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Sunday, 30 June 2013

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Quentin Tarrantino says he fears that people will turn on him next for using the "N" word 110 times.

HOLLYWOOD - Tinsel Town writer-director Quentin Tarrantino sat down with Ling Chow Rangoon of iRumors and talked about his Civil War movie Django Unchained, Paula Deen, and the "N" word.

Tarrantino said that he cannot believe all the turmoil that cooking show hostess Paula Deen is going through for having said the "N" word when that same word is used 110 times in his movie.

The cartoon-looking writer-director was asked by Miss Rangoon why he can get away with using that dreaded word 110 times and Miss Paula said it once and her business world has been met with a hellacious tsunami of unprecedented magnitude.

Tarrantino put his index finger to his mouth. He then whispered to Rangoon to keep it down because he is worried like hell that the nation will focus in on him next.

The movie mogul who says that he knows he is one strange kitty was asked why he got so damn carried away with using the "N" word.

And again he put his index finger up to his mouth and asked "Say old gal, are you trying to get me shot or what?"

Rangoon answered that she is not an old gal and suggested that he should consider himself to be one very, very, very lucky SOB.

And with that Tarrantino angrily stood up and said that he did not have to sit and have someone call him the dreaded "SOB" words.

SIDENOTE: Rangoon clearly pointed out the fact that it's another universal example of someone who loves to dish it out but who cannot take it.

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