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#61 renique46

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Posted 07 March 2014 - 11:45 PM

thread should be closed by now.



#62 mrsilkunderwear

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 01:40 AM

Explain to me why I should go through the additional effort to pull a dozen posts when you can't even bother to read the first page of any of those threads with 10 posts on it? So you're telling me you're going to all of a sudden click through a dozen posts? If skimming 15 posts(you don't even have to read all of them!) is too fucking hard for you, telling me to point you to the exact words makes sense to you? All evidence has shown that posting to the fact that you won't even read direct links.

But hey, "What? 22 pages? Pfft...tl;dr." amirite? Yeah, if I were you, I wouldn't want to read my own shitty posts either.

Let's see what other bullshit excuse you can come up with next:

http://www.cheapassg...ply/?p=10876933
http://www.cheapassg...ply/?p=10877630
http://www.cheapassg...ply/?p=10878326
http://www.cheapassg...ply/?p=10882529
http://www.cheapassg...ply/?p=10883011
http://www.cheapassg...irs/?p=10954636
http://www.cheapassg...irs/?p=10954807
http://www.cheapassg...irs/?p=10954991
http://www.cheapassg...nny/?p=10972985
http://www.cheapassg...nny/?p=11086423
http://www.cheapassg...nny/?p=11086462
http://www.cheapassg...ech/?p=11025974
http://www.cheapassg...aniv-speech/?p=

There you go. 13 wonderful posts filled with the garbage that is a partial post history. If you want explanations for why they're racist, you can read my replies to those posts.

Happy reading!

inb4 "tl;dr," "eye kant reed," "I don't hate black people," "I have black friends," and "go look for more of my posts."

I actually read an entire thread when you first posted those linkes. I saw nothing that would indicate me being a racist. 

 

I have not posted anything racist in the first 3 links above. As a matter of fact, in the 3rd link I ask you the same question but alas no clear answer. 

The next 3 threads are just the same. Nothing. 

 

The next two, clearly a jest. 

 

The next one after that, maybe in your mind. 

 

Everything after that is trash. The only one that could be considered racist is the one with food stamps but that more directed at you as an individual. 

 

So got any other posts for me?



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Posted 08 March 2014 - 02:45 AM

thread should be closed by now.


But I like seeing Silk humiliate Doughboy.

And Silk of course he is going to call you a racist, that is what the most desperate liberals do when they don't have facts on their side go for the race card.

The worst racist of them all are the liberals. The KKK was started by the Democrat party and the liberals couldn't wait to pick a black president in Obama not because they thought he was qualified, but because they knew they had a weapon against criticism. If you criticize Obama, you are a racist.

The funny thing about that, is that is the ultimate racism, don't pick a guy because he is smart or qualified, just pick him because he is black so we pretend to look tolerant.

#64 renique46

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 04:05 AM

>says thread should be closed

>gets a 4 paragraph reply that i couldn't give 2 shits about.



#65 UncleBob

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 04:21 AM

>says thread should be closed
>gets a 4 paragraph reply that i couldn't give 2 shits about.

>responds to a reply he claims he doesn't care about.
"The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy, instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it."

#66 egofed

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 12:46 PM

Doh, do you think criticizing a culture and govt welfare programs that produce 70% single mother households, a large dropout rate, high crime and incarceration rate, and high unemployment/ welfare use is the same as believing that a race is genetically inferior? I can honestly tell you that I believe a human brain is a human brain, no matter the race. Look at all the areas of the US that have all of the same problems that I mention above, but are white. Its a cultural problem, not genetic. You think I expect too much from people to make decisions that will help them raise up out of their situations(finish high school, save money instead of getting tats, cigarettes, and alcohol, and, most of all, having kids!), they can do it, I believe in them, so do you actually believe that they are genetically inferior and can't handle all that life entails? I kid with you because I feel you are knowledgeable and truly care, yet throwing around the racist accusations severely disrupts any discussion of possible solutions, causes an insult war, and destroys any possible chance of friendly compromise or conversation. Large segments of the black community have huge problems right now. So do segments of the white community and Hispanic community. You can argue the causes and refer to the huge civil rights tragedy that our nation had(yes, its basically over), but that doesn't make these problems go away. It also doesn't change human nature. Incentives to reproduce, be provided for, and not work are destructive, unless that's what you want. A populace totally dependent on the gov't for their livelihood. I've gone wayyyy off track from my original intent, so my wrap up question, when you say racist, are you implying a belief that a certain race is GENETICALLY inferior?



