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Re: Nick Cannon "I'm addicted to white women"

msprettygirl ·
i guess he started out with black girls then went on to a spanish girl, it was only natural that a white girl would come next. but seeing how silly he is, he's probably joking about being addicted to white girls. i saw him once on bourbon street and he was drunk off his butt.for those who don't know bourbon street is a street where you can openly drink alcohol, as long as it is in a cup.there are tons of bars, daiquari shops, strip clubs and good old dirty fun. Mardi Gras is big on bourbon...
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Re: Nick Cannon "I'm addicted to white women"

Huey ·
Isn't Christina Milian a black Latina? I'm surprised he didn't try to make move on Rasika Mathur or the other women on his MTV show "Wild N'Out."
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Re: The Elephant in the Room While Black Kids Misbehave? Single Parent Homes

MBM ·
As a parent of two young school age boys I have seen this phenomenon first hand. Little white boys can swing from the ceiling and they are "cute". Let a little black boy do anything - exibiting energy and vibrance outside a very narrow prescribed box of behavior - and it's a problem. The elephant in the room is white racism against black children. Black kids never get the benefit of the doubt that white teachers would want for their own kids (hence they generously shovel it out for other...
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Re: Claude Steele Discusses How Group Stereotypes Can Influence Intellectual Performance

James Wesley Chester ·
I felt guilty. I started thinking, 'Not another one.' by the time I got to 'alcohol myopia' I was thinking, 'What self-serving, academic bull shit.' How dare someone offer this crap as a 'worthy endeavor'. Here is a PhD who has decided that the significant behavioral study for African American teenage males is how stereotypes can influence 'intellectual performance'. I had notice the name, Steele, but I thought, 'Naw'. Such intellectual bullshit!!!!!!!!!111 PEACE Jim Chester
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Re: Discribe posters as a Drink

Khalliqa ·
I don't drink.... so I had a hard time understading what all of this meant.... So I researched it on the net.... Here's what I found: The flavor of Bailey's is also quite distinct, and I believe you'd never forget it if you've ever tried it. It is very creamy and rich tasting, slightly sweet. It goes quite well with any recipe you may have that calls for coffee or chocolate! For as rich as it tastes, Bailey's is surprisingly low in calories, just around 130 per serving (by itself). When...
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Re: Discribe posters as a Drink

Black Viking ·
Damn Frenchy! I thought I knew my alcohol... but I had no idea how much I didn't know! You and I should definitely have a drink sometime. I'm sure that there is much I could learn from the experience.
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Re: Discribe posters as a Drink

FireFly ·
bubbly msprettygirl : New Orleans Fizz Also known as a Ramos Fizz. Created in the late 1800's by Henry C. Ramos in New Orleans. This drink became so popular that by the 1915 Mardi Gras celebration Ramos' 35 "shaker boys" could not keep up with demand. INGREDIENTS: 1 1/2 oz gin 1/2 oz lime juice 1/2 oz lemon juice 1/2 oz powdered sugar 1/4 oz cream 1 egg white 3-4 dashes fleurs d'orange (orange flower water) 1/4 oz club soda PREPARATION: Place all of the ingredients into a shaker with ice...
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Re: Discribe posters as a Drink

Black Viking ·
Not quite. An Irish Car Bomb is a shot of Bailey's and another alcohol (amaretto I think) dropped into a half a glass of Guiness. It's straight and simple, and quite a head rush.
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

Rowe ·
Because again, underneath it all, these particular women share the same mindset and backgrounds as the "thugs" to whom they are attracted. Usually, a woman who is attracted to thugs has a host of other issues with which she is dealing. The women that you are describing most likely grew up in dysfunctional homes and around "thuggish" people themselves. The parents most likely drank alcohol, smoked weed and cigarettes, ate poorly, had low ambition, and ultimately set poor examples to the...
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

Rowe ·
I disagree. Natural meat eaters eat flesh raw. Accordingly, natural meat eaters have claws, sharp teeth, sweat through the mouth, have a short intenstine which is two thirds the length of their bodies (humans are 30 ft. long), their jaws move up and down only, and the stomach can digest hair. Humans lack all of these natural meat eating habits and attributes. Furthermore, the human intestinal tract causes meat to stay in the body for up to 3 days. This causes toxins to be aborbed in the body...
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

Khalliqa ·
Rowe.... Rowe.... Rowe.... Rowe..... My Sista...... We share soooo much..... I knew there was something about you I liked... Couldn't put my finger on it... Until now.... Just wanted to let you know I think you're right on point.... By the way.... Love your avatar.... Is that a Faith Ringold portrait? UNOI? You have a PM coming..... Peace, Virtue
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Re: I'm In Love With A Stripper?

