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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Nmaginate ·
After all that, after reporting his Monologue @ The Barbershop... Why does he feel compelled to lead and beg for Black people to consider his "disagreement" in some certain way? I mean, that's clearly not something that's reciprocated. He definitely made no allowances for the sentiments, thoughts and philosophies of the barber, the clientele or "WE BLACKS." That's one thing I'll never understand. He wants to play [WHITE] Devil's Advocate then wants to beg people to not consider him a...
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Re: 2005--In Loving Memory Of....

Fine ·
Thx folobatuyi and HonestBrother. LOL--I have a revision: AITKEN, LAUREL/78 -- JAMAICAN SINGER BENNETT-SATTLER, JUDITH/54 -- ABUSE AGENCY LEADER BAIRD, HARRY/74 -- BRITISH ACTOR BAUGH, CECIL/96 -- JAMAICAN POTTER BENSON, RENALDO "OBIE"/69 -- MEMBER OF THE FOUR TOPS GROUP BENTLEY, LAMONT/31 -- ACTOR BERESFORD, RANDOLPH/91 -- BRITISH MAYOR OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM BROWN JR., OSCAR/78 -- SINGER/SONWRITER/ACTOR/PLAYWRIGHT CAMPBELL, LITTLE MILTON/70 -- BLUES ARTIST CARGILLE, PETER/41 -- JAMAICAN...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Nmaginate ·
With all those types of appearances, with those types of associations, being published in those types of places... Then a Negro has the nerves to beg "Can WE BLACKS (Damn!!! Mimicking that too!@) disagree and ya'll not consider my buck dancin' ass a Sell-Out (though I'm getting paid for nefarious services) and/or an Uncle Tom?" But, just as the Black CONservatives seem to love to suggest themselves, maybe this has a lot to do with the parenting and upbringing Larry Elder got. His Talk Radio...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Kevin41 ·
Yep.....it is these house negroes that make the advancement of black people harder due to the push in the opposite direction they assist the white racist CON with. What I really resent about those negroes is that they benefitted from the collective efforts of others and now want to nullify the same for those behind them.....a lower piece of shit the earth has not known......the blkCON house-negro.....sad azz bowed-head fuckers........
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Empty Purnata ·
Damn straight. Clarence Thomas and Ward Connerly, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION BENEFICIARIES, BOTH OF THEM, seeks to dismantle Affirmative Action for other Blacks: http://www.civilrights.org/issues/affirmative/details.cfm?id=38727 http://www.greaterdiversity.com/employers/emp_articles03/connerly_plans.html F*ck them to death.
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Re: Should Black People...

Kevin41 ·
Wow....that bullschit after saying my claim to fame was to sit next to white people...that negro has lost it......seriously
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Re: Should Black People...

Nmaginate ·
You noticed that too... Now, all-of-sudden... It's okay to "want" THE WHITE MAN'S money and to even be concerned with what White people think. Some time ago, there was this idea forwarded that What White Folks Think were not important, apparently under no circumstances.
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Re: Should Black People...

Faheem ·
I damn near fell out laughing while reading what Sister PowerFlower wrote; She writes that the brother wrote in his article; HAHA... a whistling Black man would be perceived as less threatening... I can just see Negroes walking around whistling trying to say to white folk, "I am a cool Negro not one of those violent ones". Imagine how psychologically warped a white person must be to believe a Black man whistling is not a threat. Some Negroes would tap dance every time they walk pass a white...
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Re: Should Black People...

Empty Purnata ·
Kevin, Nmaginate, All I gotta say is, that Kneegrow is insane (CF). He's so effing non-sensical and self-hating, that he's giving me high blood pressure just talking to him, I think I'm going to stop while my health is still ahead, and I still have my sanity...... I wish we had an "ignore" feature around here so we could all put CF on our Ignore List.
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Re: Should Black People...

