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Black Mamba
02-26-2010, 08:41 PM
This is the college's 3rd racial incident in 2 weeks.

First one was about the Compton-themed party:
http://www.cbs8.com/Global/story.asp?S=12013326

Second one was a show mocking blacks:
http://www.cbs8.com/Global/story.asp?S=12030737

And now this...and this dude was stupid enough to admit it:
http://www.cbs8.com/global/story.asp?s=12051843

The reason why this such a big deal is here in CA, the UC (University of California system) is not only notoriously hard to get into, cost a fortune per quarter (Try around $40K for UCLA for instance), but are also notoriously racist. Most of these school accepts a huge majority of whites and asians, with very few minorities. UCSD's black population is under 2%. And don't even get me started about UCLA and UC Berkerly. I tried to get into a summer seminar at Berkerly during my junior year in highschool and I got rejected. I was more than qualified, had a great recommendations, and still got turned down.

And interestingly enough, there are peeps out there who still don't consider the noose a big deal. Well to them, I got this for you:

Exerpt in the autobiography of Angelo Herndon titled “Let Me Live”:

“I know many stories about Negroes who were lynched on no more just provocation than this. Sometimes the lynch mobs need neither provocation nor excuse to carry on their bestial orgies. Often I used to read with horror about the lynching of some Negro worker in the South. The most gruesome, the most disgusting lynching story I ever heard was that which concerned Hayes and Mary turner, Negro sharecroppers in Georgia. They were pauperized and their landlord had tried to rob them of everything they had produced on their land with the toil of their hands and the seat of their brows. The share cropper was man enough to stand up for his rights. He demanded that the farm products be divided equally, as had been agreed upon at the beginning of the year. The landlord grew violently abusive. He threatened him and said he would “fix” him. Terrified out of his wits, for he knew that his landlord would not stop at anything to revenge himself, Hayes Turner tried to make a quite getaway. But his landlord had not allowed grass to grow on his track. He quickly organized a posse of hooligans and the most disreputable elements in the community and gave chase to the runaway. The posse, led by the County Sheriff, caught up with Hayes Turner at the fork of the road near Barney. THEY STRUNG HIM UP ON A TREE AT WAYSIDE WHERE HE HUNG FOR TWO DAYS. Hysterical and grief-stricken, Mrs. Turner was heard to remark that she would have the lynchers arrested. When the lynch mob heard of her determination they decided they were going to teach her a lesson for such a presumption. Although she was in the eighth month of her pregnancy, THEY STRUNG HER TO A TREE AND BROKE HER NECK. THEY HANGED HER BY HER FEET AND POURED GASOLINE OVER HER. As she burned, the mob howled with glee. Then one maniac, wielding a hog-splitting knife, RIPPED HER BELLY OPEN AND THE LITTLE INFANT FELL OUT. ONE OF THE LYNCHERS STAMPED THE INFANT WITH HIS HOBNAILED SHOES INTO THE EARTH. Then the mob, driven with wild bestiality, began to howl like wolves and in their criminal sadism fired hundreds of bullets into her lifeless body.”

flo
02-26-2010, 08:56 PM
I did some googling because I didn't want that story to be true. But it is.

It still astounds me the depths of evil man can sink to in the abuse of another person. It makes me want to resign from the human race.

There is NO excuse for displaying a noose. It isn't funny; it isn't satire. I equate it with minimizing the impact of the swastika.

Miss Foxy
02-26-2010, 09:35 PM
I did some googling because I didn't want that story to be true. But it is.

It still astounds me the depths of evil man can sink to in the abuse of another person. It makes me want to resign from the human race.

There is NO excuse for displaying a noose. It isn't funny; it isn't satire. I equate it with minimizing the impact of the swastika.
+1:)

Chuck
02-27-2010, 12:33 AM
From the article...

A University of California statement said a student admitted she and two other people were responsible. The statement did not identify the students or their race or include a motive.

When taking the other acts on campus into consideration I can understand why this would be considered racist but if this were an isolated act I would have a hard time calling it "racist" based off of the information in the article.

Hanging people as a form of execution has been used on far more Caucasian people then any other race in history. Obviously it's most predominate recent use has been against African Americans in the Civil Rights movement but to me a noose alone holds no racial meaning.

NateR
02-27-2010, 12:46 AM
College campuses have been breeding grounds for hate ever since they were taken over by left-wing radicals. While the occasional racist incident against African-Americans will get the most attention and sensationalization, Anti-Semitism has been on the rise in college campuses for well over a decade now.

