I've long held this controversial opinion that the country is overflowing with racist shitheads, like, if the country was a brown paper bag, there would be big baguettes of racism sticking out, and like, heads of racist lettuce spilling out of the top and then you bend over to pick it up and the bottom of the racist sack rips and now you've smashed your carton of racist eggs all over the racist ground. The problem is it's just really hard to find proud and out racists in the wild, since most people know that you don't go around sharing your racist opinions out loud.
Since there tends to be a big overlap between racists and stupid people (not all stupid people are racist, but all racists are stupid people in the same way that not all Republicans are racist, but all racists are Republican), they often don't realize that saying things online is like the same thing as actually saying them! It's worse, because there it is forever, and now everyone in the world, not just the people within spitting distance of your mouth mucus can hear it. That's the beauty of this new Tumblr, Hello There, Racist, which exposes racists throughout the country as the horrible people they are. Haha look at you!
The site kind of uses an Is Anybody Up model, (should've called it Is Anybody Racist), but instead of exposing buttholes it exposes "buttholes. They point out that "The (un)official motto of the GOP is 'personal responsibility' - so with publicly available information, let the words, names, and faces of these racists be documented so that they may be responsible for them" and explain the site thusly:
ALL information gathered here, is/was completely public at the time gathered. None of it was private, but totally publicly available information, voluntarily put forth by these individuals. All are things that people posted, identifying themselves with their own names and faces. I am just bringing it all to a place where they may be responsible and (hopefully) understand the consequence of their words (and hopefully their parents, schools, and employers too).That would be nice if it any of that happened, but I think we can all agree that no one featured on here is going to learn a lesson about anything, are they? If they were capable of learning in the first place they wouldn't have ended up as racists.