Kevin41 ·
***That schit with him and Lofton has grown old indeed.....but i'm sure it will fizzle down to nothing this year...its overdue......
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Re: How The Bush Administration Hurts The Black Community

Kevin41 ·
Man shut up with that self-importantce bullschit this morning Lofton..no one gives a fuck about what you think or your weird azz writing style you picked up from the ward....you're the joke Lofton...you grew up to be someone so alienated from your own that you seek out white racists for affiliation...now talking about jokes....do you really think those hateful azz inbreds at stormfront take you seriously? hell no...you're like ward coonerly and the rest....racists find you useful to help...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Kevin41 ·
its not a feeding fest.....i'm just bringing attention to the speatcle this negro makes of himself every time he opens his mouth...we did not seek him out and force him to say anything.....he presents himself this way voluntarily.....
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Black Viking ·
Point taken. I agree.
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Re: The Effect of Public Schools on Our Kids

Rowe ·
Certainly, I've discussed the impact teacher expectations has on students' academic performance in the forum before. In fact, there is a discussion taking place right now about this issue in the Politics forum under the thread entitled, "Are Schools Failing Black Boys?" This issue is also heavily discussed in education programs and textbooks. I'm currently enrolled into Master's Education Program and the subject of teachers' expectations is discussed quite often. However, the fact of the...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Kevin41 ·
* I'm not a politcal science professor dumbazz...I teach over 15 different courses in business admin, public admin and technology management.....can you read and comprehend? You tend to paint people with YOUR brush...you're not educated enough to do so. And if you want to place the onus on me in terms of behaviors, act like my students in my masters and doctorate programs and answer questions factually and non-rhetorically, provide factual support to your statements and learn the concepts...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Michael ·
"If KEVIN wants to act like an adult WHO IS A POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR WITH A DOCTORATE I am more than willing to deal." by CF * I'm not a political science professor dumbazz ...I teach over 15 different courses in business admin, public admin and technology management.....can you read and comprehend? You tend to paint people with YOUR brush...you're not educated enough to do so. . And if you want to place the onus on me in terms of behaviors, act like my students in my masters and...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Michael ·
"If KEVIN wants to act like an adult WHO IS A POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR WITH A DOCTORATE I am more than willing to deal." by CF * I'm not a political science professor dumbazz ...I teach over 15 different courses in business admin, public admin and technology management.....can you read and comprehend? You tend to paint people with YOUR brush...you're not educated enough to do so. . And if you want to place the onus on me in terms of behaviors, act like my students in my masters and...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Michael ·
"2. The infammatory nature of his posts is intended to distract from the content of the previous post that cannot rebut. Based on the hateful nature of his posts, an appropriate response would be emotional and inflammatory and therefore sucessfully take the discussion away from the points he cannot rebut or renders his statements moot. **What I have learned is that once you find out the motivation behind a person's behavior, you are not distracted by the behavior itself and less inclined to...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Michael ·
"Nah Isome...those days of giving little mikey attention have fizzled down to nothing......what the hell...i made a decent effort up front to communicate so to hell with it......i read some of the old posts Ricardo chronicled and I was really too damn diplomatic in the first place...just takes a minute to figure it out when you trying to give a fool the benefit of the doubt. Remember when I said so in the thread about New Years resolutions? Well as you can see today is the 7th.....once I get...
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Re: Law, Morality, and Christians

Nikcara ·
I am a Christian, I am heterosexual, I think gays should be allowed to marry, I think women have the right of choice and affirmative action is desparately needed because children are still being left behind. Law in the USA is not about morality it is about power and money. It was law that enslaved my ancestors using the Christian Bible, it was law that separated the races under Jim Crow using the Christian Bible , it was law that cause the police to sick dogs on citizens because they were...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Nmaginate ·
Your slip is showing... I can see your PUSSY! BTW, I missed your comment-response when MBM said this, earlier, where you thought the word "LIBERALIZE" had some special magic there, too: But thanks for showing your True White DEFERENCE Colors. And, I'm the one who knows calls you "WHITE". Kevin, I believe, calls you a Foot Shufflin', Bowed Head, Uncle Tom, NUTS ON YOUR CHIN (oops! That's Faheem) Lackey NEGRO! Get it straight, WHITE BOY! And while you're at it, direct your comments to the MBM...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Kevin41 ·
Thats okay CF...there are many who teach me things on this board, but being that I am fairly academically astute my damn self..I have to separate bullschit from actual learning material...but there is a definite core of educated people on this board who possess progressive thought. I have learned many things in areas of finance, technology, theology, medicine and other areas of academic endeavor. There is a big difference between what those people tell me and those who come in here daily to...
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Re: The Black Commentator vs. The Wall Street Journal