Rowe ·
I totally agree. I'm not at all implying that Black people, or Black men in particular, are the only group of men who enjoys seeing nude women or patronizing strip clubs. Black people are also not the only group in America committing violence, using, and/or selling narcotics, but seemingly, we ARE the only group who likes to broadcast our "sins" to the world, almost to point of showing off. We don't seem to have any shame or embarressment about anything. Everyone knows that White people use...
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Re: I'm In Love With A Stripper?

HonestBrother ·
Rowe, I think you're way off in left field on this one.... You ever hear Eric Clapton's song "Cocaine"? There are tons of songs by white musicians about drugs and strippers...
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Re: I'm In Love With A Stripper?

HonestBrother ·
John Lee Hooker One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer One bourbon, one scotch, and one beer One bourbon, one scotch, and one beer Hey mister bartender come here I want another drink and I want it now My baby she gone, she been gone two night I ain't seen my baby since night before last One bourbon, one scotch, and one beer (spoken: ) And then I sit there Gettin' high Mellow Knocked out Feeling good And by the time I look on the wall At the old clock on the wall By that time It was ten thirty...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Melesi ·
As have I, and at no time did I ever mean a "slave" or a "worker," which the Czech word meant originally, which is why it appeared in a science-fiction work in the early Twenties and has been with us ever since. When we use the word "debonair," we don't mean someone who smells good, though that is what the word meant originally. And "malaria," no longer means "bad air," but rather a mosquito-borne disease. One who is "dextrous" is able, not "right-handed," which is what the Latin term meant.
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Re: Too Much Sex?

Rowe ·
Sex is derived from sexus. Sexus means to cut off, separate, take a part of and amputate. The full meaning of sex was understood in African society. And according Dr. Llaila O. Afrika, author of African Holistic Health , sex is part of the Tree of Life. Sexual abuse cuts off life. Animals and plants that have excessive sex have short lifespans. Fruit trees that produce large crops year afer year have short lifespans. In men, excessive ejaculation of sperm causes impotency, weakens thinking,...
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Re: License to Drink?

Frenchy ·
How on earth would you ever enforce that? Nevermind the fact that you'd be penalizing people over and over for their DWI (which absolutely outrages me), you would just push up the number of people buying alcohol for others and buying fake licenses. Liquor stores would never go for it, either. Furthermore, people swerving all over the road are not necessarily under the influence of liquor. Scan these toxicology reports and see how many people are hopped up on everything BUT liquor. If people...
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Re: License to Drink?

MBM ·
Easily. They are already required by law to check ID for age. So the ID has something on it which says that this person is not eligible to buy alcohol - heck a scarlet letter or something. Precisely. Someone who has committed a number of DUI's does not deserve the privilege to drive and further endanger others. In the same way that sexual predators are required to "check in" with the local police any time they move - this would be a similar penalty to try to prevent a needless death or...
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Re: License to Drink?

Frenchy ·
Child molestors can check in every once and again with the police (which is never really enforced in any meaningful way), but drunk drivers should be stamped with a scarlett letter or something?? And this seems rational to you? Nothing seems... amiss? This is already addressed. They have their licenses taken away. And as you can see it doesn't stop people from driving. If you want to address the driving, which is the actual problem , address the driving. Leave the buying liquor out of it.
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Re: License to Drink?

Blacksanction ·
A person convicted of DWI could be placed on probation with the restriction to abstain from the possession and or use of alcohol. As for liquor stores doing checks that might work in for the first few years until the drunk morons caught on but there are so many ways that a person can obtain alcohol that the checking of id is almost a moot point. Until some folks realize that drunk driving is more of a threat to all than gun violence the stats will remain high. Why do we spend more money...
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Re: License to Drink?

Frenchy ·
Texas Star , what do you mean by illegal drivers? People with suspended licenses or no licenses?? Because then the stamping is moot. They just have to say they don't have a license and produce some other form of ID with a birth year and buy their liquor as usual. As a matter of fact, anyone could do that. Y'all have some sticks up your ass the size of Maine. Remind me never to party with you. Background checks for liquor?? I gotta wait 3 days for a damn FBI check before I can sip on some...
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Re: License to Drink?

