A Well-Educated Snob Gets on a New York Train…

Q: When is it all right to ask someone, “Do you know what schools I went to?”

A: Never. You just negated any glory you may have been seeking when you left that preposition chilling at the end of your question.

B: Never. What kind of an insecure kundi does that?

C: If– and only if– you randomly stumble upon a celebratory gathering where such information is relevant…like at Gold Cup, where different tents are hosted by different institutions of higher learning. Trust me, the UC tent was much nicer than the jokes hosted by Bates or Rollins.

D: Okay, one more: when you run into another alum who is temporarily unaware of what you both have in common. For example, if I ever see someone getting in a car festooned with both UC Davis and GW stickers (not bloody likely), I reserve the right to ask “Guess where I went to school?” in an effusive and ebullient manner, because those are the two places I have degrees from, too! WHAT ARE THE ODDS?

And with that admission of my middling alma maters, I have outed myself as someone who has no right to brag about her academic achievements. Good thing I live in swampy, sleepy old D.C. and not New York, where train conductors are sometimes interrogated by outraged ticket-holders who are really, really invested in where they paid for a degree.

I’m referring to the strange case of Hermon K. Raju, erstwhile Metro North straphanger and last week’s favorite viral-panni-on-tape. Raju was riding a Metro North train when other passengers allegedly complained about her loud cell phone conversation, which was purportedly profane. A conductor warned Raju about her disruptive language and the young woman exploded, defending her right to a “private conversation” while asking “Do you know how educated I am?” Raju also dared the rail employee to stop the train and asked for a refund before threatening that she would never ride Metro North again. To her credit, the Metro North employee remained calm despite the torrent of education-fu aimed her way. Raju, on the other hand…well, she was being taped surreptitiously on an iPhone.

Let’s get two things straight, right now.

One. I HATE people who yammer on their phones on public transportation. Here in D.C. no matter which subway car or bus I board, there’s always some idiot yelling, “What? I can’t hear you. Hold on, what?” Newsflash, dick. They can’t hear you because you are on a train. Yet WE can all hear you because we’re trapped on said train along with your entitled, self-centered, oblivious ass. Talking on the train is one of my biggest urban pet peeves. Please baby Jesus and Saint Anthony, prevent cell phone conversations from ever being allowed on airplanes. My cross-country treks home are already too infrequent and barely tolerable as they are; a cabin full of selfish morons discussing nothing important on their iPhones sounds like the third layer of hell.Two. Hermon K. Raju was obnoxious to someone who was just doing her job. No, we don’t know all the facts that are salient to this situation, but I’m hard-pressed to imagine a scenario where Raju’s reaction to the conductor is justified and trust me, between the substances I abuse and my innate, irrepressibly fecund imagination, I can imagine some shit, y’all. So, once more, for the cheap seats in the back:

I am not justifying what Raju did. At all. Additionally, insinuating that I am just because we have brownitude in common isn’t just insulting, it’s lazy.

Unimaginative, really. Raju was wrong to invoke her degrees as if they were some omnipotent way to deflect criticism. WRONG WRONG WRONG. Got that?

But that doesn’t mean that I don’t feel a little bad for her.

Here’s the thing about being in my 30s. I’m nicer. There’s no other way to write it. During my turbulent 20s, I couldn’t get out of my own way; I was so worried and anxious about my own disastrous life, I could barely walk a mile in someone else’s chappals. Now, it’s nearly always my first response. I may have lost my stellar metabolism and lovely lines which proved that I once had vague muscle tone but I really, really think that the increased thoughtfulness and compassion that old age brings more than makes up for that other shit.

Would you want to be her? Fine, fine. You are better than her. You would never. I hear you. I believe you, I do.

But what about that one time…when you were so faded you woke up in some shrubbery at 9am the next day, missing all of your belongings except your cell– what if someone had secretly been videotaping you, eight hours before that glorious awakening, as you threatened to burn the village of the overly-gelled Guindian who bumped in to you at the officially unofficial Bhangra Blowout 48 after party? Remember? When you made all sorts of frothy allegations about penis size, bank account balances and how you hope he enjoys how you taste, since you stole his gf blah blah blah?

Yeah, not your finest moment. And now we all have smarty phones, which capture and upload every cringe-inducing detail, at 4G speeds!

