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The Witch-king
Oct 16th, 2012, 07:38 PM
http://www.colorlines.com/archives/2012/10/white_students_in_blackface_reenact_chris_brown-rihanna_fight_at_high_school_pep_rally.html :facepalm: this is y i find it hard to fk w yalls pples sumtimes

Dominic
Oct 16th, 2012, 08:00 PM
I don't see how that's racist but it is a very poor taste joke.. I don't know what they were thinking when they imagined that was funny.

Sammo
Oct 16th, 2012, 08:01 PM
I don't see how that's racist but it is a very poor taste joke.. I don't know what they were thinking when they imagined that was funny.

It's not funny but Rihanna and Chris Brown are a joke themselves so :shrug:

Dominic
Oct 16th, 2012, 08:03 PM
It's not funny but Rihanna and Chris Brown are a joke themselves so :shrug:

That they are

Super Dave
Oct 16th, 2012, 08:23 PM
Again, I'm most surprised that this was actually OK'd by the administration. Some people need a wake-up call.

LeRoy.
Oct 16th, 2012, 08:59 PM
Can someone tell me who the thread starter was before the name change ? And how do you find that information ???

delicatecutter
Oct 16th, 2012, 09:05 PM
It's papa_action aka MalcolmX

Sammo
Oct 16th, 2012, 09:19 PM
Can someone tell me who the thread starter was before the name change ? And how do you find that information ???

It's papa_action aka MalcolmX

Ah

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mazdbdbaeI1r9sql1o1_500.gif

That explains it all

LeRoy.
Oct 16th, 2012, 09:47 PM
:oh: Welcome back papa_action aka MalcomX. :oh:

The Witch-king
Oct 17th, 2012, 11:24 AM
It's not funny but Rihanna and Chris Brown are a joke themselves so :shrug:

This is why you are still single, Sammo.

Dominic
Oct 17th, 2012, 06:00 PM
Huh? :confused:

Sammo
Oct 17th, 2012, 06:57 PM
This is why you are still single, Sammo.

I'd rather remain single than date a Chris Brown fan :lol: She'd probably dump me after a couple of weeks because of not beating the crap out of her though.

matthias
Oct 17th, 2012, 06:58 PM
now i know what "white trash" menas

Dominic
Oct 17th, 2012, 08:27 PM
now i know what "white trash" menas

You know you could just call it "trash" I don't think their skin colour has anything to do with their poor taste.

miffedmax
Oct 17th, 2012, 09:51 PM
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_VSjdKAQpeMw/SY0NPXtf-MI/AAAAAAAAFG4/JVuaKsQz1Rw/s400/2uot06a.png

Brother Clayton Bigsby wrote and approved this sketch.

young_gunner913
Oct 17th, 2012, 10:15 PM
now i know what "white trash" menas

Actually no, you still don't. :facepalm: Try looking up a word or phrase before you use it, that usually helps.

Wigglytuff
Oct 18th, 2012, 12:06 AM
Racist, sexist, and offensive.

Black face is not racist, like strapping a dog to the roof of a car for a 12 hour drive is not animal cruelty.

Wigglytuff
Oct 18th, 2012, 12:17 AM
I don't see how that's racist but it is a very poor taste joke.. I don't know what they were thinking when they imagined that was funny.

Google is free. Use it sometimes.


For other uses, see Blackface (disambiguation).


This reproduction of a 1900 William H. West minstrel show poster, originally published by the Strobridge Litho Co., shows the transformation from white to "black".
Blackface is a form of theatrical makeup used in minstrel shows, and later vaudeville, in which performers create a stereotyped caricature of a black person. The practice gained popularity during the 19th century and contributed to the proliferation of stereotypes such as the "happy-go-lucky darky on the plantation" or the "dandified coon".[1] In 1848, blackface minstrel shows were the national art of the time, translating formal art such as opera into popular terms for a general audience.[2] Early in the 20th century, blackface branched off from the minstrel show and became a form in its own right, until it ended in the United States with the U.S. Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.[3]
Blackface was an important performance tradition in the American theater for roughly 100 years beginning around 1830. It quickly became popular overseas, particularly so in Britain, where the tradition lasted longer than in the US, occurring on primetime TV as late as 1978 (The Black and White Minstrel Show)[4] and 1981.[5] In both the United States and Britain, blackface was most commonly used in the minstrel performance tradition, but it predates that tradition, and it survived long past the heyday of the minstrel show. White blackface performers in the past used burnt cork and later greasepaint or shoe polish to blacken their skin and exaggerate their lips, often wearing woolly wigs, gloves, tailcoats, or ragged clothes to complete the transformation. Later, black artists also performed in blackface.

Stereotypes embodied in the stock characters of blackface minstrels not only played a significant role in cementing and proliferating racist images, attitudes and perceptions worldwide, but also in popularizing black culture.[6] In some quarters, the caricatures that were the legacy of blackface persist to the present day and are a cause of ongoing controversy.

By the mid-20th century, changing attitudes about race and racism effectively ended the prominence of blackface makeup used in performance in the U.S. and elsewhere. It remains in relatively limited use as a theatrical device, mostly outside the U.S., and is more commonly used today as social commentary or satire. Perhaps the most enduring effect of blackface is the precedent it established in the introduction of African American culture to an international audience, albeit through a distorted lens.[8][9] Blackface's groundbreaking appropriation,[8][9][10] exploitation, and assimilation[8] of African-American culture—as well as the inter-ethnic artistic collaborations that stemmed from it—were but a prologue to the lucrative packaging, marketing, and dissemination of African-American cultural expression and its myriad derivative forms in today's world popular culture.[9][11][12]

Dominic
Oct 18th, 2012, 12:21 AM
It seems to me like you don't truly know what the word "racist" means, it appears to me like their motivation was just to dressup like Chris Brown and Rihanna and put on a skit of these events, yes it's tasteless and not funny but they didn't say anything derogatory towards black ppl.

Have a look at the definition of "racist" and you will see that you can't know if they're racist based on this

Wigglytuff
Oct 18th, 2012, 03:53 AM
Dressing up in black is in and of itself derogatory towards blacks. That's like saying there is nothing derogatory towards women about pretending to beat women in a crowd of children as entertainment.

And fuck you, I live with racism everyday, and I knew what racism is since my preschool teacher called me a ******. So fuck you.

Dominic
Oct 18th, 2012, 05:02 AM
Why would dressing up as a black person be derogatory!? Do you also think I'm being derogatory when I go to the tanning salon? Do you think I was derogatory when I dressed up as a cuban exotic dancer for halloween one time? Now if I started acting and somehow tried to portray him as a (insert whatever typical prejudice about cubans you want) then it's a different story.

In this case the guy incarnated one person in particular (not an entire race) and they tried to recreate one event in particular, it's not derogatory towards anyone, just of very poor taste and violence is not something I find funny. You can keep your juvenile crap for yourself it doesn't make your point anymore valid.

The Witch-king
Oct 18th, 2012, 05:05 AM
dominic you are so dumb. I wish unabashed stupidity was a permabannable offence on tennis forum. But alas.
This applies to sammo as well btw

P.s. You need to appreciate that not everyone is as flicking ignorant as you. These kids are aware of the historical significance of blackface hence why they chose to adorn themselves with it. Innocent, nonracist people don't feel the need to do this shit Fyi

Dominic
Oct 18th, 2012, 05:56 AM
I think ppl who see racism EVERYWHERE lose all credibility, that's happened with you a LONG time ago. (not mentionning they help actually keep it alive) These kids are morons yes, are they racists? Do they have prejudice against all black ppl? We can't know from the story.

