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#211 - Back then Racism was pretty systematic... I get what you're sa…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/07/2015 on Reverse-Racism +1
User avatar #216 - basichaharemix (04/07/2015) [-]
Racism is still very much systemic, in regards to prison, police, education, media, even to something as simple as shopping. Which is why they follow more than just his I Have A Dream speech. Also take into account it's not just Martin Luther King's ideals, it is also Malcolm X, Huey Newton, Assata Shakur, Angela Davis, and many other pro-black activists.
User avatar #303 - manofbeardliness (04/07/2015) [-]
Yes, it's not uncommon for historical African American figures to follow a Marxist like doctrine. I'm not arguing any of that. My field of study has been Economics/poly-sci ever since I changed majors last year. I'n not going to pretend like I know about a lot about the experience of a black person. All that I'm arguing is that given their agenda SJW's and others who push for an Authoritarian state are far more counteractive in their pursuit for equality. Neo-conservatism is far more progressively liberal in the social construct of things than neolibs. It's paradoxical, but strongly supported. In a fiscal sense, conservatism is far more equality based than liberalism. Republican conservatism creates inefficiencies due to social factors. . Enforcing equality is not equality. Creating the means for all things to be equal is the solution. And I don't believe that's happening. It's going to take compromise and effort on both sides for things to become better, not laws and regulation on susceptibly subjective issues Not implying there aren't objectively based issue, just that creating the means to take advantage of something will usually cause it to happen.
User avatar #309 - basichaharemix (04/07/2015) [-]
I think the thing that SJWs are trying to do, is to get the other side to acknowledge and understand there is a problem with racism, and it is still deeply rooted. That it won't be gone until it fully recognized. It's more like a process really, the call for equality must start with exposing a few things. And yes it should definitely be exposed on both sides, especially if this is truly a call for equality. This is something that I will admit most SJWs do not like to bring up. The whole hard to admit when one is wrong thing. Honestly I would say that is another big factor that is holding back progress on the issue.
User avatar #217 - basichaharemix (04/07/2015) [-]
Systemic, internalized, institutionalized.
#187 - By "it" I meant to type "his socio/polotical id… 04/07/2015 on Reverse-Racism +1
#186 - "I have a dream that my four little children will one day…  [+] (8 new replies) 04/07/2015 on Reverse-Racism +15
#212 - Absolute Madman (04/07/2015) [-]
If MLK were alive today he'd be horrified at what this nation has become. It's almost become the opposite of what he was advocating.
User avatar #200 - basichaharemix (04/07/2015) [-]
King on confronting systemic racism:

“The first thing that must be on the agenda of our nation is to get rid of racism.” — MLK (1968)

“The thing wrong with America is white racism.” —Martin Luther King Jr. (1968)

“Large segments of white society are more concerned about tranquility & the status quo than about justice & humanity.” — MLK

“However difficult it is to hear, however shocking it is to hear, we’ve got to face the fact that America is a racist country.” — MLK (1968)

“Racism is a philosophy based on contempt for life.” — MLK (1967)

“We must come to see that the roots of racism are very deep in our country.” — MLK

“There must be something positive & massive in order to get rid of all the effects of racism & the tragedies of racial injustice.” — MLK

“White America has allowed itself to be indifferent to race prejudice.” — MLK (1968)

“I am sorry to have to say that the vast majority of white Americans are racists, either consciously or unconsciously.” — MLK (1967)

½: “The doctrine of white supremacy was imbedded in every textbook and preached in practically every pulpit…” – MLK

2/2: “… It became a structural part of the culture.” —Martin Luther King Jr. on white supremacy (1967)

“The great majority of Americans… are uneasy with injustice but unwilling yet to pay a significant price to eradicate it.” — MLK

“There aren’t enough white persons in our country who are willing to cherish democratic principles over privilege.” — MLK