I’m a little weirded out by how easy it was to name and shame Hermon Raju, how people relished the way infamy was ruining her online rep. Someone sent her video to Gawker and soon after the New York-centric site posted it, a former classmate from NYU mentioned that they knew her; it took merely a few minutes of convincing from other commenters to get said acquaintance to reveal her name.

And just like that, all of the trolls had someone specific to pillory, vs. the disgusting collection of stereotypes they had been batting about…that she was “H1B spawn”, a “typical Pakistani boarding school bitch”, just your average “Indian snob, drunk off a caste system that didn’t follow her here” etc ad nauseum. Once her quondam classmate clarified that she wasn’t a DBD, that she was born here like most of us on this site, the vitriol shifted.

The scorn aimed at her…um…extreme pride…in NYU was slightly understandable; like most online spectators, after all her protesting and hollering I expected her to be an [HYP](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Three_(colleges) alum. The racist shit storm about desi women, what our vaginas smell like and how we’re all insufferable cunts is not something I can grok, no matter how much I read.

Yes, the “C-bomb” is the disgusting epithet I saw most often applied to Raju, no matter what site I haunted. And best of all, people thought it was extra apposite in this case! Get a grip, morons. That insult is reserved for Countess Crackerjacks, a.k.a. Luann on the Real Housewives of New York, and Luann alone. Speaking of television characters, I know I wasn’t the only person who thought Raju’s Locust Valley Lockjaw accent was utterly reminiscent of Trudy from Mad Men. But back to the interesting and vaguely depressing public reaction to this spectacle.

Misogyny, hate and ignorance, oh my. In to this caustic stew, let’s throw in a few commenters’ unfortunate personal experiences with brown-on-black racism and a desire for retribution, for making sure that ALL Raju’s future employers see exactly what kind of a person she is– so many commenters justified this by pointing out that Raju had interned for a Congressman, and that it would be horrible for someone who hated poors to be allowed to gasp! craft policy that might affect them. Because whle Raju was showing tourists around or dutifully answering the phone, she had a lot of opportunity to impact how those who are needy might be affected by potential legislation. Please.

People love a chance to retaliate, especially when they cloak it in faux-righteousness. I’ve been one of those people in the past. But I’m not perfect. And despite what Raju’s most vocal detractors think, neither are they. We’ve all had shitty days, and many of us have experienced a public meltdown (or three). The difference is, we weren’t being filmed. We’re only tied to our own shame, not a collective virtual shaming that clings to every google search of our name. Some say that Raju got what she deserved, that surely it will make her a kinder, gentler Hermon; who knows? Sometimes, this sort of backlash puts people on the defensive, it doesn’t necessarily result in edification or reflection.

One commenter who knows Raju in real life said that she must have been having a really bad day, because she’s actually a nice person. No matter. I’m sure you can find me other people who know her and hate her. It’s a wash. Face it, for most of us, it would be the same way. For every one person who thinks I’m neat, there are ten who can’t stand me. Who’s right about me? All eleven, I’m sure. No one is perfect. No one sees all sides of who we are, but we have seen one ugly side of this woman and it is preserved forever, like a creepy crawly thing ensconced in amber.

Maybe the one thing this sorry situation resulted in is this sobering realization: we are all being watched. Girls (and guys) on film. One upload away from infamy and a destroyed reputation. I may not have attended NYU, but my synapses fire well enough that I realize privacy is dead. Online, the mob lusts for a reason to froth and foam, to judge and exact “justice”.

Dear mutineers, I will try to do you proud and be a credit to our race. You do the same, lest we empower a bunch of desi-hating trolls to crow about us and how we suck. And yes, though some choose to deny it, there IS a racist element to this. We have not graduated to some post-racial nirvana where ethnicity does not matter. Raju wasn’t a jerk because she was Indian; but because she is Indian, people feel empowered to be especially vile when they discuss her. Here is what is relevant: her poor manners. Here is what is not: the “fact” that she smells like curry, whether she grew up in a convenience store or if she loves the caste system. Those stereotypes have nothing to do with why she behaved the way she did, but don’t tell that to the anonymous cowards who are having a blast invoking them anyway. Raju was born and raised here; she snapped and suddenly she’s an evil foreigner, a collection of derogatory assumptions typed by people who can’t separate one rude woman from the rest of us.

