Insane old lady.
I like to assume that with age, comes wisdom and gravity. At least enough wisdom to eschew rehashed racial dialogues that appease only to the dimmest among us.
Actually, that might explain a lot.
Joni Mitchell thinks she’s experienced being a black man.
One of the most influential singer-songwriters of the late 20th century, Mitchell, 71, mentioned her crossover experiences in New York magazine interview about wresting her legacy from the biographers who don’t understand her, the recording industry that’s tried to limit her and the sexist movie stars and singers who have decried her fashion sense.
The Canadian wisp of a singer feels she shares an affinity with black men. “When I see black men sitting, I have a tendency to go — like I nod like I’m a brother,” she told New York magazine. “I really feel an affinity because I have experienced being a black guy on several occasions.”
A 71-year-old well-to-do White woman belittling the status opportunities of her social standing with the complacent, sophomoric ramblings of a sheltered, suburban teenager. It doesn’t get any better than that.
And on that note. I think we know what Bruce Jenner will look like in 10 years.