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#61

Posted 06 March 2013 - 07:26 PM

People who are racist are just afraid from people who are different than them like, lets say some people are afraid of something because they have never been familiar with it.

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 07:29 PM

I just remembered. On /b/, two years ago, we did a raid on some racist forum. We all made accounts and mocked them. Needless to say we all got banned relatively quickly. I was banned because "You have n****** on your facebook friends list." .

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 07:32 PM

QUOTE (Futurama_Freak1 @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 03:51)
My dad seems to be racist and homophobic, he always makes stupid jokes about black people or a gay couple he spotted in the supermarket and I just blink.

Mi dad is the same confused.gif

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 09:51 PM

Myself and my friends.

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 10:05 PM

I remember my one experience with racism. I was on a bus that picks up mainly students and OAPs, after a day at college. Theres this asian fella a couple of rows in front of me who was most probably of east Asian origin. On my direct left an old man and his wife are sat. A while into the journey he starts raving about foreigners and immigrants, saying theres no white people left etc, the usual crazy guy on the bus story I suppose. The Pakistani looking bloke is keeping his head down, listening to his music and before you know it the old guy turns on him and calls him paki and all that sh*t. The poor bloke seemed genuinely hurt and I couldn't do anything, we all sort of made a shocked sound of dissaproval, one girl sort of called him a racist under her breath and nothing happened.
He didn't even get thrown off the bus, despite the fact a lot of students who took that bus did get chucked off as soon as any trouble was seen. I'm still quite disturbed by that memory as nothing like it has happened before or since.

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 10:07 PM

I'm Racist... I can't stand running.

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 10:07 PM Edited by The Scottish Guy, 07 March 2013 - 11:38 AM.

It really depends on the true definition of racism, rather than the now politically correct percieved definition that is being used to manipulate and confuse young/naive minds.

ie: most western media.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 03:29 AM

Me and my best friend did the black/white face paint switch at a party. Probably would've had to fight someone if my bro wasn't black. Lol does that make me racist?

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:02 AM

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:05 AM

QUOTE (whatsstrength @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 03:29)
I just remembered. On /b/, two years ago, we did a raid on some racist forum. We all made accounts and mocked them. Needless to say we all got banned relatively quickly. I was banned because "You have n****** on your facebook friends list." .

There are rascist forums? suicidal.gif

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:28 AM

QUOTE (ExtremeLimitations @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 23:05)
QUOTE (whatsstrength @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 03:29)
I just remembered. On /b/, two years ago, we did a raid on some racist forum. We all made accounts and mocked them. Needless to say we all got banned relatively quickly. I was banned because "You have n****** on your facebook friends list." .

There are rascist forums? suicidal.gif

Yes, I'm not joking. I'm not positive, but I think it was StormFront.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 06:49 AM

QUOTE (ExtremeLimitations @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 21:05)
There are rascist forums? suicidal.gif

are you really that surprised?

there are forums for exchanging child pornography.
of course there's racist forums.

welcome to the internet.
enjoy your stay.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 10:48 AM


Relevant from 1:47 onwards.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 11:09 AM Edited by Outcast, 07 March 2013 - 11:14 AM.

I've been on the receiving end of racism many a time. I'm a Third Culture Kid and it gives me a different perspective on race and nationality. I don't identify myself as either Chinese or British. I don't know what my home country is as I don't feel like home anywhere and so I lead a semi-nomadic lifestyle. All my close friends are spread out over 4 continents and everyones a different mix of races and nationality. There is no place for racism in such a globalized world.

EDIT: Just to clarify, the racism I've experienced was mainly when I returned to the UK for University from local chavs. I'm British by nationality as I was born there but I don't see the UK as home, it is merely my passport country.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 11:32 AM

QUOTE (Outcast @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 11:09)
I don't identify myself as either Chinese or British.


*Looks at Chinese flag.

But yeah, I agree with you for the most part.

But let's not get too communistic. History and culture is what give places national identity and pride. If everywhere were to be the same, this would be a rather bland planet. I'm all for multiculturalism, but not when preserving our laws and way of life is under threat, which is why I have a serious concern for a certain aspect of Islam. Yet I'm made to feel uncomfortable in my own country if I wish to voice or act on my ligitimate concerns on the premise I'll be labeled a bigot/racist/etc.

