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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 09:13 PM
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If I was a police officer I'd be pretty uncomfortable. How can you sign off on an organization that
calls for dead cops? What are you thinking?

Sorry, but I'm sticking with the original premise that BLM is doing more harm than good. Not only that,
but they're hurting their own cause.


And then I asked...

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That sounds pretty serious. Is that on their website or any kind of press release or social media? Not "supporters," but actual representatives of the movement itself?


You claimed that BLM calls for dead cops. All I did was ask where that is stated. No more, no less. You made a claim. I merely asked where that claim is documented. Can you not back up your statement?


Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 09:14 PM
does anything i say deserve a comment? i feel so alone. LOL

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 09:19 PM
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does anything i say deserve a comment? i feel so alone. LOL


I think that when you pointed out that there seems to be certain situations where pointing guns at law enforcement is justified when personal biases side with the offending party was quite well made.

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 09:27 PM
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I am watching to see if anyone emerges as the voice of reason in this blm movement. The country needs to ignore race hustler sharpton .


What is it that you want the voice of reason to say?

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 09:41 PM
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You stated...

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If I was a police officer I'd be pretty uncomfortable. How can you sign off on an organization that
calls for dead cops? What are you thinking?

Sorry, but I'm sticking with the original premise that BLM is doing more harm than good. Not only that,
but they're hurting their own cause.


And then I asked...

quote:
That sounds pretty serious. Is that on their website or any kind of press release or social media? Not "supporters," but actual representatives of the movement itself?


You claimed that BLM calls for dead cops. All I did was ask where that is stated. No more, no less. You made a claim. I merely asked where that claim is documented. Can you not back up your statement?


Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 09:59 PM
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There are issues on both sides. Blm should acknowledge the sorry state of the black family, black on black violence, how snitching
Is against the gang code. Shutting down a freeway when folks are trying to get home or to a job is going to backfire and make the division between both sides greater.


What's the issues on the other side?

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 10:02 PM
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quote:
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You stated...

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If I was a police officer I'd be pretty uncomfortable. How can you sign off on an organization that
calls for dead cops? What are you thinking?

Sorry, but I'm sticking with the original premise that BLM is doing more harm than good. Not only that,
but they're hurting their own cause.


And then I asked...

quote:
That sounds pretty serious. Is that on their website or any kind of press release or social media? Not "supporters," but actual representatives of the movement itself?


You claimed that BLM calls for dead cops. All I did was ask where that is stated. No more, no less. You made a claim. I merely asked where that claim is documented. Can you not back up your statement?


Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.

 

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Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 10:13 PM
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There are issues on both sides. Blm should acknowledge the sorry state of the black family, black on black violence, how snitching Is against the gang code.


Doesn't seem relevant to what they are trying to do. Why should they have to acknowledge those things? When the police try to prove their point using whatever method they choose, should they also have to point out that there are some racist white people and acknowledge the existence of the KKK? Seems equally relevant.

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 10:22 PM
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Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...


The flippant, dismissive tone says it all...

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 10:23 PM
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Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...


The flippant, dismissive tone says it all...


As does yours.

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 10:27 PM
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Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...


The flippant, dismissive tone says it all...


As does yours.


Why are you so sarcastic about death? Why even take that tone?

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 10:29 PM
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Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...


The flippant, dismissive tone says it all...


As does yours.


Why are you so sarcastic about death? Why even take that tone?


The day you're born you start to die.

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 10:36 PM
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quote:
quote:
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Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...


The flippant, dismissive tone says it all...


As does yours.


Why are you so sarcastic about death? Why even take that tone?


The day you're born you start to die.


Hope that whatever it is, it gets better for you. There's help out there.

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 10:52 PM
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...


The flippant, dismissive tone says it all...


As does yours.


Why are you so sarcastic about death? Why even take that tone?


The day you're born you start to die.

I thought that was the day you start to live. You must be a cup half empty kind of person.

 

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  posted on 7/11/2016 at 11:05 PM
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Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...


The flippant, dismissive tone says it all...


As does yours.


Why are you so sarcastic about death? Why even take that tone?


The day you're born you start to die.

I thought that was the day you start to live. You must be a cup half empty kind of person.


If you (or anybody else) is here to judge me or pass on some kind of personality appraisal I'm really
not interested. Honest. Amazing the amount of wasted keystrokes constantly trying to. Have at
it, but I don't see why you bother. It does nothing.

 

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  posted on 7/12/2016 at 07:17 AM
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Whatever the case, BLM is in dire need of the best image consultants that money can buy and
a total image makeover.....and fast. Like it or not, they are rapidly becoming known as a violent,
radical organization that wants white policemen killed.


Why do they need image consultants? Do they have a legitimate cause in your opinion? Is there any racial disparity in the realm of American law enforcement, anywhere? Why do you even care what their image is, anyway?


1. If they're all about peaceful protests and wholesome ends, the public sure doesn't seem to be buying it. The perception is the exact opposite.

2. I think all lives matter, so no.

3. There is some measure of racial disparity everywhere, not just law enforcement. Always has been, always will be.

4. I don't, but I was responding to you in a discussion so I thought it was worth mentioning.



LOL, it's pretty clear that all lives don't matter equally in your eyes.


That's true. A black life taken by a white police officer is much, much more valuable than
any other. Off the scale...


The flippant, dismissive tone says it all...


As does yours.


Why are you so sarcastic about death? Why even take that tone?


The day you're born you start to die.

I thought that was the day you start to live. You must be a cup half empty kind of person.


If you (or anybody else) is here to judge me or pass on some kind of personality appraisal I'm really
not interested. Honest. Amazing the amount of wasted keystrokes constantly trying to. Have at
it, but I don't see why you bother. It does nothing.

That ship sailed a long time ago.

 

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  posted on 7/12/2016 at 06:28 PM
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If you (or anybody else) is here to judge me or pass on some kind of personality appraisal I'm really
not interested. Honest. Amazing the amount of wasted keystrokes constantly trying to. Have at
it, but I don't see why you bother. It does nothing.



Lol, you are too much. Who do you think you are fooling? You love every second of it. It's why you troll liberals. You get off on angering them. You don't come here to converse. You come here to inflame. How awesome.

 

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  posted on 7/12/2016 at 07:23 PM
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If you (or anybody else) is here to judge me or pass on some kind of personality appraisal I'm really
not interested. Honest. Amazing the amount of wasted keystrokes constantly trying to. Have at
it, but I don't see why you bother. It does nothing.



Lol, you are too much. Who do you think you are fooling? You love every second of it. It's why you troll liberals. You get off on angering them. You don't come here to converse. You come here to inflame. How awesome.


It just speaks to a unfulfilled life.


And, he is a habitual liar. That says something as well.

 

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  posted on 7/12/2016 at 07:46 PM
this kinda sad but offers a good example of black reality.

http://www.indystar.com/story/tech/news/2016/07/12/playing-pokemon-go-while -black/86989554/

Playing Pokémon Go while black: fear blunts the fun
Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY 4:27 p.m. EDT July 12, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO — Omari Akil says he couldn't wait to play Pokémon Go — until he went outside for 20 minutes.

Akil, a writer and business systems analyst from Chapel Hill, N.C., spent five minutes enjoying the game, including one minute "trying to look as pleasant and nonthreatening as possible as I walked by a somewhat visibly disturbed white woman on her way to the bus stop."

"I spent the other 14 minutes being distracted from the game by thoughts of the countless Black Men who have had the police called on them because they looked 'suspicious' or wondering what a second amendment exercising individual might do if I walked past their window a third or fourth time in search of a Jigglypuff," Akil wrote in a piece he published on Medium.

"When my brain started combining the complexity of being Black in America with the real world proposal of wandering and exploration that is designed into the game play of Pokémon Go, there was only one conclusion. I might die if I keep playing."

For the most part, Pokémon Go is all fun and games. Yet for many African Americans, especially African-American men, their enjoyment is undercut by fears they might arouse suspicion with potentially lethal consequences. The smartphone game sends people out in the world to capture monsters from the Japanese cartoon franchise. It landed as the nation was reeling from the police shooting deaths of two African Americans and the deaths of five police officers gunned down in Dallas.

Wrote Akil: "Let's just go ahead and add Pokémon Go to the extremely long list of things white people can do without fear of being killed, while Black people have to realistically be wary."

Malik Bennett, 18, who will be a college freshman this fall, says he's been playing Pokémon since he was in diapers. "There has not been a two-week span that I haven't touched a Pokémon game," Bennett, of West Columbia, S.C., says.

Since Pokémon Go was released, "I have been playing the game a lot," he says. But, at the urging of his older brother and parents, Bennett makes sure he's always aware of his surroundings. With an ear bud in one ear and his phone in his right hand or pocket, he waits for notifications to pop up before turning his attention to his phone screen.

Anthony Battey says he knows other Pokémon Go players wander the San Francisco streets at all hours hunting for Pokémon. But he's not one of them.

"I was out the other night and I saw a lot of cops and I thought, ‘You know what? Let me go ahead and take my black ass home,'" Battey, 25, toldthe San Francisco Chronicle.

A Tumblr post offers tips on how to play Pokémon while black. Among them: walk a dog (on a cloth leash, not a chain), wear glasses, avoid white neighborhoods and bring a non-black friend.