Our parents came to this country with eight dollars in their hand; they didn’t sacrifice and suffer so that we could destroy all of their hard work via one regrettable rant. Keep your head down, beta. It’s a nasty job market out there and now that this virtual tarring and feathering isn’t just accepted but celebrated…well, do yourself a favor and keep your c.v. to yourself.

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I want to apologize to everyone who read this post either yesterday or today. I intended to publish this on Monday morning, and I thought I had saved it as a draft last night; instead, I saw a tweet about it which made me realize that I must have inadvertently published it. What a way to ruin brunch! Anyway, I have just updated it and I am sorry for giving you something half-baked!

101 thoughts on “A Well-Educated Snob Gets on a New York Train…

  1. yes, totally, I pray for the day when I can confront that evil train conductor who dares, sorry dAYRES, to accuse me of using profanity and thereby bringing my well-educated status into question.

  2. This was years ago, in Bombay, not here in the States. It was a busy Saturday (or Friday?) evening and my GF, my BFF and I were waiting to take 84 LTD from Metro (near St.Xavier’s) to Worli to watch a Herzog movie. In Bombay at least in the main bus stands, there is always a bus shelter with a line. There was this boorish woman, god knows why who was elbowing people out even before the bus arrived. And when it did she elbowed everyone, nearly knocking down an old lady, to get into the bus. It didn’t stop there. She plonked herself down on the nearest seat and again elbowed someone else who had almost seated herself. The conductor simply walked up to her and requested her to be considerate. And then it started, all along Marine Driver through Walkeshwar, onward to Pedder and so on, this woman kept ranting and then abusing the conductor,calling him names. But when she started berating him for being a “Schedule Caste” etc., I lost my cool. I got up walked to her and in a very quiet voice told her that if she did not pipe down I was going to slap her then and there. To hell with the consequences. This got the entire crowd riled up. Presently someone passed around a hanky, asking for a contribution so that we could ask the woman to get off the bus and take a taxi home. We collected abolut Rs.30/= and then went up to the conductor and asked him to stop the bus. And what grace he expressed when he refused to do anything about it, my job is to see that every passenger is safely dropped off at her stop. I can’t be bothered by someone calling me names. Thankfully the woman did get off somewhere near Haji Ali.

  3. Regardless of what you may think about Hermon Raju, she is screwed. She’s unemployed and when any future employer does a background check on her, they’ll find out about this incident. If she applies to a MBA or JD program, they’ll find out. With google and other search engines, news stories can be archived forever. So I’d say this is the sort of thing that follows her around for decades.

    When you look at the negative publicity that this has generated around her, I’d say she’s pretty much radioactive. NYU is a really good school, but she’s killed her career with this. Just goes to show you that in these times, you never want to generate negative publicity. Never know what’s going to go public. I guess that’s what us brown folk call karma.

  4. Wow, this is generating tons of comments.

    But why was Hermon reprimanded in the first place? She is acting loud and obnoxious, but is she just having a bad day or whatever?

    She does come across as a pompous ass – obviously she might be going through a bad mood, etc and this is not representative of who this person is most of the time.

    Oy vey, she needs to go back to her roots and take up meditation to help her with managing stress and anger.

  5. What she did was an example of obnoxious behavior exhibited by many folk these days. Her desiness plays a role in this with the way she decides to phrase her “Do You Know Who I Am” assertion. The use of “Do you know what schools I went to.”

    Yes. Only brown people and Asians really care where you went to school, but “Do you know who I am!!!!” is nothing new. The wife of Goldman Sachs’ CEO acted even worse and I reccomend checking out the link below.

    http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/item_VddIjS4IenJXTwP5ihUg1M;jsessionid=74B319B5962E63FF49F7C5CD3FC15B12

    “So I don’t think Raju deserves her life destroyed. But I do think this poisonous cookie cutter rote thinking, that Indian parents pass on to their kids, needs to be exposed. I think the people who are highly success, are success not because they want to be successful, but the fact they are good at something the really enjoy doing.”

