In 1908, among many other brawls Cobb participated in, he ignored an order from a black man laying asphalt in Detroit to stop walking, then after the two argued, Cobb started a vicious fistfight and was overheard to use the N-word against the road paver.The Georgia Peach was framed - framed, I tell ya!
Let Kyle explain:
Today that behavior would certainly brand you as a racist, but racial slurs were commonplace then, even published in the papers.
Even published in the papers then? You're far too modest, Kyle.
Not wanting to oversell his ironclad defense of the Peach, Kyle graciously omitted the facts that rap lyrics contain the N-word and that Bob Byrd was in the Klan.