Meet Chuck Woolery. He was once a TV game show host. And he now serves to illustrate the difference between merely being old and being a relic from a bygone era:
"Majority rules," he said, dismissing the idea that minorities need protections. "We were born with natural rights. We don't need civil rights. [African-Americans] don't need civil rights. They don't need them. They have inalienable rights granted by God in the Constitution. I mean, I'm discriminated against all the time. I don't care. It doesn't bother me. [I'm discriminated against] because I'm old. I'm too old to get a job as a game show host. They say, well, the guy's 71 and in five years he'll be 76. And I’m a one per center, and I'm absolutely discriminated against as a one per center."
I don’t support anyone being discriminated against for any reason, of course, but I fully encourage people to treat him as he deserves, and solely on the basis of him being a complete and unrepentant moron.
(via Joe. My. God.)