    Most Indians grow up in the shadows of extreme poverty. You’re either elite, monied, and have a prestigious education….. or you’re menial labor that scrounges to get by. There’s no middle and no pride in just being a regular person. In that type of society, you’re primarily judged by whether you’re elite or a peasant/slum dweller/servant/laborer. Indians bring the mentality that if their child doesn’t choose the highest paying profession out there and climb to the top, that’ll fall into grinding poverty and be looked down on. So there’s definitely a strong push to pursue money, wealth, status and be on the top of the socioeconomic ladder. “Doing what you like” doesn’t fly in a society where the free spirits end up poverty stricken. It doesn’t matter that this isn’t how things work in the U.S. – what’s relevant is the mindset that’s developed during the course of the immigrant’s life.

    Not all Indians think this way, but it’s the dominant mode of thinking among the middle and upper classes, who comprise almost all brown immigration to the US.

    To some extent, I came up with the upbringing that your job, money, and education determine your value as a person. It came not so much from my parents, but from all the Indian parents and their children in our social circle. While I did pursue a career I genuinely liked, the materialism and status orientation I saw among our community has had some impact on me. With my brother, however, he really is the free spirit type and almost all the Indians we know look down on the kid.

  6. She does come across as a pompous ass – obviously she might be going through a bad mood, etc and this is not representative of who this person is most of the time.

    Doesn’t matter. She could be the nicest person in the world, but this is how the public will know her for the rest of her life. Which screws her prospects for employment/entreprenuership, outside a small firm, and grad school for a very long time. The downside to the age we live in is that a bad moment lives forever on the web/google, which is the primary tool we use to research a person. You post one bad picture, write one bad comment, get videotaped in one bad incident…. and suddenly you’re infamous. Hermon may very well have thought she was being looked down on as a hoodlum and just brought up NYU/education to knock down this notion (without implying anything else), but she looks like a super snob.

  7. The silly snob is getting a reality check:

    NYU is not an elite university. Who the hell boasts about going to a college like that?

    Her voice and accent are annoying rather than impressive as she seems to think.

    Her looks, especially from the profile, are closer to ugly and witchy than beautiful and endearing.

    I think when it comes to copping an attitude the chinese bitches, FOB or American-born, are worse and more consistently so. But they tend to get away with it because so many white American men have the yellow fever.

    • In the last three and a half decades, I have noticed US society overall getting more rude to each other. I don’t think it has anything to do with race.

      Look at the increase in road rage, airplane rage, and other incidents. Almost everyday you will see a news article where someone loses it and goes postal, or whatever it’s called these days.

      I don’t know if Hermon posted an apology or explanation of her behavior. Not sure if it would mitigate the situation or her image.

  8. NotG, I have seen quite a few comments on sites like youtube where people are asking for the identity of the Drafthouse caller. I can assume that if she does get exposed, she will be ridiculed.

    The question is : Is she being ridiculed because she is desi? I think not. But her desiness influences the kind of insults she gets. What happens when such thing happens is people look for weak points to make fun of once they decide to make fun of a person. Unfortunately , in the online world, racist tendencies go unchecked, you will see such terrible comments about curry and such. if it’s a guy, you will see comments about his dick size. If it’s a female, well misogyny goes unchecked. I made a comment in jest earlier in this thread to parody this part. Even the Alamo lady was called the C word in the youtube comments section.

    Is she being roasted for this one incident? I can only speak for myself. I make fun of her because I believe this is not an isolated instance with her. You just don’t speak in such a ridiculous tone out of the blue and that annoying accent has been developed over years of snobbery. She has interned with a congressmen which I assume she got with the help of contacts instead of some individual brilliance. How come we do not get an online wave of support for this lady since she is obviously not without people who know her?

    No she does not have to wear a scarlet letter. She can fix this. People like a redemption story too. She just should not be stupid enough to appear defensive in whatever response she comes up with this. Yes, this is an online world. So an online explanation of what she learned from this instead of why she feels she has been wronged would do wonders when people google her name. This will all die down in days.

  9. “Almost everyday you will see a news article where someone loses it and goes postal, or whatever it’s called these days.”

    Don’t ask Tunku Varadarajan.

  10. Dude, this is America. She can spin this into an interesting career if she really wants to. All she needs is a good publicist to properly channel the negative attention into a lucrative something. Not to mention, this country prides itself on comeback kids. I wouldn’t be surprised if she goes to law school at the end of this.

