Quentin Tarantino: Role Model?

[Every once in a while, it is remarkable that those who enjoy power, prestige, and influence, are the very last people that the majority would ever let into their homes, let alone influence their children with the type of deviant behavior that is exhibited in film or television.

Have you ever wondered why these individuals are so ‘out of the norm’, or why their talent is used in such over-the-top propaganda?

Below is just a snipet from one of our favorite ‘anti-whites’; a deracinated and perverse individual who wants more of your money for his endeavors.

We encourage you to ‘just say no’.]

Tarantino: My Mom Dated Wilt Chamberlain

Yup, that’s right. In a recent interview on NPR, Tarantino revealed that his mother dated the Hall of Famer and four-time NBA MVP. While the entire interview can be heard on NPR’s website, here’s the transcript of Tarantino discussing his mother with host Terry Gross (at around the 31:30 mark of the interview).

Tarantino: “It was almost like a sitcom, the way we lived in the 70s. Because [my mom] was in her 20s, she was hot, alright, she was a hot white girl. Her best friend was named Jackie, and she was a hot black girl. Her other best friend, Lillian, was a hot Mexican girl. And they lived in this, like, swinging singles apartment with me.”

Gross: “What impact did that have on you?”

Tarantino: “It was the ’70s, and I lived with these three hip single ladies, all always going out on dates all the time, dating football players and basketball players …”

Gross: “Professional ones?”

Tarantino: “Oh yeah she dated Wilt Chamberlain. She’s one of the thousands.”

So there you have it. This is quite an improbable link between two of the most talented people of their respective generations.

If nothing else, this could be useful information for the next time you play “Six Degrees of Separation.”

(H/T to Off the Bench)

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