#67 UncleBob

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 04:10 PM

[...]yet throwing around the racist accusations severely disrupts any discussion of possible solutions, causes an insult war, and destroys any possible chance of friendly compromise or conversation.


This. There are a handful of folks who kept accusing me of trolling and derailing conversations. They've put me on ignore and stopped responding to me (which is pretty awesome, really). And now - we're in a topic about the Ukraine talking about who's racist - in spite of the fact that they haven't responded to me.

If you look through the thread posted when Myke was on his LoA and DD/RvB didn't really post much, you'll see several threads that did a pretty good job of staying on topic - with and without my involvement. Yet, now that the three of them are back full-force - threads are getting derailed into this kind of drivel all over again.

I wonder if they'll figure it out.
"The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy, instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it."

#68 dohdough

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 04:15 PM

I actually read an entire thread when you first posted those linkes. I saw nothing that would indicate me being a racist. 
 
I have not posted anything racist in the first 3 links above. As a matter of fact, in the 3rd link I ask you the same question but alas no clear answer. 
The next 3 threads are just the same. Nothing. 
 
The next two, clearly a jest. 
 
The next one after that, maybe in your mind. 
 
Everything after that is trash. The only one that could be considered racist is the one with food stamps but that more directed at you as an individual. 
 
So got any other posts for me?

 
Hmmm....
 

If you want explanations for why they're racist, you can read my replies to those posts.

inb4 "tl;dr," "eye kant reed," "I don't hate black people," "I have black friends," and "go look for more of my posts."


You're so predictable.

Oh and ONE thing could be considered racist, but is an insult directed at me using thinly veiled racist stereotypes? So what you're saying is that you make racist insults. EL OH EL
 

Doh, do you think criticizing a culture and govt welfare programs that produce 70% single mother households, a large dropout rate, high crime and incarceration rate, and high unemployment/ welfare use is the same as believing that a race is genetically inferior? I can honestly tell you that I believe a human brain is a human brain, no matter the race. Look at all the areas of the US that have all of the same problems that I mention above, but are white. Its a cultural problem, not genetic. You think I expect too much from people to make decisions that will help them raise up out of their situations(finish high school, save money instead of getting tats, cigarettes, and alcohol, and, most of all, having kids!), they can do it, I believe in them, so do you actually believe that they are genetically inferior and can't handle all that life entails? I kid with you because I feel you are knowledgeable and truly care, yet throwing around the racist accusations severely disrupts any discussion of possible solutions, causes an insult war, and destroys any possible chance of friendly compromise or conversation. Large segments of the black community have huge problems right now. So do segments of the white community and Hispanic community. You can argue the causes and refer to the huge civil rights tragedy that our nation had(yes, its basically over), but that doesn't make these problems go away. It also doesn't change human nature. Incentives to reproduce, be provided for, and not work are destructive, unless that's what you want. A populace totally dependent on the gov't for their livelihood. I've gone wayyyy off track from my original intent, so my wrap up question, when you say racist, are you implying a belief that a certain race is GENETICALLY inferior?


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#69 egofed

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 04:48 PM

  • rac·ist /ˈreɪthinsp.pngsɪst/  Show Spelled [rey-sist]  Show IPA
    noun
    1.
    a person who believes in racism, the doctrine that a certain human race is superior to any or all others.
    adjective
    2.
    of or like racists or racism: racist policies; racist attitudes.
World English Dictionary

 

racism or racialism  (ˈreɪsɪzəm, ˈreɪʃəˌlɪzəm)   n 1. the belief that races have distinctive cultural characteristics determined by hereditary factors and that this endows some races with an intrinsic superiority over others 2. abusive or aggressive behaviour towards members of another race on the basis of such a belief

http://dictionary.re...m/browse/racist

 

"Racism is a very complicated phenomenon and to boil it down to simply hating someone because of their race and while thinking one's own race as superior is inaccurate and simply dumb. "   -Doh

 

Uhhhh, its simply dumb and inaccurate to apply the definition to the word as it is listed?

 

"When you say racist, you mean someone that just hates because of race. When I say racist, I mean supportive of a power structure that is oppressive based on race either through action or inaction because even inaction supports the current levels of oppression." -Doh

 

Ohhh, so you get to change the definition of words when you use them? Gotcha, it does make understanding you a bit difficult though, is there a new dictionary available that has your new, progressive definitions? :roll:

 

Do you really believe that I dislike people who live in generational welfare abuse because they are black? It couldn't be that I feel they are mooching off tax payer money and breeding kids simply as bigger paydays? Does the fact that I dislike white moochers just as much sway you any? I have posted numerous times that I dislike corporate welfare as well. assuming that all conservatives who demand accountability are racists is "simply dumb." C'mon, Doh, you are much smarter than that.

 

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#70 dohdough

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 05:11 PM

Motherfuck, not this bullshit again...

Race is a social construct and a dictionary doesn't cover the entire scope of any particular subject nor are the written by experts on them. The Irish were once considered black and now they're white. Explain that.

Focusing on "culture" is just another way to talk about the inferiority of black people without "sounding" racist. "I don't hate black people, just their culture." Sound familiar?
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"Speaking of which, there's another elitist prick that argues constantly on the Politics forums by the name of dohdough. He's a complete douche, but at least he keeps his posts in that cesspool of useless opinions. He gets my runner-up nomination."


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Posted 08 March 2014 - 05:43 PM

Motherfuck, not this bullshit again...

Race is a social construct and a dictionary doesn't cover the entire scope of any particular subject nor are the written by experts on them. The Irish were once considered black and now they're white. Explain that.

Focusing on "culture" is just another way to talk about the inferiority of black people without "sounding" racist. "I don't hate black people, just their culture." Sound familiar?

Dude, using a word as it is defined in the fucking dictionary is not bullshit. I dislike any culture that has kids while on welfare. Skin color is not the issue. I should not be afraid of "sounding" racists because I base my thoughts on people's choices, not their race. Do you think I look at all black people as inferior to me? I dislike white trailer trash culture as well if it involves having kids while on welfare. I want accountability required for AALLLLLLL people.

 

Please define the term racist for me.

 

As far as the Irish, how does that have any relation to you accusing me of making racist comments?



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Posted 08 March 2014 - 06:14 PM

 
Hmmm....
 

You're so predictable.

Oh and ONE thing could be considered racist, but is an insult directed at me using thinly veiled racist stereotypes? So what you're saying is that you make racist insults. EL OH EL
 

http://www.cheapassg...42#entry9455444

I had problem finding those responses. Can you post them here? 



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Posted 08 March 2014 - 08:14 PM

Dude, using a word as it is defined in the fucking dictionary is not bullshit. I dislike any culture that has kids while on welfare. Skin color is not the issue. I should not be afraid of "sounding" racists because I base my thoughts on people's choices, not their race. Do you think I look at all black people as inferior to me? I dislike white trailer trash culture as well if it involves having kids while on welfare. I want accountability required for AALLLLLLL people.
 
Please define the term racist for me.
 
As far as the Irish, how does that have any relation to you accusing me of making racist comments?


Here's a famous quote:

You start out in 1954 by saying, "N*gger, n*gger, n*gger." By 1968 you can't say "n*gger" — that hurts you. Backfires. So you say stuff like forced busing, states' rights and all that stuff. You're getting so abstract now [that] you're talking about cutting taxes, and all these things you're talking about are totally economic things and a byproduct of them is [that] blacks get hurt worse than whites. And subconsciously maybe that is part of it. I'm not saying that. But I'm saying that if it is getting that abstract, and that coded, that we are doing away with the racial problem one way or the other. You follow me — because obviously sitting around saying, "We want to cut this," is much more abstract than even the busing thing, and a hell of a lot more abstract than "N*gger, n*gger.


People are not islands and culture isn't developed in a fucking vacuum. Racism is a form of oppression. Oppression is a form of power. As a racial group, black people have little to none of it in the US. The whole point of the Irish being black question is that the ways we define race isn't static and neither is the way we express racism in our society. Hence Lee Atwater's quote and the futile use of a couple definitions from a dictionary. The days of the KKK riding on horseback in white robes terrorizing black people are over, but places like stormfront and organizations like the KKK still exist. If you open your eyes and are critical of what you see, you'll notice the not-so-subtle rhetoric everywhere. Dog-whistles exist whether you admit it or not.
 
 

I had problem finding those responses. Can you post them here?

Have you looked up your ass? Cause I'm pretty sure you can find it there. It's not like you admitted it in the post I quoted, right?
 

The only one that could be considered racist is the one with food stamps but that more directed at you as an individual.


Oh look! You did! Your underoos to tight or something? Thanks for admitting to being a racist asshole.
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Posted 08 March 2014 - 08:41 PM

Sigh, I guess we will just never see each other's points of view. I oppress no one. The system oppresses everyone when it applies rules that are tyrannical and enforces policies that treat people differently. I feel that wealth is that deciding factor now, not race. I was raised to treat people with respect, and to judge by actions, not looks. I see people raising their kids poorly and some downright neglecting them. This is not a black only observation. I feel our current welfare system leads to more and more use versus actually promoting people to better themselves. I support a voucher system for nutritious food, like Bob suggested, and some form of required work to receive entitlements. Yes, we have argued this before. Please tell me in what ways you would change welfare and SNAP so that it actually solved this problem versus increasing it. All races would benefit hopefully. How do you feel about the swelling disability program also?

 

As far as the Atwater quote, do you think I want to target a particular racial group for punishment, or do I want people of all races to be accountable for their actions and not rely on a gov't check as a way of perpetual life? Disliking and not approving of people's actions is not racism.



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Posted 08 March 2014 - 08:42 PM

Sigh, I guess we will just never see each other's points of view. I oppress no one. The system oppresses everyone when it applies rules that are tyrannical and enforces policies that treat people differently. I feel that wealth is that deciding factor now, not race. I was raised to treat people with respect, and to judge by actions, not looks. I see people raising their kids poorly and some downright neglecting them. This is not a black only observation. I feel our current welfare system leads to more and more use versus actually promoting people to better themselves. I support a voucher system for nutritious food, like Bob suggested, and some form of required work to receive entitlements. Yes, we have argued this before. Please tell me in what ways you would change welfare and SNAP so that it actually solved this problem versus increasing it. All races would benefit hopefully. How do you feel about the swelling disability program also?

Black people can indeed be racists, if you apply the definition of the word as it is in a DICTIONARY....

 

 

Hmmm.. sorry for the double post. Touch screen shenanigans....



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Posted 08 March 2014 - 09:06 PM

Sigh, I guess we will just never see each other's points of view. I oppress no one. The system oppresses everyone when it applies rules that are tyrannical and enforces policies that treat people differently. I feel that wealth is that deciding factor now, not race. I was raised to treat people with respect, and to judge by actions, not looks. I see people raising their kids poorly and some downright neglecting them. This is not a black only observation. I feel our current welfare system leads to more and more use versus actually promoting people to better themselves. I support a voucher system for nutritious food, like Bob suggested, and some form of required work to receive entitlements. Yes, we have argued this before. Please tell me in what ways you would change welfare and SNAP so that it actually solved this problem versus increasing it. All races would benefit hopefully. How do you feel about the swelling disability program also?


If something inadvertently affects black people more negatively than white people. Is it racist? The effects are still there regardless of intent.

Are there enough jobs for everyone looking? Do those jobs pay a living wage based on the location? We don't even have to talk about those on welfare when those that are able bodied and able minded can't even make a living. Excuse my snark(or not), but like I said before: call me when there isn't a surplus of labor. Unless there is a surplus of jobs, social services will need to be expanded because we can't have people starving on the streets. Some people are ok with that. One person having all the personal responsibility in the world can't magically conjure up a job for everyone that's willing to have one. Until that's solved, most talk about the "moochers" is irrelevant. Starvation is only a great motivator to ensure that crime rates will go up.
 
 

Black people can indeed be racists, if you apply the definition of the word as it is in a DICTIONARY....
 
 
Hmmm.. sorry for the double post. Touch screen shenanigans....

Social scientists tend to differ and if you're using the dictionary as an end-all;be-all, please explain why the hell we would even need encyclopedias.
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Posted 08 March 2014 - 09:22 PM

>responds to a reply he claims he doesn't care about.

Wasn't really replying to anything  just saw big text and lol didn't read so nice try dumbass



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Posted 08 March 2014 - 09:31 PM

If something inadvertently affects black people more negatively than white people. Is it racist? The effects are still there regardless of intent.

Are there enough jobs for everyone looking? Do those jobs pay a living wage based on the location? We don't even have to talk about those on welfare when those that are able bodied and able minded can't even make a living. Excuse my snark(or not), but like I said before: call me when there isn't a surplus of labor. Unless there is a surplus of jobs, social services will need to be expanded because we can't have people starving on the streets. Some people are ok with that. One person having all the personal responsibility in the world can't magically conjure up a job for everyone that's willing to have one. Until that's solved, most talk about the "moochers" is irrelevant. Starvation is only a great motivator to ensure that crime rates will go up.
 
 
Social scientists tend to differ and if you're using the dictionary as an end-all;be-all, please explain why the hell we would even need encyclopedias.

en·cy·clo·pe·di·a

/ɛnˌsaɪthinsp.pngkləˈpithinsp.pngdithinsp.pngə/  Show Spelled [en-sahy-kluh-pee-dee-uh]  Show IPA

noun
1.
a book or set of books containing articles on various topics, usually in alphabetical arrangement, covering all branches of knowledge or, less commonly, all aspects of one subject.
2.
( initial capital letter ) the French work edited by Diderot and D'Alembert, published in the 18th century, distinguished by its representation of the views of the Enlightenment.
 
dic·tion·ar·y /ˈdɪkthinsp.pngʃəˌnɛrthinsp.pngi/  Show Spelled [dik-shuh-ner-ee]  Show IPA
noun, plural dic·tion·ar·ies.
1.
a book, optical disc, mobile device, or online lexical resource (such as Dictionary.com ) containing a selection of the words of a language, giving information about their meanings, pronunciations, etymologies, inflected forms, derived forms, etc., expressed in either the same or another language; lexicon; glossary. Print dictionaries of various sizes, ranging from small pocket dictionaries to multivolume books, usually sort entries alphabetically, as do typical CD or DVD dictionary applications, allowing one to browse through the terms in sequence. All electronic dictionaries, whether online or installed on a device, can provide immediate, direct access to a search term, its meanings, and ancillary information: an unabridged dictionary of English; a Japanese-English dictionary.
2.
a book giving information on particular subjects or on a particular class of words, names, or facts, usually arranged alphabetically: a biographical dictionary; a dictionary of mathematics.
3.
Computers.
a.
a list of codes, terms, keys, etc., and their meanings, used by a computer program or system.
b.
a list of words used by a word-processing program as the standard against which to check the spelling of text entered.
 
 
Are you saying that racism does not involve a belief that a race is superior or inferior based solely on their racial genetic makeup? You seem unable to distinguish the reason that I dislike some welfare recipients(who aren't all black) versus the KKK who hate all blacks(who aren't all welfare recipients).
 
As far as the lack of jobs, so incentivizing the breeding of kids to single mothers is gonna help the labor surplus???? Nobody wants to see people starve, how about that voucher idea? It guarantees nutritious choices, cuts down on black market EBT card abuse, and hopefully leads to healthier kids. And minimum wage does provide a living wage for a single adult. Three kids, no, but who is the idiot having kids while on minimum wage....A perfect role model whose kids will emulate straight into the welfare line.
 
Did I miss the solutions that you have?


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Posted 08 March 2014 - 10:13 PM

Are you saying that racism does not involve a belief that a race is superior or inferior based solely on their racial genetic makeup? You seem unable to distinguish the reason that I dislike some welfare recipients(who aren't all black) versus the KKK who hate all blacks(who aren't all welfare recipients).
 
As far as the lack of jobs, so incentivizing the breeding of kids to single mothers is gonna help the labor surplus???? Nobody wants to see people starve, how about that voucher idea? It guarantees nutritious choices, cuts down on black market EBT card abuse, and hopefully leads to healthier kids. And minimum wage does provide a living wage for a single adult. Three kids, no, but who is the idiot having kids while on minimum wage....A perfect role model whose kids will emulate straight into the welfare line.
 
Did I miss the solutions that you have?

You JUST used the dictionary as the definitive source of knowledge in reference to a term. Again, I ask: why would we need an encyclopedia if the dictionary tells us all we need about a subject? It's obvious that a dictionary is enough for you since you like looking things up in it.

And again, can you explain why the Irish used to be considered black and/or how they became considered white? Until you can figure that out, how can you claim that race is based on genetics or that racism is solely based on genetics when what defines black and white isn't static? Race is a social construction.

Welfare fraud is a whipping 2%. It doesn't bother me. Oh and I'd love to see you live on $8 an hour in Boston.
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Posted 08 March 2014 - 11:05 PM

You JUST used the dictionary as the definitive source of knowledge in reference to a term. Again, I ask: why would we need an encyclopedia if the dictionary tells us all we need about a subject? It's obvious that a dictionary is enough for you since you like looking things up in it.

And again, can you explain why the Irish used to be considered black and/or how they became considered white? Until you can figure that out, how can you claim that race is based on genetics or that racism is solely based on genetics when what defines black and white isn't static? Race is a social construction.

Welfare fraud is a whipping 2%. It doesn't bother me. Oh and I'd love to see you live on $8 an hour in Boston.