Faheem ·
This has to be the best op-ed I have read all year, albeit it is only the 13th of January. Brother Bruce articulates all that was running through my mind as I was reading white folk commenting about Black folk on a white Blog this morning in regards to a report that was published in Seattle's paper yesterday about the difference in length and how often Black students are suspended and disciplined in School in relations to white students. The garbage that was coming out of these white folk...
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Re: Education: then and now, Thomas Sowell

HonestBrother ·
That has actually happened to me!! I had a white co-worker barge into my office and proceed to explain to me that G.W. Bush was a genius, that I was single and in my office on memorial day because black values were defective, and all sorts of other things about black folk like I couldn't possibly know the subject better than her. * All the while, she was citing Thomas Sowell like he was the only negro worth reading or knowing anything about * .
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Re: Education: then and now, Thomas Sowell

Empty Purnata ·
I've run into types like that too back in high school and now in college. I've had White kids (and adults) go on about how Affirmative Action and welfare make Minorities "lazy", and cite Black Conservatives. Often times, I have no problem debunking them and using Black Progressives/Liberals to refute the Black Conservative rhetoric. Ever notice that when these Status Quo-defenders are refuted, they get nasty? They start delving into racism, bigotry, sexism, or just start name-calling. I...
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Re: Racism Out Of "Racism-Deniers"

HonestBrother ·
This may be a litlte off topic but What's up with Constructive Feedback? Is this negro even real? If so, what exactly does he stand for? I'm heavily leaning towards the theory that he's white. I can understand having different views but he doesn't seem to know or understand anything a black person born in the US knows or understands.
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Re: A Two Way Street by Armstrong Williams

Faheem ·
About a month or so ago there was a panel discussion on C-SPAN about Politics and Humor, Vernon Jordan was on this panel. He was the last to be introduced and while all the white panelist education, career accomplishments were mentioned as they were being introduced, the first thing the white guy who introduced everyone said about Vernon Jordan was that he is articulate and Vernon Jordan just grinned like a good Negro.
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Re: A Two Way Street by Armstrong Williams

Nmaginate ·
What's up, Faheem? (aka PEACE!) Too funny... Too bad I missed it. By now, all the stitches from my ruptured stomach would have healed and I could have been well on my way to a good 2006 diet regime.
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Re: Education: then and now, Thomas Sowell

Nmaginate ·
Of course, CON... CON... CON-Feed is not serious. Too much SELF-HATRED to be serious. HUH? Pardon me, but I'd be damn if this motherf@cka isn't back to TWO FRONTIN' again. And can you see the irony? This Negro talks about a Dichotomy while saying, "I'm for one (and not so much the other)." And he dares invokes and praises a "Dual Approach" even as he promotes no such thing. The Definition of TWO FRONTIN'
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Re: Education: then and now, Thomas Sowell

Kevin41 ·
CF...you can talk about my momma all you like...because my parents were not the racially afflicted coons like yours who raised you with those antebellum views where colored folk like them knew their place..plus I know you would never have the balls to say schit in my face...and even though what a coonin azz lackey says never bothers me......i'd stomp your azz beyond recognition just because of your level of bitch azz imposition......you are a weak azz dick sucking failure as a black man, you...
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Re: MBM: WHERE'S THE UNIFICATION?

Nmaginate ·
How can arrogance bring about unification? And how is that any different from "Negro, you don't know this." - i.e. You need to know = you don't know.
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Re: Who Should Pay for Reparations? Black Americans... Obviously

Nmaginate ·
More like have enough self-respect and self-esteem as to not discredit his/their own intelligence by thinking dumb shit like that will fly. At least make a more compelling case, if there is one... (Oops! There isn't one). It's really sad and I sorta feel sorry for people who have problems saying things beyond the little juvenile simplistic, half-a-first-thought ridiculous ideas they think would or should resonate. Here's a short list of this Child's Themes (with him thinking he's talking to...
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Re: 4 Unpopular "TRUTHS"... by Project 2019

Kevin41 ·
Some negroes reek of self-hatred because they do not see themselves as shit.....if they did they would see themselves as a walking contradiction of the shit they espouse..like that low-scoring culture bullschit or all of those things black people supposedly do not care about...i will slap a self-hating nigga (yeah I said it) and show him how to acheive where whiteness does not leave them so damn awestruck.....man they are a sorry as species of animal.....the fucking house negro...a cancer to...
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Re: PBS: African American Lives

Faheem ·
PBS TO OFFER SPECIAL PROGRAMMING FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH February 1 – February 28, 2006 Alexandria, VA - January 25, 2006 - From history to culture to drama to independent film, PBS features year-round programming both created by and about African Americans. In honor of Black History Month, PBS will broadcast a variety of new and encore presentations that celebrate the rich history of African Americans. The centerpiece for this month of special programs is a four-hour series by Henry Louis...
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Re: State of the Union: NPR WANTS YOUR VIEW

Kevin41 ·
wait til they tell him they are laying his ass off.....and the less qualified white guys get to stay.....he'll be wearing dashiki's like many other converted house negroes who got a blatant taste of racism....I guess he is a negro who does not make waves...and will accept anything as long as he can forge a meager existence out of the situation...fuck everyone else.....too bad the collective efforts of others helped the door open for his azz.....ole status quo defending azz negro...
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Re: Rank The Terms

ricardomath ·
OK, here is my ranking, as a white guy and a Person of Substance ... 1. Black 2. African American Actually, a decade ago, before I met my wife, I would have reversed #1 and #2. 3. African Likely to cause confusion, however. But the resulting discussion to clear up the confusion may well be bennifitial and educational. 4. Person of Color 5. Minority Broader and more appropiate in a context where one wishes to identify more broadly. "Minority" is somewhat problematic, however. For example, by...
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Re: Rank The Terms

umbrarchist ·
Black-------------Short, to the point, Anglo-Saxon Spade-------------You left this out, my handle used to be Knave of Spades Spook-------------I hear this so rarely it is more funny than anything else African-----------A White person born and raised in Africa should know more about Africa than I do Colored-----------Same as people of color with fewer syllables Negro-------------Only KneeGrows try to use this as an insult now Minority----------Meaningless White perspective. They are just...
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Re: Rank The Terms

Nmaginate ·
African African American Black [[[[big gulf]]] 'Of Color' - as in "people of color" Minority Negro [[[[bigger gulf]]] Colored [[[[biggest gulf]]] Coon Nigger Spook ________________________________ EDIT: MBM, you are a genuis!!!
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Re: Rank The Terms

James Wesley Chester ·
African American African Minority Black Colored Negro 'Of Color' - as in "people of color" FIGHTING WORDS Nigger Coon Spook PEACE Jim Chester
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Re: Rank The Terms

EbonyRose ·
1. Black 2. African American 3. Negro 4. 'Of Color' - as in "people of color" 5. Minority 6. Colored 7. African And, I'm sorry ... but these three simply don't make any kind of meaningful list and all are as offensive as the other, so you can make them 8, 9, 10 in any order you wish!! Spook Coon Nigger
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Re: Rank The Terms

ma'am ·
It's according to for who. If we are referring to me. . . Black Negro - Controversial, sure. But I find this term empowering. It reminds me of the Renaissance and progressive Black organizations. People of color - Very useful term Minority - Useful, although weird to use. Especially when referring to people in places where POC are majorities African American Colored - Antiquated, yet, eh African Nigger, coon, spook and all other offensive epithets don't belong on my list If I were African...
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Re: Rank The Terms

kresge ·
African American Black African 'of Color' Minority Negro Colored Spook Nigger Coon
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Re: Rank The Terms

