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  • DaLAW
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    Originally posted by MDS View Post
    As was shown in the 'black racist apology' thread. No one wants to open their eyes. They'd rather annoint themselves supreme and play games behind the keyboard. I think the internet is useful for shopping...that's about it.
    As shown in the "Black racist apology" thread, some people base their opinions on 10+ year old data that isn't even accurate as to the point they are trying (and failing) to make. Then these same people can't provide any other evidence to support their opinions. So their opinions aren't based on facts or evidence, rather, prejudices and bias. Then when they get shown up, they tend to pout and create an even thicker layer around their already well-guarded brain. That way, nothing can be learned and their opinions will be un-penatratable by facts, logic and data. The internet is a great place to exchange idea's and communicate but just like in person, some people would be better served keeping quiet...

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  • MDS
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    Originally posted by Stormy View Post
    As a victim of a few of these 'funny' videos and news posts, I am seeing a trend developing in discrediting the internet as a viable source of news, with supposedly innocent humor, which might be taken by the unsuspecting public, as the 'real' news. The battle for our minds is unrelenting. God help us all.
    As was shown in the 'black racist apology' thread. No one wants to open their eyes. They'd rather annoint themselves supreme and play games behind the keyboard. I think the internet is useful for shopping...that's about it.

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  • Chit2001
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    Originally posted by justhomp View Post
    He was being heckled while here, in Florida (St. Petersburg IIRC) and the hecklers were chanting, "What about the Black COmmunity, Obama?" or something along those lines... he didn't respond to them in real life...
    Actually, he did. I heard the audio 2 weeks ago.

    Granted, he didn't threaten them or talk down to them, but he did spend about 3 minutes saying "just wait a minute" "this is a Q&A session, you'll be given your chance" blah, blah, blah. They were pretty relentless with him. It was VERY interesting to see him deal with folks who weren't "on the same page" as him. I could tell he was quite nervous and wasn't quite sure what to do.

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  • tony.o
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    Originally posted by Stormy View Post
    Oh, that's good tony. That's good. I had to include that becasue it was contrary to expectation; a paradox, unlike a pair-a-docs.
    You better be careful, you may end up on cmr164s secret list.

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  • Stormy
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    Originally Posted by Stormy View Post
    A video of Obama addressing a 'rally' while some alleged black hecklers were waving a sign ifrom the rear of the audience. Obama turns his back to the camera, and a voice comes on addressing the heckler, and using some foul language in response.
    Originally posted by tony.o View Post
    Stormy, why do the hecklers have to be be 'black' hecklers? Why can't they just be 'hecklers'.
    Oh, that's good tony. That's good. I had to include that becasue it was contrary to expectation; a paradox, unlike a pair-a-docs.

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  • tony.o
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    Originally posted by Stormy View Post
    A video of Obama addressing a 'rally' while some alleged black hecklers were waving a sign ifrom the rear of the audience. Obama turns his back to the camera, and a voice comes on addressing the heckler, and using some foul language in response.
    Stormy, why do the hecklers have to be be 'black' hecklers? Why can't they just be 'hecklers'.

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  • DaLAW
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    Originally posted by tony.o View Post
    Actually, I thought that was pretty funny.
    But what would happen if those guys continued to disrupt the speech, like the John Kerry incident. Would we have another, don't tase me bro thing were everyone gets mad at the police.
    I thought it was funny as well and I actually thought the "don't taaaaase me, bro!" thing was hilarious as well. It shouldn't have been...but good grief it was...

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  • Stormy
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    Originally posted by tony.o View Post
    Actually, I thought that was pretty funny.
    But what would happen if those guys continued to disrupt the speech, like the John Kerry incident. Would we have another, don't tase me bro thing were everyone gets mad at the police.
    Come on, tony. You don't need a taser. You lift weights, right?

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  • tony.o
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    Actually, I thought that was pretty funny.
    But what would happen if those guys continued to disrupt the speech, like the John Kerry incident. Would we have another, don't tase me bro thing were everyone gets mad at the police.

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  • Boogaard24
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    Originally posted by Hoosier_Boy View Post
    boog thank you for waisting 1 minute of my life
    Sorry for wasting :59 seconds of your life, to make up for it, please see my signature and see if you can find the difference between the two pictures. I did.

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  • JTShooter
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    He was being heckled while here, in Florida (St. Petersburg IIRC) and the hecklers were chanting, "What about the Black COmmunity, Obama?" or something along those lines... he didn't respond to them in real life...

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  • PB3021
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    I betcha it was Jesse Jackson

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  • Stormy
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    Originally posted by PB3021 View Post
    I can't access that, what was the heckler's ?
    A video of Obama addressing a 'rally' while some alleged black hecklers were waving a sign ifrom the rear of the audience. Obama turns his back to the camera, and a voice comes on addressing the heckler, and using some foul language in response.

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  • PB3021
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    I can't access that, what was the heckler's ?

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  • Stormy
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    As a victim of a few of these 'funny' videos and news posts, I am seeing a trend developing in discrediting the internet as a viable source of news, with supposedly innocent humor, which might be taken by the unsuspecting public, as the 'real' news. The battle for our minds is unrelenting. God help us all.

    Leave a comment:

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