Then you don’t know the whole story. Dig a little deeper and you’ll get it.
[-2] August 24, 2016 at 5:04pm
Because the Blaze editors used the word “bizarre” clearly demonstrates that they have zero capacity for understanding the irony of this situation. And they have also committed yet another lie of omission by leaving out HUGE details that would explain the irony. And that it’s taken them MONTHS to pick up on this already well-known story shows again another level of journalistic incompetence. BECKFAIL!
That's not what happened. He, as a person in the public eye, tried to tell her that she, as a person in the public eye, would sometimes be the target of offensive trolls and nasty people. He essentially told her to put on her big-girl pants and suck it up instead of whining about it.
She, in turn, reported him and got him permanently banned from Twitter.
But, go with your own made-up narrative. Whatever.
Packer,boy does she need some big-girl pants and two sacks for the top.
"He essentially told her to put on her big-girl pants and suck it up instead of whining about it."
Hang on aren't we talking about Milo here who had a several week long tantrum because he lost a tiny little checkmark on his Twitter account? Let me correct my last comment here because I have to add another word to what best describes Milo. It's "provoke" and "whine".
August 24, 2016 at 1:35pm
You’re not understanding the definitions on the most basic level. There is ZERO evidence for large scale agricultural slavery before 200 BC. Such localized economies wouldn’t have been able to handle it. One might say the LH IIIa- LH IIc flax is an incipient version of this, but on a much smaller scale. You might wanna look that one up.
August 24, 2016 at 12:09pm
That’s the definition for amateurs. For PROFESSIONALS it’s highly exploitative agricultural versus domestic household labor. Try Cato, Varro, Columella, Cardini, Fryre ect. Oh, you probably haven’t heard of any of those. You have to be a professional in the field, not some blowhard pleb pretending they actually know something. And again, this is HISTORY not MYTHOLOGY. It’s past time people like you learned the difference.
August 23, 2016 at 11:28pm
accusing me of emulating Mao? You clearly don’t know me or what Maoism even is. The fact that your icon invokes a sociopath who claimed being a sociopath was a philosophy clearly shows that you’re WAY out of your intellectual league on this one. Time to back to your little 12 year old world and leave the discussion to the adults. Probably past your bedtime too….
 August 23, 2016 at 9:59pm
More than you ever will in your whole life. It’s called being a professional. NEXT!
August 23, 2016 at 9:58pm
J-Mo: I said CHATTEL not DOMESTIC. I’m guessing that you don’t know the difference. And I’m talking about HISTORY not MYTHOLOGY. I’m guessing that you don’t know the difference between those either.
August 23, 2016 at 6:58pm
Sorry General, I’m assuming you know what that is…….
 August 23, 2016 at 6:54pm
Legally, as God-King on Earth, the Pharaoh owned the entire country and everyone in it. Stop using Biblical interpretation that has zero bearing on the subject.
 August 23, 2016 at 6:51pm
So, it’s obvious you’ve never bothered to read the Confederate Constitution. It was ALL ABOUT PROTECTING SLAVERY!
 August 23, 2016 at 6:49pm
Not indoctrinated, WITNESSED!!!!!
 August 23, 2016 at 6:44pm
“It is also true that Muslims where by far the most vicious slave owners” What happened in the Caribbean and Brazil was FAR worse.
Rome was also quite brutal. It was slavery at an industrial scale ..
Slaves in Rome had rights and a way to buy themselves out of slavey, to be accepted as full citizens and even succeed without discrimination to follow. Look at Arminius for example.
Greece had a similar system. Unlike the USA.
I wasn't aware, thank you for the information. I will have to research the history of slavery in those areas.
letmegoogle, slavery laws in Rome did allow slaves to buy their freedom, and to be freed by their owners. That said, they were not guaranteed a path to freedom - no source of income, no set price for freedom, etc. And if freed, their path to citizenship is the same of any other person's in the Roman empire. If you were not born Roman, you pretty much had to serve in the military for many years.
In America, a slave could still be legally freed, but the slave would need to negotiate the "price" of that freedom with his master. but like in Rome, the master was under no obligation to provide reasonable terms.
Either way the point was that the U.S. is the only country to proclaim slavery wrong, state with boldness that all men are created equal, then turned around and participated in slavery. Other countries at the time where immoral, we where suppose to be different, but ended up being the same. That doesn't mean that the promise can't be fulfilled, or that this country can't reach it's full potential. But as long as people make the comment that slavery is a done issue that happened 150 years ago, then the longer it will take to repair the mistake. It didn't end 150 years ago, only 50 years ago where blacks even allowed to go to school with whites. People in their 30's now probably are not aware that when their parents where children there where "whites only" policies strictly enforced. Then after that well into the 70's the struggle for inequality was still raging on in the workplace. So no this isn't a problem from 150 years ago, this is fresh. I don't care if other countries ate their slaves, we are America dammit, we are the beacon in the darkness. We are the defenders of freedom, and the moral compass with which to lead the world into equality, and freedom for all. When a black man is just a man, this country can move forward, until then it will stagnate because the people must be united to keep the government in check.
cbrian1978, wow, talk about revisionist history. The British Empire banned slavery, and called slavery wrong about 35 years prior to us doing so. They even took measures to shut down the slave trade ~70 years before we did.. America was pretty much the last major western nation that practised slavery ..
August 23, 2016 at 6:37pm
So, where did it exist before post-Zama Italy?
[-1] August 23, 2016 at 6:17pm
Chattel slavery was invented by white Europeans. These are FACTS!
Hardly, but please feel free to be offended anyway.
Ever read a real history book?
 August 23, 2016 at 6:15pm
‘The democrats are the remnants of the confederacy” If that were even remotely true, then the southern stated would all be blue. Did you miss that whole demographic/political shift after ’64? And this whole “modern slavery” trope is just a BS RW thinking point for the tiny-minded.
You need to see Dinesh D'souza's movie; your understanding of history seems indoctrinated.
Political shift? Can you name more then 1 leftist who turned into a Repub?
Yeah didnt think so, considering only 1 did. The leftist need their sharecroppers in fear, ever since the Right liberated their VOTE.
Imagine, now these leftist what folks to think the Party of Lincoln runs Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Philly, Baltimore, Madison, and DC.
Not indoctrinated, WITNESSED!!!!!
General, we are not talking about "Leftists", we are talking Democrats, and the white Southern Democrats pretty much all moved to the republican party in the 1960s after the democrats started championing civil rights legislation. That is why the southern states are now "Red" states and not "Blue" states like they were prior to the 1960s.
 August 23, 2016 at 6:06pm
dignity? What planet have you been on as of late?
 August 23, 2016 at 5:23pm
Meltdown just like Rove did in 2012.
August 23, 2016 at 5:11pm
Why is that relevant to the issue in question?
 August 23, 2016 at 5:05pm
Because Ailes had his back, as well as everyone else’s. Now he’s out for being a pig, the other little piggies are about to run scared. The Murdoch sons know that their demographic of bigoted, misogynist, old white guys is fading away. You can’t expand market share on a diminishing demo.