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The childhood memory-ruining "Bowsette" phenomenon has gone too far. Only one hero can save us now. You know his name.
Anti-Scottish Dan Schneider
Daniel James "Dan" Schneider is a racist director, writer, and producer primarily for teen-targeted television programs on Nickelodeon. One such program is iCarly, whose eponymous character hosts a Webcast show with her friends in Seattle, Washington State. While the show may seem harmless on the surface, it has insulted, whether intentionally or not, multiple races, including the English (stereotyped as having unconditional contempt for Americans), the French (stereotyped as wearing berets and mustaches), the Japanese (stereotyped as overly-expressive), the Swedes (stereotyped as blond and beautiful), and worst of all, the Scots. In two episodes of iCarly entitled "iSpy a Mean Teacher" and "iDream of Dance," the character of Miss Briggs, played by obviously Scottish-American actress Mindy Sterling (as in Sterling Bridge), has her heritage booed in front of her: first on the Internet when she plays "Scotland the Brave" (incorrectly titled as "Haggis in Moonlight") on the bagpipes, and then in person when she calls a man named "Benjamin Yip," played by Stefan Raulston, to perform traditional Scottish Highland dancing (also incorrectly). To this day, Dan Schneider has NEVER apologized for what he did to show contempt for Scottish culture in his twisted, insensitive style of humor. A good joke about another person's race involves love, knowledge, and appreciation of the race rather than ill-informed insults rooted in stereotyped perceptions and wanton heresay regarding that race. This image depicts him as a parody of racist German dictator Adolf Hitler with a swastika over his heart and a petite mustache on his upper lip. Also, it resembles a common artistic style appearing on many World War II propaganda posters.