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Reply to "Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued"

When I was 14, I received 7 of Elvis' records for my birthday and thought I'd hit the damn lotto. My young buddy and myself were flapping all over the floor with glee. I have his records now. CD's of course; the 33 and 1/3 or whatever they were called are long gone; as is my 14th birthday.

Cary Grant was born in 1904 and Rock Hudson was born in 1925. Not my generation either, but TMC is my favorite movie channel when I want to look at a movie; which isn't very often. I like the old musicals, with Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, etc. I'm not into folks slaughtering each other like they have nowadays. Slobbering all over each other with homosexuality a KNOWN past time and present time too. I can't watch them kiss without puking. They might have "grabbed a pussy" or kissed one, or something else, the night before the shooting of the movie scenes. Didn't think like that years ago, because people kept their business to themselves. Today, that no longer applies.

Every time I go to YouTube and someone answers my post here, I receive a message at the bottom of my screen from AfricanAmerican.org. That's cool as can be!!!!

Koco, where did all the other posters go??????

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