Kweli4Real ·
1) African American: It's who I am. 2) Black: It's what I was brought up with. 3) African: It speaks to where I'm from. 4) Negro, Colored: These are what my parents were brought up on. Neither were understood to be offensive from the standpoint of the caller or the called. 4) 'Of Color' - as in "people of color": It's weak, but expresses a physical as well as experiential separateness. 5) Minority: I've always hated this term as a descriptor of a people. It's inherently disempowering. But...
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Re: Rank The Terms

Kevin41 ·
[quote]African Black-who I am and my mindset African American-I understand the term but find it technically challengeable Negro-based on the way were were during this timeframe. Colored-The way my almost 100 year-old grandma uses the term, endearingly. Minority-means non-white but I also find the term to denote MINOR, as in insignificant. **** try ya luck with me on these..see how it works for ya Coon Nigger Spook
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Re: Rank The Terms

Empty Purnata ·
1. African 2. Black 3. African-American (I WILL ONLY RESPOND TO THESE, AND I PREFER BLACK AMERICAN). Offensive ones: 4. Colored (who the hell isn't "colored"? White people are peach/light-tan) 5. Minority (men and White people are worldwide Minorities, WHITE - MEN ought to be the last ones calling me a Minority) 6. Negro (do I call White people "Blancos"?) ASS-KICKING WORDS 7. Nigger (if you're Black, don't dare use that unless I deserve it [ie. acting like CON-Feed], if you're non-Black,...
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Re: Rank The Terms

Vox ·
Almost too close to call: African-American (I prefer the hyphen) Black (Close, but not too close to call) African Don't really use, but they don't bother me either: 'Of Color' - as in "people of color" Minority Colored (It implies to me that there's a standard, just plain person, and that we're not the standard archetype; a "Kind of" man, so I don't like it) Negro (I don't like the term, but I'll use it as a derogatory term for blacks that I don't think act in our best interests...) (The...
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Re: Radio Raheem's Personal tribute to Interracial couples

Dissident ·
That is one of the most asinine comments I've ever heard! White folk love an ignorant ass negro like you... and you go right along with it. ***shaking my head**** Do you allow your neighbors to get involved in your family business? If so then you're one weak ass excuse for a man. I wonder how do you live with yourself. White folk don't need to do a goddamn thing except stay out of the internal affairs of Black people unless invited. Period! I'm done with this thread. OUT!
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Re: Radio Raheem's Personal tribute to Interracial couples

Black Viking ·
My, my, my. Haven't we gotten a little testy all of a sudden? Did someone get up on the wrong side of his coffin? Next time you want to get a wild hair up your ass you might want to consider the context of the conversation. Like I said, ricardomath apparently has some experience related to the topic which would explain his interest . Like it or not, this is an inter-racial subject. Therefore, anything white people want to contribute is fine by me. But, if you don't like it, plug your ears...
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Re: For the Sistas of AA.org

HonestBrother ·
I love Coretta Scott King who was forever beautiful, gracious, and just as visionary as her famous husband: Martin Luther King , who was studying for his doctorate in theology at Boston University, had told a mutual friend he was looking for a wife. The friend gave him Coretta Scott's phone number but when he came calling she was not impressed. "I saw this green car coming up the street and this short man," she said in an interview. "He leaned over to open the door, and when I got in the car...
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Re: Rank The Terms

TruEssence ·
African American African Black Person of Color (Don't use, but it is not that offensive to me as the ones below) Not feeling these words: Negro Minority Colored Fighting Words: Coon Nigger Spook
 
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