Is /ck/ cooking anything to celebrate Martin Luther King day?
>KFC released a new menu item today
You can't make this shit up.
I went to McDonald's and got a burger. r8
I usually get the small sandwiches, but I just needed a huge pile of beef today. Breddy gud, but it'll be months or years before I eat something like this again.
About to go and order some wontons for a snack. $2.95 worth it for 8?
Also eating chili dogs later, not really holiday food but thank you MLK for making the world a little bit better I guess.
Sounds comfy. I doubt I'll eat lunch but I have a beef stew slow cooking for later. Not sure if it's MLK related. I put it in before I got on /ck/, if I came here first I honestly would be going to get the Nashbille hot chicken at KFC tbqh
After work going to kick back and open my finest vintage
I'll be celebrating his fellow countrymens advanced culture
>mfw his records get declassified
Only 11 more years
>Posing on 4chan
>Unironically mad about racism
there isn't much information on what race the ancient egyptians were or how they might be related to modern-day residents of egypt. the person who capped this image is just as dumb as the people arguing in it.
Being a straight white male is really hard these days. I can't yell nigger nigger nigger at the customers at the gas station.
It's not like the good old days.
I was born in the wrong decade ;_;
It was a definitely a diverse society. Maybe not so much at the beginning or the end, but at it's height people from all around migrated there. As far as we can tell, judging from writings and artwork, there was no such thing as racial/ethnic equality and understanding. Native, olive-skinned folk were considered the premier people of the land, darkies were viewed as inferiors, whities from the north were capable but undeserving of the same privileges as the true Egyptians. Bunch of racist bigots.
>It was a definitely a diverse society. Maybe not so much at the beginning or the end, but at it's height people from all around migrated there.
While that's a pretty safe assumption for any large civilization, there just isn't much genetic data and what we do have is based on the mummies of very important people. Which is basically like making a guess about the ethnic makeup of Europe by sampling the House of Bourbon