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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: What Are Women Really Attracted To?

qty226 ·
Max, dont you realize the 'look' on your face..........could've turned her off?? Sorry, but the way you sound........you were drooling like a dog in heat. When i see a man behave this way.........i think hes all about the booty, and nothing else. Ms_secondhalf... "S-EX as a S hared EX perience. I LOVED that description! It's something we should do for each other." I loved this too!!!!
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Re: African immigrants face bias from blacks

4YAINFO ·
In the N.Y.C area just recently a 15 y.o. Ghanian boy was murdered for his cell phone by a 13 y.o. Puerto Rican-Hispanic kid. Now I'm waiting to see the headline "Hispanic/African Immigrant Tensions" Why is the media so keen on A/A.A. tensions?
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Re: Brown Pride website: Why are they so obssessed with black people?

mirahjay ·
It's important to note that there are many different groups commonally referred to as "Hispanic". They include in part, Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, Columbians, El Salvadorians, Cubans, Dominicans. Some of these groups believe it or not do not even wish to be called Hispanic! They are not unified. Remember they hail from different parts of the world, with the common link of speaking Spanish. While it may be true tht they are now the largest minority within the US, they by no means have the same...
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Re: Black Women and Ward Connelly

Prophetessofrage ·
[QUOTE]Originally posted by LilFoxyBrwnIntellectual: "First Negrospiritual, don't pass out but I know that Ward's wife is not black. I believe she's white specifically." ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MY REPLY:Hi LFBI Yeh, I'm with you, hold on negrospiritual because the fact is yes, that little dumpling is married to a white woman. I mean if you think about it, what decent black woman of truth would have him? He belongs to she...
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Re: Effort to remove racist language from constitution appears dead

EgbertSouse ·
jizzdog, Thanks for the good advice, negro. Next time I'm back in the States I'll be on the lookout for one of them ubiquitous Klan parades. Every city must have them, huh? Hmmm... now you have suspicious... The last parade I recall seeing was while visiting my cousin in the Bronx (NYC) a couple of years back. It was called, I think, the National Puerto Rican Day Parade. But now that I think about it, there sure was a lot of WHITE faces among them marchers! Could they have been members of...
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Re: Effort to remove racist language from constitution appears dead

jazzdog ·
Nergo, how utterly white of you! Yes, idiot the KKK is quite well established but then if you weren't the moron you are, you would know that. I guess the really scary part about this whole forum is that you have indicated that you actually produced offspring, I guess the best thing for all of us to hope for is that the milkman is actually their father and not you.
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Re: Do light-skinned AA (African Americans) have it easier?

nayo ·
Re: Do light-skinned AA (African Americans) have it easier?
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Re: White People And The Myth Of "Rugged Individualism"

James Wesley Chester ·
The epitome of 'rugged individualism' is often said to be personified in the person of Theodore Roosevelt. This man was idolized so much the U.S. Congress recently awared him, post-humously of course, the Medal of Honor for his participation in the The Battle of San Juan Hill. This was done in the face of shouts of 'Fraud'. It is documented that 'Teddy' Roosevelt rode up San Juan Hill while, and because, The Buffalo Soldiers held back the Puerto Rican (and Spanish?) troops him to him to make...
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Re: Real Jews?

Oshun Auset ·
Yes, the Beta Iseal(Children of Isreal) also known derogatorily as the Falashas, of which, Dr. Ben's Father was one(and he was raised as such). His mother was an Afro-Puerto Rican. The Beta Isreal speak a version of Hebrew that was previosely believed to be a dead language and they were considered a lost tribe(before Ashkenazi contact of course, the Yemenese Jews had contact with them for centuries). They also did not adhere to, or know about the Babylonian Talmud and only followed the...
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Re: Black Women Should Date White Guys

AfroSTRONG ·
That's a totally ridiculous proposal. I'm a heterosexual 22 year old very dark skinned African man (born in Amerikkka) living in the New York City region, with its 3 million black people (combining NYC, Long Island, Westchester, Newark, etc). There's nothing more beautiful in the whole world than a black woman. Period. I think most black men agree with me, and the degree to which there's a perception that black men are hung up on white women is perpetuated by a white media system and white...
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Re: Not Modeling The "Model": The New White Flight

Negrological ·
I didn't ask you about "people" or some general reason why people ask questions. Your question was clearly a rhetorical question with little bit of nothing innocent and mere fact finding about it.[/QUOTE] two points: 1) you've made a poor assumption...my question wasn't rhetorical. 2) i'll rephrase the 'question' answer for you. what is the purpose of a question, you ask? I ask questions because I'M trying to obtain information to achieve personal clarification AND understanding. typically...
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Re: OH MY GOD!!!

Kweli4Real ·
I have a Puerto Rican friend from NYC. I didn't believe in demonic possession until she told me of an experience she had. I have never known this woman to lie. She was over a friends house while they were performing a ritual. She had her infant son with her, but he was in a back bedroom asleep. She told me that an older woman came into the house, looked around and told everyone if they were afraid or if they had bad feelings toward the man, they should leave now. My friend described how the...
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Re: Dating a sista/brotha after she/he went white...

tru2urself16 ·
I don't understand why exactly this would bother you. I have dated a white guy before...I've also dated a puerto rican, mexican, and (of course) black man. And I must say that I am not confused at all. I figure why should I put restrictions, based on color, on who I fall in love with. I also know what your saying about knowing our history in this country and all of that. I took afican american studies in both high school and college, so I know a lot about our history too. But I also know...
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Re: Dating a sista/brotha after she/he went white...

Black Viking ·
Actually HB, this list is so good... I'm just going to print the whole thing out right here. Sure, Shango. Here you go... A * Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, former basketball player, Black mother and White father * Andre Agassi, tennis player Jessica Alba, actress, Mexican Indian father and Canadian mother of Danish and French ancestry. * Tatyana Ali, actress, Black, Panamanian and Indo-Trinidadian * Shola Ama, singer, She is half Dominican, quarter Irish and quarter Scottish. * Amerie, singer,...
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Re: Eminem

ArabianQueen ·
The point is, when his money and his "bling bling" will start blinding him, he will eventually rap about it. There were a couple of songs on booty though. Plus I think you're generalising when you say "all rappers". Personally, I don't take Ja Rule, P Diddy, Ludakris etc ... seriously, but they're fun to jam to. But don't stereotype. There's many classy one's such as Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Lauryn Hill to name a few that do adress issues faced by blacks. Tupac may have had his "black, peurto...
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Re: Multiracial/Biracial

Vox ·
My racial breakdown is hard to pin down, mainly because 1) I don't know who my father's father is; and 2) whoever he is/was, apparently he was Puerto Rican and therefore of undefined racial mixture. I've always been curious as to my "percentage breakdown," and what's interesting is that my best estimate put it as being actually less than 50% black. However, I know tht most about my black lineage; I know that the earliest American-born black ancestor on my mother's side was born in 1802; his...
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Re: Mexicans Battle Blacks for jobs in the ATL.

ac9311 ·
I have a question for you, What happened to the black/brown coaltion of Puerto Ricans and African Americans after the Puerto Rican students got what they wanted in New York back in the 1960's?
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Re: Mexicans Battle Blacks for jobs in the ATL.

Shango67 ·
First, Puerto Ricans never got what they wanted in New York during the 1960's. I suggest you study what happened to the Young Lords in Spanish Harlem or a number of the Latino driven housing movements that were born in the Lower East Side and the Bronx. All of the tough anti-eviction housing laws that benefit NYC tenants were due to Latino squatters who lived in neglected buildings. And if it wasn't for their resistance, landlords would not be required to provide heat and essential services...
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Re: Mexicans Battle Blacks for jobs in the ATL.

Oshun Auset ·
for nipping that in the bud. I was about to get really desturbed with the devolution of this thread...
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Re: Mexicans Battle Blacks for jobs in the ATL.

Romulus Burnett ·
I talked with an at the time co-worker who was Puerto-Rican. Not Puerto-Rican-American. I'm talking about just arrived over here on the boat. She said Puerto-Ricans vote on the issue of wanting full citizenship and they vote NO to full citizenship every time.
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Re: Mexicans Battle Blacks for jobs in the ATL.

ricardomath ·
All persons born in Puerto Rico after April 11, 1899 are US citizens. Moreover, all persons born in Puerto Rico after January 13, 1941 are natural-born US citizens. Had Obama been born in Puerto Rico, he would still be eligible to serve out his term in office as President. Your coworker was not talking about citizenship.
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Re: Mexicans Battle Blacks for jobs in the ATL.

NSpirit ·
thanks for the correct info. I should have googled it. Wonder why no Puerto Ricans have run for President?
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Re: Mexicans Battle Blacks for jobs in the ATL.

Romulus Burnett ·
I prefer the whole damn truth and nothing but. Under the Constitution of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico is described as a 'Commonwealth' and Puerto Ricans enjoy a degree of administrative autonomy similar to that of a U.S. state. Puerto Ricans have been granted U.S. citizenship in 1917 due to the Jones-Shafroth Act. The act was signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson on March 2, 1917. U.S. Federal law 8 U.S.C. § 1402 approved by the President Harry S. Truman on June 27, 1952 declared US...
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Re: Interacial marriages/dating???

yummy ·
thought i was done but i'm not. with regard to my current group of friends...my friends call me rainbow coalition, because i have such a diverse mix of people in my direct circle of friends. all of my life, due to how i was raised, i have struggled to walk the fine line that is "mixed". it takes effort to not allow yourself to be put in the black box, or the white box (most often for me it's the puerto rican box...lol). my black friends are most often the ones most guilty of trying to make...
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Re: Interacial marriages/dating???

Mariana ·
Hi, Great topic, this is one I can "get my teeth into". I'm a white mother of a 7 year old bi-racial son. His father and I never married as "he wasn't ready for marriage" for several years after our son was born and by the time he was ready I was through with it all. I never set out to date a black man. I was raised in the south and primarily have a very racist family. We met, fell in love, eventually I told my family about him (they weren't happy, this was also a point of contention between...
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Re: Where Did All the Blacks Go?

Oshun Auset ·
Maury Povich is an Askenaz Jew. (and we all know how "pure" other Europeans consider Askenaz Jews..."The final solution" anyone?)and considering his name... Rita Moreno..is Puerto Rican...from what I've read 80% of people in Puerto Rico are mixed with African blood, so with a name like that, and in Puerto Rico "morena" usually refers to someone of African ancestry, not just a brunette, unlike brazil...nuff said.
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Re: Where Did All the Blacks Go?

AudioGuy ·
I've never heard of the Askenaz Jew - enlighten me. Maybe Shakespeare had it wrong when he wrote that "...a rose is still a rose...".
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Re: Amnesty and Undocumented Workers

ZAKAR ·
Black Latin America This page focuses on the people of African descent in Latin America. There is confusion as to who should be considered Black or what country should be a Latin American nation. Latinos or Latin Americans includes people from the nations in the western hemisphere whose number one language is the Latin derived Spanish. Brazil, a Portugese speaking country is included because of the similar history with Spanish-speaking nations. English-speaking Belize, although technically...
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Re: Amnesty and Undocumented Workers

zodo ·
The below is from Afro-Latino rapper Tego Calderon: BLACK PRIDE By TEGO CALDERON February 15, 2007 -- Just this morning, I was listening to radio host Luisito Vigeroux talking about a movie project that I am working on which co-stars Mayra Santos Febres and he was saying, "Her? She's starring in it?" Questioning her Black beauty. I remember, too, when Celia Cruz died, a newscaster, thinking she was being smart, said Celia Cruz wasn't black, she was Cuban. She was pretty even though she's...
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Re: Brotherhood Smoke.

NSpirit ·
This really isn't the pragmatic approach to a difference of opinion, now is it? It's hardly necessary to blow a gasket when discussing the pro-black woman stance of some posters within our cyber community. It's so wildly exaggerated that I'm quite stunned at the irrationality of it all. Alas, some truths must be told to provide proper context for the ranting and raving that is displayed here. 1. 65% of Negrospiritual's posts are in Issues & Politics, where the majority of Romulus,...
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Re: Brotherhood Smoke.

Romulus Burnett ·
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Re: Racism pays, literally...