Reptilia
Oct 18th, 2012, 05:59 AM
Can someone tell me who the thread starter was before the name change ? And how do you find that information ???

It's papa_action aka MalcolmX

http://gifs.gifbin.com/3204840swsw.gif

Dominic
Oct 18th, 2012, 06:03 AM
:haha: I know

The Witch-king
Oct 18th, 2012, 07:45 AM
I think ppl who see racism EVERYWHERE lose all credibility, that's happened with you a LONG time ago. (not mentionning they help actually keep it alive) These kids are morons yes, are they racists? Do they have prejudice against all black ppl? We can't know from the story.

Who are you talking about?

And what exactly happened to who "a LONG time ago"? Please speak on it.

Reptilia
Oct 18th, 2012, 08:42 AM
Who are you talking about?

And what exactly happened to who "a LONG time ago"? Please speak on it.

Spare us the bullshit Dama Du Bling :lol: You know exactly what he is trying to say.

Your passive aggressiveness is unbearable.

miffedmax
Oct 18th, 2012, 05:23 PM
If it's not out-and-out racist, it is certainly so racially and historically insensitive as to be tantamount to racism.

Even when I was a kid in the freakin' '60s South, my all-white grade school had "Pioneer Day" when we all came to school dressed as Pioneers and one kid thought she'd be "funny" and come as a slave in blackface. She got sent home.

I'm sorry, but when you are less sensitive to racial issues than an all-white school in the South where the "Whites Only" signs had only been taken down a couple of years previously, you are an
http://www.freefunnyshit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/epic-fail.jpg

Dominic
Oct 19th, 2012, 02:59 AM
If it's not out-and-out racist, it is certainly so racially and historically insensitive as to be tantamount to racism.

Even when I was a kid in the freakin' '60s South, my all-white grade school had "Pioneer Day" when we all came to school dressed as Pioneers and one kid thought she'd be "funny" and come as a slave in blackface. She got sent home.


Interesting, too bad this has absolutely nothing to do with this story since they didn't come as slaves for no appearant reasons, they came as Chris Brown and Rihanna. If I wanna incarnate Chris Brown in a sketch obviously I have to look like him.

To me (and the dictionnary), the only thing that can make someone racist is believing that race accounts for differences in human character or ability, or having prejudice against ppl because of their skin colour. If one wants to start thinking a million things in life can tell you that about a person, that's their own issue.

Wigglytuff
Oct 19th, 2012, 04:52 AM
dominic you are so dumb. I wish unabashed stupidity was a permabannable offence on tennis forum. But alas.
This applies to sammo as well btw

P.s. You need to appreciate that not everyone is as flicking ignorant as you. These kids are aware of the historical significance of blackface hence why they chose to adorn themselves with it. Innocent, nonracist people don't feel the need to do this shit Fyi

Well said.

Wigglytuff
Oct 19th, 2012, 04:56 AM
I think ppl who see racism EVERYWHERE lose all credibility, that's happened with you a LONG time ago. (not mentionning they help actually keep it alive) These kids are morons yes, are they racists? Do they have prejudice against all black ppl? We can't know from the story.

If you had an credibility you would have lost it.

But you should stop, you give stupid people a bad name.

Dominic
Oct 19th, 2012, 05:34 AM
And you fit EXACTLY the profile of those ppl if you think anyone who dresses up as another race is necessarely a racist, and also the profile of an asylum patient but that's another story..

That's alright keep hallucinating racism everywhere, you're gonna be happier that way :rolleyes:

JN
Oct 19th, 2012, 12:04 PM
http://i195.photobucket.com/albums/z225/dongoliano/figures.jpg

As expected. When not banned, TF's resident racial apologist is always on duty. :rolleyes:

Alizé Molik
Oct 19th, 2012, 03:44 PM
Gah! When are people going to learn that even if you aren't doing in the spirit of "blackface" (i.e Jolson-esque minstralling) it is still offensive.

Wigglytuff
Oct 19th, 2012, 04:26 PM
http://i195.photobucket.com/albums/z225/dongoliano/figures.jpg

As expected. When not banned, TF's resident racial apologist is always on duty. :rolleyes:

That tool is exactly what my sig is about. Although to be fair to Ann coulter, he's not as smart as Ann or as logical.

Dominic
Oct 19th, 2012, 04:56 PM
As expected. When not banned, TF's resident racial apologist is always on duty. :rolleyes:

Lol I saw that coming and even knew it was gonna be you :lol: So what is your point? That this is an interesting topic to me? Great I already knew that!! thanks anyway.

Racism is still alive because of the attitude of ppl like you and Wiggly
In your opinion is this movie very racist and offensive to women?
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$uricate
Oct 20th, 2012, 12:11 AM
Oh look, another "Race" battle :yawn:

Racism is not specific to one race.

Cajka
Oct 20th, 2012, 01:20 AM
It's papa_action aka MalcolmX

I liked him when he was TABŁ_SEXY_SHOP.

Edit: He had some other good moments, but it was his peak.

JN
Oct 20th, 2012, 06:25 AM
Lol I saw that coming and even knew it was gonna be you :lol: So what is your point? That this is an interesting topic to me? Great I already knew that!! thanks anyway.

Racism is still alive because of the attitude of ppl like you and Wiggly
In your opinion is this movie very racist and offensive to women?
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You've already proven yourself to be totally incapable of even considering a viewpoint other than your own, so I'll just make this long story shortoff right here.

The Witch-king
Oct 20th, 2012, 11:37 AM
Racism is still alive because of the attitude of ppl like you and Wiggly


Now seriously, do you really think people that criticize behavior for being racist are responsible for racism as opposed to... actual racists?

mykarma
Oct 20th, 2012, 12:40 PM
I don't see how that's racist but it is a very poor taste joke.. I don't know what they were thinking when they imagined that was funny.
With your history not surprised you'd be the first poster in here apologizing for a racist insensitive skit.

mykarma
Oct 20th, 2012, 12:41 PM
You know you could just call it "trash" I don't think their skin colour has anything to do with their poor taste.
Of course not that's just painted their faces black for no reason but understand you'd see it that way since you saw nothing wrong with calling Serena a gorilla/ape.

mykarma
Oct 20th, 2012, 12:53 PM
Why would dressing up as a black person be derogatory!? Do you also think I'm being derogatory when I go to the tanning salon? Do you think I was derogatory when I dressed up as a cuban exotic dancer for halloween one time? Now if I started acting and somehow tried to portray him as a (insert whatever typical prejudice about cubans you want) then it's a different story.

In this case the guy incarnated one person in particular (not an entire race) and they tried to recreate one event in particular, it's not derogatory towards anyone, just of very poor taste and violence is not something I find funny. You can keep your juvenile crap for yourself it doesn't make your point anymore valid.Were you born this ignorant or do you have to practice it on a regular basis. My Gawd this is the 21st century and you're to young to have such ignorant racist beliefs especially considering you're gay.

Dominic
Oct 20th, 2012, 03:29 PM
Were you born this ignorant or do you have to practice it on a regular basis. My Gawd this is the 21st century and you're to young to have such ignorant racist beliefs especially considering you're gay.

Ok are you able to have a serious discussion this time or do you still have the mentality of a 5 year old who can't do anything but post childish attacks that mean absolutely nothing? Cause I have some REAL questions I'm interested in knowing your opinion about.

First question: Do you think someone dressing up as another race than his own is automatically racist? I want a Yes/No answer and why. If your definition of racism is not the one in the dictionary , you're the one who has to justify your attacks.

Dominic
Oct 20th, 2012, 03:46 PM
Now seriously, do you really think people that criticize behavior for being racist are responsible for racism as opposed to... actual racists?

I think ppl seeing racism EVERYWHERE, always accusing ppl of racism when a lot of times, it's not that at all, trying to deduce ppl are racist based on actions that don't actually demonstrate "racism" per say really do help keep it alive yes.
For example if I only had you and Wiggly as examples for black ppl and had bad judgement, I would most likely think that black ppl tend to be whiners and paranoyed. Thank god I have loads of black friends and in years we have never had to talk about our freakin' skin colour because it is a non issue.

I don't know if it's a cultural thing, because Quebec/Montreal is a very multicultural place? But there are very few issues about race here, nobody uses the race card abusively for whenever someone disagrees with them like a few ppl I know here on this forum.. Anyway for me personally, race is something I hardly even notice about a person unless THEY START BRINGING IT IN EVERY DISCUSSION

Dominic
Oct 20th, 2012, 03:48 PM
You've already proven yourself to be totally incapable of even considering a viewpoint other than your own, so I'll just make this long story shortoff right here.

In other words: oops there is no way to answer that without contradicting myself, or opening my mind a little or showing that I have very clear double standrards so I'm gonna shut up :cheer:

Wigglytuff
Oct 20th, 2012, 06:19 PM
For example if I only had you and Wiggly as examples for black ppl and had bad judgement, I would most likely think that black ppl tend to be whiners and paranoyed.

For example, judging an entire race of people based on what you think, but actually know nothing about, TWO people, is in fact exactly what racists do. In fact, it's something that someone who is not racist would never even consider.

Wigglytuff
Oct 20th, 2012, 06:23 PM
Thank god I have loads of black friends and in years we have never had to talk about our freakin' skin colour because it is a non issue.


Translation:

racism is dead, it died when MLK walked on a bridge and freed the slaves. Now we have a socialist Kenyan president who is not an American andf if anyone mentions race they are a reverse racist (while racism is dead, reverse racism is alive and well.)

Wigglytuff
Oct 20th, 2012, 06:36 PM
Were you born this ignorant or do you have to practice it on a regular basis. My Gawd this is the 21st century and you're to young to have such ignorant racist beliefs especially considering you're gay.

There is something very telling about white people telling anyone of color, not "I disagree, I don't see how such is racist" but "I know more about racism than you ever could and if say this is an example of racism you are stupid, paranoid, have bad judgement, and are always wrong about anything having to do with race.".

The first one is a reasonable person with a different opinion. The second one, let's call him Dominic, is an idiot who gives racists and people with low iq a bad name.

I can see why one would think that facing an "ism" yourself might make the town idiot less or even not racist, but mykarma, some people react to these things not with humane empathy, but with a desire to blame and attack others. In this case it's brown folk. (notice if you will how in this entire thread the only positive things he has said about anyone who is not white is that some "keep their mouths shut and never mention race because it's a non issue" and despite that some white posters also see this as racist he hasn't one bad thing about *them* either.

Very telling.

JN
Oct 20th, 2012, 06:49 PM
I think ppl seeing racism EVERYWHERE, always accusing ppl of racism when a lot of times, it's not that at all, trying to deduce ppl are racist based on actions that don't actually demonstrate "racism" per say really do help keep it alive yes.
For example if I only had you and Wiggly as examples for black ppl and had bad judgement, I would most likely think that black ppl tend to be whiners and paranoyed. Thank god I have loads of black friends and in years we have never had to talk about our freakin' skin colour because it is a non issue.

I don't know if it's a cultural thing, because Quebec/Montreal is a very multicultural place? But there are very few issues about race here, nobody uses the race card abusively for whenever someone disagrees with them like a few ppl I know here on this forum.. Anyway for me personally, race is something I hardly even notice about a person unless THEY START BRINGING IT IN EVERY DISCUSSION

:spit::haha::happy:

SilverSlam
Oct 20th, 2012, 07:31 PM
For example, judging an entire race of people based on what you think, but actually know nothing about, TWO people, is in fact exactly what racists do. In fact, it's something that someone who is not racist would never even consider.

So when people call Siberian Siren Siberian Stormfront they're racist?

Thankyou for clearing up this issue for me. :)

The Witch-king
Oct 20th, 2012, 10:01 PM
I think ppl seeing racism EVERYWHERE, always accusing ppl of racism when a lot of times, it's not that at all, trying to deduce ppl are racist based on actions that don't actually demonstrate "racism" per say really do help keep it alive yes.
For example if I only had you and Wiggly as examples for black ppl and had bad judgement, I would most likely think that black ppl tend to be whiners and paranoyed. Thank god I have loads of black friends and in years we have never had to talk about our freakin' skin colour because it is a non issue.

I don't know if it's a cultural thing, because Quebec/Montreal is a very multicultural place? But there are very few issues about race here, nobody uses the race card abusively for whenever someone disagrees with them like a few ppl I know here on this forum.. Anyway for me personally, race is something I hardly even notice about a person unless THEY START BRINGING IT IN EVERY DISCUSSION
OK I'm way too tired for this nonsense.

This is part of a broader problem wiht people like you (and there are a lot on this forum) with projecting your narrow/stereotyped perceptions about certain people (in this case militant black people) on the people you have discussions with on this forum. FYI I am not actually militant and I don't bring race into every discussion.

So when you start making these generalizations about me in an attempt to prove what ever flimsy point it is you have I just :rolleyes: You need to find another angle to come at us besides "you are obsessed with race" because if you actually knew me beyond a couple threads in non-tennis you would know how basic you sound.

Dominic
Oct 20th, 2012, 11:32 PM
This is part of a broader problem wiht people like you (and there are a lot on this forum) with projecting your narrow/stereotyped perceptions about certain people (in this case militant black people) on the people you have discussions with on this forum. FYI I am not actually militant and I don't bring race into every discussion.

So when you start making these generalizations about me in an attempt to prove what ever flimsy point it is you have I just :rolleyes: You need to find another angle to come at us besides "you are obsessed with race" because if you actually knew me beyond a couple threads in non-tennis you would know how basic you sound.

I never projected anything, I said YOU and WIGGLY that's only 2 ppl, I'm 100% sure there are tons of black militant ppl who don't abusively accuse ppl of racism based on air.

That being said, all I know about you is what you post on this forum and YES it is quite often about race or accusing ppl of racism. What else do you want me to think about you :lol: (not that I'm interested)

Dominic
Oct 20th, 2012, 11:35 PM
For example, judging an entire race of people based on what you think, but actually know nothing about, TWO people, is in fact exactly what racists do. In fact, it's something that someone who is not racist would never even consider.

Hmm can you read you retard? I just said I don't judge other ppl based on idiots like you. I'm aware that there aren't only paranoyed agressive close-minded weirdos on the planet, thank god.

Dominic
Oct 20th, 2012, 11:42 PM
Translation:

racism is dead, it died when MLK walked on a bridge and freed the slaves. Now we have a socialist Kenyan president who is not an American andf if anyone mentions race they are a reverse racist (while racism is dead, reverse racism is alive and well.)

:weirdo: can you stop trying to translate what ppl say or think? That is exactly what you do that makes you a gigantic FAIL at this and makes you completely paranoyed about racism. Can you actually read what I write and answer it and nothing else instead of trying to guess what I (or any other person you think is a racist, which is pretty much the entire planet) think.

I don't think racism is dead who said that?!? :weirdo: In fact I already said I think it's alive because of the attitude of ppl like you IN THIS VERY THREAD. How dumb can you get?

I do think reverse racism is very much alive too and it's more accepted than racism. I even have a great example from this forum if you need receipts.

Dominic
Oct 20th, 2012, 11:53 PM
There is something very telling about white people telling anyone of color, not "I disagree, I don't see how such is racist" but "I know more about racism than you ever could and if say this is an example of racism you are stupid, paranoid, have bad judgement, and are always wrong about anything having to do with race.".


Wow absolutely NONE of your giant BS post made sense but I will say this, Everything I said about racism is in agreement with the actual real definition of "racism" in the dictionary, (DEFINITELY not all of what you said is) it's when you start extrapoling, guessing and making judgements that I don't agree with you.

You know if your own definition of a word is not the same as the one in the dictionary, YES I can safely tell you that you are WRONG, even if I'm white, believe it or not :eek:

Here it is just to help you have a better judgement in the future honey (miracles are possible)

1. The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others.
2. Discrimination or prejudice based on race.

THAT IS ALL

Oh look at that dressing up as a celebrity of another race is not there :eek: Not to say that these kids are not racists, but to generalize and say that they necessarely are is wrong.

Wigglytuff
Oct 21st, 2012, 12:17 AM
Wow absolutely NONE of your giant BS post made sense

I didn't expect you to understand. That was written at a forth grade reading level, so of course it's over your head. :wavey:

Wigglytuff
Oct 21st, 2012, 12:21 AM
OK I'm way too tired for this nonsense.

This is part of a broader problem wiht people like you (and there are a lot on this forum) with projecting your narrow/stereotyped perceptions about certain people (in this case militant black people) on the people you have discussions with on this forum. FYI I am not actually militant and I don't bring race into every discussion.

So when you start making these generalizations about me in an attempt to prove what ever flimsy point it is you have I just :rolleyes: You need to find another angle to come at us besides "you are obsessed with race" because if you actually knew me beyond a couple threads in non-tennis you would know how basic you sound.

Please he would not know a black militant if one bitchslapped with a dead fish.

JN
Oct 21st, 2012, 12:52 AM
Please he would not know a black militant if one bitchslapped with a dead fish.

I'm sure plantman will help him out, now that he's become the go to authority on the New Black Panther Party.http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-ash4/372775_287966966206_2014986738_q.jpg

Dominic
Oct 21st, 2012, 11:22 PM
I didn't expect you to understand. That was written at a forth grade reading level, so of course it's over your head.

Hmm appearantly you're the one who doesn't unerstand/ can't read dummy, as I didn't say I didn't understand I said it was BS and didn't make sense. I did understand what you were trying to say, it was just illogical and idiotic, your usual crap that you get out of your ass and try to make it pass for the reality.

I seriously think this kind of discussion is unfortunate cause this is a topic that interests me and I really would like having real discussions with ppl like you about it and sharing different opinions but you get sooo agressive so fast and are impossibly close minded you're not even open having an actual discussion, you're unable to really answer my questions, all you do is try to guess what ppl think, why they act how they do and throw some insignificant insults... The absolute worst attitude possible for someone who wants to fight racism.

Cajka
Oct 22nd, 2012, 05:07 AM
I seriously think this kind of discussion is unfortunate cause this is a topic that interests me and I really would like having real discussions with ppl like you about it and sharing different opinions but you get sooo agressive

OK. I'm not aggressive or oversensitive about this issue, so let's put it simple. Mocking someone behavior is not an issue here. As you noticed it yourself, that joke was in a very poor taste however. But... With that idiotic make-up, it's not only their behavior that was mocked, they were also suggesting that this behavior can be linked only to certain people with a certain skin color. This was a textbook example of generalization and prejudices. And if you read the whole article, you could've seen that this is not an isolated incident, that the school has an history of similar "performances". Imagine black people painting their faces white to make a similar "performance". Wouldn't you feel that it's disrespectful?

Just like you can see people slant their eyes to look like Asians, isn't that ridiculous and disrespectful?

Dominic
Oct 22nd, 2012, 09:05 PM
OK. I'm not aggressive or oversensitive about this issue, so let's put it simple. Mocking someone behavior is not an issue here. As you noticed it yourself, that joke was in a very poor taste however. But... With that idiotic make-up, it's not only their behavior that was mocked, they were also suggesting that this behavior can be linked only to certain people with a certain skin color. This was a textbook example of generalization and prejudices. And if you read the whole article, you could've seen that this is not an isolated incident, that the school has an history of similar "performances". Imagine black people painting their faces white to make a similar "performance". Wouldn't you feel that it's disrespectful?

Just like you can see people slant their eyes to look like Asians, isn't that ridiculous and disrespectful?

Hmm I'm not saying these kids were absolutely not racists, I'm saying that generalizing (generalizing is ALWAYS wrong btw, in whatever situation) and saying that everyone who would dress up as another race necessarely does it because they're a racist is wrong. Like I said before I once dressed up as a cuban/latin exotic dancer for a party and I have never in my life met a latino I disliked. :confused:

Maybe that can be true sometimes, but especially in that case, they were incarnating 2 actual person in particular, Chris Brown and Rihanna so to say that they were trying to represent an entire race by doing that is doubtful (not impossible but not necessarely 100% fact)

If black ppl painted their faces white to incarnate 2 celebrities and a specific event no I wouldn't feel it is disrespectful I would just feel they were making an impression of these 2 persons.

Yes I do think ppl who slant their eyes to look asian are ridiculous but can I call them racists because of that? Do I know for sure that they have prejudice against asians? No I don't think so.

Dominic
Oct 22nd, 2012, 09:10 PM
BTW the retarded trio (Papa whatever, Wiggly and JN) should really take example on Cajka, as opposed to you, she was well raised and knows how to have a discussion and actually had some real arguments behind her ideas

dybbuk
Oct 22nd, 2012, 09:19 PM
There is no history of people painting their faces white to mock white people. So that comparison is moot, there's simply nothing comparable that has ever been aimed at white people.

There is a long, horrid history of people painting their faces black to mock black people. White people have been dressing up as caricatures of black people to dehumanize them since they first came into contact with them. Is there POSSIBLY a chance a white person could paint their face black NOT KNOWING about this history at all? Maybe. But it's not a black person's job to sit down and have a reasonable discussion about the motives behind someone dressing up in a way that has for hundreds of years been used to make black people feel inferior. That is the white person's job to educate themselves about racial dynamics in a country with so many other cultures and peoples all around them. To say a black person shouldn't get offended and should look at it from the white person's perspective? Get out. It's not a black person's job to calmly educate every single ignorant white person who is knowingly or unknowingly doing something horribly racist.

JN
Oct 22nd, 2012, 09:26 PM
BTW the retarded trio (Papa whatever, Wiggly and JN) should really take example on Cajka, as opposed to you, she was well raised and knows how to have a discussion and actually had some real arguments behind her ideas

Says the often-banned one. :haha:


There is no history of people painting their faces white to mock white people. So that comparison is moot, there's simply nothing comparable that has ever been aimed at white people.

There is a long, horrid history of people painting their faces black to mock black people. White people have been dressing up as caricatures of black people to dehumanize them since they first came into contact with them. Is there POSSIBLY a chance a white person could paint their face black NOT KNOWING about this history at all? Maybe. But it's not a black person's job to sit down and have a reasonable discussion about the motives behind someone dressing up in a way that has for hundreds of years been used to make black people feel inferior. That is the white person's job to educate themselves about racial dynamics in a country with so many other cultures and peoples all around them. To say a black person shouldn't get offended and should look at it from the white person's perspective? Get out. It's not a black person's job to calmly educate every single ignorant white person who is knowingly or unknowingly doing something horribly racist.

:worship::worship::worship:

Cajka
Oct 22nd, 2012, 10:49 PM
There is no history of people painting their faces white to mock white people. So that comparison is moot, there's simply nothing comparable that has ever been aimed at white people.


Even if this incident was isolated, even if there was no history of black face, it would still be disrespectful. Is it impossible to mock Chris Brown without painting your face? The fact that there's a history of mocking black ppl that way only makes it look even worse.

Like I said before I once dressed up as a cuban/latin exotic dancer for a party and I have never in my life met a latino I disliked. :confused:

It's different. It's one thing to slant your eyes to mock Asians and it's completely different to wear kimono, that's disrespectful. But, obviously wearing a kimono is not a problem.

Dominic
Oct 22nd, 2012, 11:25 PM
There is no history of people painting their faces white to mock white people. So that comparison is moot, there's simply nothing comparable that has ever been aimed at white people.

There is a long, horrid history of people painting their faces black to mock black people. White people have been dressing up as caricatures of black people to dehumanize them since they first came into contact with them. Is there POSSIBLY a chance a white person could paint their face black NOT KNOWING about this history at all? Maybe. But it's not a black person's job to sit down and have a reasonable discussion about the motives behind someone dressing up in a way that has for hundreds of years been used to make black people feel inferior. That is the white person's job to educate themselves about racial dynamics in a country with so many other cultures and peoples all around them. To say a black person shouldn't get offended and should look at it from the white person's perspective? Get out. It's not a black person's job to calmly educate every single ignorant white person who is knowingly or unknowingly doing something horribly racist.

Hmm this is where we TOTALLY disagree, if you're the one who's doing the asssumptions and interpretation that someone is a racist because they did something that has been done by ppl that were racists before, you're the one living with that problem.

I (or anyone) don't jave a "job" towards anyone or don't owe anyone anything. My only "job" (that I impose myself) is to be nice and respectful to persons who act the same way towards me. (regardless of their skin colour, sex, age, sexual orientation, etc.) I'm not gonna start making research just in case someone oversensitive sees a resemblance between something I do/say and something someone else (who was racist) did hundreds of years ago. That, to an extreme point can be called paranoia and it's the person's job to cure it or live with it. You know, nobody on this forum was there when there was slavery, nobody has anything to do with it, and nobody agrees with it.

Let's face it loads of things can have racist connotations, just on this forum, I learnt like 3 and tons of ppl also mentionned that they had no idea, including some black americans. So maybe it would be a good idea to judge each individual on who they actually are and what they actually say instead trying to extrapolate and associate them with historical events or ppl. Everyone is different.

wayitis
Oct 23rd, 2012, 02:22 PM
There is no history of people painting their faces white to mock white people. So that comparison is moot, there's simply nothing comparable that has ever been aimed at white people.

There is a long, horrid history of people painting their faces black to mock black people. White people have been dressing up as caricatures of black people to dehumanize them since they first came into contact with them. Is there POSSIBLY a chance a white person could paint their face black NOT KNOWING about this history at all? Maybe. But it's not a black person's job to sit down and have a reasonable discussion about the motives behind someone dressing up in a way that has for hundreds of years been used to make black people feel inferior. That is the white person's job to educate themselves about racial dynamics in a country with so many other cultures and peoples all around them. To say a black person shouldn't get offended and should look at it from the white person's perspective? Get out. It's not a black person's job to calmly educate every single ignorant white person who is knowingly or unknowingly doing something horribly racist.

you have to point it out though, because a lot of people are just too insular and ignorant of other people's realities... you may not win the war but you will sure win a few battles if you inform the perpetrators that their actions carry consequences that may have been unintended... only by educating you can start eradicating those acts, because then, people cannot claim ignorance to justify them... if after knowledge they still resort to doing the same thing, then it will reflect on their unfortunate upbringing. Racism is environmentally learned behaviour, education and knowledge can tip the scales towards a more balanced society... Just by pointing out how unacceptable this act is, you have taught to a multitude of posters in this board something they probably did not previously know...

The Witch-king
Oct 23rd, 2012, 02:27 PM
BTW the retarded trio (Papa whatever, Wiggly and JN) should really take example on Cajka, as opposed to you, she was well raised and knows how to have a discussion and actually had some real arguments behind her ideas

:spit:

Like you're any better.

You're the same person that said this:
I would most likely think that black ppl tend to be whiners and paranoyed. Thank god I have loads of black friends and in years we have never had to talk about our freakin' skin colour because it is a non issue.
And you want to talk about a lack of real arguments?:help:

The Witch-king
Oct 23rd, 2012, 02:32 PM
Hmm this is where we TOTALLY disagree, if you're the one who's doing the asssumptions and interpretation that someone is a racist because they did something that has been done by ppl that were racists before, you're the one living with that problem.

I (or anyone) don't jave a "job" towards anyone or don't owe anyone anything. My only "job" (that I impose myself) is to be nice and respectful to persons who act the same way towards me. (regardless of their skin colour, sex, age, sexual orientation, etc.) I'm not gonna start making research just in case someone oversensitive sees a resemblance between something I do/say and something someone else (who was racist) did hundreds of years ago. That, to an extreme point can be called paranoia and it's the person's job to cure it or live with it. You know, nobody on this forum was there when there was slavery, nobody has anything to do with it, and nobody agrees with it.

Let's face it loads of things can have racist connotations, just on this forum, I learnt like 3 and tons of ppl also mentionned that they had no idea, including some black americans. So maybe it would be a good idea to judge each individual on who they actually are and what they actually say instead trying to extrapolate and associate them with historical events or ppl. Everyone is different.
It's your job not to be an ignoramus. Hence why you, presumably, go to school and read and engage people. I've never seen as many people practically bragging about how little they know about history, culture and race relations in their own countries (yes, despite your little friends for whom race is a "non issue", being black does have it's connotations in Canada). It's quite sad :awww:

And I would imagine that being nice and respectful would include not doing/saying disrespectful and inconsiderate shit and being sensitive enough not to do or condone them (kinda like you've been doing in this thread). So maybe you need to work on that little nice and respectful shtick of yours. I'm jussayin

JN
Oct 23rd, 2012, 02:36 PM
you have to point it out though, because a lot of people are just too insular and ignorant of other people's realities... you may not win the war but you will sure win a few battles if you inform the perpetrators that their actions carry consequences that may have been unintended... only by educating you can start eradicating those acts, because then, people cannot claim ignorance to justify them... if after knowledge they still resort to doing the same thing, then it will reflect on their unfortunate upbringing. Racism is environmentally learned behaviour, education and knowledge can tip the scales towards a more balanced society... Just by pointing out how unacceptable this act is, you have taught to a multitude of posters in this board something they probably did not previously know...

All of this, but especially the bolded part. It becomes willful ignorance if continued after being educated, thus making it a waste of time on anyone's part to try and get through to the afflicted one. They'll just dig their heels in deeper as though their life depends on maintaining the ignorance.

Alizé Molik
Oct 23rd, 2012, 02:52 PM
Says the often-banned one. :haha:




:worship::worship::worship:

That's what I tried to say in an ineloquent way a few pages ago! Well said that man!

The Witch-king
Oct 23rd, 2012, 03:34 PM
That's what I tried to say in an ineloquent way a few pages ago! Well said that man!

did i good rep you for your post? I meant to

mykarma
Oct 23rd, 2012, 04:25 PM
OK. I'm not aggressive or oversensitive about this issue, so let's put it simple. Mocking someone behavior is not an issue here. As you noticed it yourself, that joke was in a very poor taste however. But... With that idiotic make-up, it's not only their behavior that was mocked, they were also suggesting that this behavior can be linked only to certain people with a certain skin color. This was a textbook example of generalization and prejudices. And if you read the whole article, you could've seen that this is not an isolated incident, that the school has an history of similar "performances". Imagine black people painting their faces white to make a similar "performance". Wouldn't you feel that it's disrespectful?

Just like you can see people slant their eyes to look like Asians, isn't that ridiculous and disrespectful?
Can't wait for the spin from Dominic but in case you're not aware of it, there is nothing that Dominic sees as racist against black people. As soon as an article is post about racism against black folks you can count on Dominic being there defending the racist. Don't know if he's that racist or just plain ignorant. Needless to say, it'll probably be a toss her.

mykarma
Oct 23rd, 2012, 04:28 PM
BTW the retarded trio (Papa whatever, Wiggly and JN) should really take example on Cajka, as opposed to you, she was well raised and knows how to have a discussion and actually had some real arguments behind her ideas
To bad the same can't be said for you.

mykarma
Oct 23rd, 2012, 04:33 PM
you have to point it out though, because a lot of people are just too insular and ignorant of other people's realities... you may not win the war but you will sure win a few battles if you inform the perpetrators that their actions carry consequences that may have been unintended... only by educating you can start eradicating those acts, because then, people cannot claim ignorance to justify them... if after knowledge they still resort to doing the same thing, then it will reflect on their unfortunate upbringing. Racism is environmentally learned behaviour, education and knowledge can tip the scales towards a more balanced society... Just by pointing out how unacceptable this act is, you have taught to a multitude of posters in this board something they probably did not previously know...
Then you have the ones like Dominic that's to ignorant to want to learn.

miffedmax
Oct 23rd, 2012, 05:18 PM
This may seem like splitting hairs, but the act is racist.

It does not necessarily follow that the persons committing the act are racist--it is possible (though in my opinion unlikely) that they are

1) IGNORANT of the history of blackface, and how and why it is extremely offensive to blacks in particular, but also to anyone with a knowledge of that history

2) INSENSITIVE to the emotional response of black people in their own school and their community

I have argued in other cases (I remember a long discussion about a foreign commercial being racist, where I argued it was more likely insensitive and ignorant, and I genuinely believe in that case, that it was).

In this case, the mere fact they chose to reenact this particular event leads me to strongly suspect this is not a case of ignorance or insensitivity. But I can see where, given this is the only evidence about the people involved, one might be tempted to give them some sort of benefit of the doubt.

I'm not necessarily agreeing with posters who do. But I understand their point, if only because I think in OTHER cases people from both camps can be too quick to take offense or get defensive over what is more often a misunderstanding than actual animosity.

Cajka
Oct 23rd, 2012, 05:32 PM
In this case, the mere fact they chose to reenact this particular event leads me to strongly suspect this is not a case of ignorance or insensitivity.

This is a very important point. If it was about something else (mocking Rihanna as a singer, mocking her singing, dancing or something else), painting the face would still be rude, unnecessary, insensitive, stupid etc. But in this case, there's no benefit of the doubt. This is an outright racist performance.

miffedmax
Oct 23rd, 2012, 05:41 PM
This is a very important point. If it was about something else (mocking Rihanna as a singer, mocking her singing, dancing or something else), painting the face would still be rude, unnecessary, insensitive, stupid etc. But in this case, there's no benefit of the doubt. This is an outright racist performance.

I think that's a pretty reasonable conclusion.

mykarma
Oct 23rd, 2012, 07:32 PM
This is a very important point. If it was about something else (mocking Rihanna as a singer, mocking her singing, dancing or something else), painting the face would still be rude, unnecessary, insensitive, stupid etc. But in this case, there's no benefit of the doubt. This is an outright racist performance.
Already gave you a good rep and have to spread them around before giving you another rep.

Dominic
Oct 23rd, 2012, 08:57 PM
And you want to talk about a lack of real arguments?:help:

I have already listed many arguments I don't know why you chose that TOTALLY random part :weirdo:

Dominic
Oct 23rd, 2012, 09:15 PM
It's your job not to be an ignoramus. Hence why you, presumably, go to school and read and engage people. I've never seen as many people practically bragging about how little they know about history, culture and race relations in their own countries (yes, despite your little friends for whom race is a "non issue", being black does have it's connotations in Canada). It's quite sad :awww:

And I would imagine that being nice and respectful would include not doing/saying disrespectful and inconsiderate shit and being sensitive enough not to do or condone them (kinda like you've been doing in this thread). So maybe you need to work on that little nice and respectful shtick of yours. I'm jussayin

Hmm no it's not my job, I go to school because I want to and I study nutrition, I have absolutely no interest in studying history, I'm not gonna deny it. It's nobody's "job" to study anything, unless they're paid for it. And I don't care about culture and race relations because to me, every single person on this planet is different, so I'm not gonna treat someone differently because they're black, white or latino. And if EVERY single person had always acted that way, "racism" would have never existed I hope you realize that.

It's when you implement barriers and taboos and "oh black ppl this, black ppl that, can't act this way around black ppl, can't say that, who knows it might offend someone blah blah etc." that you really help seperate the cultures and races even more and that IMO partly helps keep racism alive.

I've never condoned what those kids did, you should go back and read. I've always said it was of very poor taste because of the violence, but I don't see anything racist about dressing up as 2 celebrities.

Dominic
Oct 23rd, 2012, 09:19 PM
To bad the same can't be said for you.

I've had reasonable conversation in this very thread honey, I'm just not gonna waste my time trying to talk to a braindead moron like you, you have already proven multiple times that all you wanna do is fight and throw insults. So you can sit on it and rotate.

mykarma
Oct 23rd, 2012, 10:02 PM
I've had reasonable conversation in this very thread honey, I'm just not gonna waste my time trying to talk to a braindead moron
like you, you have already proven multiple times that all you wanna do is fight and throw insults. So you can sit on it and rotate.
This post proves my point. :lol::lol::lol:

http://www.tennisforum.com/showpost.php?p=22362039&postcount=63

Cajka
Oct 23rd, 2012, 10:11 PM
I've never condoned what those kids did, you should go back and read. I've always said it was of very poor taste because of the violence, but I don't see anything racist about dressing up as 2 celebrities.

I'm sorry, but I must say that it's naive to think that it's just random that they reenact the scene of domestic violence dressed up as black people, especially knowing that the 90% of students are white + knowing that the school has an history of similar performances. too many coincidences.

