|Anaxagoras - 2016-06-23 |
I love how the guy who better fits the stereotype of the racist Southerner (Shaved head! Much thicker accent! Football jersey!) is actually the guy who is offended by the billboard.
That detail made my day. You go, guy with a very thick accent! America genuinely needs more people like you.
Sorry.... he's *one* of the guys offended by the billboard. He wasn't the only one, obviously.
shaved head is getting popular as a dignified way to go through baldness.
you can see the guy has a pretty ugly receding hairline otherwise.
Plus, the styling regiment only consists of two easy steps:
1. Wash head
2. Dry head
|Binro the Heretic - 2016-06-23 |
But if we make America White again, who will do all the hard dirty work?
I hope you're not expecting other White people to do it, because fuck that noise.
Lets be honest, white people (or more generally, people with legal status) don't "do hard dirty work" because they expect to get paid a decent amount and have safe conditions with benefits.
The only reason illegal labor is used is because businesses can avoid paying taxes on it, pay significantly lower wages, not pay for benefits, not pay for safety standards, not pay for sick days, not pay for insurance, and generally abuse the laborers under threat of reporting them to authorities.
That aside, there are plenty of legal residents (white and non-white) who work at very hard and nasty jobs in government sanitation, construction and similar fields because the jobs generally have union organization with good pay and benefits.
Binro the Heretic
Yeah, but more and more anyone who does physically-demanding and/or menial labor for a living is looked down on. Even White people who do things like digging ditches and mopping floors are considered "failures." Unless, of course, it's a temporary state. "Hey, I'm just flipping burgers until I get my degree" or something like that.
No way are the majority of White people are going to be happy if they get stuck in low-paying dead end jobs that will never lead to them being tech billionaires.
"More and more". Could just be you're becoming more and more insecure about your own station in life and you feel it more and more necessary to project on "white people".
Binro the Heretic
Being White, I have special insight to the thought processes of White people.
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-06-24 |
"Tyler says the comment is not meant to be racist."
|chumbucket - 2016-06-24 |
Make America Red Again
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