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YOU CAN TAKE THE NEGRO OUT OF AFRICA . . .

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15 minutes ago, Zaro said:

it's just the new flash mob thing

 

Dumb bitch & HO...there is nothing new like the knock out game about these flash mobs in Philly. (my home town)

 

They have been going on for years....it's just the ultraliberal agenda driven media have been covering them up.

 

BTW: These ghetto rats are what we call: 3rd generation...that is their grandmothers are on welfare and had a child out of wedlock, their mothers are on welfare and had a child out of wedlock and they are on welfare and and have children out of wedlock...thus creating a permanent underclass on welfare leaches.

 

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This would Never happen in Canada, I wonder why???.....HHmmmmmmm

 

Enter Philly, lock doors and dont make eye contact!

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9 minutes ago, Zaro said:

it's just the new flash mob thing

But 99% are negroes.  Can you explain that?

Will you excuse the KKK for violent felonies?  Why not?   But, yes for the negroes?

Do you understand that this makes you a hypocrite......and a racist?  This is why we cannot get on the same page.  

You have one set of rules for blacks....and another set of rules for whites.   This is why you are helping to create hate in the world.  

You pre-judge the KKK.....and you pre-judge the negro.   Therefore, can we call you "prejudiced".   It looks to me like you are guilty.

 

Why can't we get on the same page?        😎

 

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On 7/9/2019 at 9:05 PM, Taipan said:

 

You have one set of rules for blacks....and another set of rules for whites.   

 

Why can't we get on the same page?        😎

 

 

and who came up with that?

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6 minutes ago, Zaro said:

and who came up with that?

 

Me. Let's talk about it on PM...?

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On 7/9/2019 at 9:21 PM, BIGTEX said:

YOU CAN TAKE THE NEGRO OUT OF AFRICA . . .

No.  You haven't been able to do that since the 1800's.  It was a different world back then.  White cotton as far as the eye could see.  Well bread southern ladies with unblemished skin as white talc and as sweet as a mint julep.

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2 hours ago, Skans said:

No.  You haven't been able to do that since the 1800's.  It was a different world back then.  White cotton as far as the eye could see.  Well bread southern ladies with unblemished skin as white talc and as sweet as a mint julep.

Where BIGTEX resides there are STILL plenty of well-bred southern ladies with unblemished skin as white as talc and as sweet as a mint julep.

 

That's the WONDERFUL, FABULOUS AND BEAUTIFUL corner of the world in which BIGTEX resides.

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On 7/9/2019 at 8:29 PM, XavierOnassis said:

But you cannot take the stupid out of Puny Tex.

I am glad to know that most folks from Texas are not quite as ignorant as Big Tex. 

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3 hours ago, Skans said:

No.  You haven't been able to do that since the 1800's.  It was a different world back then.  White cotton as far as the eye could see.  Well bread southern ladies with unblemished skin as white talc and as sweet as a mint julep.

But was it a better world?

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5 minutes ago, impartialobserver said:

But was it a better world?

I think many aspects of it were better.   The world was a place that could still be explored without franchised restaurants, theme parks, noise, traffic, angry people and light 24/7.

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1 minute ago, Skans said:

I think many aspects of it were better.   The world was a place that could still be explored without franchised restaurants, theme parks, noise, traffic, angry people and light 24/7.

Can you think of any way in which life is better today?

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The

Democrat National Socialist

Vote-Plantation n!gger...

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...and their contribution to the Civil Society.

 

Ha!

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2 hours ago, Skans said:

I think many aspects of it were better.   The world was a place that could still be explored without franchised restaurants, theme parks, noise, traffic, angry people and light 24/7.

You hit upon a pet peeve of BIGTEX!

 

The proliferation of franchised restaurants - particularly "fast food garbage" restaurants - is one of the WORST things to happen to the USA in the past fifty or sixty years.

 

BIGTEX is proud to state that his hometown doesn't have a single franchised restaurant!

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2 hours ago, Skans said:

I think many aspects of it were better.   The world was a place that could still be explored without franchised restaurants, theme parks, noise, traffic, angry people and light 24/7.

