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Displacedsoutherner

Member Since: April 10, 2012

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  • [51] May 18, 2015 at 3:52pm

    Finally, Mr Hill couldn’t call the other person a racist…although you know he was dying to find a way to do it.

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  • [17] May 18, 2015 at 11:11am

    “Next time you go by the libary check the chimbley and there probaly won’t be anything coming out.”

    “I know I should OF been more pacific when you and me went by there, just in case there was any problems.”

    And my favorite: Voila! (French) ie “there it is”, “it’s finished” , “behold what I’ve done” , now almost universally pronounced and (sadly) written: “Wa-la”

    (Kill me now)

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  • [4] May 15, 2015 at 11:08am

    I would chalk that up to an autofill typo in a hurried response, butt ewe never no.

    What appalls me in the principal made “an exception for patriotism”. What a guy.

  • [61] May 4, 2015 at 6:13pm

    But now they’re not working and getting paid. And one has to ask what is expiration date on using the term “we” to refer to events that happened to others 150 years ago “’cause we wudn’t there”.

    And I heard one welfare queen back when Mister Billy signed the Welfare Reform Act say that making them work to get “their” free money was just like slavery all over.

    As the pilot’s kid said in “Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome” :

    “Dad, dad, we’re dead meat, we’re dead meat.” Bingo.

  • May 2, 2015 at 4:19pm

    There are a couple of island communities along the Maine coast that have been there for 150 years and there are still only a handful of different family names, so the South has no monopoly on wide but shallow gene pools. But to assume a southern accent denotes stupidity is prejudice based mostly on media stereotypes and a mistake many crafty southerners will use to their advantage.

  • [2] May 2, 2015 at 10:18am

    Re: the Hoodie comment, I assume you’re referring to Geraldo’s diatribe after the Trayvon Martin incident. The point was that while wearing a hoodie isn’t evidence of anything the wearer should understand that he’s making a choice to immerse himself in guilt by association, whether factual or not. Same would be true for a suburban yuppie to shave his head and get Nazi tattoos and then be surprised that everyone who saw him, especially in law enforcement, would make negative assumptions based on his appearance.

    Since the hoodie is the de facto garment of choice for the black thug class, let the wearer beware lest he be treated as something he isn’t. Note virtually all the gleeful participants shown on the in-store videos of looting, at least in Ferguson, are wearing hoodies as though it’s the uniform of the day.

    Doesn’t have to be right (in the larger sense) or fair to be true, but if you want to look tough and try the gangsta vibe, be careful what you wish for.

  • May 2, 2015 at 8:39am

    She’s definitely got the “Mussolini”, chin up in defiance pose, figured out; Obama’s PR flacks must have been working with her already.

  • [9] May 2, 2015 at 7:43am

    Not so fast MK2, if preying on black folks to the level of criminal activity is a disqualifier then every black politician in the country and all the likes of Rev’s Al and Jesse would also be disqualified since none of them would get anywhere if they didn’t count on the ignorance and dependency of poor black people on whom they can run their scams to keep themselves in custom made suits and wearing Rolex’s
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    The only difference is when they show up at the house to take everything you own they do in a limo vs kicking in the back door…or their minions with govt ID’s do it for them.

    At least the burglar has some “real world experience” unlike the mayor of Baltimore who never even looked for a job outside of politics from the minute she graduated from law school. Yet another “theory of governance” devotee who thinks taking college Poli-Sci classes taught by uber-Libs is all the experience needed to run (and ruin) other people’s lives.

  • [7] May 1, 2015 at 12:35pm

    How about the issue being retiring with pension and benefits whereas if it had been private sector he would have been sued, EEOC suit to the company and civil personal suit, and fired.

    An HR fact that execs in real world know: sexual harassment opens them to personal liability so “Mr can’t keep his hands to himself” or “only promotes good looking women”, can explain to his wife and family why he lost his job and why they’re losing their home.

  • [1] May 1, 2015 at 11:58am

    or Canadians in this case.

  • [2] April 30, 2015 at 4:33pm

    Do they make industrial strength Hoverounds? I would have guess they maxed out at 500 lbs load rating. He may need to move up to an LCAC if his future plans include hovering.

  • [2] April 30, 2015 at 4:29pm

    I think you mean all talk and no waddle.

  • [7] April 30, 2015 at 4:27pm

    To quote Crocodile Dundee: You that (puny thing) a knife? Now THAT’S a knife.

  • [2] April 30, 2015 at 12:21pm

    I think you mean segregation vs racism. Black folks hanging voluntarily primarily with other black folks is self-segregation. Ditto for white folks except to us the labe “racist” is applied.

    Are Americans of Chinese descent more comfortable in predominantly Chinese neighborhoods because they’re racists? Hispanics? Koreans? Nope, just white people.

  • [2] April 30, 2015 at 11:39am

    Hey wait a minute, I love “mock apple pie” made with Ritz Crackers and I had to Google the recipe, does that make me a racist black person?

    The above logic is as valid as is the basis for the survey.

  • [9] April 29, 2015 at 4:55pm

    My issue with dining rising from $100 for a couple, is that the expectations almost never match the experience and minor issues that are easily overlooked, slow service, bad timing, at less expensive restaurants expand exponentially as the price goes up. And above $200 to $250 per couple there is no food that good so I figure I’m getting fleeced and have a terrible time.

    IMO those who rave about absurdly expensive meals do so to boost their egos with the idea that mere mortals just can’t discern the subtleties that they can, or throw money away at their rate, with a “pearls before swine” attitude aimed at the rest of us. And my wife is a retired food professional with credentials that include Le Cordon Bleu (the original one in France) training and being a Ritz-Carlton chef, lest any think Denny’s is my version of haute cuisine…although they do have very nice pictures of the food on the menus and great breakfasts.

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  • [86] April 28, 2015 at 2:22pm

    I used to sit on a fee arbitration panel for the local Bar Assoc and we heard a very similar, intent to sue from the outset, scam one day. A woman would apply for a job as a hotel maid with the understanding that the days she would be required to work would not necessarily be Mon-Fri. As soon as her schedule showed her working on a Saturday she would refuse to go in claiming she was a Seventh Day Adventist; a fact not previously disclosed.

    When the hotel said work Saturday or be fired she’d sue. In order to avoid litigation the hotels would pay her off $5k to $10k of which her sleazy lawyer would get a cut. She filed for fee arbitration when she decided, after working the scam 6 or 7 times, that her lawyer’s cut was getting too high.

    So like the “emotionally scarred” lesbians, the plan from the outset was to shop for a reason to sue and then sue. It had nothing to do with getting a cake or any subsequent emotional distress.

    Also, what satisfaction would any rational adult derive from the fruits of forced performance for what should be a positive experience? Turned around the Left would deem it bordering on a hate crime if the Klan demanded a cake that said “The God Hates N*****”" from a black owned bakery then sued to get it.

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  • [6] April 28, 2015 at 10:50am

    The Hoodie, official uniform of black yutes up to no good. But the hood does make a great handle for yanking one of the young, disaffected miscreants backwards by Mom.

  • [28] April 28, 2015 at 9:49am

    Now hold on a minute, I distinctly remember the Dems blaming the Tea Party-ers for all sorts of heinous acts, the fact that none of them happened is irrelevant.

  • April 28, 2015 at 9:33am

    Don’t forget the recent comment by black female Obama dept head, ICE maybe, who said given the choice of following the law or following Obama’s dictates she’d ignore the law.

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