|grimcity - 2010-08-22 |
Five for evil. That was messed up.
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-08-22 |
The leopard couldn't change his spots because obviously he wasn't working hard enough.
|Zarathustra00 - 2010-08-22 |
Around 1:28 you can hear the man in the blue hard hat yell "just look at this guy." Sure enough, another scan through the video revealed this man to be the only non-white in the crowd.
Five for the evil here and for the upcoming fox news and poetv troll defense of it.
|CharlesSmith - 2010-08-22 |
Guy Standing In Back Of Crowd Of Several Thousand People Who Agree With Him: Run away, coward!
Say that to his face without a thousand of your buddies, you despicable little invertebrate. Yelling at someone with 0 risk of them retaliating is probably the bravest thing he has ever done in his entire life. I can only hope he has enough mental capacity to have at least one moment of true reflection where he realizes this. The bravest thing he'll ever do is yell at someone he misidentified as a Muslim from behind a few dozen of his friends. He's a living avatar of cowardice, and I just hope he knows it.
|paparatti - 2010-08-22 |
My five is mostly for the scrawny but superbrave guy trying to intercept any bad stuff. What it must be like to be Muslim in America right now...
|Urkel Forever - 2010-08-22 |
The McCain campaign became the Tea Party became the Anti-Mosque Movement became the...?
It's easier to keep track of if you just use the umbrella term "Hateful Ignoramuses".
Tea Party bullshit pre-dates McCain's candidacy for President. It originated as the support base for Ron Paul and was then promptly hijacked by Republicans away from the Paul-ites and then given new "life."
|IrishWhiskey - 2010-08-22 |
They assume he's Muslim because he's black and wearing a headscarf. Even though he's not, and wearing it as a WTC carpenter. Because they know as much about Islam as they do about black people.
They remind me of the southern tourists we sometimes got in DC. I heard completely serious comments about Jews having horns hidden under yarmulkes, Illuminati symbols on buildings, and every minority they saw in a suit must be there through affirmative action. Plus they wouldn't talk to a woman in authority, and anywhere outside of a tourist spot or Applebees was a "bad neighborhood". In one case, when off work, I asked one of the couples where the time machine was. You know, the one that took them here from the 1850's.
True, and most southern tourists were perfectly reasonable and there were plenty of bigots from the big cities. Its not that the south is bad, its just that the very most anachronistic statements, and the very most overweight individuals, invariably had a think southern drawl.
|Binro the Heretic - 2010-08-22 |
We need a good, nasty-sounding word to call these ignorant hateful assholes. "Bigot" sounds too clinical.
How about "sletches"?
I wish so hard there was a word you could call people that would offend them on the level of a racial slur. So fucking hard.
"Baby boomer" is already a slur when I say it
I want to write a book about the Baby Boomer generation's effect on America. It will be called "The Worst Generation".
A lot of these people aren't baby boomers. We could just come full circle and call them the n-word.
Actually, the Greatest Generation was probably the worst generation. They openly oppressed women, blacks, homosexuals, and a rainbow of other minorities. They gave us the atom bomb, and then they actually used it. They granted amnesty to people who would make Dr. Mengele blanch in order to obtain research useful to the military. Not content with all of that, however, they strengthened/established the military-industrial complex and shipped the stupid, lazy, selfish baby boomers that they raised off to Korea and Vietnam (bit of PTSD was what the doctor ordered, apparently). Meanwhile, they had themselves a good old fashioned domestic witch hunt that needlessly ruined careers and lives all over the country. And I'm not even going to begin talking about what they did to the environment.
Boomers are perhaps the most hypocritical and obnoxious generation ever, but they certainly aren't the worst.
@Cat Mech: You can call them a lot of stuff, but I want a word that would cause the same visceral reaction in them that one associates with a strong reaction to a racial slur. I want to genuinely offend them.
|James Woods - 2010-08-22 |
This shit is so fucked up.
|Riskbreaker - 2010-08-22 |
Nothing more to say here, only FUUUUUU-
|FABIO - 2010-08-23 |
How many of these people are actually from New York?
I doubt many of them can afford to live in Manhattan so I would wager allot are from the outer boros and Jersey.
|dancingshadow - 2010-08-23 |
|Preybyemail - 2010-08-23 |
If he was there to join the hate rally, then I agree with you. I'm not sure that he was, though.
|StanleyPain - 2010-08-23 |
It's important to note, that apparently none of these people had any problem with a J.P. Morgan building being built right next to the WTC remains. J.P. Morgan as a company has, without a doubt, caused more damage and harm to Americans and the American economy than the 9/11 Terrorists could have ever hoped to accomplish and, if nothing else, were among the chief financial elements of the Enron scandal.
So, fuck every stupid, mouthbreathing fucktard that goes on about this is an "insult" to the memory of the dead is basically what I'm saying.
|chumbucket - 2010-08-23 |
welcome to the 11th gathering of the juggalos
|Rudy - 2010-08-23 |
MOSQUE SUPPORTS HAMAS
Um, all of them?
|Nyms Lives! - 2010-08-23 |
Look, I'm not saying he doesn't have a legal right to be a black man so near to a Teabagger rally. I'm just saying maybe it's in bad taste. Being a "gangbanger" so close to ground zero of the organizing zone is like the negro terrorists celebrating their victory two years ago and is disrespectful to the thousands of dead brain cells in a Teabagger's head.
|animegurl1000 - 2010-08-23 |
"I'm not a Muslim! I'm just black."
"...and I'm a member of the local carpenter's union."
|charmlessman - 2010-08-23 |
Dear Rest of the World,
We're not really like this. This is embarrassing.
Dear Rest of the World,
Actually, quite we are just like this. But so are you.
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