  11. So….damn….embarrassing….

    Ah well…at least she would have made our parents proud, touting her education like that

  12. I don’t think she was pushing the fact that she’s well educated in a snobbish way. She was reacting to the accusation that she used vulgarity in her conversation, and her response (albeit rather stupid) was to repeatedly stress on her education as evidence that she is not the type of person who swears. And frankly I found that conductor to be a bit of a fussy lady herself.

  13. “I don’t think she was pushing the fact that she’s well educated in a snobbish way”

    What?! that’s the definition of snobbishness. thinking that because you are “Well educated” you have some kind of free-pass exemption. And what do you mean “accusation” ?

    How many times have you had someone come up to you and randomly accuse you of using profanity when you weren’t? Bet it happens all the time right?

    The fact that she DID curse, disrupt the people in her train, and had any other response in her head other than “Oh, I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to disturb anyone” is snobbishness.

    • I didn’t check the link, but I don’t care for this glee. All I know is that this tendency to document and laugh behind others backs is DISGUSTING. Much more anything Raju or the “desi chick” you refer to ever did.

      I am sick of this thread. Laugh all you want, but know that for everything you throw at Raju or someone else, your behavior is way worse.

      • Yeah I guess committing career suicide and sharing your sexual escapades in a mass email to get attention isn’t so bad…you must be great at parties. Lighten up.

  14. I wouldn’t stress abt their imbecility NotG.

    These people will not change cos they choose not to. They’re the type to go for a full fledged meal after tossing the match on the funeral pyre. & that’s whilst chortling over their own ed qualifications as they clink mugs.

  15. Well, I just checked out that Beejoli Shah link, and I honestly think she didn’t do anything to be ashamed of. What’s wrong with toe-sucking, really? Her employer is the one who is in the wrong here for firing her over something so ridiculous and irrelevant. I wouldn’t lump Hermon Raju and Beejoli Shah together; all they have in common is that they were in the news. NotG above is right; the fact that you would put the two together suggests that you feel gleeful at the ruining of others’ reputation, regardless of whether they deserve it or not.

  16. What Beejoli did was stupid because you dont burn bridges in an industry which thrives on connections. But it is no way in the same obnoxious league as Hermon Raju.

  17. her behavior’s embarassing/awful/classist, but i do wish commenters didn’t resort to responding to every other post on Sepia about women with a commentary on their looks/body. that stuff has nothing to do with why the original behavior was problematic.

  18. “I didn’t check the link,”

    makes sense, you wouldn’t want to be bothered with actually checking the facts regarding the event in discussion, much more sensible to just spout accusations blindly.

  19. her behavior’s embarassing/awful/classist, but i do wish commenters didn’t resort to responding to every other post on Sepia about women with a commentary on their looks/body. that stuff has nothing to do with why the original behavior was problematic.

    You are right of course that some comments about their looks/body are inappropriate. However….I can’t help but thinking, that with both Beejoli Shah and Hermon Raju, their looks/heritage is what got them on this blog; there was nothing particularly desi about their behavior otherwise that would make it relevant to Sepia Mutiny. Only with Khan (the woman suing A&F) did the story behind it have anything to do with her cultural heritage.

    • re: beejoli, yeah, that’s why i blogged it. also the coincidence with khan. i think it’s a good illustration that brown americans are pretty american. that’s something worth blogging about. i guess i left it kind of implicit.

  20. Beejoli Shah is just plain sleazy based on her email while Hermon Kaur Raju is laughably, and annoyingly, pretentious based not just on the video but also on tHe testimonies of those who know her.

    This has been a bad few weeks for Indian-Americans….biggest insider trading bust in Wall Street history; biggest ripoff of New York taxpayer money etc

  21. “This has been a bad few weeks for Indian-Americans….biggest insider trading bust in Wall Street history;”

    Let’s rephrase your statement:

    “This has been a bad few weeks for Indian-American females….biggest insider trading bust in Wall Street history; ( He was Sri Lankan) “

  22. But True… people like you give me the heebie-jeebies.

    The only thing sad about Beejoli Shah’s case is that her email somehow made it to the media. Please someone tell me what was so different from what Shah did and what self-professed upholders of Indian-American manhood do on a regular basis in bars and locker rooms. You don’t own the patent on high-school level bragging.

  23. “The only thing sad about Beejoli Shah’s case is that her email somehow made it to the media.”

