First, this would have been better if your name would have been John, because I don't think I've actually written a Dear John letter.
Reading this article on how you were kicked off the air for using racial slurs when talking about racial slurs, in your response you stated:
"Just got kicked off the air until further notice. Tried to have honest discussion about racist terms and management censored my language [...] I’m trying to have an honest, adult conversations about words without resorting to alphabet soup phrases (C-word, N-word, etc)."
And I just wanted to say - I think that's great that people want to have an honest discussion about racial slurs.
But as a White Guy...you can't use the racial slurs even when talking about the racial slurs.
And it's telling that you refer to phrases like the "N-word" and "C-word" as alphabet soup phrases...
I do agree that there is a double standard on which words you can say and I think an honest discussion about that is appropriate (however I think my discussion would probably be different than yours).
But again, you still have to give power to what already exists, so you as a White Guy...you just can't say certain things.
And that's just the way it is.
Hugs and kisses and let there be a time when the word Bubble can be inserted into your party's name,