I have no words." Aunt Jemima. Aunt Jemima is arguably the most well-known and longest-lasting brand that used a racist caricature to market its product. Amos doesn't care about being famous - having a loving family to spend his Golden Years with is all he's looking for. Amos has been sweet but a bit shy while in our care and will appreciate a little extra time and space when settling into his new home. ... misogynistic, racist, rapist has become president. A famous guy that will just take me furniture shopping and just straight up grab my pussy." Sure - but 90 % of the characters displayed as "real life" were just everyday working folks like me and you However, his marital life wasn't always rosy due to some adversaries. Did Amos & Andy have some ignorant characters? 12 racist and offensive phrases that people still use all the time Christina Sterbenz and Dominic-Madori Davis 2020-06-16T17:16:00Z A Famous Amos distributor at the time, Lou Avignone, heard Amos on a local radio talk show and, inspired by Amos' story of his early business success with Famous Amos and his spirit, contacted Amos with the idea for starting a new business. Amos & Andy was less racist that most of the black or white humor we see on tv today. In the mid-1990s, Amos worked with partners, including Famous Amos distributor Lou Avignone, to launch a muffin company now known as Uncle Wally's Family of Muffins. In 1994, the two became partners and subsequently launched Uncle Noname Gourmet Muffins. Meet Amos, The Humane Society of Chittenden County Pet of the Week! Yes, she collects nice packaging and napkins from shops and restaurants… a habit she copied adopted from me. When Charles Rutt … Notable Quotable (on Racism, Slavery, and Roots) “I think everybody, regardless of what side they fell on — liberal or conservative, racist, bigot, whatever — everybody was affected by Roots. ie: Sanford & Sons, Good Times, Married with Children, Our Gang, House of Payne, Redd Fox - and on and on. I also collect paper bags which you can take a look here. The other day my sis was tidying up her messy cabinet when she found some old packaging of Famous Amos, the fame chocolate chips cookies from USA. I still collect them but have become quite selective in recent years. She, however, told fans the touching story behind their love life. Star actor John Amos's grown-up daughter shared a throwback image of her parents when they were newlyweds. Growing up in Birmingham, my parents used to take us to a restaurant called "Sambo's." "Good Times" alum John Amos is one of Hollywood's iconic stars who reigned during the 80s and 90s. Wallace "Wally" Amos, Jr. (born July 1, 1936) is an American TV personality, entrepreneur, and author from Tallahassee, Florida.He is the founder of the Famous Amos chocolate-chip cookie, the Cookie Kahuna, and Aunt Della’s Cookies gourmet cookie brands, and he was the host of the adult reading program, Learn to Read