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2/29/2016 7:54:28 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
Some Things Black People See as Being Racist

"You People"

The expression "you people" to be entirely helpful to portray a gathering of people that share one or more irksome qualities, similar to "you individuals taking up all the space by the tram auto entryway" or "you individuals who don't hold up till travelers get off the auto before boarding." Annoying individuals originate from every single ethnic foundation.

While it never looks great when a white individual references a gathering of dark individuals as "you people" it isn't inexorably a supremacist explanation. What's the issue with you people?

Being Followed Around in a Store

I myself work in a retail store, and my job is to walk around the store, and help Women find what they"re looking for.

It's anything but difficult to get bigot vibes when you're chased after an accommodation store yet it's a precarious recommendation. A great many people, dark, white, whatever, going to carry out a wrongdoing are dressed for the part. A dark man wearing clich" dress made celebrated by the media (a hoodie) will probably be sold in the store than one wearing a matching suit.

As somebody that has tried this hypothesis out on different events I can let you know its exceedingly simple to shoplift when you're dressed for a corporate office. So when you're getting a vigilant gaze from a store assistant or proprietor, take comfort in the way that however you are being profiled, it isn't as a matter of course race related
Portraying Someone as Black.

"Portraying Someone as Black"

You're chatting with Tom from bookkeeping and he's attempting to motivate you to recall that somebody from the occasion party, "you recollect Jerry, the tall dark fellow." And now you're considering, "I knew Bob was bigot." But essentially specifying somebody is dark isn't the sign of a supremacist. Here and there, it's a compelling approach to recall that somebody.

Consider the inverse, which frequently happens in a blended race discussion. A white individual, who needs to help you to remember a dark individual without specifying that key subtle element because of a paranoid fear of being viewed as oblivious, She'll utilize a heap of descriptive words that are eventually unhelpful. You might even be left with the blazing inquiry, "is she white or black?" however forget it to abstain from going "racial."

I utterly get sick of blacks perceiving me as being "racist" because I'm doing my job at *my* work.

This was just the other day:

I'm a bra-specialist, so I help Women find bras, and I measure them, that's simply my job. walk around the whole store, and ask Women whom are looking at clothing if they need help with anything, or if they need a measurement. Well, I guess I asked this black lady twice, and she began to say "Why the fvck are you asking me? Is it because I"m black and ya"ll are afraid im gunna steal something?" It was incredibly embarrassing.
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2/29/2016 7:59:50 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
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2/29/2016 8:04:08 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
Another thing, if you merely look at a black person, they assume you're judging them, therefore they feel they need to get defensive, and violent.
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2/29/2016 8:10:19 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
I've straight gotten spit on multiple times before because of the, "why are you checking my stuff? Is it cause I'm black?" When I was working as asset protection in a previous job. Like, they saw I was literally checking everyone who went through the door, but I would let one employee through without checking(cause we didn't have to check employees) and she flips the eff out at me like, "why didn't you check that person?"

Of course, employees were dressed in plainclothes and casual clothing so it's an understandable question, but to immediately jump to racist intentions, and then get physically violent either through shoving or spitting was at times almost too much to handle. Like, if I wasn't working and thus would lose my job, I likely would have sent these people to the hospital.
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2/29/2016 8:14:05 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 8:10:19 PM, Buddamoose wrote:
I've straight gotten spit on multiple times before because of the, "why are you checking my stuff? Is it cause I'm black?" When I was working as asset protection in a previous job. Like, they saw I was literally checking everyone who went through the door, but I would let one employee through without checking(cause we didn't have to check employees) and she flips the eff out at me like, "why didn't you check that person?"

Of course, employees were dressed in plainclothes and casual clothing so it's an understandable question, but to immediately jump to racist intentions, and then get physically violent either through shoving or spitting was at times almost too much to handle. Like, if I wasn't working and thus would lose my job, I likely would have sent these people to the hospital.

Yeah, it's utterly sad.

The problem is they have no reason to believe we're racist, it's just been engraved in their heads for so long that white people are racist, and that we're all out to get them.
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2/29/2016 8:24:22 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 8:14:05 PM, Rosalie wrote:

Yeah, it's utterly sad.

The problem is they have no reason to believe we're racist, it's just been engraved in their heads for so long that white people are racist, and that we're all out to get them.

Some of the time, yea. But some of the time I got the distinct impression that it wasn't that they actually thought I was racist, bit rather they were simply looking for an excuse to get angry, and it was just a convenient excuse to fall back on.
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"You were the moon all this time, and he was always there to make you shine."

"Was he the sun?"

"No honey, he was the darkness"

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2/29/2016 10:17:58 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 8:24:22 PM, Buddamoose wrote:
At 2/29/2016 8:14:05 PM, Rosalie wrote:

Yeah, it's utterly sad.

The problem is they have no reason to believe we're racist, it's just been engraved in their heads for so long that white people are racist, and that we're all out to get them.

Some of the time, yea. But some of the time I got the distinct impression that it wasn't that they actually thought I was racist, bit rather they were simply looking for an excuse to get angry, and it was just a convenient excuse to fall back on.

That generally happens a lot..

Like "Hey! I don't like what you're doing here, it's because *you're racist!"
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2/29/2016 10:21:14 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 10:17:58 PM, Rosalie wrote:

That generally happens a lot..

Like "Hey! I don't like what you're doing here, it's because *you're racist!"

Which is, to be perfectly honest, the worst of the two possibilities. Like, OK, it's cool if you legitimately think I'm being racist, I'm not, but that makes it a misunderstanding. But when you are using it as a fallback or a convenient excuse, then you're just being a douche, a 100% certified Johnson and Johnson rectal thermometer testing douche
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-Airmax1227

"You were the moon all this time, and he was always there to make you shine."

"Was he the sun?"

"No honey, he was the darkness"

-Kazekirion
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3/1/2016 12:58:56 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 10:21:14 PM, Buddamoose wrote:
At 2/29/2016 10:17:58 PM, Rosalie wrote:

That generally happens a lot..

Like "Hey! I don't like what you're doing here, it's because *you're racist!"

Which is, to be perfectly honest, the worst of the two possibilities. Like, OK, it's cool if you legitimately think I'm being racist, I'm not, but that makes it a misunderstanding. But when you are using it as a fallback or a convenient excuse, then you're just being a douche, a 100% certified Johnson and Johnson rectal thermometer testing douche

Exactly. Its extremely sick, and annoying. Because as soon as they play the *racism* card, I'm the bad guy.
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3/1/2016 1:04:01 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
Some Things White People See as Being Racist

1.Talking about institutional/structural racism

Because that totally implicates every white person as a KKK member. And why are they trying to make white people feel guilty for things they didn't do!

2. Not centering the discussion around white people

But what about Black History Month? If we had a white history month that'd be racist!
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3/1/2016 2:28:35 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 2:21:03 AM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:
So, these must be the type of people that vote Trump.

No, it's called reality.
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3/1/2016 2:31:31 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 2:21:03 AM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:
So, these must be the type of people that vote Trump.

Bruh, I'm feeling the Bern
"Reality is an illusion created due to a lack of alcohol"
-Airmax1227

"You were the moon all this time, and he was always there to make you shine."

"Was he the sun?"

"No honey, he was the darkness"

-Kazekirion
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3/1/2016 2:35:04 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 2:31:31 AM, Buddamoose wrote:
At 3/1/2016 2:21:03 AM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:
So, these must be the type of people that vote Trump.

Bruh, I'm feeling the Bern

Don't tell me you support Sanders in turning our economy into a financial deficit.
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3/1/2016 2:42:03 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 2:35:04 AM, Rosalie wrote:
At 3/1/2016 2:31:31 AM, Buddamoose wrote:
At 3/1/2016 2:21:03 AM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:
So, these must be the type of people that vote Trump.

Bruh, I'm feeling the Bern

Don't tell me you support Sanders in turning our economy into a financial deficit.

Our economy has been at a deficit, that's the point, it's a debt based economy.The grander point is that I'm a supporter of policies that aid the poor and middle class primarily, because they need that aid, heck I'm included in that too, most.

I'm a supporter of the generations of today, getting the same, if not better opportunities than those of yesterday. I'm of the full understanding that these things aren't "free" but I'm also of the understanding that they aren't nearly as fiscally expensive as they've been made out to be, and also of the understanding that reallocating certain budget expenses as well as moderate tax increases across the board can easily fund social programs that are being proposed.

I'm feeling the Bern, and I'm damn well not afraid to shout it from the rooftops
"Reality is an illusion created due to a lack of alcohol"
-Airmax1227

"You were the moon all this time, and he was always there to make you shine."

"Was he the sun?"

"No honey, he was the darkness"

-Kazekirion
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3/1/2016 2:47:51 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
My only true reservation about Bernie Sanders is his foreign policy acumen, of which Hillary is by far the most superior candidate of any. Lord knows though, I change my mind more then a plastic bag blows in the wind, so two weeks from now I very well may change my mind on all of this xD
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-Airmax1227

"You were the moon all this time, and he was always there to make you shine."