 

I recall driving from my home in Missouri down to Valdosta to visit my uncle in 1959. The roads in Mississippi were terrible and rutted, and the bridges were single lanes. There were these huge homemade looking signs , MISSISSIPPI LAW STOP At All railroad crossings. And if you did, the locals would blast past you without stopping, honking furiously. Along the highway, you could see cabins where the people still had kerosene lanterns. Electricity still had not come to rural Itawamba  County. All the service stations had Whites only on the restroom doors and on the drinking fountains. Food in restaurants was a hit or miss thing, It was either good or inedible. Everyplace south of the Missouri border was like a Third World Country.

 

Franchised restaurants at least are consistent. You know what KFC Chicken, Burger King Burgers and McDonald's  food will be like.

At most  non-franchised restaurants in the rural South, the cook learned his trade in the Army. Occasionally, he learned more than that.

If Puny Tex's hick town does not even have a Waffle House, it must truly be out in the sticks.

Usually, Barbecue places are the best restaurants in tiny Texas towns.

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9 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

 

I recall driving from my home in Missouri down to Valdosta to visit my uncle in 1959. The roads in Mississippi were terrible and rutted, and the bridges were single lanes. There were these huge homemade looking signs , MISSISSIPPI LAW STOP At All railroad crossings. And if you did, the locals would blast past you without stopping, honking furiously. Along the highway, you could see cabins where the people still had kerosene lanterns. Electricity still had not come to rural Itawamba  County. All the service stations had Whites only on the restroom doors and on the drinking fountains. Food in restaurants was a hit or miss thing, It was either good or inedible. Everyplace south of the Missouri border was like a Third World Country.

 

Franchised restaurants at least are consistent. You know what KFC Chicken, Burger King Burgers and McDonald's  food will be like.

At most  non-franchised restaurants in the rural South, the cook learned his trade in the Army. Occasionally, he learned more than that.

If Puny Tex's hick town does not even have a Waffle House, it must truly be out in the sticks.

Usually, Barbecue places are the best restaurants in tiny Texas towns.

Mississippi has the highest percentage of negroes of any state in the USA, and the percentage was HIGHER in 1959.

 

So, thank you, Ecksavier (the Kumbaya Kid) for PROVING BIGTEX CORRECT ONCE AGAIN!

 

But, as you stated, the reason the negro communities are poor and disfunctional has NOTHING to do with the fact that they have low IQs and poor impulse control.  According to you, the only reason they are poor is because they don't want to compete with the white man.

 

(Yes, folks!  Ecksavier Kumbaya REALLY STATED  THAT!)

 

 

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13 hours ago, impartialobserver said:

Can you think of any way in which life is better today?

Of course. But, I think I could really enjoy living in a post-revolutionary America. 

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11 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

I recall driving from my home in Missouri down to Valdosta to visit my uncle in 1959.

 

Friends, and I, used to drive-down to South Of The Border (for fireworks...and, cigarettes), in the early-70s....and, ALWAYS knew when we were in North Carolina!!!!

 

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OTHERS obviously noticed, AS WELL!!!

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/HistoryPorn/comments/1v2guc/you_are_in_the_heart_of_klan_country_i_took_this/

 

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3 hours ago, Skans said:

Of course. But, I think I could really enjoy living in a post-revolutionary America. 

Every era/generation has its plus's and minus's (or pro's and con's) depending on the person. I find the types that say, "It was always better back in the day" to be simplistic and myopic.

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2 hours ago, impartialobserver said:

Every era/generation has its plus's and minus's (or pro's and con's) depending on the person. I find the types that say, "It was always better back in the day" to be simplistic and myopic.

I agree.  In fact, do this little exercise:

 

Pick an era that you really would like to go back in time and live out the rest of your days.  You get to take anything and everything (and I mean anything) from this time frame that you can afford to purchase.  What would you take?

 

My list is quite long.  The longer your list, the more you really need to question how much you desire to go back to whatever-time more than live in the present time-frame. 

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2 hours ago, impartialobserver said:

Every era/generation has its plus's and minus's (or pro's and con's) depending on the person. I find the types that say, "It was always better back in the day" to be simplistic and myopic.

This is actually true.

People remember the pleasant moments and ignore the worst. Or vice versa. It has more to do with how the individual feels now, right at this moment, than the actual past.

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