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Reply to "Teacher suspended for ten days, after calling student Nigga!"

Wow, good arguing guys.

Good points I've read

- he wouldn't insult someone who could kick his ass, so it's certain that he would seize the day and insult someone who couldn't (impeccable logic)

- juke joints aren't always whorehouses, thus proving that anyone under the age of (whatever) has no clue about what they're talking about (extra points for recognising the key essentials to my post)

- Nmaginate's parody of the interview, simply rife with meaning

- QTY's quick quantam leap in realising that I use this word in everyday speech. Spot on, this is just part of my scheme to get people to use it more

- The refutation of when I said the teacher's punishment was nessecary. I take that back, you were right when you said it was nessecary

- QTY's quick shutdown of my argument that I was Canadian, that was not in response to "this country" [USA]

"Try again"

My point is simply that the same people who leap to the conclusion that he was being intentionally racist, use the n-word in everyday speech in a non-racist fashion. Italians don't call themelves whomps, Japanese people don't say Nip's, etc etc.

THE TEACHER WAS INSULTING THE TENDENCY OF A DEMOGRAPHIC TO HABITUALLY INSULT THEMSELVES! Its called parody, its funny, and wasn't racist at all.

Throw the book at the guy up for all I care, it would probably stop quite a bit of racism in the future. Just don't get all worked up because an english teacher insulted some kid's command of the english language.

(Feel free to continue misinterpereting anything I've said hereon in, I'm done reasoning with you twits. Snide comments about the second last sentence are also welcome.)
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