The saddest part is that they performed it in front of their teachers and parents, who were applauding and laughing at the scene of a black woman being beaten up. That's the most disturbing part. Racism, sexism and violence in front of parents and teachers and they all laugh.

JN
Oct 23rd, 2012, 10:29 PM
I've had reasonable conversation in this very thread honey, I'm just not gonna waste my time trying to talk to a braindead moron like you, you have already proven multiple times that all you wanna do is fight and throw insults. So you can sit on it and rotate.

Nope, that wasn't at all childish and mean spirited. http://img40.imageshack.us/img40/2024/sarcasmoff.gif

Dominic
Oct 23rd, 2012, 11:35 PM
Nope, that wasn't at all childish and mean spirited. http://img40.imageshack.us/img40/2024/sarcasmoff.gif

Childish no cause it's the reality, that thing has no interest in actually discussing this with me, and mean spirited sure, like I said before in this very thread, I'm nice and respectful to ppl who are worthy (act the same towards me) which obviously doesn't include jerks like you :lol:

Dominic
Oct 23rd, 2012, 11:38 PM
This post proves my point. :lol::lol::lol:


Oh you had a point that I was rude to jackasses? I must have missed that post :lol:

Dominic
Oct 23rd, 2012, 11:47 PM
I'm sorry, but I must say that it's naive to think that it's just random that they reenact the scene of domestic violence dressed up as black people, especially knowing that the 90% of students are white + knowing that the school has an history of similar performances. too many coincidences.

The saddest part is that they performed it in front of their teachers and parents, who were applauding and laughing at the scene of a black woman being beaten up. That's the most disturbing part. Racism, sexism and violence in front of parents and teachers and they all laugh.

Anyway we will always disagree about the "racism" part cause to me they just dressed up as 2 celebrities who happened to be black. Maybe the point was to mock and ridicule Chris Brown and show him as a violent douche, which he is. But now "sexism" so you think because they put together a skit that includes a woman being beat up, those kids (including the girl) think of women as an inferior sex to men?? How did you figure that?

mykarma
Oct 23rd, 2012, 11:51 PM
Oh you had a point that I was rude to jackasses? I must have missed that post :lol:
No the point was that you don't have any home training and the jackass is the person that birthed you.

Wigglytuff
Oct 23rd, 2012, 11:58 PM
Anyway we will always disagree about the "racism" part cause to me they just dressed up as 2 celebrities who happened to be black. Maybe the point was to mock and ridicule Chris Brown and show him as a violent douche, which he is. But now "sexism" so you think because they put together a skit that includes a woman being beat up, those kids (including the girl) think of women as an inferior sex to men?? How did you figure that?

Wow. Laughing about a real woman being domestically abused is not sexist?

Dominic
Oct 23rd, 2012, 11:58 PM
No the point was that you don't have any home training and the jackass is the person that birthed you.

It is not lacking home training to put a worthless piece of trash like you in its place honey, it is the right behavior :wavey:

Wigglytuff
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:03 AM
No the point was that you don't have any home training and the jackass is the person that birthed you.

Dude we are dealing with someone who thinks domestic violence as "comedy" is not sexist, and black face is not racist. And presumably that strapping a dog on the roof for a 12 hour drive is not animal cruelty.

I know there are some bad parents out there but I just don't think you can blame the parents for someone that stupid. That kind of stupid doesn't just happen, that's something that he worked at for years. Being that stupid is a skill in and of itself.

I would hope that their parents would be horrified and ashamed at how their child is embrassing them right now. I just can't believe that any but the worst parents would allow this kind of to happen willingly.

Dominic
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:03 AM
Wow. Laughing about a real woman being domestically abused is not sexist?

Wow, like I said, go buy yourself some judgement, first of all they were laughing at a skit not an actual woman being beaten, do you seriously think those ppl all laughed when they heard what Chris Brown did to Rihanna in the news? And no it doesn't mean they all think women are an inferior sex, it just means they have some very poor humor and think violence can be used to get laughters. (and unfortunately enough it does, very often)

Dominic
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:06 AM
And presumably

:haha: yes we know you are GREAT at that :haha:

Wigglytuff
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:12 AM
Wow, like I said, go buy yourself some judgement, first of all they were laughing at a skit not an actual woman being beaten, do you seriously think those ppl all laughed when they heard what Chris Brown did to Rihanna in the news? And no it doesn't mean they all think women are an inferior sex, it just means they have some very poor humor and think violence can be used to get laughters. (and unfortunately enough it does, very often)

Right because no one ever finds actual violence funny. It's never happened in all of human history. http://thinkingsociology.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/race_lynching.jpg

Oh wait no, only an idiot would think that. Because the evidence tells a very different story.

JN
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:18 AM
Childish no cause it's the reality, that thing has no interest in actually discussing this with me, and mean spirited sure, like I said before in this very thread, I'm nice and respectful to ppl who are worthy (act the same towards me) which obviously doesn't include jerks like you :lol:

Yup, just keep changing the rules as you roll along getting pwned. :drive::help:

Dominic
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:18 AM
@ Wiggly
Ok so you think ppl laughing at a skit that includes violence would AUTOMATICALLY think actual real violence is funny!? STOP ASSUMING AND MAKING RIDICULOUS LINKS EVERYWHERE! That is where you are one gigantic fail you f***ing idiot.

I would classify the ppl laughing at a skit like that as having poor taste and I would classify the latter ones as being sick. There is a difference dumbo.

Dominic
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:21 AM
Yup, just keep changing the rules as you roll along getting pwned. :drive::help:

Yes except that I have repeated on this forum about a zillion times the EXACT same thing you idiot :lol: I treat ppl like they treat me. It's not my fault if you are a raving senile old bag.

mykarma
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:32 AM
Yup, just keep changing the rules as you roll along getting pwned. :drive::help:
I've come to the conclusion that Dominic is mentally challenged and the longer that brain tries to function the sooner it's going to be when he makes another racist comment and gets banned. In the mean time I'll just check back and see how long it takes because dealing with someone mentally challenged isn't much fun imo. BTW, that idiot is back on my ignore list.

$uricate
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:37 AM
I've come to the conclusion that Dominic is mentally challenged and the longer that brain tries to function the sooner it's going to be when he makes another racist comment and gets banned. In the mean time I'll just check back and see how long it takes because dealing with someone mentally challenged isn't much fun imo. BTW, that idiot is back on my ignore list.

Why not just put him on your ignore list then? :rolleyes:

Stop courting the drama.

And FYI you are making fun of mentally challenged people in that post.


Oh the hypocrisy :spit:




Can't have it both ways bb.

Dominic
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:41 AM
:haha: well that's mykarma for you, absolutely no actual substance or thought whatsoever behind any of its post, just some totally random insults it picked out in its list of insults, to the point where it can contradict or be in conflift with whatever it said before. :lol:

JN
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:44 AM
I've come to the conclusion that Dominic is mentally challenged and the longer that brain tries to function the sooner it's going to be when he makes another racist comment and gets banned. In the mean time I'll just check back and see how long it takes because dealing with someone mentally challenged isn't much fun imo. BTW, that idiot is back on my ignore list.