Dude don't just pick out one quote that fits your ideas. If you're going to quote the man read up on his other speeches besides his I Have A Dream speech. Show him some kind of respect.
User avatar #211 - manofbeardliness (04/07/2015) [-]
Back then Racism was pretty systematic... I get what you're saying but the "I have a dream" speech is the only one pertinent to the modern argument. Now they are just pretending to uphold his virtues while grouping and separating races even more. They share some of the same Authoritarian ideology, but in conflicting ways.
User avatar #216 - basichaharemix (04/07/2015) [-]
Racism is still very much systemic, in regards to prison, police, education, media, even to something as simple as shopping. Which is why they follow more than just his I Have A Dream speech. Also take into account it's not just Martin Luther King's ideals, it is also Malcolm X, Huey Newton, Assata Shakur, Angela Davis, and many other pro-black activists.
User avatar #303 - manofbeardliness (04/07/2015) [-]
Yes, it's not uncommon for historical African American figures to follow a Marxist like doctrine. I'm not arguing any of that. My field of study has been Economics/poly-sci ever since I changed majors last year. I'n not going to pretend like I know about a lot about the experience of a black person. All that I'm arguing is that given their agenda SJW's and others who push for an Authoritarian state are far more counteractive in their pursuit for equality. Neo-conservatism is far more progressively liberal in the social construct of things than neolibs. It's paradoxical, but strongly supported. In a fiscal sense, conservatism is far more equality based than liberalism. Republican conservatism creates inefficiencies due to social factors. . Enforcing equality is not equality. Creating the means for all things to be equal is the solution. And I don't believe that's happening. It's going to take compromise and effort on both sides for things to become better, not laws and regulation on susceptibly subjective issues Not implying there aren't objectively based issue, just that creating the means to take advantage of something will usually cause it to happen.
User avatar #309 - basichaharemix (04/07/2015) [-]
I think the thing that SJWs are trying to do, is to get the other side to acknowledge and understand there is a problem with racism, and it is still deeply rooted. That it won't be gone until it fully recognized. It's more like a process really, the call for equality must start with exposing a few things. And yes it should definitely be exposed on both sides, especially if this is truly a call for equality. This is something that I will admit most SJWs do not like to bring up. The whole hard to admit when one is wrong thing. Honestly I would say that is another big factor that is holding back progress on the issue.
User avatar #217 - basichaharemix (04/07/2015) [-]
Systemic, internalized, institutionalized.
User avatar #187 - manofbeardliness (04/07/2015) [-]
By "it" I meant to type "his socio/polotical ideology"
#254 - How is government revenue that partially gets reallocated into… 04/04/2015 on Cool Shit about Sweden 0
#150 - I get what you're saying, but I think it pertains to developin… 04/03/2015 on Cool Shit about Sweden 0
#135 - What the **** is with Europeans thinking their educatio…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/03/2015 on Cool Shit about Sweden 0
User avatar #221 - lancasthor (04/03/2015) [-]
In "economic perspective" the money is not disappearing anywhere, it just makes an full circle in the society without profit seeking middle hands.

Cant really see how being in debt after graduating somehow goes as a better solution for anyone but some fat bastard wanting to buy a new golf car with your intrest money.
User avatar #254 - manofbeardliness (04/04/2015) [-]
How is government revenue that partially gets reallocated into public funds circulating through a economy? And what "middle hands" are you talking about? Governments and Universities are both public domain. That means the money is only circulating through the institutions involved.
User avatar #184 - thempc (04/03/2015) [-]
"nothing is free"
except being a pirate, like eric of pomerania
User avatar #167 - adak (04/03/2015) [-]
There's a slightly similar form of motivation though. All students get financial support in the form of an "allowance" as well as a student loan with pretty beneficial terms. If you don't pass your courses or maybe drop out mid-term though you lose your chance to get the financial support until you pass and you have to start paying back your loan. To use your toy analogy, you get a free toy to play with, but if you don't do your chores/work/whatever, it will get taken away and you won't get it back until you do what you're supposed to. I don't think it's really on the same level but it's definitely a strong motivator nevertheless.
#141 - pentol (04/03/2015) [-]
but it also means thatanybody with the will and grades to enter higher education can do so. when you have no barrier of entry to higher education, you will end up with a higher educated workforce, and that is a great edge to have while competing against low cost nations like you find in south asia and to a growing extent, africa.
i think you probably are right that the american system fosters more people to excel and go beyond, but on average, collectively paying for an edge in the global economy, is better than individually paying for it.
User avatar #150 - manofbeardliness (04/03/2015) [-]
I get what you're saying, but I think it pertains to developing countries more than first world ones. I think that at some point European countries end up shooting themselves in the foot because over some of these principles.
#139 - Absolute Madman (04/03/2015) [-]
"no such thing as a free lunch"

