Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Solomon Georgio Won the Internet Yesterday

Posted By on Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 5:00 PM


People on the internet are pretty much the worst, but Los Angeles-based comedian Solomon Georgio brought a slight bit of brightness to the online world yesterday by looking up the tweets of racists staying stupid racist shit about Martin Luther King Jr. Day and responded in a manner that seems befitting the occasion, being kind and telling people he loves them. Sure, it didn't go over terribly well, especially when Georgio sent a message to someone under the name "Junior Dipper" (who has a Confederate flag in his background image and a stack of chewing tobacco cans as his profile pic.

But still, on the same day a store offered a sale on anything black, Georgio's bit of transmitted grace made the Twittersphere a bit brighter for a bit:


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