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shackle
3/7/07 5:44:08PM
This is aimed at the "pride" movie coming soon...

when will these movies end... I don't think this help repairs relations with white, and black people.

The only way this country is gonna move froward is to let go of the past.

It's sad.

Move on if we don't we will never unite as Americans.

Does anyone else feel the same way... I know it's a touchy subject.

This country is so divided cause things like this at least thats what I think. I guess it is our history though.
deadcore
3/7/07 6:51:16PM
Can't argue with you here shackle. Sometimes movies and other things are made with no consideration to he effect to it. Or maybe the film makers don't give a shit.
Gladiator
3/7/07 8:56:04PM
ya this is pretty typical when fighting is involved. it seems like the first thing people want to know when a fight breaks out at my school is what race they are and THEN who won. i couldnt care less what you look like or what color your skin is when i fight or watch a fight but its really annoying when people turn it into a racial contest.
Jeffanori-Gomi
3/8/07 2:57:28PM
You guys are absolutely right about trying to move forward but don't you think blacks have a valid right to be pissed?

I would be mad if my great grandparents were slaves. I mean slavery wasnt that long ago.

And Racism is still a reality for lots of people: Look at Guantanamo Bay. Just because they looked like terrorists they were imprisoned without due Judicial process.
shackle
3/8/07 3:24:50PM
No because it was sooooo long ago, and most people prob don't care about there great great great great grandmother they never seen. I know I don't cause I don't even know her.

If we don't move on, and let go of the past our country will be stuck like this forever. Race will always be a issue I think ... I just wished we could all just move on, and get alone.

almost Every race went through slavery at one point in time.


Posted by Jeffanori-Gomi

You guys are absolutely right about trying to move forward but don't you think blacks have a valid right to be pissed?

I would be mad if my great grandparents were slaves. I mean slavery wasnt that long ago.

And Racism is still a reality for lots of people: Look at Guantanamo Bay. Just because they looked like terrorists they were imprisoned without due Judicial process.

Jeffanori-Gomi
3/8/07 4:08:49PM

Posted by shackle

No because it was sooooo long ago, and most people prob don't care about there great great great great grandmother they never seen. I know I don't cause I don't even know her.

If we don't move on, and let go of the past our country will be stuck like this forever. Race will always be a issue I think ... I just wished we could all just move on, and get alone.

almost Every race went through slavery at one point in time.


Posted by Jeffanori-Gomi

You guys are absolutely right about trying to move forward but don't you think blacks have a valid right to be pissed?

I would be mad if my great grandparents were slaves. I mean slavery wasnt that long ago.

And Racism is still a reality for lots of people: Look at Guantanamo Bay. Just because they looked like terrorists they were imprisoned without due Judicial process.




How long does it take for a race of people to recover from Hundreds of years of oppression?
Its not like the Jews who were slaves thousands of years ago.
Remember that things like poverty, abuse, and depression are inherited from one generation to the next. And we see the results of these things in our prison systems/social systems today. im not trying to make excuses for anyone, but people have to be sensitve towards these issues. More so than ever. I realize that this generation didnt enslave black people, but there is still a deep rooted racism in America today. Look at how we treated muslum people after 911.

I think as time goes on the youth generations will put aside the stereotypes passed on to them by our parents and we will move forward, but everything takes time


jdubs
3/8/07 4:23:11PM
nothing but bulls**t to make white people look bad
Ydoc
3/8/07 5:35:09PM

Posted by Jeffanori-Gomi
I think as time goes on the youth generations will put aside the stereotypes passed on to them by our parents and we will move forward, but everything takes time.



Never going to happen. As long as people decide to keep their cultures preserved we won't be a giant melting pot.
Jeffanori-Gomi
3/8/07 7:01:41PM

Posted by Ydoc


Posted by Jeffanori-Gomi
I think as time goes on the youth generations will put aside the stereotypes passed on to them by our parents and we will move forward, but everything takes time.



Never going to happen. As long as people decide to keep their cultures preserved we won't be a giant melting pot.



