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Re: The Arrogance of Men and The Naivety of Women

RadioRaheem ·
Re: The Arrogance of Men and The Naivety of Women
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Re: Constructive Feedback Is Right!!

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
And YOU seem to know the talking points of the WHITE SOCIALIST rather well. You see MBM - you have an open ended heart. You and other fundamentalist believe that you have MORAL SUPERIORITY because you stand for PROVIDING MAXIMUM BENEFIT FOR THE MASSES. How touching. You fail miserably when it comes to the concept of EXPECTING SOMETHEM FROM THE POOR. My wife and I COULD have a 3rd, 4th or even 8th baby. We know that by doing so it would impact us financially, time-wise, housing-wise and...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

sunnubian ·
I get so sick and tired of hearing this bs from this republican lawn jockey. He acts as if HIS father is the only Black person or Black man who did ALL these things in a racist society. Millions of Black people in America did the same things he says his father did, accomplished the same things, his father did, served in WWI/WWII/Vietnam/Etc., and did so in the mist of a racist nation with the only difference being other Black people go to work every day, graduate from school (or get a...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Empty Purnata ·
But apparently, they like to talk shit about them behind their backs: http://frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=18040 Yet Larry Elder won't face off with him face-to-face in an intellectual/academic battle. All he is is a convenient nigger to stick his head out and voice Massa's wishes and hold himself up as a "credit to his race" and a "vision of what Black people can become": http://www.townhall.com/opinion/columns/davidlimbaugh/2002/08/10/164052.html
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Re: Should Black People...

Empty Purnata ·
CON-Feed: "Yes'suh boss! You'se can trust me! I'se do right and I'se won't cheat ya or nuttin'!" Question: Why should I invest in White commerce? They should be just as obligated to show ME that MY money is safe in their hands. 1) You assume that White racial discrimination against Minorities in business is well-founded. 2) You are implying that White business is self-evidently trustworthy. And they should do the same with us. But, no, you don't believe in that. The White man can always be...
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Re: What Are Women Really Attracted To?

Max ·
It's really difficult to determine what women are attracted to. True story: I was on the bus. This fine-looking Puerto-Rican girl came on; she had these large, seductive, blue eyes; voluptuous - full luscious tits, big round hips and an ass to match. ABSOLUTELY STUNNING. So,as she walks down the aisle, we make eye-contact. I smiled at her. And she? She rolled eyes-clearly annoyed, as if to say: "nigga PUH-LEEEEAAASE...don't even think about!!" Now, I admit, I'm never gonna make the cover of...
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Re: 'No Child Left Behind' - A Thought

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
MBM: IF vouchers cause school funding to be reduced once these children depart the school then what say you about the drive by Rep Kendred Meeks to impose smaller class sizes upon public schools that will require many, many new schools to be constructed? IF there are less pupils at these original public schools DO YOU FIGURE THAT THEIR FUNDING WILL BE CUT and thus YOU ARE IN STRONG OPPOSITION TO MEEK'S drive......RIGHT? (That is if you follow logic).
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
UN: If study after study shows this then HOW DOES THIS EVIDENCE CHANGE YOUR STRATEGY ? If it is the case that RACIAL PREFERENCE for your own kind is paramount then IS IT LOGICAL for your end game to be to stop the people in power from doing this OR SHOULD IT BE to [/b]develop a system FOR YOUR OWN PEOPLE[/b] so that people who look like you are servicing people who look like you, insuring the quality level that you desire? Is it logical to try to change the basic properities of kryptonite so...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
The key distinction is OWNERSHIP AND POWER. Those who have both SEEK TO PROTECT THEIR POSSESSION. Those who don't have them seek to LIBERALIZE the rules and have more of these resources to flow their way. When it comes to international aide and financing the liberalist American sounds very CONSERVATIVE. When it comes to understanding the plight of the Mexican father to depart his family and come to the United States illegally in order to work and feed his family it seems that many of you are...
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Re: 'No Child Left Behind' - A Thought

MBM ·
First who is Kendred Meeks. Funny that there are NO citations for that person in all of Google. Second, most schools are built with a combination of local, state, and federal funding hence your assumption that building schools somehow reduces per student funding does not necessarily apply. Third, even if per student funding decreased, lowering the teacher/student ratio in some instances might overcome the reduced funding. This is particularly the case when it is part of a planned, strategic...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

UppityNegress ·
OK, I will entertain this idea. Please explain how giving sufficient painkillers to some Black kid with a broken arm will threaten those in power? Please explain what benefit the American health system has in providing a lower level of medical care Blacks? I'm surprised you haven't argued the other way, b/c more healthy people equals less time lost on jobs, less time spent on unemployment or disability funds, and more productivity all around. That in turn equals more money flowing through...
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Re: How to Date A Single Dad

Sandye ·
The article makes several good points, however, I think it sugarcoats the "baby mama/daddy drama" that affects many of these types of relationships. When a couple have a child, there is an eternal connection. Even though they no longer wish to have a relationship with the other parent, they play vicious games and can cause great pain perhaps because they are still going through the pain of their separation/divorce. Some biological parents won't speak to the step-parent for any reason and are...
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Re: How many times do you ask a women out

Black Viking ·
One time and one time only. That goes for all aspects of the dance. I ask for the phone number once. Later, when I call to ask her out, if she says anything other than "yes" without making a genuine counter-offer, I throw the number away. If she breaks the date, I throw the number away. The reasons are simple. A women that is genuinely interested won't do these things. There are few greater wastes of time and energy than chasing after a lady who does not want to be caught.
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Re: "If the KKK opposes gay marriage, I would ride with them."

Kevin41 ·
and Frenchy..based on the posts I have placed in here....if I was truly against gays and their agenda, what makes you think I would have a problem coming out and saying it...hell I'd express my disdain for their azzes in a similar manner that I did for blkCONS....and I know damn well my take on them is not up to broad interpretation.....so if you see a contradiction in something I say, ASK me about it and i'll tell you where I really stand so there won't be one...its not like i'm going to...
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Re: "?Who Choses Whom?"

Black Viking ·
Women do the choosing. She chooses to let you bring your game, or she chooses to shut you down immediately. Or she chooses to shut you down tomorrow, or next week, or next year. She has complete control of this game because she made the rules. The challenge for men is to first learn the rules (because she won't tell you what they are), then play by the rules (without letting our ego push us out of bounds), and still find a way to score points! Consider this...How often do men get rejected by...
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Re: Question for Kresge?

FireFly ·
hello Rowe, thanks for contributing. Yes, I agree with your comments immediately above. As it is I have always had a few 'issues' with Christianity and some of its concepts even though I was raised as a christian in my family but we 'won't go there'. I'm sure it's obvious I have a very limited education of world religions, and have been slowly reading up about all the 'alternatives'. I still find flaws but to date, the closest religion I find favour with has been Hinduism. African religions...
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Re: What's At The End of the Rainbow?

umbrarchist ·
Does that effort include lying? I have seen where salesmen who are the best liars make the most money. The ones that either won't or can't lie well have to find jobs where they do real work. umbrarchist
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Re: Education: then and now, Thomas Sowell

HonestBrother ·
Un-CON-structive Feedback, that's not a claim. That's a fact. Do you dispute its accuracy? Only an idiot would be ignorant of the significance of the statement "I believe in states' rights" within the context of American political life. But then I promised not to call you any names. It wasn't just a 'visit'. It was the first stop in a * Presidential Campaign * to a po dump town only known for one goddamned thing. You know...I almost agree with this statement. I won't lie. I've had my...
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Re: Education: then and now, Thomas Sowell

Empty Purnata ·
CON-Feed: "......*stuttering*...........Well, you depend on a CAPITALIST system created by the White Man. Why don't you go back to Africa and try making your SOCIALIST paradise over there where the White Man won't oppress you!.......*stuttering*........You use services invented by the White Man (the White Man invented and built America, you just live here), so you are a hypocrite!!!1111! You even use services made by WHITE LIBERALS meant to keep you dependent on the...
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Re: Education: then and now, Thomas Sowell

Nmaginate ·
Do we need to say how much of a little PUSSY ass PUNK you are? Always running when the logical heat is on and you can't substantiate a damn, single thing of your own? What was that? You CLAIMED something was the BASIS for my dismissal of Vouchers? Don't run. Be a man. Stand and fight. Defend your BULLSHIT assertions. I won't even make you come up with a reason why you puked out some shit about the Davis-Bacon Act . Another one of your latest BULLSHIT-buzzword, RAT HOLE TALKING POINTS, huh?
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Re: "?Who Choses Whom?"

FireFly ·
geesh! ...and women love men for exactly the SAME reason! who chooses who is largely irrelevant when most men desire an ongoing choice of a smorgasboard selection. .
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Re: Racism Out Of "Racism-Deniers"

James Wesley Chester ·
Anyone else see how denial of racism is just a thinly-veiled attempt to perpetuate it?Empty Purnata Of course, it is. And...they know it. It's the way the game is played. There is no problem...until there is a problem. Then it's 'one of those things' that happen. Nothing to be concern. Aren't you and I friends??? There is no problem and there won't be a problem as long you understand there is no problem. Right? And...there won't be a problem if you don't begin to think you should be treated...
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Re: The 'Promised Land': Why We're Still Waiting

Nmaginate ·
Ummm... No, obviously, you don't. And this is exactly why: "I see there being two sides to the process." I'm going to be crude because you're working under the false assumption that Black people need to know something about White people. That's a rather curious idea especially when you say: Very few white people ever think about 'being white' and what that means... white privilege. Hmmm... Black people know White Privilege. What is it you think Black people stand to learn about White people...
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Re: The 'Promised Land': Why We're Still Waiting

Nmaginate ·
A straight line is always the direct route. Why the detour? Why would White people need to know "What It's Like To Be Black"... why would they need to "listen" to anything like that when you say the object is to End White Privilege? A straight line... Very few white people ever think about 'being white' and what that means... white privilege. Okay. Why isn't White Privilege - i.e. White people taking it upon themselves to examine White Privilege - an INTRAracial Dialog you're trying to seek?
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Re: MBM: WHERE'S THE UNIFICATION?

Black Viking ·
I know this thread seems to have gotten a little bit off track, but no one has been attacking you personally. You actually don't need to know anything at all in order to be a part of this community. Just be willing to share, and hear what others have to share. I'll be the first to say that there's alot I don't know, and I usually ask more questions than I offer answers (I'm sure Nmaginate will back me up on that one ). Like Rowe posted earlier, there are many forums in this community that...
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Re: MBM: WHERE'S THE UNIFICATION?

Texas Star ·
Nmaginate... Its time. Where are you.. I think you won't admit that it takes you about 3 hours per post! Boo Boo Hiss Hiss.. You're no fun! Rowe, you've made me see the light! I was being a typical woman and falling for the bad guy.. Oh, my. I guess its time to move on.. Humm how about a teacher? @ honest brotha
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Re: Al Sharpton Accuses Bush Of Fueling Homophobia Among Blacks

Black Viking ·
Is that going to change if they get married? Is this number a reflection of tax breaks that married people get, and what other variables are there? I have a hard time believing that this income gap is actually caused by being a same-sex couple. The same Census shows white same-sex couples actually have more median income than white heterosexual couples. If this is true, then we deserve what we got. This is another great example of ideological manipulation . It's pretty easy to follow. It...
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Re: Plane Hits Building...

Frenchy ·
Oh for fuck's sake. You are hopeless. The evidence has been presented numerous times in comparison to your wild, ever-changing theories without a single photograph or anything , really, to back it up. In any event, I won't divert any more attention away from your thermonuclear evaporation devices and phantom missiles.
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Re: I finally found the Black women's reply to the "Where is the love?'" from Tampa

HonestBrother ·
Remember this???: Frenchy, you don't read your own damned posts. OK. Now're you're putting college professors and artists on the same level as ex-cons. I won't have this discussion with you anymore because I see how * twisted * you are upstairs and I might have to start throwing around a word that rhymes with "itch". You win. I do not want to discuss this anymore.
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Re: I finally found the Black women's reply to the "Where is the love?'" from Tampa

Frenchy ·
Man, you have GOT to be kidding me. The world lets you (you meaning men in general) WANT that type of woman without reprocussions. I didn't say that's what you actually GET! OK. Now're you're putting college professors and artists on the same level as ex-cons.[/quote] YOU are the one who has been advocating that women "broaden" their idea of what the cream of the crop is and that we not go specifically for the man who makes the money or has the education. YOU are the one who took offense to...
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Re: I finally found the Black women's reply to the "Where is the love?'" from Tampa

Rowe ·
Have Black Women Gotten Out Of The Black Man's Reach? Brother Honestbrother, Frenchy's argument is that whatever a woman's idea of a best pick is, she should be able to pursue such a man, if she so chooses. Whether her idea of a best pick is Denzel or Mr. T--that is her business . Women are not children that require special guidance or direction. Women are grown adults just as men are adults, responsible for making their own decisions . Also, another explanation for why more women are...
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Re: I finally found the Black women's reply to the "Where is the love?'" from Tampa

HonestBrother ·
I'm not using you as a barb. I'm sorry if you feel that way because that was not my intention. Yes I do realize that different people want different things and won't necessarily be attracted to the same types. But the point I'm trying to make is that YOU, Art Gurl, ARE THE ONLY ONE AMONG THE WOMEN stepping forth to make these finer distinctions. The only one expressing a positive desire for ANY of the examples I gave. And I'm trying to figure out what to make of it. I have a hard time...
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Re: Keeping A 'Black Book' on Black Cops

Black Viking ·
No kidding! Were they expecting a different result this time? I thought these to words were synonymus in a cops mind. More synonyms. OK Johnson, explain how one of these is somehow worse than the other. There is a reason why we have such a hard time listening to these double speaking politicians, it's because they say crap like this. He won't "apologize", but he has "expressed regret"? If this is even remotely true, how did he get himself into this mess in the first place? What Police...
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Re: Hamas shakes up Mideast politics

James Wesley Chester ·
Sure, Hamas has members that blow stuff up; but Israel promotes bull-dozing housing with people in it. And, I may be mistaken here, but I don't recall a single incident in the 2000's where Hamas has been tied as an organization to a terrorist act.---K4R Sharon and Arafat were patriots to their respective causes. Fatah and Hamas are organizations with the same goal. Hamas wasn't willing to talk when it was out of power. Now we shall see in fairly short order where their game is. I am guessing...
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Re: CF ... Be a dear and please explain ...

EbonyRose ·
CF ... thank you for answering my question in such a thought out and detailed manner. I had no knowledge of any other posting or talk about it ... and didn't realize I was "baiting" you by asking it. I was really just curious! I won't go into what I think about your reasoning or your personal statement in putting it up, because that never really was the purpose. My philosophy has always been to each his own! But, again, thanks for the explanation. It definitely is a very moving picture. Vox...
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Re: A Narrow View of Black Women

Frenchy ·
That behavior/mindset extends world-wide. Anna Wintour says straight out that she won't even hire women who aren't pin thin to work in any of her offices because she doesn't want that look associated with Vogue. Karl Lagerfeld was highly pissed that H&M decided to make his stuff in plus sizes because he only "makes clothing for slender women." Europe is the number one champion of Euro beauty. And everyone else follows suit. I don't know if I can really appreciate what Suzy Brokensha has...
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Re: Asking too much?

tru2urself16 ·
I've waited to repsond to some of the things posted because I wanted to think about my reasoning for my choice. Now I can't say that my choice has anything to do with religion or thinking that by beinging a virgin I am holy or clean, it's not. I respect people who have different views than mine and I think that it's your own choice and that you have to do what;s right for you. In the past few days I've been thinking about that more and more. That I have to do what's right for me just like...
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Re: Asking too much?

HonestBrother ·
Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness and honesty. Best of luck finding that special someone. And please continue to be true to yourself.
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Re: A Narrow View of Black Women

Rowe ·
Great points.
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Re: Asking too much?

