|memedumpster - 2013-08-15 |
"He's got more than a point, he's got a white man's point."
Person who wears a pink shirt has opinions about pants and gay submissive prison sex. This is a real life Thomas Lancaster DuBois.
|TeenerTot - 2013-08-15 |
How can we save our black communities?
-removal of a word
-be like white people: don't litter
-education to improve your grammar
-stop having babies
yeah, I'm being a little flippant...but he totally lost me when he lead with the pants.
Rodents of Unusual Size
In all fairness and missing the larger points aside, that does look absolutely awful. The pants thing doesn't offend me but it does make me cringe. From an aesthetic or practical point of view it makes no sense and is the visual equivalent of wearing vomit.
Sorry for being on your lawn without permission, old man. I'll get off
|lotsmoreorcs - 2013-08-15 |
maybe you should've softened that R
|exy - 2013-08-15 |
Black people, stop exhibiting symptoms of marginalization!
5) Those pants ARE ugly. 4) I also wonder about the wisdom of keeping "N" around, but I figure that, as a white man, I'm the last person to make a decision about it. 3) Littering sucks and sucks to see happen. 2) Education is, in fact, very important. 1) And teen parents' families are in fact pretty much doomed. 0) None of which really addresses a single thing to do with race problems in America.
|candyheadrobot - 2013-08-15 |
Bailed at 2:49. Five for willingly ignorant people lucky enough to be born into a better situation, who never will face the same life-altering problems, passing judgement on people who do because of "personal decisions" and not institutionalized problems which are used to others benifit a la prisons, drug trade, and politics. Also, fuck them for doing so.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-08-16 |
I think that most of the points were pretty bad except maybe the one about education. Education is always something worth pushing flat out to everyone no matter what.
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