This is what the left and their whiney, preachy, protesting campaign has led to - this so called 'political correctness', which is just some alternative saying to restricting our freedom of speech.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 12:03 PM

QUOTE (The Scottish Guy @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 14:32)
But let's not get too communistic. History and culture is what give places national identity and pride. If everywhere were to be the same, this would be a rather bland planet.

QUOTE (definition of communism @ The Free Dictionary)
A theoretical economic system characterized by the collective ownership of property and by the organization of labor for the common advantage of all members.

That hardly has anything to do with multiculturalism or what Outcast said.

How are national identity and pride important? I propose that we are all human, national identity separates us. National pride is really one of the lowest forms of pride, similar to racial pride, which is pride derived from something that you haven't achieved on your own. It's just a matter of chance.

I don't understand where that last sentence is coming from.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 12:20 PM

"How are national identity and pride important?"

I'm not gonna get anywhere with you.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 12:40 PM

QUOTE (The Scottish Guy @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 19:32)
QUOTE (Outcast @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 11:09)
I don't identify myself as either Chinese or British.


*Looks at Chinese flag.


It's the closest thing I have to a "home" country.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 01:00 PM

QUOTE (universetwisters @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 02:45)
Are there any racists you have to put up with, and if you do, how do you deal with them? Take my mom for example, anybody she dislikes, regardless of their skin color, she calls the N-word, and it's really starting to bum me out.

That's just like people using the terms gay, and fa**ot.
ni**er has now also become a stock insult.

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We've all made racial jokes, we all hate each-other to some level.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 03:20 PM

QUOTE (The Scottish Guy)
It really depends on the true definition of racism, rather than the now politically correct percieved definition that is being used to manipulate and confuse young/naive minds.

ie: most western media.

See, this is an important point. The word "racist" is subject to many interpretations which vary wildly; so that renders the word useless. It is also emotionally charged; it has this insidious ability to bypass skepticism. When they hear someone being accused of "racism", they don't think "okay, well in what way is he racist?". So that renders it a control word. Fringeelements goes into more detail than I do:



QUOTE (deffpony)
Although I'm against it I don't think affirmative action is racist.

What, are you kidding me? Progressivists bitch all the time about "white privilige" as if the concept held the slightest validity. I don't know what your definition of "racist" is, but this is real, official discrimination by the state against the founding stock. It's not only that: what it does in the real world is cut into standards to make more room for "muh equality" and in some sectors subsequently puts people's lives at risk. It's also the victims of affirmative action who foot most of the bill to pay for the useless bureaucracy. White people put up with so much bullsh*t and they deserve better. Affirmative action is an utter abomination and always has been.
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You have to realize that AA was put in place when there was still alot of discrimination against blacks. It was made to keep white neighborhoods from pushing out black residents.

White people don't have the right to associate with whomever they choose? What happened to freedom? Oh right, cultural marxism is what happened.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 03:38 PM

QUOTE (hl_world @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 15:20)
QUOTE (The Scottish Guy)
It really depends on the true definition of racism, rather than the now politically correct percieved definition that is being used to manipulate and confuse young/naive minds.

ie: most western media.

See, this is an important point. The word "racist" is subject to many interpretations which vary wildly; so that renders the word useless. It is also emotionally charged; it has this insidious ability to bypass skepticism. When they hear someone being accused of "racism", they don't think "okay, well in what way is he racist?". So that renders it a control word. Fringeelements goes into more detail than I do:



QUOTE (deffpony)
Although I'm against it I don't think affirmative action is racist.

What, are you kidding me? Progressivists bitch all the time about "white privilige" as if the concept held the slightest validity. I don't know what your definition of "racist" is, but this is real, official discrimination by the state against the founding stock. It's not only that: what it does in the real world is cut into standards to make more room for "muh equality" and in some sectors subsequently puts people's lives at risk. It's also the victims of affirmative action who foot most of the bill to pay for the useless bureaucracy. White people put up with so much bullsh*t and they deserve better. Affirmative action is an utter abomination and always has been.
QUOTE (deffpony)
You have to realize that AA was put in place when there was still alot of discrimination against blacks. It was made to keep white neighborhoods from pushing out black residents.