MidLifeMan ·
You obviously have a good head and heart. There is NOTHING wrong with your reasoning. Everyone that has responded gave some very good advice. I learned a very important lesson at a very early age and it helped me to avoid making some bad decisions. The lesson I learned is that TRUE friends accept you for who and what you are. A real friend is not going to "encourage" you to do something that you don't want to do or would cause harm. I wish more young people could learn this and stop making...
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Re: Hypothetically...Ofcourse

HeruStar ·
Article And since the Air Force Academy's coach is hardly the only one who noticed that African-Americans are integral to football success (just the one who got hammered for noticing it publicly), Lapchick also reported on significant academic disparities between black and white athletes. Among the 56 bowl teams, half had graduation rates for white players that were more than 20 percent higher than that of black players"”and another 10 schools had discrepancies of more than 30 percent...
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Re: I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm free.

Nmaginate ·
Frenchy, there are country music fans and musicians, no doubt, who are Anti-War. There are, I'm sure, plenty of patriotic people whom the song doesn't resonate with both because of the genre and the way the song is written. The themes in it resonate with certain people. I'm sure there are plenty of Black people who are "patriotic" who just can't get with the way the song is communicated. They could remix it, put in their preferred musical genres and the words just won't resonate. Those...
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Re: I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm free.

Frenchy ·
Nmaginate , what are you talking about? I did not say that everyone who likes country music likes this song and I did not say that every patriot likes this song. Clearly, whether or not someone likes a particular piece of music is dependent on a lot of different variables. You asked me for the genre of the song and who it would resonate with. I don't respond to obvious trolls. I think it's a huge waste of time. Furthermore, I'm not running any one-woman smackdown patrol. I contribute where...
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Re: Edna Griffin: The Rosa Parks of Iowa

ricardomath ·
Edna Griffin did the right thing By REKHA BASU REGISTER COLUMNIST Originally published 1/26/1998 Before institutional memory has faded, and the 88-year-old's time is over, Des Moines should erect a monument to Edna Griffin. Chances are you don't know Griffin's name. No building or street carries it. Iowa schoolchildren don't learn it when they study the civil rights movement. And when lifetime Service Awards bearing the name of Martin Luther King Jr. were handed out to the governor and four...
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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: Booty sex - WOMEN ?

Max ·
Of course, it goes without saying (but I'll say it anyway) that the issues of cleanliness were ALWAYS addressed: You gotta scrub your buns if ya wanna test-drive the tongue. And Art-gurl-my young grasshopper - when it comes to the mystic art of eatin' booty, you have much to learn. It takes skill & balance to master this ancient butt-fuckin technique. Observe, as I show you the magic, the wonder, the odyssey that is ass-munchin: 1)Wash ALL INTIMATE areas of your body. 2)Have your man...
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Re: Booty sex - WOMEN ?

HonestBrother ·
Max, I'll take your word for it Dude... I think I'll just stick to the old fashioned ways.
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Re: are parents @ fault for this?

Black Viking ·
I had to vote yes, but I know it's not as simple as that. Rather than assigning blame, parents need to consider who is actually in a position to solve the problem. Parents can point fingers at anyone for there children's ills, and frequently do. I'm not saying that city, state, and even federal agencies shouldn't be involved in curtailing this activity, but they have to very careful about constricting the rights of consenting adults. The simpler and far more effective solution is to...
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Re: Danish Newspaper And Mohammed Cartoon

Nmaginate ·
Ummm... I didn't say that. I was talking about DEMOCRACY. The process must have a intention and commitment towards resolution. Whether there will always be conflict and problems is irrelevant. The point is what is the point to Democracy. It has no virtue when and if it doesn't and won't even commit to resolution. What good is it then when it won't? I said: Whether you call it an Ultimate Resolution, whether an ultimate one is achieved... AKA "may never be fully realized" but PROGRESS and a...
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Re: Radio Raheem's Personal tribute to Interracial couples

Black Viking ·
Now I'm starting to understand why this whole thing has been so hard to get my brain around. I won't deny your experiences, but I can say with certainty that I've never said (or even conciously thought) that a woman was too black. But, that's just me, and I'm just one guy. I can relate on some level though. I've been told by a small handfull of Black women that I was not Black enough (or too light skinned). It only happened a few times and I never really gave it much thought. I always...
 
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