Yssys (Guest) ·
And you say the South can be bad??? I have to live up here with that mess! They can be just as bad as any Southern white of the 1960's! Hell I have even heard someone refer in 2004 to a black co-worker of mine as "colored"! Mind you this was a "Puerto Rican" person! Believe me the further you go up the worse they get. I believe that these people were Italian. On that note I'm going to end because I don't want to get into Yusef Hawkins.......but I guarantee they were most likely from the same...
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Re: Whites Do Not Belong in hiphop

MBM ·
Quick Question: In the earliest days of hip hop, wasn't there a bit of a Latino presence? I remember when I got to Syracuse University in 1980 I had a Puerto Rican roommate from Long Island who really introduced me to rap. He knew how to break dance, was on top of all the MC's etc. and generally seemed to be at the core of the culture - as it was then. He certainly knew as much about rap as my black friends from the NYC. BTW - anybody who wasn't from NYC didn't have a clue about rap back...
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Re: Whites Do Not Belong in hiphop

Oshun Auset ·
Yes...and largely Afro-Latino...that's why people didn't really take notice. 2 of the members in the Furious Five(of Melle Mell and the Furious Five) are "Puerto-Rican"...have fun figuring out who...Much like the Jamaican "Sound system" is the basis for the "DJ" (DJ Kool Herc)...The only difference is where the slave ship landed...In the African melting pot of the NY projects...everyone contributed.
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Re: should there be a license for parenting?

ma'am ·
I don't trust society with too much authority over an individual's right to reproduce. Look at how society has abused sterilization by taking away reproductive rights from more than a third of Puerto Rican women at one point. Nevermind the countless African-American women in the South, Chicanos in California and American Indians elsewhere. It was all said to be in the best interest of the children, the family, the state, the country's payroll. . . It's the voiceless who get hurt every time.
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Re: should there be a license for parenting?

ma'am ·
The state cannot be trusted with our loins. I have found more reason for the bad taste in mouth feeling I get when reading about government input. I was reading about Fannie Lou Hamer. During a testimony on Washington, she said that about 6 in 10 Black women in Sunflower County who went to the hospital were sterilized. She said Mississippi's excuse was that the practice would cut down on illegitimate births, however, Hamer said that they did this to Black women, period. Married or not. The...
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Re: Africans in America: Blessing or Curse

girlfromthenc ·
I thought this was self explanitory! The colors and everything looks "African". Are you telling me someone so obessed with "being African" has not noticed the pattern of using Red, green, brown and/or Black in African countries flags?
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Re: Africans in America: Blessing or Curse

girlfromthenc ·
lol. Jennifer Lopez would be welcomed if she said she was "African" and not "Puerto Rican".......which I don't think that will happen anytime soon. I don't think the "African Diaspora" will get many members if all its members must give up every other ethnicity, racial hertiage, or culture (that they and their parents share) to be "African". And that's a shame. Because sooooooooo many people in the world have (Black)African blood you know!
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Re: Africans in America: Blessing or Curse

Oshun Auset ·
I didn't say anything about anyone renouncing their Puerto Rican culture/heritage/birth...What are you talking about? You can be a Puerto Rican National and simultaneousely a member of the African diaspora. Please refrain from putting words in my mouth. Secondly, there is already a huge population of African/Black people outside of Africa that literally "claim" being members of the African diapsora as an identity. Only those that are unaware or completely ignorant of the diaspora would think...
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Re: Africans in America: Blessing or Curse

girlfromthenc ·
No, I'm not putting words in your mouth I'm only emphasizing contradictory statements. You claim "Black Americans" are "Africans" IN America because they are descendents of African slaves. Yet you claim Jennifer Lopez (who has also admitted to "African slave blood") would only be claimed as an "African" in Puerto Rico if she WISHED to join the Diapora. Is there some kind of Color Code were folks brown skinned on down have to claim to be "Africans" and folks biege colred on up don't have to...
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Re: Real African-American Culture Is Superior to Psuedo-African Culture

X ·
^^^^^^^^ I haven't read all the posts yet, just skimmed through but 1) who said JLo had African ancestry. Where did this Puerto Ricans have Black blood shyt come from? There are Black Puerto Ricans, not every Puerto Rican necessarily has African ancestry, whoever said JLo had some Black in her? 2) Why are you worrying about us ( Africans ) one way or the other? What is it? What is it you disagree with? the African pan-Africanists who try and say BA's are Africans, they're are BA...
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Re: Black History vs. African-American History?

girlfromthenc ·
Here's a link about just how AFRICAN the average Puerto Rican is!(the second link) I'm too lazy to dig up the article about Palenstines being about 35% African! Racially what is the difference between MOST Afro-American being 75% African and these two averaging 50% and 35% respectably? The only difference in us is that Black Americans LOVE TO ADMITT AND PRAISE THEIR AFRICAN ANCESTORS! We are not ashamed of ours. http://backintyme.com/Essay040608.htm...
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Re: Real African-American Culture Is Superior to Psuedo-African Culture

girlfromthenc ·
My god educate yourself X. How can someone argure how childish someone else sounds and you dont' even KNOW ABOUT ANY NON-AFRICAN HISTORY? puerto rican "African" admixture link Now notice how many countries have "MULATTO" populations. For example the DOMINCIAN REPLUBIC IS 73% MULATTO, BUT IS CONSIDER "HISPANIC". CUBA IS 50% MULATTO BUT CONSIDER "HISPANIC" http://www.umsl.edu/services/govdocs/wofact2000/fields/ethnic_groups.html Can you even try to understand just how many millions upon...
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Re: Real African-American Culture Is Superior to Psuedo-African Culture

X ·
"My god educate yourself X. How can someone argure how childish someone else sounds and you dont' even KNOW ABOUT ANY NON-AFRICAN HISTORY? puerto rican "African" admixture link Now notice how many countries have "MULATTO" populations. For example the DOMINCIAN REPLUBIC IS 73% MULATTO, BUT IS CONSIDER "HISPANIC". CUBA IS 50% MULATTO BUT CONSIDER "HISPANIC" http://www.umsl.edu/services/govdocs/wofact2000/fields/ethnic_groups.html Can you even try to understand just how many millions upon...
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Re: Real African-American Culture Is Superior to Psuedo-African Culture

girlfromthenc ·
X, You are ASSUMING DEAD WRONG! Because someone does not identify themselves as "Black" does not mean they are not of African descent nor that they aren't MAJORITY African! Latin Americans base their "RACE" on their SKIN COLOR, and not whether they are over 50% Black in blood. I wish Africans themselves would check out other people's histories. How can you claim someone and you don't even understand who they are and what they went through? Latin Americans go be SKIN TYPES (and not Blood...
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Re: Real African-American Culture Is Superior to Psuedo-African Culture

EbonyRose ·
girl ... Speaking of checking out other people's histories, could you share with us how you know the histories of any of these people you are talking about? Are you JLo's personal genealogical consultant or something .. or is your knowledge based on what you purport to know about Puerto Ricans? Are you Puerto Rican? Do you even know any? Or what about Victoria Rowell? If you wouldn't mind, could you explain how you know the ancestral blood-content of her ... or her daughter? Did you sit down...
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Re: Senate Hopeful Wants to Woo Black Voters With Kool Aid, KFC, And Watermelons

sunnubian ·
When in the hell are Black people going to WAKE-THE-"F"-UP?!! Can't Black people see that this is a very deliberate attempt on his part to insult and stereotype Black people in exchange for a 'pat-on-the-head' from racist Whites and racist White republicans. He's been duped into believing, [like many Latinos/Mexicans/non=White minorities] that all they have to do is be racist against Black people and do and say things to insult Black people, and it will gain them 'acceptance' into the "White...
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Re: Cornel West: Why I Endorse Green Party's Jill Stein Over "Neoliberal Disaster" Hillary Clinton

Norland ·
Sing this to the Coon Train: Trump's comin', Trump's comin', Trump's comin'. He'll never be able to get his foot where Clarence's went. It doesn't much matter who becomes president in this joint. No one likes black people; some black people don't like black people. If these Caucasoids get into some kind of war like in Iraq, which they're able to do at the drop of a hat, just hope they HATE OUR EVER HATED GUTS and don't ask a damn thing black other a fly to PARTICIPATE. They can put the FLIES...
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Re: Doll Creator Shuts Down Suggestion That Her Dolls Are ‘Too Dark’

Norland ·
If the doll's too dark for you, don't buy it. I think she's pretty. There are dark skinned people ya know. Everyone does not look the color of snow balls. Melanin protects from the sun. Africa's hot. Black people are built for the sun. That's WHY our ancestors were picking everything under the sun. Our bodies are equpped. Melanin baby!!!!! Keeps us from looking like crepe paper corpses at age 50 on a good day; 25 on a bad one. White skin doesn't look good sun burned or riddled with skin...
 
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