Yemaya ·
I think its a bad idea. An alcoholic, which I believe are the majority of repeat DWI and DUI offenders, will do anything to get alcohol. I've known people who have gone to drinking alcohol based antiseptics diluted with water or mouthwash. So should we limit the sales of mouthwash?? The alcohol is not the issue, its the alcoholic.
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Re: License to Drink?

James Wesley Chester ·
The alcohol is not the issue, its the alcoholic.---Yemaya Can we say, 'DUH' together? Clearly, the problem is the person. PEACE Jim Chester
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Re: License to Drink?

MBM ·
The logic seems to be - since they are addicted to alcohol - let's not make it any harder for them to access it. That makes sense how??? Again - it seems a rather clear choice for the multiple DUI offender: you can either drink or you can drive, but you can't do both. If someone has committed multiple DUI's then it is clear that they have a problem. Frenchy - that person doesn't have "bad luck". They are a menace and society needs to be protected from them. How many years have we heard...
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Re: License to Drink?

Frenchy ·
A couple of things: 1 - That's a big assumption that these people are all alcoholics. I'm not an alcoholic and I've certainyl driven at least twice under the influence. I very well could've had 2 or 3 DUIs. 2 - Are you running a one-man AA program or addressing drunk driving? Once again, the problem is the driving, not the drinking. Even if they are alcoholics, it is not YOUR place (and certainly not the government's place) to get into people's lives and decide you are going to make them...
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Re: Could you be a model?

MidLifeMan ·
Not without a lot of alcohol first
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Re: Jokes for a Laugh & a Smile

Fabulous ·
Southern Virgin There once was a young man named Billy Bob. Now, Billy Bob was a normal Southern boy looking for a nice Southern girl to be his wife. One day, at a mud wrestling match, he met beautiful Tammy Jo. They fell in love and got married. To celebrate their marriage they spent their wedding night at a Super 8 motel in their home town. Tammy Jo was very excited. She had bought some nice lingerie and Billy Bob thought she was absolutely breathtaking. As they were getting hot and heavy,...
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Re: I. The Right To Healthcare and Well-Being

urbansun ·
Sorry I am late to this. One thing I noticed about the book was the etiology (sickness origin) of all the disparity between blacks and whites was one thing --> Control The reason I was pissed at the book was because it was light on creating mechanism to increase community control, and strong on creating mechanisms by which government (white majority) would be the ones administering the things to correct the disparity. How irrational is that? That is why as a blanket answer to any question...
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Re: Jokes for a Laugh & a Smile

HonestBrother ·
YOU MIGHT BE A REDNECK IF 1. If you buy incence candles at WalMart. 2. If you can play the banjo. 3. Your soap on a rope doubles as an air freshener. 4. If you think a volvo is a part of female anatomy 5. Your wife's hairdo attracts bees. 6. There are more than ten lawsuits currently pending against your dog. 7. People hear your car long before they see it. 8. Your best ashtray is a turtle shell. 9. Your sophisticated show-biz cousin is a rodeo clown. 10. Your secret family recipe is...
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Re: I. The Right To Healthcare and Well-Being

Rowe ·
I am very much interested in Black people's health and well-being, but I have yet to review the healthcare proposal outlined in Smiley's book. I do know this, however, whatever Smiley has suggested in his latest book, it had better be powerful enough to dismantle Black people's traditional ways of thinking in terms of how food should taste and be prepared and it had better be effective enough to help Black people avoid the powerful lure and temptation of food advertisments, which like...
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Re: Jokes for a Laugh & a Smile

Fabulous ·
Originally posted by HonestBrother: YOU MIGHT BE A REDNECK IF 6. There are more than ten lawsuits currently pending against your dog. 7. People hear your car long before they see it. 8. Your best ashtray is a turtle shell. 14. If the bell on your altar was ever worn by an animal. 15. You've ever re-used a paper plate. 16. You've ever used scissors on food. 19. You keep your teeth and your goldfish in the same glass. 22. If it takes your whole entire large family to show 25 teeth. 23. If a...
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Re: Jokes for a Laugh & a Smile