"Was he the sun?"

"No honey, he was the darkness"

-Kazekirion
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3/1/2016 3:28:22 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 2:42:03 AM, Buddamoose wrote:
At 3/1/2016 2:35:04 AM, Rosalie wrote:
At 3/1/2016 2:31:31 AM, Buddamoose wrote:
At 3/1/2016 2:21:03 AM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:
So, these must be the type of people that vote Trump.

Bruh, I'm feeling the Bern

Don't tell me you support Sanders in turning our economy into a financial deficit.

Our economy has been at a deficit, that's the point, it's a debt based economy.The grander point is that I'm a supporter of policies that aid the poor and middle class primarily, because they need that aid, heck I'm included in that too, most.

I'm a supporter of the generations of today, getting the same, if not better opportunities than those of yesterday. I'm of the full understanding that these things aren't "free" but I'm also of the understanding that they aren't nearly as fiscally expensive as they've been made out to be, and also of the understanding that reallocating certain budget expenses as well as moderate tax increases across the board can easily fund social programs that are being proposed.

I'm feeling the Bern, and I'm damn well not afraid to shout it from the rooftops

I'm feeling the Bern as well. Too bad bad he's probably not gonna win the Dem nomination. :/
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3/1/2016 9:58:17 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 7:54:28 PM, Rosalie wrote:
Some Things Black People See as Being Racist

"You People"

The expression "you people" to be entirely helpful to portray a gathering of people that share one or more irksome qualities, similar to "you individuals taking up all the space by the tram auto entryway" or "you individuals who don't hold up till travelers get off the auto before boarding." Annoying individuals originate from every single ethnic foundation.

While it never looks great when a white individual references a gathering of dark individuals as "you people" it isn't inexorably a supremacist explanation. What's the issue with you people?

Being Followed Around in a Store

I myself work in a retail store, and my job is to walk around the store, and help Women find what they"re looking for.

It's anything but difficult to get bigot vibes when you're chased after an accommodation store yet it's a precarious recommendation. A great many people, dark, white, whatever, going to carry out a wrongdoing are dressed for the part. A dark man wearing clich" dress made celebrated by the media (a hoodie) will probably be sold in the store than one wearing a matching suit.

As somebody that has tried this hypothesis out on different events I can let you know its exceedingly simple to shoplift when you're dressed for a corporate office. So when you're getting a vigilant gaze from a store assistant or proprietor, take comfort in the way that however you are being profiled, it isn't as a matter of course race related
Portraying Someone as Black.

"Portraying Someone as Black"

You're chatting with Tom from bookkeeping and he's attempting to motivate you to recall that somebody from the occasion party, "you recollect Jerry, the tall dark fellow." And now you're considering, "I knew Bob was bigot." But essentially specifying somebody is dark isn't the sign of a supremacist. Here and there, it's a compelling approach to recall that somebody.

Consider the inverse, which frequently happens in a blended race discussion. A white individual, who needs to help you to remember a dark individual without specifying that key subtle element because of a paranoid fear of being viewed as oblivious, She'll utilize a heap of descriptive words that are eventually unhelpful. You might even be left with the blazing inquiry, "is she white or black?" however forget it to abstain from going "racial."

I utterly get sick of blacks perceiving me as being "racist" because I'm doing my job at *my* work.

This was just the other day:

I'm a bra-specialist, so I help Women find bras, and I measure them, that's simply my job. walk around the whole store, and ask Women whom are looking at clothing if they need help with anything, or if they need a measurement. Well, I guess I asked this black lady twice, and she began to say "Why the fvck are you asking me? Is it because I"m black and ya"ll are afraid im gunna steal something?" It was incredibly embarrassing.

You are PATHETIC!
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3/1/2016 10:10:40 AM
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Read my post on "categorization and discrimination."

The phrase "you people," if with reference to the race, is a classic example of such categorization, as is identifying people as "that black guy."
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3/1/2016 10:13:03 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 9:58:17 AM, TREssspa wrote:
At 2/29/2016 7:54:28 PM, Rosalie wrote:
Some Things Black People See as Being Racist

"You People"

The expression "you people" to be entirely helpful to portray a gathering of people that share one or more irksome qualities, similar to "you individuals taking up all the space by the tram auto entryway" or "you individuals who don't hold up till travelers get off the auto before boarding." Annoying individuals originate from every single ethnic foundation.

While it never looks great when a white individual references a gathering of dark individuals as "you people" it isn't inexorably a supremacist explanation. What's the issue with you people?

Being Followed Around in a Store

I myself work in a retail store, and my job is to walk around the store, and help Women find what they"re looking for.

