By Shannon McDonald
If they’re covering us, they’re either getting it wrong or making fun of us.
Not that I’d call Philebrity “big media,” but they gave the Northeast a little attention today, and not the good kind. In a post about Kate Gosselin’s hair, the Northeast takes a beating: We’ve seen that hair before. We know that hair. We’ve seen it in the Wawa, buying smokes; we’ve seen it at Target, verbally abusing its children; and we’ve seen it at events, whispering mutedly racist tropes. In fact, anywhere where the Curiously De-Feminized Women Of The Northeast doth roam, so too does That Hair. You read correctly folks, we’re being called low-class, child abusing racists. And if you’ve heard the recent drama surrounding Jon & Kate Plus 8, you’re all bad parents, too.
What do you think? Is this good-natured fun, or is Philebrity giving the Northeast a bad rep?