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  • Judging from the use of the word Nappy, the above commenter seems most offended that Angelina has not seen fit to encourage the child to be ashamed of her natural hair, the way other “good little Black girls” are.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • And as it happens, "Nappy" Napoleon makes a comment that could apply to artists, not just paddlers:

    Classic Hawaii Front Page Story

  • Elizabeth B,a very "Nappy" 12-year-old cake wrecks lover

    Seasoning's Greetings

  • Just as long as we never have to suffer another Janet "Nappy" Napolitano, we just might survive as a state in the union.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • They're saying that "Nappy" Manet Napolitano (the in-closet Republican in a Democrat outfit) is to be held culpable.

    mbryan's shared items in Google Reader

  • Napper, whose nickname was "Nappy" in the oil fields, complied and built Pridmore a fancy chicken coop for her babies.

    Homepage

  • As the rally ended, Persad-Bissessar joined hands with the other politicians, civil society and labour representatives on stage and danced with them as former Opposition senator Anthony Sammy sang Richard "Nappy" Myers '"Bring back the ole time days."

    newsday.co.tt

  • Also there is a guy running for the hospital district board who used his nickname "Nappy" in the voter guide.

    Tippy Toes and Tantrums

  • And a Big THANK YOU to Obama for relieving us of “Nappy” Napolitano.

    Think Progress » Citizens United Decision: ‘A Rejection Of The Common Sense Of The American People’

  • A great conversation between Justine Larbalestier and Doret Canton (of The Happy Nappy Bookseller blog) about girls, sports, and books, at the Liar author's blog.

    Coffee Talk, September 22nd

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