Never say never!
EEKS
3/18/07 10:57:49AM
I totally agree, move on
randyleprechaun
3/18/07 3:59:22PM
I live in Northern Ireland and this bullshit will never end.
As long as there is ignorant people in the world there will always be racism & secterianism!
loller90278
3/18/07 8:23:18PM
suck it up ol boy.
its your history so don't deny it.
and quit yur bitchin!
shakeandbake
3/19/07 12:53:54AM

Posted by jdubs

nothing but bulls**t to make white people look bad



agreed
shackle
3/19/07 1:04:39AM
what a worthless post go back to sherdog ass hole.

No one is bitching. I'm just stating how I don't think these movies helps race relations.

It's time to move on. It's fine to know your history, but don't live by it, and hate a race for something that happen so long ago. I'm sure these movies upset people too.

As your mother tells you "forgive and forget".


Posted by loller90278

suck it up ol boy.
its your history so don't deny it.
and quit yur bitchin!

Svartorm
3/20/07 12:50:22AM

Posted by shackle

As your mother tells you "forgive and forget".




Obviously you've never met my mother.
loller90278
3/20/07 1:51:15AM

Posted by shackle

what a worthless post go back to sherdog ass hole.

No one is bitching. I'm just stating how I don't think these movies helps race relations.

It's time to move on. It's fine to know your history, but don't live by it, and hate a race for something that happen so long ago. I'm sure these movies upset people too.

As your mother tells you "forgive and forget".


Posted by loller90278

suck it up ol boy.
its your history so don't deny it.
and quit yur bitchin!




lol im sure your mom hasnt gotten through to you.. preach about forgiving and forgetting and calling me an ass hole in the same post.. smart kid

race wars never going to die kid, people seem to focus on differences, learn that.
until we're all frickin mixed prejudice is always going to be there.


and me, sherdogger?
heh, outrageous.
zephead
3/20/07 6:25:06AM
No because it was sooooo long ago, and most people prob don't care about there great great great great grandmother they never seen. I know I don't cause I don't even know her.

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.

Bobby Mitchell was the first black player to play for the Washington Redskins. When he got traded to the Skins in the 60's, he was taken out to dinner. While eating his soup, someone came up and asked if he was Bobby Mitchell. He replied that he was. The guy then spit in his soup. Bobby Mitchell is still alive.

JUst think about your, 'JUst get over it" statament. Put yourself in their shoes and then see if you can just "get over it."
shackle
3/20/07 9:21:26AM
Kid? I'm probably old enough to be your dad. KID.

Sure I'll forgive you, but you don't expect a witty remark back? I just told the truth you act like a ass, and I'll call you one.

I wasn't speaking badly about anyone in this post, or bitching I was just stating my opinion on the subject.

I don't expect everyone to agree, but you don't have to be a ass-hole about it.


Posted by loller90278


Posted by shackle

what a worthless post go back to sherdog ass hole.

No one is bitching. I'm just stating how I don't think these movies helps race relations.

It's time to move on. It's fine to know your history, but don't live by it, and hate a race for something that happen so long ago. I'm sure these movies upset people too.

As your mother tells you "forgive and forget".


Posted by loller90278

suck it up ol boy.
its your history so don't deny it.
and quit yur bitchin!




lol im sure your mom hasnt gotten through to you.. preach about forgiving and forgetting and calling me an ass hole in the same post.. smart kid

race wars never going to die kid, people seem to focus on differences, learn that.
until we're all frickin mixed prejudice is always going to be there.


and me, sherdogger?
heh, outrageous.

shackle
3/20/07 9:29:29AM
I was talking about slavery. Which was 100's of years ago.

I never said Africans Americans where treated well, but all I'm saying if we (whites and blacks) don't let it go, and move on these things will stay the same forever.

Times change.

African Americans have many reasons to carry a grudge against whites no doubt, but you seriously think that is going to better our country's race relations? I do understand it's hard to forget of something like you said in your facts, but speaking in a problem solving sense I think it would help to move on, and thats the only way.

I'm not trying to turn this into a race war all I'm saying wouldn't it be best to move on, and try to start over. A whole new relation with whites, and blacks.

And I don't think some of these movies help in most cases they are making things worst in my opinion. We are going off the subject a bit.

I know what I'm saying will probably never happen, but it's kinda one of those wouldn't it be nice things. Over time I see things healing, but I guess it will never be the perfect race is a issue everywhere you go almost.


Posted by zephead

No because it was sooooo long ago, and most people prob don't care about there great great great great grandmother they never seen. I know I don't cause I don't even know her.