White people don't have the right to associate with whomever they choose? What happened to freedom? Oh right, cultural marxism is what happened.

Dude, what's your real account? You seem to only pop your head out to participate in threads like these.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:05 PM

The people being the most sensitive about it are probably the biggest racists of all. As long as there are different races of people on earth, there will always be racism. It's a natural emotion. I have friends from all races. As long as they act like a good human, I don't see race. Me and some of my friends call each other racist names(think Gran Torrino). It's just how we are. We respect each other.

Some people just don't want nothing to do with other races or cultures and don't want it entering their land/office/home/building/neighborhood. It's a preservation reaction; they don't want to lose anything in gtheir culture. Where I live, it isn't safe for non-whites the same way it isn't safe for whites in some black neighborhoods. It's just the way it is. Education means nothing and I hate to hear people say: "They're just uneducated". It has nothing to do with IQ whatsoever. I just think people need to quit being so sensitive to it and the biggest thing is DOUBLE STANDARD.

Black folk can say honky, cracker as much as they want but cry if it's reversed. The same with jewish folk. Sara Silverman can drive rednecks into the ground but the second that a redneck makes fun of her, they become "anti-semitic" and then there's a big over-reaction. Double standars are what keep it alive. If people just wouldn't react to it, it would become insignificant or meaningless. It will always exist. ALWAYS. How you deal with it is what will change it.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:16 PM Edited by Mm9090, 07 March 2013 - 04:40 PM.

QUOTE (Raavi @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 03:21)
I overall respect all races and religions but there is one group of people that get my on my nerves. Namely, muslims that don't integrate in Europe, the ones who wear the burka's and cover their enitire bodies and dont even speak the language of the country they reside in properly or not at all. But verbal expression of my opinion on this group doesn't make me racist, does it?

Why does that annoy you? It's their choice. If you immigrated to a rural African village would you start wearing nothing but a cloth over your genitals? It's the same thing, just because there is a certain way of doing things it doesn't mean that it's the correct way to doing things.

Part of being non-racist means accepting peoples beliefs, dress codes, etc and not expecting them to conform to yours.

QUOTE (deffpony @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013,03:40)
I don't think Raavi was saying he dislikes
them because they wear the burkas but
rather the fact that their religion is in
such a way that it makes it impossible for
the die hard Islamists able to integrate
into any society.
If you ask me I think it's f*cked up how
the religion treats women and how
acceptable it has become. But whatever

People have to understand that the treatment of women in Islam isn't a religious thing, it's a cultural thing in many Arab countries. In other countries, like South Africa, women don't experience this kind of "oppression." None of the women in my family wears a Hijab and only one of my female Muslim friends wears one. Hell, the whole thing is different here. I, myself am Muslim. I don't oppress women, I don't wish death upon America and I dress in a typical western way. I've dated a couple of Christian, white girls, I go to parties (don't drink though), I listen to rock music and 90% of my friends are Non-Muslim. Does that make me any less of a Muslim than an Arab Muslim? Of course not.

What annoys me is that people in the western world take terrorists to be the voice of Islam. All that is focussed on are the terrorist activities and oppression in the Arab nations. It's kind of like taking the KKK to be the voice of Christianity. We aren't all hardcore jihadists, you know, 95% of us hate Al-qaeda as much as you do.
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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:27 PM Edited by AtomicPunk, 07 March 2013 - 04:30 PM.

QUOTE (Mm9090 @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 12:16)
QUOTE (Raavi @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 03:21)
I overall respect all races and religions but there is one group of people that get my on my nerves. Namely, muslims that don't integrate in Europe, the ones who wear the burka's and cover their enitire bodies and dont even speak the language of the country they reside in properly or not at all. But verbal expression of my opinion on this group doesn't make me racist, does it?

Why does that annoy you? It's their choice. If you immigrated to a rural African village would you start wearing nothing but a cloth over your genitals? It's the same thing, just because there is a certain way of doing things it doesn't mean that it's the correct way to doing things.