It's a foreign idea to eurofags.
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#147 - Some of my roommates and our significant others are doing an a… 04/01/2015 on Archer cosplay 0
#169 - Because a very absolutist country offered to send a democratic… 03/30/2015 on Time to learn about China 0
#89 - You can't get those results with positive reinforcement. 03/28/2015 on Motivation 0
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#13 - What's that bottom shelf **** ? just kidding, but … 03/25/2015 on MFW single 0
#126 - Amen 03/25/2015 on Get the leg breaking stick... 0
#1303 - Help I need an adult 03/24/2015 on Selfie Time! 0
#1051 - Well it was a pretty damn good one lmao. 03/24/2015 on Selfie Time! 0
#1011 - I play more frisbee golf than ultimate, but damn bruh, you a wizard?  [+] (2 new replies) 03/24/2015 on Selfie Time! 0
User avatar #1019 - aleypal (03/24/2015) [-]
ahh, yea frisbee golf is good too. just guess haha
User avatar #1051 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2015) [-]
Well it was a pretty damn good one lmao.
#972 - I'm the gingerest  [+] (6 new replies) 03/24/2015 on Selfie Time! 0
User avatar #1141 - plataeiou (03/24/2015) [-]
"Prepare your soul hole."
User avatar #1303 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2015) [-]
Help I need an adult
User avatar #989 - aleypal (03/24/2015) [-]
you look like you play ultimate frisbee, dunno why. would play frisbee/10
User avatar #1011 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2015) [-]
I play more frisbee golf than ultimate, but damn bruh, you a wizard?
User avatar #1019 - aleypal (03/24/2015) [-]
ahh, yea frisbee golf is good too. just guess haha
User avatar #1051 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2015) [-]
Well it was a pretty damn good one lmao.
#456 - Those are extremely exaggerated odds considering the hundreds … 03/24/2015 on He knows it 0
#213 - I'm not disagreeing with you on that, but it's still the fact …  [+] (2 new replies) 03/23/2015 on He knows it 0
User avatar #217 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
the problem isnt the number. not even close. the problem is the stigma. go find a black guy. any random black guy. theres stupidly good odds that hes an anime fan but will never tell you unless you actually know him. why? because its not cool. because all of his friends will shit on him even though theyre all watching it
User avatar #456 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2015) [-]
Those are extremely exaggerated odds considering the hundreds of variables in location, population, access, etc. Yea more people probably watch than they let on, and virtually all 90s kids were exposed to Dragon Ball Z and others of the sort at some point in their life. I just don't think the stigma related to anime is that bad. Go to a University campus, plenty of people walk around in pokemon cloths playing their DS, and plenty of people play their favorite card games in the open. People don't go pants them and call them dweebs, they usually just show a little interest or pass through. The stigma is only in place because of extremes. Someone who just watches anime, just fuck'n watches anime. Maybe there's a poster or collection, but the general public don't usually notice. Hardcore fans take it to extremes and usually leave a bad taste in people's mouths when they frolic around spouting broken Japanese and make everyone in a 30ft radius cringe.... Sports freaks are usually labeled tools or douchebags and people get on with their lives. Cognitive dissonance. People generally stay clear of things that make them uncomfortable.. And weirdo weebs do a pretty damn good job of it.
#193 - I'm not going to do circles around this argument... All I mean…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/23/2015 on He knows it 0
User avatar #206 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
its literally people looked at the worst members of a group and branded them as bad and now the whole group is bad. its like that with everything. i play dnd which is surprisingly a fairly social event. but most people brand it as a game for basement dwellers but when i played it in public a bunch of jocks sat down and watched asking to join in later. my main point is the social stigma against anime as a whole.

everything is branded as socialy acceptable or not regardless of the actual effects. should actual athletes be held above the random fucks at a con? sure theyve accomplished something but so can anime artists when compared to the standard sports fan.
User avatar #213 - manofbeardliness (03/23/2015) [-]
I'm not disagreeing with you on that, but it's still the fact that majority rules. There are far more sports fans than anime fans. So to me it's not surprising at all that on a societal level sports are held at a higher esteem than anime. And because anime is smaller/lesser known people will contrive their opinion based on what they see.... Which is usually the bottom of the barrel basement dwellers posting sad shit on the internet, or the people who shove it in their face. There are enough sports fans to make it apparent that the bottom of the barrel doesn't represent the whole.
User avatar #217 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
the problem isnt the number. not even close. the problem is the stigma. go find a black guy. any random black guy. theres stupidly good odds that hes an anime fan but will never tell you unless you actually know him. why? because its not cool. because all of his friends will shit on him even though theyre all watching it
User avatar #456 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2015) [-]
Those are extremely exaggerated odds considering the hundreds of variables in location, population, access, etc. Yea more people probably watch than they let on, and virtually all 90s kids were exposed to Dragon Ball Z and others of the sort at some point in their life. I just don't think the stigma related to anime is that bad. Go to a University campus, plenty of people walk around in pokemon cloths playing their DS, and plenty of people play their favorite card games in the open. People don't go pants them and call them dweebs, they usually just show a little interest or pass through. The stigma is only in place because of extremes. Someone who just watches anime, just fuck'n watches anime. Maybe there's a poster or collection, but the general public don't usually notice. Hardcore fans take it to extremes and usually leave a bad taste in people's mouths when they frolic around spouting broken Japanese and make everyone in a 30ft radius cringe.... Sports freaks are usually labeled tools or douchebags and people get on with their lives. Cognitive dissonance. People generally stay clear of things that make them uncomfortable.. And weirdo weebs do a pretty damn good job of it.
User avatar #208 - compared (03/23/2015) [-]
Thanks for the mention, hope you have an excellent day!
User avatar #209 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
you are welcome good sir have a lovely day
User avatar #210 - compared (03/23/2015) [-]
Thanks!
#178 - Obsession is obsession, and is not healthy no matter what you …  [+] (9 new replies) 03/23/2015 on He knows it 0
User avatar #181 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
and anime fans make art and create workouts based on their favorite shows. why is one more acceptable than others? there is no reason. to turn your argument around anime fans create art go to cons and try to emulate a good roll model while sports fans just watch sports. we arent talking about the athletes. much like we arent talking about writers or voice actors
User avatar #193 - manofbeardliness (03/23/2015) [-]
I'm not going to do circles around this argument... All I mean is it surprises me that anime fans don't get that society values things that are harder to achieve. Of course the art of anime and manga isn't something everyone can do, but people don't value it as highly as they do being physically fit and good at sports. Yea there are fat sacks of shit who just sit on the couch in their jersey and accomplishes just as little as the neckbeardy'est weeb, but most people who like sports, play or have played them.
User avatar #206 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
its literally people looked at the worst members of a group and branded them as bad and now the whole group is bad. its like that with everything. i play dnd which is surprisingly a fairly social event. but most people brand it as a game for basement dwellers but when i played it in public a bunch of jocks sat down and watched asking to join in later. my main point is the social stigma against anime as a whole.

everything is branded as socialy acceptable or not regardless of the actual effects. should actual athletes be held above the random fucks at a con? sure theyve accomplished something but so can anime artists when compared to the standard sports fan.
User avatar #213 - manofbeardliness (03/23/2015) [-]
I'm not disagreeing with you on that, but it's still the fact that majority rules. There are far more sports fans than anime fans. So to me it's not surprising at all that on a societal level sports are held at a higher esteem than anime. And because anime is smaller/lesser known people will contrive their opinion based on what they see.... Which is usually the bottom of the barrel basement dwellers posting sad shit on the internet, or the people who shove it in their face. There are enough sports fans to make it apparent that the bottom of the barrel doesn't represent the whole.
User avatar #217 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
the problem isnt the number. not even close. the problem is the stigma. go find a black guy. any random black guy. theres stupidly good odds that hes an anime fan but will never tell you unless you actually know him. why? because its not cool. because all of his friends will shit on him even though theyre all watching it
User avatar #456 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2015) [-]
Those are extremely exaggerated odds considering the hundreds of variables in location, population, access, etc. Yea more people probably watch than they let on, and virtually all 90s kids were exposed to Dragon Ball Z and others of the sort at some point in their life. I just don't think the stigma related to anime is that bad. Go to a University campus, plenty of people walk around in pokemon cloths playing their DS, and plenty of people play their favorite card games in the open. People don't go pants them and call them dweebs, they usually just show a little interest or pass through. The stigma is only in place because of extremes. Someone who just watches anime, just fuck'n watches anime. Maybe there's a poster or collection, but the general public don't usually notice. Hardcore fans take it to extremes and usually leave a bad taste in people's mouths when they frolic around spouting broken Japanese and make everyone in a 30ft radius cringe.... Sports freaks are usually labeled tools or douchebags and people get on with their lives. Cognitive dissonance. People generally stay clear of things that make them uncomfortable.. And weirdo weebs do a pretty damn good job of it.
User avatar #208 - compared (03/23/2015) [-]
Thanks for the mention, hope you have an excellent day!
User avatar #209 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
you are welcome good sir have a lovely day
User avatar #210 - compared (03/23/2015) [-]
Thanks!
#168 - Because sports require hard work and practice. It's the same …  [+] (13 new replies) 03/23/2015 on He knows it 0
User avatar #203 - anotherponyaccount (03/23/2015) [-]
In Australia, I've seen tonnes of people with fat beer belly's just simply sit and watch.
None of them bothered to take up the sport.
The anime Hajime no Ippo made me take steps towards boxing, Berserk made me take steps towards HEMA, Blue Exorcist made me take 2 unit Religious Studies more seriously.
User avatar #204 - anotherponyaccount (03/23/2015) [-]
Watch sports that is
User avatar #174 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
have you ever been to a sports bar? i bet you could put a group of sports fans and a group of anime fans in jumpsuits and you wouldnt be able to tell which is which
User avatar #178 - manofbeardliness (03/23/2015) [-]
Obsession is obsession, and is not healthy no matter what you like. But what I'm arguing is that given the fandom, most sports fans at least play sports, and anime fans watch anime. No shit there's more admiration for athletes, and no shit it's more socially accepted.
User avatar #181 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
and anime fans make art and create workouts based on their favorite shows. why is one more acceptable than others? there is no reason. to turn your argument around anime fans create art go to cons and try to emulate a good roll model while sports fans just watch sports. we arent talking about the athletes. much like we arent talking about writers or voice actors
User avatar #193 - manofbeardliness (03/23/2015) [-]
I'm not going to do circles around this argument... All I mean is it surprises me that anime fans don't get that society values things that are harder to achieve. Of course the art of anime and manga isn't something everyone can do, but people don't value it as highly as they do being physically fit and good at sports. Yea there are fat sacks of shit who just sit on the couch in their jersey and accomplishes just as little as the neckbeardy'est weeb, but most people who like sports, play or have played them.
User avatar #206 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
its literally people looked at the worst members of a group and branded them as bad and now the whole group is bad. its like that with everything. i play dnd which is surprisingly a fairly social event. but most people brand it as a game for basement dwellers but when i played it in public a bunch of jocks sat down and watched asking to join in later. my main point is the social stigma against anime as a whole.