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.

Bobby Mitchell was the first black player to play for the Washington Redskins. When he got traded to the Skins in the 60's, he was taken out to dinner. While eating his soup, someone came up and asked if he was Bobby Mitchell. He replied that he was. The guy then spit in his soup. Bobby Mitchell is still alive.

JUst think about your, 'JUst get over it" statament. Put yourself in their shoes and then see if you can just "get over it."

shackle
3/20/07 9:33:16AM
LOL! no I can't say I have.

NOT ALL mother I guess lol.

Just a example...


Posted by Svartorm


Posted by shackle

As your mother tells you "forgive and forget".




Obviously you've never met my mother.

jdubs
3/20/07 6:25:09PM

Posted by zephead

No because it was sooooo long ago, and most people prob don't care about there great great great great grandmother they never seen. I know I don't cause I don't even know her.

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.

Bobby Mitchell was the first black player to play for the Washington Redskins. When he got traded to the Skins in the 60's, he was taken out to dinner. While eating his soup, someone came up and asked if he was Bobby Mitchell. He replied that he was. The guy then spit in his soup. Bobby Mitchell is still alive.

JUst think about your, 'JUst get over it" statament. Put yourself in their shoes and then see if you can just "get over it."



zephead, everyones family went through some sort of bs, be it slavery religious persicution, whatever. the only reason you and so many others feel the need to kiss black ass is because its all you were taught in school and you dont know any better. so before you or anyone else calls me racist you must admit its the truth.
shackle
3/20/07 6:36:47PM
I went to a mostly black school, and I seen many whites treated like shit, and ganged all the time, and I'm not racist. If you went to a school like this you would understand whites are not the only racist people. I know everything that your explaining I learned black history just like everyone else has these days. Racism will never go away, but all I'm trying to say is I don't think these movies help.

Carrying a grudge doesn't solve nothing, and isn't gonna make things better for anyone.


Posted by zephead

No because it was sooooo long ago, and most people prob don't care about there great great great great grandmother they never seen. I know I don't cause I don't even know her.

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.

Bobby Mitchell was the first black player to play for the Washington Redskins. When he got traded to the Skins in the 60's, he was taken out to dinner. While eating his soup, someone came up and asked if he was Bobby Mitchell. He replied that he was. The guy then spit in his soup. Bobby Mitchell is still alive.

JUst think about your, 'JUst get over it" statament. Put yourself in their shoes and then see if you can just "get over it."

loller90278
3/20/07 7:32:08PM
listen "dad" or "ghandi" as you proclaim to be, start being a little bit realistic and not so much of a dreamer. prosecution and racisism and prejudice date back to before christ, and it's not going to go away simply because of hollywood not making shitty, redundant, bullshit, black power movies.

you can call me an ass, i call myself a realist and not so naive


Posted by shackle

I went to a mostly black school, and I seen many whites treated like shit, and ganged all the time, and I'm not racist. If you went to a school like this you would understand whites are not the only racist people. I know everything that your explaining I learned black history just like everyone else has these days. Racism will never go away, but all I'm trying to say is I don't think these movies help.

Carrying a grudge doesn't solve nothing, and isn't gonna make things better for anyone.


Posted by zephead

No because it was sooooo long ago, and most people prob don't care about there great great great great grandmother they never seen. I know I don't cause I don't even know her.

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.

Bobby Mitchell was the first black player to play for the Washington Redskins. When he got traded to the Skins in the 60's, he was taken out to dinner. While eating his soup, someone came up and asked if he was Bobby Mitchell. He replied that he was. The guy then spit in his soup. Bobby Mitchell is still alive.

JUst think about your, 'JUst get over it" statament. Put yourself in their shoes and then see if you can just "get over it."


shackle
3/20/07 7:44:46PM
Do you even read the post or just scan over them? Read my post just above you.

I've said MANY times that racism isn't going no where, and yeah I know movies are not going to change all of it.

These movies don't help though thats what I'm saying. I'm not saying if these movies didn't exist the world would be peaceful.. my god...

I don't expect the world to be a peaceful perfect place, but wouldn't it be nice for it to be a little better?

At this point it's come clear to me your just trolling.

so since thats the case Diaz > gomi any day anywhere.


Posted by loller90278

listen "dad" or "ghandi" as you proclaim to be, start being a little bit realistic and not so much of a dreamer. prosecution and racisism and prejudice date back to before christ, and it's not going to go away simply because of hollywood not making shitty, redundant, bullshit, black power movies.

you can call me an ass, i call myself a realist and not so naive


Posted by shackle

I went to a mostly black school, and I seen many whites treated like shit, and ganged all the time, and I'm not racist. If you went to a school like this you would understand whites are not the only racist people. I know everything that your explaining I learned black history just like everyone else has these days. Racism will never go away, but all I'm trying to say is I don't think these movies help.

Carrying a grudge doesn't solve nothing, and isn't gonna make things better for anyone.


Posted by zephead

No because it was sooooo long ago, and most people prob don't care about there great great great great grandmother they never seen. I know I don't cause I don't even know her.

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.

Bobby Mitchell was the first black player to play for the Washington Redskins. When he got traded to the Skins in the 60's, he was taken out to dinner. While eating his soup, someone came up and asked if he was Bobby Mitchell. He replied that he was. The guy then spit in his soup. Bobby Mitchell is still alive.

JUst think about your, 'JUst get over it" statament. Put yourself in their shoes and then see if you can just "get over it."



loller90278
3/21/07 1:24:23AM
the world would be a little bit nicer if the movie PRIDE wasn't made? wow dude i wouldn't want to live in your world.. it seems dull. how bout we all stop caring for this C level movie
Svartorm
3/21/07 6:13:28AM

Posted by zephead

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.



Not to be a dick here, but this is why people need to learn history outside of public school.

First off, with the exception of the deep south, most places in the US weren't that bad before the Civil Rights Act. Granted, one of my fathers best friends grew up in Alabama and had a horribly violent life, most places we not concerned with the race issue, and were "further ahead" as far as civil rights go. Pre-Emancipation Proclimation, most states North of the Mason Dixon had already done away with slavery, and blacks had already worked their way into society. The Civil Rights Act took care of the hold-over states.

As for "Blacks were put through more hell in this country than anybody else", you must be out of your mind. Blacks were never rounded up and murdered to the last man, woman and child like Native Americans. They weren't sent to their death while building the railroads like the Chinese. They weren't sent into mines for eighteen hours at a time without food or water and run the risk of being crushed to death or suffocating like the Slavs.

The first man from my family who entered this country got off the boat in Boston after sailing here from Ireland on a ship of starving peasents, was handed a rifle, and sent South as part of the 28th Massachusettes Infantry, which was an all Irish unit that fought in the most bloody battles of the Civil war. They had one of the highest casualty rates of any regiment in the war because they were Irish and were given the most dangerous positions on the field. Plenty of people besides blacks have been shafted coming to this country. No one gets something for nothing.

As for "ignorant rednecks", plantation owners were some of the most educated and savy businessmen in the country, hence why they were successful.
loller90278
3/21/07 4:27:59PM

Posted by Svartorm


Posted by zephead

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.



Not to be a dick here, but this is why people need to learn history outside of public school.

First off, with the exception of the deep south, most places in the US weren't that bad before the Civil Rights Act. Granted, one of my fathers best friends grew up in Alabama and had a horribly violent life, most places we not concerned with the race issue, and were "further ahead" as far as civil rights go. Pre-Emancipation Proclimation, most states North of the Mason Dixon had already done away with slavery, and blacks had already worked their way into society. The Civil Rights Act took care of the hold-over states.

As for "Blacks were put through more hell in this country than anybody else", you must be out of your mind. Blacks were never rounded up and murdered to the last man, woman and child like Native Americans. They weren't sent to their death while building the railroads like the Chinese. They weren't sent into mines for eighteen hours at a time without food or water and run the risk of being crushed to death or suffocating like the Slavs.

The first man from my family who entered this country got off the boat in Boston after sailing here from Ireland on a ship of starving peasents, was handed a rifle, and sent South as part of the 28th Massachusettes Infantry, which was an all Irish unit that fought in the most bloody battles of the Civil war. They had one of the highest casualty rates of any regiment in the war because they were Irish and were given the most dangerous positions on the field. Plenty of people besides blacks have been shafted coming to this country. No one gets something for nothing.