The dictionary stuff was a joke. The definition of racism is what it is. I am not going to change it because you tell me to.

I never considered Irish people as anything but Irish. Won't it be much better when we cease to separate ourselves by race? I'm all for removing race from all gov't forms. Race is all based on melanin as far as society is concerned. Melanin is based on genetics. I don't even know why this is relevant when my positions aren't based on race at all.

So children suffering because their parents are moochers doesn't bother you? Taking people's money and giving it to people who are able bodied but refuse to work doesn't bother you? Ok......The fraud is not my biggest concern, its the generations of kids being poorly raised to rely on the gov't for their existence.

I'd never live in Boston. Too cold to
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Posted 08 March 2014 - 11:13 PM

Don't these conspiracy theories like sweeping national corporate racism sound a little too good to be true? Don't they have to originate somewhere. We all love to root for the oppressed. It starts with the tree's are being oppressed; a dunce wrongly ponders an unsightly exhaust pipe and global warming's suddenly a thing - mother earth is under attack.

 

 

 

Focusing on "culture" is just another way to talk about the inferiority of black people without "sounding" racist. "I don't hate black people, just their culture." Sound familiar? 

 

 

Oh so it's mental? Any doctor would laugh at you. So it's racism? That would be a lot of racism my friend. It would be palpable.

 

 

 

Here's the deal: I got a decent vocabulary, but would I ever break it out to my predominantly black cultured friends? Fuck no because Rick Ross doesn't say words like disparity. Lil Wayne is actually intelligent but if he rapped about Shakespeare the homeboy's would straight up think he lost his damn mind. I'm 20 year's old in 2014 and like girls around me, so imma keep those words for my mom-and-son geopolitical debates.


Haven't you figured it out yet fanboys? Your mommy can't afford both consoles! Be grateful with what you got and shut the Fuck up.

 

 

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#82 UncleBob

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 11:52 PM

Wasn't really replying to anything just saw big text and lol didn't read so nice try dumbass


"Responding" isn't quite the exact same thing as "Replying". Not sure what the dictionary definitions are though. :D
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#83 Msut77

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 12:36 AM

Wow
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#84 mrsilkunderwear

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 03:13 AM

Wasn't really replying to anything  just saw big text and lol didn't read so nice try dumbass

Yet you posted that you did not care. Why? 

 

Have you looked up your ass? Cause I'm pretty sure you can find it there. It's not like you admitted it in the post I quoted, right?
 

Oh look! You did! Your underoos to tight or something? Thanks for admitting to being a racist asshole.

Well thats the problem. I still cannot understand why I am considered racist. You linked to a bunch of posts but none of them are racist. The one quoted above was directed to you as an individual, something I clearly said. Now will you actually post a good response or continue calling me names? 



#85 UncleBob

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 06:18 AM

Yet you posted that you did not care. Why?


Because he wanted you to know how little he cares. It means a lot to him. :D
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Posted 10 March 2014 - 04:11 AM

racism, also called racialism , any action, practice, or belief that reflects the racial worldview—the ideology that humans are divided into separate and exclusive biological entities called "races," that there is a causal link between inherited physical traits and traits of personality, intellect, morality, and other cultural behavioral features, and that some races are innately superior to others.

Courtesy encyclopedia britannica. Sure sounds like genetics to me, Doh. This whole argument is moot anyway, because I never said that any race was inferior or that I hated a race. I stated that I did not like generational welfare. I posted some videos giving examples of people that I felt were guilty of exploiting the system. I think the videos featured more blacks than whites, so you immediately threw the racist slur my way. So who made it a racial thing in the first place? There are plenty of fiscal conservatives who dislike our current welfare program and are not racists. Do you agree?

#87 UncleBob

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Posted 10 March 2014 - 04:58 AM

He will disagree. Basically, anyone who is white is racist because they've benefited in some way or another by the power structure that keeps white people in power.

Anyone who isn't white but displays any hint of racism (via the dictionary definition) towards any other minority race isn't actually racist, but is simply supporting white racism by helping to keep the white power status-quo.
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#88 Msut77

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Posted 10 March 2014 - 08:55 AM

Ego,

Wasn't it one video? An anecdote in video form , which probably wasn't real anyway.


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 10:33 AM

Please elaborate, Msutt. I posted quite a few videos.

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Posted 10 March 2014 - 09:19 PM

Ego, 

 

The point you missed is you don't use data.


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