This must be how it feels for a cat to play with yarn or a stunned mouse. :lol:

Sweety Darling
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:45 AM
I've come to the conclusion that Dominic is mentally challenged and the longer that brain tries to function the sooner it's going to be when he makes another racist comment and gets banned. In the mean time I'll just check back and see how long it takes because dealing with someone mentally challenged isn't much fun imo. BTW, that idiot is back on my ignore list.
Being mentally challenged (like Dominic clearly is) does not make him a racist person. Otherwise 95% of the forum members - including you judging by this post - would spread similar crap around.

mykarma
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:57 AM
Why not just put him on your ignore list then? :rolleyes:

Stop courting the drama.

And FYI you are making fun of mentally challenged people in that post.


Oh the hypocrisy :spit:




Can't have it both ways bb.
If you read my post you'd see that I said I was putting him on ignore which is what I did. NEXT!!!

mykarma
Oct 24th, 2012, 12:59 AM
Being mentally challenged (like Dominic clearly is) does not make him a racist person. Otherwise 95% of the forum members - including you judging by this post - would spread similar crap around.
No but when a person gets banned for making racist remarks it does.

Wigglytuff
Oct 24th, 2012, 01:42 AM
Being mentally challenged (like Dominic clearly is) does not make him a racist person. Otherwise 95% of the forum members - including you judging by this post - would spread similar crap around.

Oh I don't think he is a racist. He's way too ignorant. And that's including that racists are usually quite ignorant. I just don't think he has the mental capacity.

Wigglytuff
Oct 24th, 2012, 01:47 AM
I've come to the conclusion that Dominic is mentally challenged and the longer that brain tries to function the sooner it's going to be when he makes another racist comment and gets banned. In the mean time I'll just check back and see how long it takes because dealing with someone mentally challenged isn't much fun imo. BTW, that idiot is back on my ignore list.

I don't think he has a disability, he has chosen his path.

Dominic
Oct 24th, 2012, 02:36 AM
I don't think he has a disability, he has chosen his path.

It's hilarious how you keep coming to me with attempts at serious points and arguments (usually stuff you assume about ppl and completely illogical links you try to make) and then when I reply and demonstrate why your arguments are invalid, irrelevant, not applicable to the present topic, out of context, basically expose your BS, instead of discussing you always come back with this kind of meaningless bitter juvenile crap. :haha: I'm sorry if I hurt you by showing you are one big fail on legs, but you know there is hope honey, there are classes you could take on logical thinking and developing an actual judgement, of course with you it would take decades to develop something as good as let's say, my dog's poo but there is still hope :cheer:

$uricate
Oct 24th, 2012, 02:48 AM
Oh I don't think he is a racist. He's way too ignorant. And that's including that racists are usually quite ignorant. I just don't think he has the mental capacity.

The funny thing is you are now disregarding the whole topic of this argument and replacing it with a different argument entirely.

I wonder why?

So now it's not Racism?

Ever heard of a straw man?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Straw_man

Usually implemented when the original position fails.

mykarma
Oct 24th, 2012, 03:07 AM
I don't think he has a disability, he has chosen his path.
To each his own.

JN
Oct 24th, 2012, 03:16 AM
It's hilarious how you keep coming to me with attempts at serious points and arguments (usually stuff you assume about ppl and completely illogical links you try to make) and then when I reply and demonstrate why your arguments are invalid, irrelevant, not applicable to the present topic, out of context, basically expose your BS, instead of discussing you always come back with this kind of meaningless bitter juvenile crap. :haha: I'm sorry if I hurt you by showing you are one big fail on legs, but you know there is hope honey, there are classes you could take on logical thinking and developing an actual judgement, of course with you it would take decades to develop something as good as let's say, my dog's poo but there is still hope :cheer:

What a load! :rolleyes: One minute you're calling Black females gorillas then the next you're constructing posts like you've spent years behind bars reading the dictionary... using all the right words, but putting then together like a toddler with an advanced crossword puzzle. Give it a rest, poseur, your reputation around here has been signed, sealed, and delivered to the vault. You will forever be the willfully ignorant, racist twat you've been pegged as by most here with the ability to recognize it. Peace out, David Duke. http://imageshack.us/a/img19/2434/dancekkk.gif

delicatecutter
Oct 24th, 2012, 03:19 AM
LMAO. This thread needs to be closed STAT.

Reptilia
Oct 24th, 2012, 03:23 AM
Seriously :hysteric:

Dominic
Oct 24th, 2012, 04:08 AM
Give it a rest, poseur, your reputation around here has been signed, sealed, and delivered to the vault. You will forever be the willfully ignorant, racist twat you've been pegged as by most here with the ability to recognize it.

Hmm by ppl like you mykarma and wiggly boo hoo, all proven douches who have no judgement in any form or shape and the mentality of a 10 year old (yes that is not very nice to ten year olds sorry :[ ) and no logical thinking skills whatsoever. You're right I should take that seriously :lol: :haha:

Sweety Darling
Oct 24th, 2012, 09:41 AM
No but when a person gets banned for making racist remarks it does.

Right. So your point about all mentally challenged people being racist is VOID.

Cajka
Oct 24th, 2012, 11:47 AM
But now "sexism" so you think because they put together a skit that includes a woman being beat up, those kids (including the girl) think of women as an inferior sex to men?? How did you figure that?

Well, they think it's funny that a woman is beaten up.

LMAO. This thread needs to be closed STAT.

Yes.

Thiudans
Oct 24th, 2012, 01:47 PM
Oh and Dominic, I was waiting for you and your tired, confused brain to return the rep i sent (mistakenly good (allegedly) :/ but you got the message). I'm not even sure how to describe you. You are racist, so obviously racist (you've made enough disgusting comments for that to be plain to everybody and you then jump at ANY accusation of racism to defend those accused). How can this kind of behaviour fulfil your life? What is actually wrong with you?

mykarma
Oct 24th, 2012, 06:16 PM
Right. So your point about all mentally challenged people being racist is VOID.
Where the hell did I say any such thing especially since my post was specifically about Dominic. Try again why don't you.

mykarma
Oct 24th, 2012, 06:19 PM
Oh and Dominic, I was waiting for you and your tired, confused brain to return the rep i sent (mistakenly good (allegedly) :/ but you got the message). I'm not even sure how to describe you. You are racist, so obviously racist (you've made enough disgusting comments for that to be plain to everybody and you then jump at ANY accusation of racism to defend those accused). How can this kind of behaviour fulfil your life? What is actually wrong with you?
Thank you and it makes you wonder about the people that continue to defend him.

Sweety Darling
Oct 24th, 2012, 06:53 PM
Where the hell did I say any such thing especially since my post was specifically about Dominic. Try again why don't you.

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I've come to the conclusion that Dominic is mentally challenged and the longer that brain tries to function the sooner it's going to be when he makes another racist comment and gets banned. In the mean time I'll just check back and see how long it takes because dealing with someone mentally challenged isn't much fun imo. BTW, that idiot is back on my ignore list.

You alluded to ALL people you describe as 'mentally challenged' as also potentially racist, not just Dominic. You are pig ignorant and now you're trying to back peddle. It seems you're the one whose mentally challenged after all.

mykarma
Oct 24th, 2012, 07:15 PM
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You alluded to ALL people you describe as 'mentally challenged' as also potentially racist, not just Dominic. You are pig ignorant and now you're trying to back peddle. It seems you're the one whose mentally challenged after all.
You're a damn idiot and I didn't allude to anything or anyone. I said Dominic which is who I meant but to make your point you neglected to bold his name. Anyone with an ounce of reading comprehension can see that. :help: