Andras

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  1. Vogelgryff liked a post in a topic by Andras in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   

    I'll take Bill Clinton quotes for 1000, Alex.
  2. Vogelgryff liked a post in a topic by Andras in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   

    I'll take Bill Clinton quotes for 1000, Alex.
  3. clownorg liked a post in a topic by Andras in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   
    I have no intention to bring politics into this topic. With that said, THIS has to be posted.

  4. Vogelgryff liked a post in a topic by Andras in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   

    I'll take Bill Clinton quotes for 1000, Alex.
  5. Vogelgryff liked a post in a topic by Andras in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   

    I'll take Bill Clinton quotes for 1000, Alex.
  6. Vogelgryff liked a post in a topic by Andras in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   

    I'll take Bill Clinton quotes for 1000, Alex.
  7. Jimsmusic™ liked a post in a topic by Andras in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   
    Congrats on 2-4. No need to discuss the Saints in a good topic.
  8. Bunchy Carter liked a post in a topic by Andras in White Cop Shoots Unarmed Black Guy In Back 8 Times, Plants Taser On Him. Just Another Day In America.   
    Or I could cruise through Macon 10% of the time and pass judgment on everyone I don't know while 90% of the time being a hermit that buries nickles.
  9. Makaveli96 liked a post in a topic by Andras in White Cop Shoots Unarmed Black Guy In Back 8 Times, Plants Taser On Him. Just Another Day In America.   
    There are people that try to resist the cycle of discrimination and ignorance and, at times, are crucified for other people's sins. Every action has a reaction. Someone may see a typical face in the South and think we are just like every other. That is also natural but a thing to resist.
    You won't get anywhere by finger pointing at the very people you need on your side to fight the real enemies. Get caught in the game. Throw out the "cops get treated badly, too" rhetoric. Watch that cycle turn.
  10. Bunchy Carter liked a post in a topic by Andras in White Cop Shoots Unarmed Black Guy In Back 8 Times, Plants Taser On Him. Just Another Day In America.   
    7: There are white people that feel threatened when another of their race can acknowledge a racial issue. So they must exaggerate.
  11. Bunchy Carter liked a post in a topic by Andras in White Cop Shoots Unarmed Black Guy In Back 8 Times, Plants Taser On Him. Just Another Day In America.   
    Agreeing with the idea that businesses should be allowed to racially discriminate under the guise of "woohoo, free market!" wasn't taken out of context but I don't need you to agree with me. I'm not getting into the ABF's game of "let's make a deal."
    You don't need to respond. You don't need to defend it. Just don't act like prejudice doesn't exist. It's easy to remind you that it does. Even if it hits close to home. Don't immediately assume(as you always do) that a dead or assaulted victim may share more of the blame simply because he is of a race of which you apply your stereotypes.
    Moving on..........
  12. biloxifalcon liked a post in a topic by Andras in White Cop Shoots Unarmed Black Guy In Back 8 Times, Plants Taser On Him. Just Another Day In America.   
    It's not about what you get angry about. It's the manner that you pass excessive judgment on a specific race as "typical blacks." You didn't say typical jerkoffs or typical bums. You made it a point to state TYPICAL BLACKS and THAT is not just some innocent little comment. You keep whining about why we keep rehashing this and it's because you refuse to address your own prejudices and pass yourself off as an innocent guy that's misunderstood. While you may not be as blatant as some here, that doesn't diminish that playing it close to the vest is no less destructive than those that do it arrogantly. Take one look outside at those you're shoving your stereotypes on. It isn't blatant prejudice that has shifted the black community into segregated parts of town with no jobs and opportunities. It is the PASSIVE prejudice that is being overlooked that has resulted in these societal problems.
    NEITHER should be downplayed or overlooked. You fight ignorance with confrontation, NOT tolerance. When it comes to the hippies of the left, where they pillow fight over the topics, and the fascists on the right, that deny a problem even exists; As soon as they finally realize that it is changing nothing, or they wither away, maybe we can address these issues like men with a backbone instead of wimps that need a smiley sticker and a hand hold while we evolve out of ignorance as a society.
    I think I've shown that playing the "Cappy is a Falcon fan and an ok guy so I'll be tolerant of his prejudice remarks" has not made an inch of progress since you just cannot understand why someone may have a problem with it. "it's just that angry guy with a beef." No, it's your actions. It's your blatant refusal to acknowledge that what you said is as wrong as anyone else that we talk about in these types of topics. Beating around that bush for decades and centuries by sweeping it under the rug with a smiley face is changing nothing. Just look around you.
    At least I have struck a nerve that may one day make you look in the mirror, as most people should, and as I have done, to hopefully stop the cycle of ignorance that happens on BOTH sides. We, as a society, need to stop being divided over petty issues like those you get hung up enough to rant about on ABF. While we're all fighting over dumb **** like that, the real perpetrators of these societal problems only chuckle at how well they can divide and conquer. Putting it on a bumper sticker or being sweethearts about it has not and will not do a thing. Confrontation. One person at a time.
  13. biloxifalcon liked a post in a topic by Andras in White Cop Shoots Unarmed Black Guy In Back 8 Times, Plants Taser On Him. Just Another Day In America.   
    It's not about what you get angry about. It's the manner that you pass excessive judgment on a specific race as "typical blacks." You didn't say typical jerkoffs or typical bums. You made it a point to state TYPICAL BLACKS and THAT is not just some innocent little comment. You keep whining about why we keep rehashing this and it's because you refuse to address your own prejudices and pass yourself off as an innocent guy that's misunderstood. While you may not be as blatant as some here, that doesn't diminish that playing it close to the vest is no less destructive than those that do it arrogantly. Take one look outside at those you're shoving your stereotypes on. It isn't blatant prejudice that has shifted the black community into segregated parts of town with no jobs and opportunities. It is the PASSIVE prejudice that is being overlooked that has resulted in these societal problems.
    NEITHER should be downplayed or overlooked. You fight ignorance with confrontation, NOT tolerance. When it comes to the hippies of the left, where they pillow fight over the topics, and the fascists on the right, that deny a problem even exists; As soon as they finally realize that it is changing nothing, or they wither away, maybe we can address these issues like men with a backbone instead of wimps that need a smiley sticker and a hand hold while we evolve out of ignorance as a society.
    I think I've shown that playing the "Cappy is a Falcon fan and an ok guy so I'll be tolerant of his prejudice remarks" has not made an inch of progress since you just cannot understand why someone may have a problem with it. "it's just that angry guy with a beef." No, it's your actions. It's your blatant refusal to acknowledge that what you said is as wrong as anyone else that we talk about in these types of topics. Beating around that bush for decades and centuries by sweeping it under the rug with a smiley face is changing nothing. Just look around you.
    At least I have struck a nerve that may one day make you look in the mirror, as most people should, and as I have done, to hopefully stop the cycle of ignorance that happens on BOTH sides. We, as a society, need to stop being divided over petty issues like those you get hung up enough to rant about on ABF. While we're all fighting over dumb **** like that, the real perpetrators of these societal problems only chuckle at how well they can divide and conquer. Putting it on a bumper sticker or being sweethearts about it has not and will not do a thing. Confrontation. One person at a time.
  14. Bunchy Carter liked a post in a topic by Andras in White Cop Shoots Unarmed Black Guy In Back 8 Times, Plants Taser On Him. Just Another Day In America.   
    1: Your remarks were in direct relation to them being BLACK and how "typical it was for them." It's your stereotype of them that you stand by. Whether or not you get angry at white people for the same thing isn't the point. You're stereotyping and passing judgment on people you don't even know simply because of the color of their skin. There's an easy word defining that behavior.
    2: It's funny that you don't know what my beef is with you. I am telling you. I have been. I just detailed it in #1. Has it ever crossed your mind that maybe it's that way of thinking that may annoy people? Doing so in a sweetheart way may win sympathy from some but not all.
    3: Sweeping your ignorance under the rug in a passive way like a lot of the country is doing today while claiming that racism is overrated just so ya can wear a "nice guy" label doesn't cloud EVERYONE's memory.
  15. Bunchy Carter liked a post in a topic by Andras in White Cop Shoots Unarmed Black Guy In Back 8 Times, Plants Taser On Him. Just Another Day In America.   
    Stereotyping black people on their porch as worthless lazy typical black people while you drive by and in movie theaters you get enraged when one dares to text and label his response as "typical black attitude" while ALSO condoning the practice of racially segregating businesses while saying, "let the market handle it" is the equivalent of promoting personal responsibility? LOL okkk.