As for "ignorant rednecks", plantation owners were some of the most educated and savy businessmen in the country, hence why they were successful.



this is why i love svatrom
he says everything i can't conjure up into a beautifly written post.
i would have mentioned the japenese concentration camps and the reperations but perfect nonetheless!
shackle
3/21/07 4:43:28PM
Make sure you wipe you mouth off after you get done!

First you don't agree with it now you do you should change your name to John Kerry(aka flip flopper).

It's clear you can't read also or don't read. PRIDE is just the target it's not the only movie in this genre of movies. READ THE SUBJECT OF THE THREAD.

"All these white vs black movies"

And yes if they never made all of these movies I think things maybe a little better. Maybe nothing major, but better. [b]Ignore me, and this clown fussing I find some humor in it.[/b]

Svartorm I do agree with you though. Alot of races have had to go through alot worst Jews being, and Indians being some of the main ones of the top of my head.


Posted by loller90278


Posted by Svartorm


Posted by zephead

Dude, the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965. 40 years ago blacks were getting dogs sicced on them. Fire hoses turned on them. They had to sit in the back of the bus. They couldn't eat at the same lunch counters as white people. Go the same schools. Drink out of the same water fountain.

Watch the movie Mississippi Burning. Don't say they don't care. Blacks were put there more hell in this country then anybody elese. Just sit back and think about be forcefull brought over on a ship in inhumane conditions. Then sold. Forced to work in cotoon fields. Family's torn apart. Kept illiterate. Your life depends on some ignorant ass redneck, who might get up on the wrong side of the bed that day. You are freed in the 1860's only to have to go through another 100 years of crap.



Not to be a dick here, but this is why people need to learn history outside of public school.

First off, with the exception of the deep south, most places in the US weren't that bad before the Civil Rights Act. Granted, one of my fathers best friends grew up in Alabama and had a horribly violent life, most places we not concerned with the race issue, and were "further ahead" as far as civil rights go. Pre-Emancipation Proclimation, most states North of the Mason Dixon had already done away with slavery, and blacks had already worked their way into society. The Civil Rights Act took care of the hold-over states.

As for "Blacks were put through more hell in this country than anybody else", you must be out of your mind. Blacks were never rounded up and murdered to the last man, woman and child like Native Americans. They weren't sent to their death while building the railroads like the Chinese. They weren't sent into mines for eighteen hours at a time without food or water and run the risk of being crushed to death or suffocating like the Slavs.

The first man from my family who entered this country got off the boat in Boston after sailing here from Ireland on a ship of starving peasents, was handed a rifle, and sent South as part of the 28th Massachusettes Infantry, which was an all Irish unit that fought in the most bloody battles of the Civil war. They had one of the highest casualty rates of any regiment in the war because they were Irish and were given the most dangerous positions on the field. Plenty of people besides blacks have been shafted coming to this country. No one gets something for nothing.

As for "ignorant rednecks", plantation owners were some of the most educated and savy businessmen in the country, hence why they were successful.



this is why i love svatrom
he says everything i can't conjure up into a beautifly written post.
i would have mentioned the japenese concentration camps and the reperations but perfect nonetheless!

loller90278
3/21/07 5:27:51PM
my whole point was to get over it, yeah they're going to make a movie. me fighting online with an idealist (troll) online probably affected me way more than the movie PRIDE or any of these "white vs black" movies ever will.

and since we're on that lets forget all the "WWII" movies
i mean, it'd make the world a better place right

lets take it even further and forget "Epic" movies (300, gladiator, troy)
cuz the 300 was a direct against the iranians and all, right?

so to recap, stop paying attention to worthless things, and focus on whats important. (whatever that may be)
shackle
3/21/07 5:46:41PM
Don't come to off topic forums then...

Nothing posted here is really important or matters.

In my opinion racism is more important then cro cop KOing a horse... HAHA!


Posted by loller90278

my whole point was to get over it, yeah they're going to make a movie. me fighting online with an idealist (troll) online probably affected me way more than the movie PRIDE or any of these "white vs black" movies ever will.

and since we're on that lets forget all the "WWII" movies
i mean, it'd make the world a better place right

lets take it even further and forget "Epic" movies (300, gladiator, troy)
cuz the 300 was a direct against the iranians and all, right?

so to recap, stop paying attention to worthless things, and focus on whats important. (whatever that may be)

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