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#14 - newall (07/21/2013) [-]
alright, so i'm gonna put this out there: i am not a racist, in-fact, several of my rather dense, ignorant, BNP voting friends, are. That said, i will often refer to friends of mine as "my ****** " out of habit, this refers to both my black and my white friends, the black friends were astonished by this, at first. After i explained to them that it was simply a word, like up, or rectangle, that it is only negative, when used in a negative manner. For example "damn ******* on my lawn again" if i call all of my friends, regardless of their racial background, my ****** , then surely that makes me far less racist than someone who is AFRAID to say the word.

It's a word. A word has no power, other than the power you give it. Even if you do decide to give that word power, you have no right to decide if i can, or cannot say that word. just as i have no right to tell you that you can, or cannot vote, or have an abortion. I am not being offensive, and if you take offense to what i say, then it's your damn problem, not mine.
#24 to #14 - infinitereaper (07/21/2013) [-]
I'm just a mutt mixed with neither black nor white not understanding the issue of race. We're all ******* human, everything is else is just shared genes of a common group and adaptions to climate/environment and more specifically sunlight.

And for ***** sakes, people are so ignorant. ****** /Negro doesn't mean ignorant, it derives (in several languages actually) from words meaning the color black. So before anyone says anything have some knowledge my ******
#19 to #14 - willindor ONLINE (07/21/2013) [-]
That's brilliant. You are my hero for today.
User avatar #18 to #14 - lordmoldywart (07/21/2013) [-]
The way in which you have to defend your actions is why society is ****** up
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