|Prickly Pete |
Excellent. I detect a subtle hint of Kelly Bundy-esque "Oh no, did I say that out loud or just think it?" in her face for just a half second before she remembers she's in a safe place.
I like how male douche implies that the racial profiling stop-and-frisk would have helped stop or prevented heavily armed assassins that arrived by car
OMG Fox just digging it deeper
"Why are we pulling tools away from our officers?"
Because they are murdering lots of people they shouldn't with them.
Ever see a UK policeman engage a criminal wielding a knife?
Spoiler: He doesn't have to shoot the person to get the knife away and pacify the situation.
Anyone else notice the "I'm a 20-something Independent New York Woman" actor on the right? It's like she went too far off script and her cranial implant shocked her until she said everyone should have guns.
No, only the cops should have guns. The over-militarized cops, who are here for our protection.
I think we should over-militarize our boots to his face.
|Binro the Heretic |
If I could have one wish, it would be for a magic wand that changes people's ethnicity.
I would dearly love to change the Joe Blow white jackass in the middle into a black guy for just one week.
Fox loves uncle toms (of any race). He'd have a great time venting all that racism built up his spleen.
Turning him into a scary looking Arab man with a long beard would be about the same.
I love how they parade any Carlton Banks who shows up to the party shouting, "SEE! We have black friends, we're not racist!!!!!"
Also It cracks me up how they've gone from absolute distrust of the government to wanting to give the police tanks. That'll make it easier for them to drag you off to a FEMA camp, suckers!
|Adham Nu'man |
I think we need a "Bad Guys" tag
|Jet Bin Fever |
"Bad Guys" is a particularly invective euphemism.
"Bad Guys" is a term commonly used by law enforcement, apparently.
That has got to be the pussiest, most dehumanizing catch-all justification to randomly shoot strangers that I've ever heard. And all the people you and I already suspected were viewing the world through a perspective of oversimplified, child-like naivete have now given everyone ample evidence for that suspicion.
I can't think of a more on point metaphor for the stupidity of racism and racial profiling. She specifically says that skin tones identify "bad guys" and is so focused on this she complains we can't identify the people's bad guy indicating skin tones, because it's hidden behind their ski masks and body armor.
It's a "can't see the forest for the trees" example with all symbolism stripped out. I love it.
Five stars for you, hidden under a balaclava.
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