Part of being non-racist means accepting peoples beliefs, dress codes, etc and not expecting them to conform to yours.

what if I moved to someones country, started complaining that their religion offended me and they had to stop saying Merry Christmas in public. Then make them take their precious ten commandments out of federal buildings. Then, My people take over their banks, news medias, and start driving their country into countless wars against anyone who opposes my homeland; Amerika? Should the natives want to hack me up with a machete? You better believe they would! I'm really surprised that a civil war hasn't broken out in Amerika yet, I really am. Race relations are really bad since Obongo took office. People talk in public about things that they shouldn't. I've never seen that before and I've witnessed it in several different states with the same tone. Don't be surprised if it all goes to hell soon. I know I won't be. But the one thing I am is prepared. In a lot of peoples mind, it's time to fight to the death over the last piece of pie. Sad really. The problem is most of the people who come to amerika don't have respect. That's the problem and it has angered the natives(not native amerikans). It's not accepted to be the big melting pot that liberals tell everybody. It's a sensitive subject.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:33 PM

QUOTE (AtomicPunk @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 16:27)
QUOTE (Mm9090 @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 12:16)
QUOTE (Raavi @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 03:21)
I overall respect all races and religions but there is one group of people that get my on my nerves. Namely, muslims that don't integrate in Europe, the ones who wear the burka's and cover their enitire bodies and dont even speak the language of the country they reside in properly or not at all. But verbal expression of my opinion on this group doesn't make me racist, does it?

Why does that annoy you? It's their choice. If you immigrated to a rural African village would you start wearing nothing but a cloth over your genitals? It's the same thing, just because there is a certain way of doing things it doesn't mean that it's the correct way to doing things.

Part of being non-racist means accepting peoples beliefs, dress codes, etc and not expecting them to conform to yours.

what if I moved to someones country, started complaining that their religion offended me and they had to stop saying Merry Christmas in public. Then make them take their precious ten commandments out of federal buildings. Then, My people take over their banks, news medias, and start driving their country into countless wars against anyone who opposes my homeland; Amerika? Should the natives want to hack me up with a machete? You better believe they would! I'm really surprised that a civil war hasn't broken out in Amerika yet, I really am. Race relations are really bad since Obongo took office. People talk in public about things that they shouldn't. I've never seen that before and I've witnessed it in several different states with the same tone. Don't be surprised if it all goes to hell soon. I know I won't be. But the one thing I am is prepared. In a lot of peoples mind, it's time to fight to the death over the last piece of pie. Sad really. The problem is most of the people who come to amerika don't have respect. That's the problem and it has angered the natives(not native amerikans). It's not accepted to be the big melting pot that liberals tell everybody. It's a sensitive subject.

The Tescos in Luton had to take their Christmas Tree down because some Muslim bitch complained which I find is ridiculous how we have to be so sensitive, if I went to their country and started drinking in public and showed affection for my 'naked' female companion sh*t would go down.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:52 PM

QUOTE (LewisMiller @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 12:33)
QUOTE (AtomicPunk @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 16:27)
QUOTE (Mm9090 @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 12:16)
QUOTE (Raavi @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 03:21)
I overall respect all races and religions but there is one group of people that get my on my nerves. Namely, muslims that don't integrate in Europe, the ones who wear the burka's and cover their enitire bodies and dont even speak the language of the country they reside in properly or not at all. But verbal expression of my opinion on this group doesn't make me racist, does it?

Why does that annoy you? It's their choice. If you immigrated to a rural African village would you start wearing nothing but a cloth over your genitals? It's the same thing, just because there is a certain way of doing things it doesn't mean that it's the correct way to doing things.

Part of being non-racist means accepting peoples beliefs, dress codes, etc and not expecting them to conform to yours.

what if I moved to someones country, started complaining that their religion offended me and they had to stop saying Merry Christmas in public. Then make them take their precious ten commandments out of federal buildings. Then, My people take over their banks, news medias, and start driving their country into countless wars against anyone who opposes my homeland; Amerika? Should the natives want to hack me up with a machete? You better believe they would! I'm really surprised that a civil war hasn't broken out in Amerika yet, I really am. Race relations are really bad since Obongo took office. People talk in public about things that they shouldn't. I've never seen that before and I've witnessed it in several different states with the same tone. Don't be surprised if it all goes to hell soon. I know I won't be. But the one thing I am is prepared. In a lot of peoples mind, it's time to fight to the death over the last piece of pie. Sad really. The problem is most of the people who come to amerika don't have respect. That's the problem and it has angered the natives(not native amerikans). It's not accepted to be the big melting pot that liberals tell everybody. It's a sensitive subject.

The Tescos in Luton had to take their Christmas Tree down because some Muslim bitch complained which I find is ridiculous how we have to be so sensitive, if I went to their country and started drinking in public and showed affection for my 'naked' female companion sh*t would go down.

The way I understand it, it was the ADL(zionist racist terrorist organisation). I know the ADL complains against anything christian. They hate it. They also hate nativity scenes because of their satanic hate for jesus christ. It's satanism that's going on--That's what you're seeing. Makes sense now, right? It isn't the muslims. Open your eyes a little wider.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:53 PM

@LewisMiller

It's stuff like this that makes me sick to the very core. Luton is just another example where we are having to censor our culture to appease some whiney little muslim. In Scotland it's not so bad. Yet. But the problem in alot of English towns and cities is increasing quite substantially. Anyone who even attempts to deny this is living in serious denial.

This is just one of my concerns, but as I alluded to earlier, I am made to feel uncomfortable if I wish to highlight this problem.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 05:06 PM

I don't think I know anyone racist but just ignorant, which sometimes makes them appear as one but it's all a misunderstanding.

This happens a lot with my friends, it just happens, some people are more cultured than others so their understanding is wider.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 05:10 PM

QUOTE (AtomicPunk @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 16:52)
QUOTE (LewisMiller @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 12:33)
QUOTE (AtomicPunk @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 16:27)
QUOTE (Mm9090 @ Thursday, Mar 7 2013, 12:16)
QUOTE (Raavi @ Wednesday, Mar 6 2013, 03:21)
I overall respect all races and religions but there is one group of people that get my on my nerves. Namely, muslims that don't integrate in Europe, the ones who wear the burka's and cover their enitire bodies and dont even speak the language of the country they reside in properly or not at all. But verbal expression of my opinion on this group doesn't make me racist, does it?

Why does that annoy you? It's their choice. If you immigrated to a rural African village would you start wearing nothing but a cloth over your genitals? It's the same thing, just because there is a certain way of doing things it doesn't mean that it's the correct way to doing things.

Part of being non-racist means accepting peoples beliefs, dress codes, etc and not expecting them to conform to yours.

what if I moved to someones country, started complaining that their religion offended me and they had to stop saying Merry Christmas in public. Then make them take their precious ten commandments out of federal buildings. Then, My people take over their banks, news medias, and start driving their country into countless wars against anyone who opposes my homeland; Amerika? Should the natives want to hack me up with a machete? You better believe they would! I'm really surprised that a civil war hasn't broken out in Amerika yet, I really am. Race relations are really bad since Obongo took office. People talk in public about things that they shouldn't. I've never seen that before and I've witnessed it in several different states with the same tone. Don't be surprised if it all goes to hell soon. I know I won't be. But the one thing I am is prepared. In a lot of peoples mind, it's time to fight to the death over the last piece of pie. Sad really. The problem is most of the people who come to amerika don't have respect. That's the problem and it has angered the natives(not native amerikans). It's not accepted to be the big melting pot that liberals tell everybody. It's a sensitive subject.

The Tescos in Luton had to take their Christmas Tree down because some Muslim bitch complained which I find is ridiculous how we have to be so sensitive, if I went to their country and started drinking in public and showed affection for my 'naked' female companion sh*t would go down.

The way I understand it, it was the ADL(zionist racist terrorist organisation). I know the ADL complains against anything christian. They hate it. They also hate nativity scenes because of their satanic hate for jesus christ. It's satanism that's going on--That's what you're seeing. Makes sense now, right? It isn't the muslims. Open your eyes a little wider.

I am an atheist so I couldn't care less about the Religious side of it just why they always hating on our culture like we would change it, drinking and f*cking is fun.

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 05:25 PM

Prejudice is completely normal, and very human. To claim you are not prejudiced against
anyone or anything is balderdash.

I'm not racist necessarily. I do find humor when stereotypes are fulfilled, like the next guy.

But the one thing that really pisses me off is when at [insert the majority of workplaces here]
say its inappropriate to say Merry Christmas (in the event someone's Jewish or celebrates Kwanza, etc)

Like, f*ck you if you're offended, but Merry Christmas. Don't tell me I can't say Merry Christmas.




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