Fabulous ·
Know why they raised the minimum drinking age in Tennessee to 32? They wanted to keep alcohol out of the high schools. ******************* What do they call reruns of "Hee Haw" in Mississippi? Documentaries ***************** Where was the toothbrush invented? Arkansas. If it were invented anywhere else, it would have been called a teethbrush. ************************ Did you hear about the $3,000,000 Tennessee State Lottery? The winner gets $3 a year for a million years.
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Re: North Carolina Black Woman Raped by White Lacrosse Team

Rowe ·
Duke Lacrosse Player: 'I'm Absolutely Innocent' Monday, May 15, 2006 DURHAM, N.C. "” A third Duke University lacrosse player indicted for his role in the alleged rape of a 27-year-old exotic dancer said Monday that he is "absolutely innocent" of all charges and that the allegations against him "are lies, fabricated ... and they will be proven wrong." David Evans, a 23-year-old senior, is facing first-degree charges of forcible rape, sexual offense and kidnapping. Accompanied by his lawyers,...
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Re: Marijuana.

soul_doctor73 ·
With as much information that is available on the diseases related to alcohol and tobacco use, it would stand to reason that an equal amount would be present for a 'drug' such as marijuana. But there is not. Not only this, Alcohol and Tobacco kill millions. Marajuana has been accused to 'invovelment' in fatal accidents, but no one has dropped dead from marijauna use. But they sure feel better if they us it 'medicinally'. They eat. The sleep. They laugh and play. They think and meditate, they...
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Re: Marijuana.

soul_doctor73 ·
Oh. I see. You point is to elimate the crime 'associated' with it? You don't have to 'condone' the 'smoking of MJ'. Your moral code cannot encompass a natural occurance. You don't have to encourage anyone to use it, they 'use' it of their own free will. And what you 'think' is wrong with it is based on what you have been taught about it. But answer this question: what do 'you' know to be wrong with it? I don't condone it. I don't encourage it. I don't think there is anything wrong with it.
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Re: Your High School Prom

Nykkii ·
okay i'll bite. prom. went with my first love who was my best friend from age 4(we are still good friends). he was a track star, on his way to a big-time singing career and our families were extremely close. (he is currently touring Japan) i think my best memory of prom was what happened after school. a white stretch limo and a dozen roses were waiting for me after school for my ride home. i remember everyone rushing back into school to get me and tell me there was a limo waiting for me in...
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Re: Marijuana.

Tigers37 ·
I agree with many of you, bud should be legailized. It was legal until Prohibition, when alcohol and weed were made illegal. How alcohol got thru but not weed is not known to me. My guess is that too much "gangster" money was getting away, and they couldn't control the "mob." Marijuana has a number of medicinal aids, especially those taking chemo and similar medicines. I realize that's not the only reason to legalize but it is a recreational drug. Of course, the downsize to the legalization...
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Re: Marijuana.

MBM ·
The contradiction in our drug policy vis-a-vis marijuana and alcohol is extraordinary. Can anyone argue that alcohol is less destructive than marijuana? If you can't, then something other than the welfare of American citizens is driving our policy. Further, tobacco is even worse. It kills enthusiastically. Yet both are legal and marijuana is not. I am intrigued with decriminalization, not because of the above, but because I think it could be a way to eliminate a source of crime that's...
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Re: Marijuana.

soul_doctor73 ·
It's not the war on 'drugs', it's the war on Marijauna. How many commercials are shown regarding the physical harms of specific drugs? I see Marijuana. I see cigarettes just recently. Maybe 'X'. I'm still waiting on alcohol. But no crack, no heroine, no coke, no meth commercials. But on the news, you see drug 'related' crimes concerning these drugs. Crackheads and junkies who will *kill* you for their fix. But no weedheads or budsmokers out roaming the streets, suffering from withdrawls,...
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Re: Black Women and Ward Connelly

Faheem ·
Prophetess, although what you are saying has some truth to it, the way in which you are articulating it appear to me and maybe some of the other readers that you are bashing Black men. I will be the first Black man to join you in bashing Negro men who have abandoned the black family for their backwards pursuit of white women; however your statements do not appear to be limited to these men. There are thousands upon thousands of Black men today and from times past that have fought hard on...
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Re: Black Women and Ward Connelly

RadioRaheem ·
*********************************************************** 'Sometimes life is obscene' - Black Crowes Commerical Hall of Fame - All time list 'Who in the hell left the gate open???' 'Somebody put roots on me' 'I've fallen, and I can't give up!!!'
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Re: Rush Limbaugh is back...lock your medicine cabinets.

