Sourdough absolutely does not, because there is not a single loaf of bread in any Publix supermarket that even laughingly half-approximates a French baguette, let alone sourdough. Supermarket French and sourdough baguettes in Florida are bread products totally unique to the south and bearing a resemblance to the… » 4/30/14 5:54pm 4/30/14 5:54pm

Yeah, there were more than a few California supermarket chains in the early 1980s that had dedicated generic aisles. Lucky Supermarkets had one aisle of nothing but yellow-packaged, black-stenciled products with names like BEER, SODA, CHIPS. I mean, obviously Alex Cox took it a little further for a gag in the scene… » 10/21/13 8:47pm 10/21/13 8:47pm

No, he's right. Racism would go away if the victims just stopped noticing it. Martin Luther King didn't just fight racism: he created it. Also, that poster's comment wouldn't have been stupid if you hadn't pointed it out, so thanks a ton, stupid-baiter. » 6/12/13 11:07am 6/12/13 11:07am