As OD gets ready to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2012 next Monday, we are issuing a national travel warning to our readers to avoid all streets, drives, roads, and boulevards named after prominent figures from the Civil Rights Movement like Martin Luther King, Jr, Rosa Parks, Ralph Albernathy, etc.
These dangerous streets are likely to be inhabited by representatives of the Black Undertow. Don’t be tempted by the cheap gasoline or the need to stop at a convenience store to use the restroom.
Even if you have worked for decades on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, it is better to piss in your pants than to patronize a business in a black neighborhood. Nothing is worth the price of your life.
Update: The Black Undertow is off to a roaring start in the “Chocolate City,” as the AP reports “18-hour outbreak of violence stuns New Orleans.” This is the beginning of winter and 12 people have been murdered in 12 days!