That’s Right Nate

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The Saint Jing-Tao-Wow Day Faq

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I’ve received a number of comments and questions about St. Jing-Tao-Wow Day and I thought I’d answer them all at one place.

What is St. Jing-Tao-Wow Day? Saint Jing-Tao-Wow Day is a new American holiday that was created after listenning to Lou Dobbs.  The day celebrates the ethnic stereotypes that unite our country and will be celebrated on Tuesday March 31st.  To hear Lou Dobbs’ comments on the holiday try this link .

Why ethnic stereotypes? This country has long been under the belief that we are great because we are a melting pot of all the immigrant groups already in this country.  However, the next immigrant group whether it be Irish, Italians, Asians, or Mexicans are the ones who will really mess this place up.  This attitude has led to a lot of ethnic jokes, slurs, and stereotypes and I think it is good for us to remember exactly what was said about our own people because it reminds us not to be so quick to stereotype other cultures. It is basically an ethnic version of a gay pride parade.   I am sure this is what Lou Dobbs meant when he called for a “We’re all the same day”

How can I participate? Like all great holidays, I expect that everybody will come up with their own way to keep it in their heart, but spreading the word will help spread the holiday.  If you have a blog mention it.  If you post on a forum please mention it there.  The only way a holidy can take off is through word of mouth.   Join the Facebook event group started by Richard Wang (Thanks!) and check out some of the great posts about the holiday on the internets at Zenyenta 2.0, Just My Little Piece of the World, and Fair.org.   Of course there is the Saint Jing-Tao-Wow Day video on the Youtubes also. When the day comes, celebrating is as simple as picking an activity that is stereotypical for your ethnic group and doing it whether that means playing basketball, building a submarine with a screen door, or driving poorly.   Then come here and post about it.

What kind of food is served for the holiday? Any ethnic food is appropriate, but even more appropriate is Americanized ethnic food like Olive Garden, Panda Express, or Taco Bell.

I don’t have an ethnic group.  Can I still participate? Wasp is still an ethnic group you goof.  Go oppress some minorities and then dance really poorly.

Does Lou Dobbs know about this? Lou is very busy right now defending our borders, but I’d like to think that if we all believe in Saint Jing-Tao-Wow hard enough, Mr. Dobbs will know.

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Written by thatsrightnate

March 22, 2009 at 7:50 pm

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  1. […] Saint Jing-Tao-Wao Day: Don’t forget that the first annual Jing-Tao-Wao Day celebration is on Tuesday, August 31st.  Let’s all go out there and celebrate those ethnic stereotypes that unite us.  I know that the great Zenyenta will be interviewing me about WASP culture for the day.  I was happy to contribute to her celebration and hope that some of you will make it over to her site to read my new interview.  To learn about Saint Jing-Tao-Wow Day, visit this article. […]


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