    Disagree, there’s a power dynamic there. She was taking such actions to (in some weird way) further her career. if it was a 48 yr old bus driver, there’d be no wanking off, and no toe-sucking.

    plus I’d like you to take this removed, neutral attitude if it was your sister, daughter, neice or cousin that wrote the letter.

  24. People saying “what goes on between two partners is their business” are correct, but that’s usually reserved for two people of equal maturity, in some kind of relationship, (and in this case it’s not clear who’s more mature, but there’s certainly a power dynamic, and a level of bizarrness to the entire interaction.

  25. I don’t know what made Shah sleep with QT and write about it. Maybe she thought it would further her career, maybe she was flattered that someone like him would give her time of day, maybe she was in awe of his mind. Maybe she exaggerated his el creepo in the email but he was sort of funny in person in the here and now. Who knows?

    plus I’d like you to take this removed, neutral attitude if it was your sister, daughter, neice or cousin that wrote the letter

    I think you’re missing my point.

    I didn’t mention it in my original response, but my initial thought on reading about Shah was exactly this – what if it were my daughter? I was appalled and I thought I would probably want to give her a nice bonk on the head. BUT, my point is this – I would want to give my son the playa an equal bonk on the head if he slept with someone and told all his mates the next day. I’m sure that kind of high school douchebaggery happens with boys and men, Indian American or not. They just haven’t got caught doing it. I don’t think it’s fair to take this one incident and make it into some kind of statement on Indian American womanhood.

  26. “but my initial thought on reading about Shah was exactly this – what if it were my daughter? I was appalled and I thought I would probably want to give her a nice bonk on the head. BUT, my point is this – I would want to give my son the playa an equal bonk on the head if he slept with someone and told all his mates the next day.”

    fair enough. I would too.

    ” I’m sure that kind of high school douchebaggery happens with boys and men, Indian American or not. They just haven’t got caught doing it.”

    That’s where you’re speculating. How about we just move forward with the facts on the ground.

    “I don’t think it’s fair to take this one incident and make it into some kind of statement on Indian American womanhood.”

    umm. one incident? try three. Secondly I wasn’t making a “statement” rather just pointing out it hasn’t been a good couple of weeks for Indian-American women.

    Have you seen this show?

    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=113038255454410

    or this one?

    http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/fringe/2010/07/15/fringe-profile-vijai-nathan-opens-up-with-give-them-vagina/

    we can’t sneeze but for one moment to hear about another indian-american woman standing on a milk-crate proclaiming she had sex when she was a fetus and is proud of it. A few more of these and the new show will be “Indian American woman, and I haven’t had sex!” GASP SHOCK

  27. This has been a bad few weeks for Indian-American females….biggest insider trading bust in Wall Street history; ( He was Sri Lankan)

    Correction: most of those involved in the insider trading scam were Indian-Americans….and they were mostly if not all male Indian-Americans.

  28. “Correction: most of those involved in the insider trading scam were Indian-Americans….and they were mostly if not all male Indian-Americans.”

    evidence?

  29. evidence?

    You are asking for evidence when it is staring you in the face?

    Here is a list of Indian-Americans who were busted passing insider information to Rajaratnam, who is a Tamil sir lankan not an indigenous Buddhist Sinhalese:

    Rajiv Goel Anil Kumar Deep Shah Rajat Gupta Gautam Shankar Sunil Bhalla

    All men. I can’t find the national origin of the woman who ratted on Rajaratnam and turned state’s witness to get a lighter sentence: Roomy Khan. Probably Indian Muslim, but could be Pakistani.

    On the plus side it was also an Indian American, Preet Bharara, who prosecuted the case….

  30. “You are asking for evidence when it is staring you in the face?”

    it wasn’t, now it is.

    are all of these people indian-american, or just plain indian (it’s clear india has its fair share of corrupt criminals)

  31. Just a quick look:

    Anil Kumar (b 1958) Rajiv Goel (age 52 – guess is, all those weren’t spent here in the US) …

    plus these are not all separate incidents, they’re all really part of one big incident.

    the entire discussion is moot anyway, because I never claimed that Indian-American men were perfect beings that could never commit any wrong. yet any statement that begins with “Indian American women…” is met with a knee-jerk “MISOGYNY!” shriek.

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  33. I wouldn’t be surprised if this chick is so shallow she might actually be jealous that Casey Anthony is taking all her glory,