Nmaginate ·
Proper use of pain medications reduces likelihood of addiction After your car accident the pain in your back was almost unbearable, but you followed your doctor's recommendations about stretching and gradually increasing your activities. Months later, the pain is still there, and over-the-counter medications don't help much. You'd like to try something else, but you're concerned about taking anything stronger for fear that you'll become addicted. The possibility of addiction is one of the...
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Re: Police in Cincinnati??... Again?

Lofton (Guest) ·
Well said Jazzdog, Kweli4Real, and/or a very few others, "While what happened is horrifying, you can't blame the police for protecting themselves. I guarantee there is nobody on this board if attacked by a 350 lb man that you would not beat the s*** out of him to get him off you and to get him to complied with your commands." by Jazzdog "Well ... I somewhat agree with Lofton {Did I say that?}, that one lessens the chances of getting beat to death, if one does not put themselves in...
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Re: Police in Cincinnati??... Again?

Nmaginate ·
Here's some confirmation at least to some degree of what I've been trying to say. First, my own feable attempt to explain what happen here misspelling, mistaken medical concepts and all...Here's testimony or info. from Jones' lawyer (speaking about the coroner's findings)that speaks to what I tried to describe:Here's an unscientific (I guess) though interesting informative observation about asphyxiation that may occur in cases like this:
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Re: White Power Free Speech Forum

Kweli4Real ·
To be honest, when I went to that site, I laughed through a majority of the threads. The authors were clearly "whackos." All except for one poster, whose thread sent shivers down my spine. His thread took the majority of the site's posters to task calling them "cyber-warriors" in their "lone wolf fantasies." He wrote off their obsession with apocalyptic race-wars, bombings, shootings and all, as fantasy-based drivel that will never come to pass. He stated (quite correctly) that should they...
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Re: White Power Free Speech Forum

Nmaginate ·
That would be the reason way - on a human level - that I have no real problem with [Poor] WHITE POWER. It's the fact that they see "others" as their enemies or the reason why they have little or no esteem among their more affluent "brethren". They should recognize that at least by some estimation their economic condition is Paux Americana. Anytime there's an idea/concept called "White Trash" which is used loosely in class terms as well as other ways about people, in general, whose only "sin"...
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Re: WHY ARE BLACK WOMEN SCARING OFF BLACK MEN?

thelawofMAAT ·
Djon, here is an interesting article on the scyrocketing incarceration rate of bw. black women have had a 700% increase in incarceration while black men have had a 150% increase. what really gets me is that no one talks about how fast black women are being imprisoned. Leaders like jesse Jackson would rather trumpet the endangered black male than address problems concening black women. Black women have had the sharpest increase in incarceration and i haven't heard a word about this from Jesse...
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Re: Appropriate Use of Government Power?

sergeant ·
Liberals will respond to you with a definite YES, the government is 'supposed' to do all those things and more. Conservatives on the other hand are more wary of government intrusion in private lives and decisions. So, its not a yes or no question. If the people WANT something, and are fully informed about its various characteristics or dangers, but STILL want it, then they generally get what they want. Government has outlawed chemical substances, and even alcohol in the past, so obviously...
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Re: As you can See from my name Brand Clothing, I am not poor

Faheem ·
Charlotte, N.C. - Ja Rule's "Clap Back" blares inside club H20, where Jolae Smith sips champagne near the dance floor. Smith, 22, takes several sips before noticing her champagne bottle has an orange label. She looks confused. The bottle, given to her by a guy in the club, clearly is not her favorite champagne, which has a white or black label. She turns to her friend. "This ain't even Moet," she says. They place their unfinished glasses on a table next to the half-full bottle and walk away.
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Re: The Value of Suffering

Melesi ·
Faheem, I didn't quite ask that, really. What I said was that the age of a matter does not determine that matter's goodness or badness. That some things are old and yet good makes her opening comment, "The suffering argument or theory is old" irrelevant. My response to that was a polite, "So? Old things can be good." I partly agree with you, for you said that it is not the age of the matter that makes it good or bad but rather the use to which it is put. I think you are mostly right here,...
 
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