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After telling his biracial girlfriend not to hang out with black people like those he works with as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, Donald Sterling is now considered by some to be a bit of a racist. But Mickey McCauley, a Baltimore transplant and Boston comedian, has another take on the matter:

https://twitter.com/Mickey_McCauley/status/460300167522951168

Since McCauley is on a roll, here are some more:

https://twitter.com/Mickey_McCauley/status/458672421222883328

https://twitter.com/Mickey_McCauley/status/458644430925627392

Somerville comedian John Tullar has something else on racism:

What else is going on? Cambridge comedian Mike Zakarian has one answer:

Somerville comedian Lillian DeVane has another:

Cambridge’s Matt D., named a “Comic to Watch” by Comedy Central and now a character on the Jonathan Katz series “Explosion Bus,” has been having some deep and disturbing thoughts:

While Danielle Soto, a Boston writer, actress and standup comedian, is just getting out of town:

This week’s final thought goes to Shawn Armistead, a Brookline comedian:

https://twitter.com/ShawnArmistead/status/459772271943380992

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