Is a Gangsta A Gangster?: Does the Judges’ Discretion put Contestants in Jeopardy?

We’re starting off the year packing heat.  On New Year’s Day, the Jeopardy judges exercised their discretion to bump off a contestant who thought he was in the pink. Answer (it’s Jeopardy): “A song by Coolio from ‘Dangerous Minds’ goes back in time to become a 1667 John Milton Classic.”Response: “What is Gangster’s Paradise Lost.” Alex: Correct. Judges: Nope, incorrect – The correct answer is “Gangsta’s Paradise Lost.” According to the Jeopardy website, the decision was made because “It turns out that ‘gangsta’ and ‘gangster’ are both listed in the Oxford English Dictionary, each with its own unique definition.” Sidenote:  When did “gangsta” make it into the OED? Side-side note:  What could be the definitional difference between ‘gangsta’ and ‘gangster.’  Any wise guy should know that a…

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