Last week, we published a post about a diversity committee at the University of Colorado at Boulder looking into a possible ban on black face and body painting of the sort seen most often during so-called Black Out games -- the theory being that this form of school spirit is racially insensitive. One of our readers reacted with comic disbelief.
This is a joke right? But coming from my sometimes whacky alma mater, I suppose it could be true.
For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.
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