as snow, feel that 110 occurrences in a film of this magnitude aren't that big of a deal.

Sophomore Billy Svenden said, "The movie is long, I mean, way long. At 165 minutes, we're not even talking about one N-word per minute."

Others feel that Lee was picking on the film for the wrong reasons. Candy Lavasser, a junior in nail management: "Evidently, Spike has no issue with the fact that over 110 people get blown apart by guns.

"But, then again, this is the guy who chucked a trash can through a window to start a riot in Do the Right Thing."

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