A report from 2007:
http://www.schaler.net/Marcus.pdf

An article about Anti-Semitism on campus on the ADL (Anti-Defamation League) website from 1997:
http://www.adl.org/presrele/asus_12/3036_12.asp

It's funny how this gets completely swept under the rug, but somebody puts up a noose on a college campus when we have a black President and suddenly everyone is up in arms. Kind of a double standard if you ask me.

flo
02-27-2010, 02:03 AM
I think it's more than a double standard - it's blatant anti-semitism. Probably most don't remember when the Bus#19 tour hit Berkeley because the MSM didn't cover it.

http://zombietime.com/bus_19_berkeley/

flo
02-27-2010, 02:08 AM
That first link has some really ugly stuff, Nate.

Just another reason why ANY hateful representations are out of place in our schools and universities.

atomdanger
02-27-2010, 03:07 AM
I don't know why the percentage of blacks at certain schools matters,
we aren't allowed to have whites only schools,
but there are black colleges.

flo
02-27-2010, 04:55 AM
I don't know why the percentage of blacks at certain schools matters,
we aren't allowed to have whites only schools,
but there are black colleges.
Historically, colleges in the US were "white"; yes, there are black-founded colleges but whites are not barred from attending them. Look here:

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1355/is_12_97/ai_60041426/

rearnakedchoke
02-27-2010, 03:17 PM
I don't know why the percentage of blacks at certain schools matters,
we aren't allowed to have whites only schools,
but there are black colleges.

anyone can attend a black college

jason2130
02-27-2010, 03:20 PM
wanna know how to stop racist kids from haveing nooses around?

when i was in school it was fairly common to see a noose with racist implications, my senior year goth kids started putting mini ones up on their rear view mirrors and no self respecting racist wanted to be called goth so it stopped almost over night :laugh:

J.B.
02-27-2010, 04:03 PM
wanna know how to stop racist kids from haveing nooses around?

when i was in school it was fairly common to see a noose with racist implications, my senior year goth kids started putting mini ones up on their rear view mirrors and no self respecting racist wanted to be called goth so it stopped almost over night :laugh:

I lol'd

Buzzard
02-27-2010, 06:08 PM
It's funny how this gets completely swept under the rug, but somebody puts up a noose on a college campus when we have a black President and suddenly everyone is up in arms. Kind of a double standard if you ask me.

I call BS. Remember this incident when Bush was in office.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=3580350&page=1

J.B.
02-27-2010, 06:24 PM
anyone can attend a black college

There is a horrible double standard in today's society and just because white people can attend black colleges, it doesn't make it any different.

Mamba raised the point about a low percentage of blacks at UCSD. What are the percentage of white people at black colleges? I am gonna guess it's about the same for the most part, but you don't hear widespread outcry labeling those black colleges as "racist". If a college were to label itself a "white college" or "historically white college", Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would be leading a giant protest in the streets.

The noose thing is just stupid though, you are always gonna have ignorant people no matter where you are.

flo
02-27-2010, 07:59 PM
There is a horrible double standard in today's society and just because white people can attend black colleges, it doesn't make it any different.

Mamba raised the point about a low percentage of blacks at UCSD. What are the percentage of white people at black colleges?

You must have missed my link in #9, JB. :wink:

But your points are hitting home. I think there is a double standard too. You'd never see White Entertainment Television (WET, tee hee). But it would never happen! What about the Rooney Rule? Is that fair to ALL minorities? Should it be implemented for college coaching positions? I know it is about addressing injustices in hiring practices but what about the best person for the job and the right of an employer to hire who they want?

It's all so complicated. I believe in righting wrongs but some means don't always justify the ends, do they?

I think an egregious example of the double standard was when the torture/murder of this Knoxville couple was not branded a "hate crime". The police chief said it wasn't racially motivated; then what IS the benchmark for a hate crime? When I first heard of it I didn't even believe such a crime could happen in the US. Not for weak stomachs:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murders_of_Channon_Christian_and_Christopher_Newso m

I think people on both sides of the racial divide are politically correct and that's why we can't have real meaningful "dialogue" about it. I also think there's lots of anger on both sides.

KENTUCKYREDBONE
02-27-2010, 08:22 PM
You know I thought Asians were a Racial minority in America! Admittedly they tend to be more admired and respected than some other races. As for the noose thing. If it was hung as a form of intimidation,threat or some such then that should be unacceptable no matter what race it's aimed at!

J.B.
02-27-2010, 09:42 PM
You must have missed my link in #9, JB. :wink:

But your points are hitting home. I think there is a double standard too. You'd never see White Entertainment Television (WET, tee hee). But it would never happen! What about the Rooney Rule? Is that fair to ALL minorities? Should it be implemented for college coaching positions? I know it is about addressing injustices in hiring practices but what about the best person for the job and the right of an employer to hire who they want?

It's all so complicated. I believe in righting wrongs but some means don't always justify the ends, do they?

I think an egregious example of the double standard was when the torture/murder of this Knoxville couple was not branded a "hate crime". The police chief said it wasn't racially motivated; then what IS the benchmark for a hate crime? When I first heard of it I didn't even believe such a crime could happen in the US. Not for weak stomachs:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murders_of_Channon_Christian_and_Christopher_Newso m

I think people on both sides of the racial divide are politically correct and that's why we can't have real meaningful "dialogue" about it. I also think there's lots of anger on both sides.

Sorry, I did miss that link. :ashamed:

The Newsome/Christian murders is one of the craziest things I have ever heard of. I agree, the media should have given it more appropriate coverage, and Michelle Malkin was the only one who pointed it out in the MSM and she did it as a guest host of the O'reilly Factor.

However, to be fair, there was a very racist element to that story from the other side of the racial line. A lot of white power websites spread false rumors about the details of the crime to stir up hate. There were even fake websites set up that purported that they were murdered as a sacrifice to some African Sun-God or some crap. Totally ridiculous and totally tasteless. Like I said before, you are always gonna have ignorant people no matter where you are or where the people come from.

rearnakedchoke
02-27-2010, 10:14 PM
Sorry, I did miss that link. :ashamed:

The Newsome/Christian murders is one of the craziest things I have ever heard of. I agree, the media should have given it more appropriate coverage, and Michelle Malkin was the only one who pointed it out in the MSM and she did it as a guest host of the O'reilly Factor.

However, to be fair, there was a very racist element to that story from the other side of the racial line. A lot of white power websites spread false rumors about the details of the crime to stir up hate. There were even fake websites set up that purported that they were murdered as a sacrifice to some African Sun-God or some crap. Totally ridiculous and totally tasteless. Like I said before, you are always gonna have ignorant people no matter where you are or where the people come from.

agreed 100%

flo
02-27-2010, 11:41 PM
Like I said before, you are always gonna have ignorant people no matter where you are or where the people come from.

Right on.

J.B.
02-28-2010, 03:55 AM
Historically, colleges in the US were "white"; yes, there are black-founded colleges but whites are not barred from attending them. Look here:

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1355/is_12_97/ai_60041426/

I got a chance to read this article now, and that's very interesting, but not totally surprising given some of the factors they list. I would also think that some other factors not listed likely play a role in the increase of white enrollment in historically black colleges.

Still, that article does say a few things that stand out to me.

Number one, it is only referencing four schools out of the 106 historically black colleges, which translates to under 1%.

Number two is that the President of the United Negro College Fund basically pitches the black colleges as "high-quality bargains". That alone speaks volumes, and given how expensive it has become to attend major universities it's no surprise that enrollment at schools that are less expensive is up over the last 30 years.

Number three is the most blatant and obvious part of the article, which I think also speaks volumes to the bigger issue we are discussing here....
While some experts say the increase in diversity of Black colleges is a sign that they are successfully competing with other institutions, others fear that the heritage and mission of Black schools may be jeopardized if fewer and fewer Blacks attend.

Now, I don't have a problem with that whatsoever. I agree, if less black people go to black colleges, that kinda defeats the purpose. However, let's not beat around the bush, this is where the double standard comes into play. This would not be so easily accepted if the shoe were on the other foot and these were "historically white colleges". Also, it wouldn't only be blacks or other "minorities" protesting, there would be plenty of white people up in arms as well.

Before somebody misinterprets what I am saying, I want to be clear that I have no problem with black colleges or the UNCF. What I don't like is the blatant double standards that exist in society when it comes to issues of race. Yes, racism exists to varying degrees in all cultures and groups and it ALWAYS will. However, I think sometimes even intelligent and rational people end up getting dragged down to a lower level of thought based solely on personal pride and raw emotion when the issue of race gets brought up.

Here in America, ANYBODY can be successful, and that is one of the things that makes this the best country in the world in my opinion. Sometimes when these types of things happen and some ignorant moron does something stupid, we tend to forget that. We forget that this is NOT the same country it was 50 years ago. Letting the isolated actions of morons get to us only sets the progress that has been made, back.

atomdanger
02-28-2010, 06:03 PM
Historically, colleges in the US were "white"; yes, there are black-founded colleges but whites are not barred from attending them. Look here:

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1355/is_12_97/ai_60041426/

lol
4 of 106 black colleges.

But its good to know whites are not barred from attending.

Play The Man
03-02-2010, 05:22 PM
This whole incident was a not an act of racial intimidation but a complete hoax. The noose was made and left in the library by a female minority student. I wonder if the people that rushed the admin building with handkerchiefs on their faces will apologize . . . I won't hold my breath.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-ucsd2-2010mar02,0,5953265.story



The campus paper publishes an anonymous letter by a minority student who calls the incident 'a mindless act and stupid mistake.'

By Larry Gordon


The UC San Diego student reportedly responsible for hanging a noose last week in a campus library issued a public, but anonymous, apology Monday and said she had no racist motivation.

The noose's discovery set off protests at a school that is already tense from recent racially charged episodes and triggered condemnations from UC leaders and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

In a letter published Monday on the front page of the UC San Diego student newspaper, the Guardian, the student wrote that the incident was "a mindless act and stupid mistake" and was not meant to recall the lynching of blacks.

"As a minority student who sympathizes with the students that have been affected by the recent issues on campus, I am distraught to know that I have unintentionally added to their pain," the student wrote. She was suspended Friday and remains under investigation for a possible hate crime.

The letter is signed "Anonymous UCSD Student" and offers no clues about her identity or ethnicity.

Sari Thayer, the Guardian's Web editor, said in an interview that the woman had asked the paper to publish the letter and that "a reliable source" confirmed its authenticity.

The woman wrote that she and friends had been playing with the rope early last week, making a lasso and then a noose.

She said that she took it to the library Tuesday, strung it above a desk and forgot about it. Its discovery Thursday night caused a firestorm on campus, where tensions were high after a Feb. 15 off-campus party that mocked Black History Month.

A campus official declined to comment on the letter and said that university police continue to investigate the incident.

Tyburn
03-02-2010, 05:25 PM
:blink:

This whole thread is really bizzare to me :unsure-1:

I dont understand why anyone would think the colour of a person makes the slightest bit of difference. The colour is simply a skin pigmentation, which probably originated purely as a reaction to sunlight.

I also find it strange that anything remotely non white is labled "black" they go on about Barack Obama being black...but I've seen him, and to me he doesnt look that dark at all...there are people who work in ASDA who are african, and they are pure black in colour...stand them next to a black American, and it makes the American look positively white.

The whole issue seems strange to me, when its quite obvious that the colour of someones skin has about as much effect on their being as the colour of the clothes they wear...could you imagine someone being persecuted because they wore blue jeans or something :blink:

There are parts of racial descrimination that I understand...but I have never understood the ones based on meloline levels in skins cells...to me its...absured :blink:

Miss Foxy
03-02-2010, 05:34 PM
:blink:

This whole thread is really bizzare to me :unsure-1:

I dont understand why anyone would think the colour of a person makes the slightest bit of difference. The colour is simply a skin pigmentation, which probably originated purely as a reaction to sunlight.

I also find it strange that anything remotely non white is labled "black" they go on about Barack Obama being black...but I've seen him, and to me he doesnt look that dark at all...there are people who work in ASDA who are african, and they are pure black in colour...stand them next to a black American, and it makes the American look positively white.

The whole issue seems strange to me, when its quite obvious that the colour of someones skin has about as much effect on their being as the colour of the clothes they wear...could you imagine someone being persecuted because they wore blue jeans or something :blink:

There are parts of racial descrimination that I understand...but I have never understood the ones based on meloline levels in skins cells...to me its...absured :blink:I love your innocence Dave!! :wink:

flo
03-02-2010, 05:40 PM
This whole incident was a not an act of racial intimidation but a complete hoax. The noose was made and left in the library by a female minority student. I wonder if the people that rushed the admin building with handkerchiefs on their faces will apologize . . . I won't hold my breath.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-ucsd2-2010mar02,0,5953265.story





Thanks for the update, PTM, I'm glad it turned out that way. Much ado about nothing, eh?

Buzzard
03-02-2010, 05:42 PM
:blink:

This whole thread is really bizzare to me :unsure-1:

I dont understand why anyone would think the colour of a person makes the slightest bit of difference. The colour is simply a skin pigmentation, which probably originated purely as a reaction to sunlight.

I also find it strange that anything remotely non white is labled "black" they go on about Barack Obama being black...but I've seen him, and to me he doesnt look that dark at all...there are people who work in ASDA who are african, and they are pure black in colour...stand them next to a black American, and it makes the American look positively white.

The whole issue seems strange to me, when its quite obvious that the colour of someones skin has about as much effect on their being as the colour of the clothes they wear...could you imagine someone being persecuted because they wore blue jeans or something :blink:

There are parts of racial descrimination that I understand...but I have never understood the ones based on meloline levels in skins cells...to me its...absured :blink:

Please tell us all what "meloline" is.

atomdanger
03-02-2010, 05:53 PM
:blink:

This whole thread is really bizzare to me :unsure-1:

I dont understand why anyone would think the colour of a person makes the slightest bit of difference. The colour is simply a skin pigmentation, which probably originated purely as a reaction to sunlight.

I also find it strange that anything remotely non white is labled "black" they go on about Barack Obama being black...but I've seen him, and to me he doesnt look that dark at all...there are people who work in ASDA who are african, and they are pure black in colour...stand them next to a black American, and it makes the American look positively white.

The whole issue seems strange to me, when its quite obvious that the colour of someones skin has about as much effect on their being as the colour of the clothes they wear...could you imagine someone being persecuted because they wore blue jeans or something :blink:

There are parts of racial descrimination that I understand...but I have never understood the ones based on meloline levels in skins cells...to me its...absured :blink:

You'd have to spend some time in white and black america,
to maybe get a better understanding.

A lot of it comes from steretypes, but blacks are something like 15 percent of the US population,
while making up over 50 percent of prison population.
So, a lot of whites think of them as nothing but trouble.

Tyburn
03-02-2010, 05:59 PM
Please tell us all what "meloline" is.

its a chemical that causes the skin to change colour, it can be triggered by the sun, or levels of it can be passed down genetically. I think its a way of trying to protect the skin from sunlight...which is why those who are desert dwellers often have the darkest colour skin, they have the most of that substance.

:biggrin-1:

County Mike
03-02-2010, 06:11 PM
its a chemical that causes the skin to change colour, it can be triggered by the sun, or levels of it can be passed down genetically. I think its a way of trying to protect the skin from sunlight...which is why those who are desert dwellers often have the darkest colour skin, they have the most of that substance.

:biggrin-1:

I thought it was called melanin.

Tyburn
03-02-2010, 06:15 PM
You'd have to spend some time in white and black america,
to maybe get a better understanding.

A lot of it comes from steretypes, but blacks are something like 15 percent of the US population,
while making up over 50 percent of prison population.
So, a lot of whites think of them as nothing but trouble.

well I talk to alot of black coloured fighters online....if that counts :) like my Favourite Suckerpunch Fighter outside of Jens Pulver, is Levon Maynard, he's Black, and I remember I got on extremely well with a guy at the HIT Squad when I visited called Cortez Coleman, I have an interview with him infact. There is always Antwain Britt :laugh: ....But Anthony Morrison...now he is something to be observed...always going on about "cheese steak" whatever that might be :blink:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auEILllgSnQ

Then there is of course Cheick Kongo who I have met over here :ninja: ...and there is also Mackens Semerzier, whose name I can never seem to pronounce correctly no matter how many times I try :rolleyes:

ohh and LC Davis...I nearly forgot all about him :cool:


The black guys at work, they dont really speak much...one of them I dont care for because he's a numptie, and one of them seems petrified of speaking to anyone he doesnt know. :unsure-1:

Now Black Women...I know lots about. I used to live with Several. this was in the Lay Community at Saint Paul's Cathedral...there was Kim, she was from Trinidad...she got married to Silvero Da Silva Eventually. But the person I really got on well with was Stella Kisitu, She was African. Then at University (which was actually before) I got involved with a Gospel church for a while, I knew Phylis Jordan from Meso America...if you have ever watched or know of the adverts that used to have "the Lilt Ladies" in it....she was like that, rotunde, always laughing, and Martins friend called Toyin Ogunjimo, she was from Africa...and my word could she ever sing. I have never heard anyone sing like that except off of records. A vocal delight :w00t:

Tyburn
03-02-2010, 06:16 PM
I thought it was called melanin.

:mellow: thats what I meant

rearnakedchoke
03-02-2010, 06:50 PM
You'd have to spend some time in white and black america,
to maybe get a better understanding.

A lot of it comes from steretypes, but blacks are something like 15 percent of the US population,
while making up over 50 percent of prison population.
So, a lot of whites think of them as nothing but trouble.

i wouldn't say only that .. a lot of white people like blacks for the entertainment value ... singing, dancing (especially shuffling), athletics ..

rearnakedchoke
03-02-2010, 06:52 PM
This whole incident was a not an act of racial intimidation but a complete hoax. The noose was made and left in the library by a female minority student. I wonder if the people that rushed the admin building with handkerchiefs on their faces will apologize . . . I won't hold my breath.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-ucsd2-2010mar02,0,5953265.story





well, since a minority did it, let's forget the whole thing ... whatever .. glad that they suspended the person, but let's not get it into our heads that minorities can't be racist or in this particular case, dislike blacks.

rearnakedchoke
03-02-2010, 06:55 PM
well I talk to alot of black coloured fighters online....if that counts :) like my Favourite Suckerpunch Fighter outside of Jens Pulver, is Levon Maynard, he's Black, and I remember I got on extremely well with a guy at the HIT Squad when I visited called Cortez Coleman, I have an interview with him infact. There is always Antwain Britt :laugh: ....But Anthony Morrison...now he is something to be observed...always going on about "cheese steak" whatever that might be :blink:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auEILllgSnQ

Then there is of course Cheick Kongo who I have met over here :ninja: ...and there is also Mackens Semerzier, whose name I can never seem to pronounce correctly no matter how many times I try :rolleyes:

ohh and LC Davis...I nearly forgot all about him :cool:


The black guys at work, they dont really speak much...one of them I dont care for because he's a numptie, and one of them seems petrified of speaking to anyone he doesnt know. :unsure-1:

Now Black Women...I know lots about. I used to live with Several. this was in the Lay Community at Saint Paul's Cathedral...there was Kim, she was from Trinidad...she got married to Silvero Da Silva Eventually. But the person I really got on well with was Stella Kisitu, She was African. Then at University (which was actually before) I got involved with a Gospel church for a while, I knew Phylis Jordan from Meso America...if you have ever watched or know of the adverts that used to have "the Lilt Ladies" in it....she was like that, rotunde, always laughing, and Martins friend called Toyin Ogunjimo, she was from Africa...and my word could she ever sing. I have never heard anyone sing like that except off of records. A vocal delight :w00t:

LOL .. have you really spoken to that many black people ?? LOL ... that is hilarious and i share Foxy's sentiment that your innocence is great ...

Tyburn
03-02-2010, 07:10 PM
LOL .. have you really spoken to that many black people ?? LOL ... that is hilarious and i share Foxy's sentiment that your innocence is great ...

Yes. Well, when I say spoke...most of it is online like this...but not in the case of half I listed which I've actually met, video proof of that was posted.

Unfortunately in all the places ive been there hasnt been a large black population in which to actually mix. I've had more experience of living with Asians then blacks...but more with blacks then orientals...other then
Seung-ho this Chinese guy I used to talk to and teach English to in London, and Aisa who was Japanese and got shot by the Israeli Army whilst out in Palastine, and then caught cholera aswell....and the odd Malaysian who has worked on our department at work...I couldnt tell you a think about the most common skin colour/type on the planet. :ninja:

Tyburn
03-02-2010, 07:42 PM
I love your innocence Dave!! :wink:

this is not the end, this is not even the begining of the end, but it might well be the end of the begining :laugh:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAtut_ex9mw

rearnakedchoke
03-02-2010, 11:34 PM
oh, and for the record, i think this person should be charged with a hate crime

Miss Foxy
03-02-2010, 11:44 PM
oh, and for the record, i think this person should be charged with a hate crime

Likewise what's wrong is wrong and what's right is right.. Regardless of skin color. Makes me sick to my tummy to think people find it funny that people have actually died like that whether black/white.

Black Mamba
03-02-2010, 11:57 PM
This university can't seem to catch a break. Today a pillow case was made to look like a KKK hat was found at the library. :no: