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#9 - If im wrong feel free to correct me but a Washington post arti…  [+] (7 replies) 07/16/2016 on "Black 0n Black Crime Isn't... +3
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#25 - skorve (07/17/2016) [-]
There's really no "official" way to check for that; it's just a matter of whether or not you support and engage in the movement. His facebook being connected to and following BLM pages is enough for me to say he was a part of it.
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#20 - omegafriend (07/17/2016) [-]
The shooter's social media showed he supported BLM
#27 - fukkentyranitar (07/17/2016) [-]
Bin Laden Liked big titty porno. But we shouldn't blame 9/11 on pornhub. The protesters who were there were doing so in a civil manner. The shooter would have done it regardless of a social movement. Dylan Roof wasn't inspired by a hashtag to kill innocents.
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#42 - omegafriend (07/17/2016) [-]
Blm has called for cop killing
Guy who likes them kills cops
Blm had nothing to do with it
Sure
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#43 - fukkentyranitar (07/17/2016) [-]
{Citation Needed}
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#44 - omegafriend (07/17/2016) [-]
#17 - greylon (07/17/2016) [-]
I think he was just confusing the fact that it happened after a BLM rally, that was apparently very peaceful and without any problems, with the guy being related to the movement.
#88 - im not talking about being undocumented so much as I am everyt…  [+] (1 reply) 06/07/2016 on Undocumented +2
#159 - anon (06/07/2016) [-]
The people that don't want her to stay don't have rational reasons, they have emotionally charged logic leading to resistance to change and foreign concepts, and resistance to anything threatening their sense of tradition. It's how they were raised, and how their right amygdala formed.
#66 - I have an opinion question. Why would she even be needed to be…  [+] (8 replies) 06/07/2016 on Undocumented +7
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#213 - wootsauce (06/07/2016) [-]
Part of the immigration process is taking an Oath to this country and the Constitution... by breaking and flaunting her status as an illegal, she is signaling that she doesn't respect this country, it's laws, or the proper process.

She may be good in school, but that doesn't mean a thing when compared to lacking a certain love for this country that all immigrants should have.
#95 - anon (06/07/2016) [-]
Because it undermines the process that millions of other people are forced to go through in order to become citizens. We even have incredibly bright professors and scientists that come to this country from other nations that contribute, but they have to go through the same process as everyone else. They weren't handed a green card simply because we wanted them.

So why would we say it's okay for her to stay even though her family broke the law but still force millions of other people to go through the system? It's unequal treatment. She shouldn't get an automatic pass because she has good grades.
#99 - oneofthejesuses (06/07/2016) [-]
the process undermines itself. I believe the system needs to be fixed before it can truly be used as a critique for hers or other peoples actions. its not a morally objectionable crime. look at it from the point of view of buying a car. how many people do you think would drive cars illegally if on average it took 5 years to get a licence instead of 1(just a random number btw).
#82 - akimbobears (06/07/2016) [-]
To quote a great man '[she] can come in ... but [she] [has] to do it legally"
#89 - oneofthejesuses (06/07/2016) [-]
true. I dont condone her actions for being here illegally. I do however think its a step backwards to send her back. the past is the past, move on or there will never be a change.
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#78 - princessderpy (06/07/2016) [-]
felony charge?
#88 - oneofthejesuses (06/07/2016) [-]
im not talking about being undocumented so much as I am everything else. I'd say in her case so long as she pays her dues while here and is a productive member of society, what's the actual harm of having here stay?
#159 - anon (06/07/2016) [-]
The people that don't want her to stay don't have rational reasons, they have emotionally charged logic leading to resistance to change and foreign concepts, and resistance to anything threatening their sense of tradition. It's how they were raised, and how their right amygdala formed.
#11 - oh cool, out of curiosity do you know if it's a speech habit t…  [+] (3 replies) 05/07/2016 on Way too much hentai... 0
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#14 - dislikinator (05/07/2016) [-]
It's not that weird, actually. It's a very loose f, almost a v.
Try sighing those 5 sounds without using your vocal chord and you'll notice that the 'hu' sounds like 'fu'. It's more of an 'in the middle between fu and hu', just like how their 'ra' is in the middle between 'la' and 'ra'.

Why didn't they took more care to make it sound like 'hu' rather than 'fu'? Because they never intended to actually make 'a character that respresents the h sound and u sound', but they needed a an aspirated equivalent for 'u'.
#13 - dethransam (05/07/2016) [-]
hu or fu being interchangable has nothing to do with pronunciation, just the system of romaji you're using. In some systems ぢ is written as di, even though the pronunciation is identical to じ
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#12 - cdm (05/07/2016) [-]
I really don't know. The hu->fu thing isn't the only letter that's different from its family (there's 4 more like it, like ti->chi), but I don't have the slightest idea how those 5 came to be.
#8 - the last one is wrong sadly, it means fu in romaji not tal…  [+] (5 replies) 05/07/2016 on Way too much hentai... 0
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#9 - cdm (05/07/2016) [-]
Either's considered correct, though it is typically written as fu.

It belongs in the h_ family (ha-hi-_u-hi-ho), but the pronunciation's closer to fu (it's something between the two).
#11 - oneofthejesuses (05/07/2016) [-]
oh cool, out of curiosity do you know if it's a speech habit that they sound familiar when spoken which is why they can sometimes be written interchangeably?
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#14 - dislikinator (05/07/2016) [-]
It's not that weird, actually. It's a very loose f, almost a v.
Try sighing those 5 sounds without using your vocal chord and you'll notice that the 'hu' sounds like 'fu'. It's more of an 'in the middle between fu and hu', just like how their 'ra' is in the middle between 'la' and 'ra'.

Why didn't they took more care to make it sound like 'hu' rather than 'fu'? Because they never intended to actually make 'a character that respresents the h sound and u sound', but they needed a an aspirated equivalent for 'u'.
#13 - dethransam (05/07/2016) [-]
hu or fu being interchangable has nothing to do with pronunciation, just the system of romaji you're using. In some systems ぢ is written as di, even though the pronunciation is identical to じ
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#12 - cdm (05/07/2016) [-]
I really don't know. The hu->fu thing isn't the only letter that's different from its family (there's 4 more like it, like ti->chi), but I don't have the slightest idea how those 5 came to be.
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