"Sharing because there is a double standard. Black people shouldn’t have to take precautions to play a game, especially when we’ve already got stories of white people running into traffic and disrupting businesses to catch their Pokémon," the Tumblr post reads.

In the U.S., black people are stopped, searched, arrested and imprisoned at rates higher than people of other races. Research by USA TODAY, which tracked arrests reported to the federal government in 2011 and 2012, found that in at least 70 police departments from Connecticut to California, black people were arrested at a rate 10 times higher than people who were not black.

Ronnie Dunn, associate professor of urban studies at Cleveland State University, says he understands the apprehension given "the seeming inability for African Americans to move freely about public space unimpeded by law enforcement."

"There is the potential for blacks, males in particular, to be racially profiled, as they search out game figures minimally aware of the areas and public spaces the game might lead them to," Dunn says. "Their lack of awareness of their surroundings can also heighten the potential risk" as was the case in the police shooting death of John Crawford III in an Ohio Wal-Mart store in 2014.

Despite running greater risks, some say they won't stop playing Pokémon Go.

Tarik Hamilton, a 24-year-old Web developer from St. Petersburg, Fla., grew up on Pokémon and could not wait to take to the streets in search of them. In the process, he has gotten plenty of fresh air and exercise.

Hamilton says he takes precautions so that his erratic behavior doesn't make him look suspicious. He doesn't trespass on private property. He does not repeatedly retrace his steps. He does not loiter in one spot for too long.

"I know there are certain risks based on the current political climate," Hamilton says. "It's no different than life before Pokemon when I would go out for a walk with my phone."

What's changed is that many people, including police officers, are playing the highly social game. And, in one instance, that led to a rare moment of unity.

On the same evening Black Lives Matter protests were taking place, Bennett says he played Pokémon with his girlfriend and her brother, who are both white, in their Columbia, S.C., neighborhood, which has more white residents and is more affluent than his own.

At about 10 p.m., they headed to a nearby church for a "gym" battle. Pokémon gyms are places where players who reach a certain level in the game go to train their Pokémon characters. A cop drove by them and pulled into the church parking lot. His girlfriend offered to turn around but Bennett, while apprehensive, said no. "We are just playing Pokémon," he said.

In the church parking lot, Bennett started the gym battle on his phone's Pokemon Go app. Then he heard the cop on his loudspeaker: "Team Valor has already taken this gym."

Bennett cautiously approached the police car to inform the officer they were all on the same team. The cop fist-bumped Bennett and then pointed out some rare Pokémon lurking in the area.

"We were just there for the same reason," Bennett says. "I can see the game helping out because it's simple and people have the same goals. People want to go out, catch Pokémon and they want to be with their friends."

 

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  posted on 7/13/2016 at 01:34 PM
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Tough to separate the Chicago violence from law enforcement shootings. When lawlessness is thriving it is feeding into a culture of animosity and hostility to all people, and the police are on the frontt lines of having to deal with many characters raised in this blockhead mentality in many high crime areas. Add illegal immigrants flooding into the country not all want to wash dishes or pick my fruits and vegetables. Another example of the breakdown of law and order was on full display in the san jose trump rally.




Ah yes, all those scary immigrants in San Jose that have made San Jose the 6th safest big city in America. Terrifying really!

http://www.cbsnews.com/media/the-9-safest-cities-in-america/5/

 

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  posted on 7/13/2016 at 01:50 PM
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Tough to separate the Chicago violence from law enforcement shootings. When lawlessness is thriving it is feeding into a culture of animosity and hostility to all people, and the police are on the frontt lines of having to deal with many characters raised in this blockhead mentality in many high crime areas. Add illegal immigrants flooding into the country not all want to wash dishes or pick my fruits and vegetables. Another example of the breakdown of law and order was on full display in the san jose trump rally.


Wow. You are really all over the place on this one. Let's translate: blacks are clearly the problem in Chicago and Dallas. Obama is fueling the fire. Hispanics are destroying our economy. BLM is violent and shouldn't be protesting. No, you're not a racist at all. Idiot.

 

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  posted on 7/13/2016 at 01:55 PM
Hemp, I don't get it.
 

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  posted on 7/13/2016 at 01:56 PM
i guess he didn't read my pokemon story... have a little empathy.....it is a good human trait

 

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  posted on 7/13/2016 at 01:57 PM
quote:
Hemp, I don't get it.



neither did i......thats why i deleted it......lol.....sorry.....misread progression


 

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Flies all green 'n buzzin' in his dungeon of despair
Who are all those people that he's locked away up there
Are they crazy?,
Are they sainted?
Are they zeros someone painted?,
It has never been explained since at first it was created

 
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