How White People Use the Internet

Wednesday, August 17, 2016 08/17/2016 Views: 566

White people are holding back when it comes to discussing race on social media, so Jimmy O. Yang, Francisco Ramos and Milana Vayntrub list what else they avoid posting. (1:28)

On Monday, there was animportant new study released

by the Pew Research Center--

not to be confusedwith a pew research center.

Not to be confusedwith the Le Pew Research Center.

Not to be confused with thePew-Pew-Pew Research Center.

Pew! Pew! Pew!

Or the... P U Research Center.

Do not go in there.

The study is about howwhite people use the Internet,

as is evidenced by everythingI just showed you.

-(laughter)-And it turns out

the Internet's most prolificwriters of Facebook posts

that begin with, "Okay, warning.

This is goingto be a super-long post,"

are holding backon one important area-- race.

According to Pew,67% of white people won't post

about race online,as opposed to YouTube,

where 99% of white peoplehave posted

the "N" word under a videoof a child's birthday party.

Uh, it's a very interestingquestion, by the way.

Why aren't white peopletalking about race?

Why won't they talk about it?I mean, you know,

besides the factthat America has a terrible,

festering race problem

that white peoplewould rather ignore.

Says the white guy.

So, comedians,what's something else

white people won't post about?Jimmy.

A throwback Thursday pickat a Nickelback concert.

-HARDWICK: All right, yeah.They shouldn't. -(laughter)

(applause)

Francisco.

You tell me, Chris.You're white, right?

Uh... you can't prove that.

(laughter)

-Aah. Aah!-(applause)

-Milana.-How they can't

wait to drink chardonnayand get drunk

to finger each otherat a Coldplay concert.

-(laughter, applause)-HARDWICK: Yes! Exactly!