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June 07, 2003

African American Beauty

Watched The Italian Job. So-so film, $8.75. Seeing Charlize Theron punch Edward Norton, priceless!




Posted by razib at 10:22 PM




I presume you mean 'African American' in the sense 'born in Africa, lives in America'. No recent genetically-sub-Saharan-African ancestry so far as I'm aware (though white South Africans usually have a dab of Khoisan somewhere in the background).

Not, I hasten to say, that I have any problem with African ancestry - Halle Berry, Thandie Newton, Jada what's-her-name, are all fine with me!

Posted by: David B at June 8, 2003 04:49 AM


I followed the link to her bio...

Under the "trivia" headline where the normally list, well, trvial tidbits about the stars, the first factoid is that her mother shot her father in self defence when she was 15...

Its the presentation is surreal...

It's surreal...

Posted by: -b at June 8, 2003 08:58 AM


Somebody take a look at Charlize Theron and tell me why anybody would be against using GE to get more attractive women like that into the world- and I'm not even as into blondes usually as most guys.

It'll be hard but humanity will find a way to cope with the new 'changes' we have wrought.

Posted by: R at June 8, 2003 01:25 PM


Any excuse to post pictures of women, huh, Razib?

Posted by: Jacqueline at June 8, 2003 01:35 PM


HOT women....

Posted by: razib at June 9, 2003 02:17 AM


Her best assets were on display in Devils Advocate. Otherwise, she's a woman with a pasty-white pig face. (That's not a compliment)

To each their own.

Posted by: Ikram Saeed at June 10, 2003 03:19 PM


i guess i like pork....

Posted by: razib at June 10, 2003 06:57 PM


Razib, if you're going to post a blonde, at least post a true blonde, not a bleacher. It weakens the point. Why, even white women prefer the lighter colored hair. It's all psychological. White is right, black is dark, suspicious, and evil. These are the archetypes.

Posted by: David Yeagley at June 11, 2003 07:21 AM