everything is branded as socialy acceptable or not regardless of the actual effects. should actual athletes be held above the random fucks at a con? sure theyve accomplished something but so can anime artists when compared to the standard sports fan.
User avatar #213 - manofbeardliness (03/23/2015) [-]
I'm not disagreeing with you on that, but it's still the fact that majority rules. There are far more sports fans than anime fans. So to me it's not surprising at all that on a societal level sports are held at a higher esteem than anime. And because anime is smaller/lesser known people will contrive their opinion based on what they see.... Which is usually the bottom of the barrel basement dwellers posting sad shit on the internet, or the people who shove it in their face. There are enough sports fans to make it apparent that the bottom of the barrel doesn't represent the whole.
User avatar #217 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
the problem isnt the number. not even close. the problem is the stigma. go find a black guy. any random black guy. theres stupidly good odds that hes an anime fan but will never tell you unless you actually know him. why? because its not cool. because all of his friends will shit on him even though theyre all watching it
User avatar #456 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2015) [-]
Those are extremely exaggerated odds considering the hundreds of variables in location, population, access, etc. Yea more people probably watch than they let on, and virtually all 90s kids were exposed to Dragon Ball Z and others of the sort at some point in their life. I just don't think the stigma related to anime is that bad. Go to a University campus, plenty of people walk around in pokemon cloths playing their DS, and plenty of people play their favorite card games in the open. People don't go pants them and call them dweebs, they usually just show a little interest or pass through. The stigma is only in place because of extremes. Someone who just watches anime, just fuck'n watches anime. Maybe there's a poster or collection, but the general public don't usually notice. Hardcore fans take it to extremes and usually leave a bad taste in people's mouths when they frolic around spouting broken Japanese and make everyone in a 30ft radius cringe.... Sports freaks are usually labeled tools or douchebags and people get on with their lives. Cognitive dissonance. People generally stay clear of things that make them uncomfortable.. And weirdo weebs do a pretty damn good job of it.
User avatar #208 - compared (03/23/2015) [-]
Thanks for the mention, hope you have an excellent day!
User avatar #209 - sketchE (03/23/2015) [-]
you are welcome good sir have a lovely day
User avatar #210 - compared (03/23/2015) [-]
Thanks!
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#32 - syrianassassin (12/23/2014) [-]
welcome to /religion/

king ******** approves of your visit.
#34 to #33 - syrianassassin (12/23/2014) [-]
THE 10 COMMANDMENTS FOR THAT BOARD:

1- im the king of that board. i killed it and killed its own soul.
2- atheists always think they are right and you are wrong.
3- JIDF swarm this board. I DEFEND ISRAEL BUT NOT ZIONIST! exactly like saying i suck dicks but im not gay.
4- it was filled with fedora fags. i wiped them and all i left are the ones you see there.
5- daily *********** in that board
6- YOU WANT SERIOUS ARGUMENTS? GO **** YOURSELF. sincerely, people who disagree with you.
7- with jews you loss
8- debating in there is like pissing in the ocean of piss.
9- trying to convince someone there is like trying to chew gum with your asshole. IMPOSSIBLE!
10- your opinion doesn't matter.
User avatar #35 to #34 - manofbeardliness (12/23/2014) [-]
I have no qualms with any of that.
User avatar #30 - Milos (09/24/2013) [-]
You favored How to cut a bottle with a string two times. On pages one and five of your favorites.
User avatar #27 - BeardOfJesus (05/10/2012) [-]
the beardofjesus shines over your beardliness,
whether you want it to or not.
User avatar #28 to #28 - manofbeardliness (05/10/2012) [-]
I'm okay with this
User avatar #21 - katiewoman (01/31/2012) [-]
Hey, ran out of replies so thought I'd move it over here=)
There must be something in the water in Northern Carolina. I don't know many people at all who exceed 6'2
User avatar #22 to #22 - manofbeardliness (01/31/2012) [-]
Idk haha maybe. Most of my friends average around 6 ft and my friends brother is 6'8 and younger than me and I have a cousin who's 6'5 and a few friends that are right at my height
User avatar #23 to #23 - katiewoman (01/31/2012) [-]
Wow, that's pretty awesome, really.

So, anyway. Besides Football, what do you spend your time on?

User avatar #24 to #24 - manofbeardliness (01/31/2012) [-]
Music (instruments,) working out, hanging out with friends, drinking, doing redneck stuff that we find fun, and lots of school and working.
User avatar #1 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
Thanks for the add by the way. :)
User avatar #2 to #1 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
No problem it's nice to have company haha.
User avatar #3 to #2 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
Where ya from?
User avatar #5 to #3 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
What about you?
User avatar #4 to #3 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
Outside of elizabeth city North Carolina.
User avatar #6 to #4 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
I'm going to NC for spring break! I go there at least once a year, My brother lives in Indian Trail outside of Charlotte. I'm from seattle.
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