It's anything but difficult to get bigot vibes when you're chased after an accommodation store yet it's a precarious recommendation. A great many people, dark, white, whatever, going to carry out a wrongdoing are dressed for the part. A dark man wearing clich" dress made celebrated by the media (a hoodie) will probably be sold in the store than one wearing a matching suit.

As somebody that has tried this hypothesis out on different events I can let you know its exceedingly simple to shoplift when you're dressed for a corporate office. So when you're getting a vigilant gaze from a store assistant or proprietor, take comfort in the way that however you are being profiled, it isn't as a matter of course race related
Portraying Someone as Black.

"Portraying Someone as Black"

You're chatting with Tom from bookkeeping and he's attempting to motivate you to recall that somebody from the occasion party, "you recollect Jerry, the tall dark fellow." And now you're considering, "I knew Bob was bigot." But essentially specifying somebody is dark isn't the sign of a supremacist. Here and there, it's a compelling approach to recall that somebody.

Consider the inverse, which frequently happens in a blended race discussion. A white individual, who needs to help you to remember a dark individual without specifying that key subtle element because of a paranoid fear of being viewed as oblivious, She'll utilize a heap of descriptive words that are eventually unhelpful. You might even be left with the blazing inquiry, "is she white or black?" however forget it to abstain from going "racial."

I utterly get sick of blacks perceiving me as being "racist" because I'm doing my job at *my* work.

This was just the other day:

I'm a bra-specialist, so I help Women find bras, and I measure them, that's simply my job. walk around the whole store, and ask Women whom are looking at clothing if they need help with anything, or if they need a measurement. Well, I guess I asked this black lady twice, and she began to say "Why the fvck are you asking me? Is it because I"m black and ya"ll are afraid im gunna steal something?" It was incredibly embarrassing.

You are PATHETIC!
I probably shouldn't reply to this, but I find it more pathetic when a person simply spouts insults instead of addressing the content of the argument. Y'know, to provide a rebuttal or something.
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3/1/2016 12:58:59 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 7:54:28 PM, Rosalie wrote:
Some Things Black People See as Being Racist

"You People"

The expression "you people" to be entirely helpful to portray a gathering of people that share one or more irksome qualities, similar to "you individuals taking up all the space by the tram auto entryway" or "you individuals who don't hold up till travelers get off the auto before boarding." Annoying individuals originate from every single ethnic foundation.

While it never looks great when a white individual references a gathering of dark individuals as "you people" it isn't inexorably a supremacist explanation. What's the issue with you people?

Being Followed Around in a Store

I myself work in a retail store, and my job is to walk around the store, and help Women find what they"re looking for.

It's anything but difficult to get bigot vibes when you're chased after an accommodation store yet it's a precarious recommendation. A great many people, dark, white, whatever, going to carry out a wrongdoing are dressed for the part. A dark man wearing clich" dress made celebrated by the media (a hoodie) will probably be sold in the store than one wearing a matching suit.

As somebody that has tried this hypothesis out on different events I can let you know its exceedingly simple to shoplift when you're dressed for a corporate office. So when you're getting a vigilant gaze from a store assistant or proprietor, take comfort in the way that however you are being profiled, it isn't as a matter of course race related
Portraying Someone as Black.

"Portraying Someone as Black"

You're chatting with Tom from bookkeeping and he's attempting to motivate you to recall that somebody from the occasion party, "you recollect Jerry, the tall dark fellow." And now you're considering, "I knew Bob was bigot." But essentially specifying somebody is dark isn't the sign of a supremacist. Here and there, it's a compelling approach to recall that somebody.

Consider the inverse, which frequently happens in a blended race discussion. A white individual, who needs to help you to remember a dark individual without specifying that key subtle element because of a paranoid fear of being viewed as oblivious, She'll utilize a heap of descriptive words that are eventually unhelpful. You might even be left with the blazing inquiry, "is she white or black?" however forget it to abstain from going "racial."

I utterly get sick of blacks perceiving me as being "racist" because I'm doing my job at *my* work.

This was just the other day:

I'm a bra-specialist, so I help Women find bras, and I measure them, that's simply my job. walk around the whole store, and ask Women whom are looking at clothing if they need help with anything, or if they need a measurement. Well, I guess I asked this black lady twice, and she began to say "Why the fvck are you asking me? Is it because I"m black and ya"ll are afraid im gunna steal something?" It was incredibly embarrassing.

No your just racist
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3/1/2016 1:03:38 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 2:35:04 AM, Rosalie wrote:
At 3/1/2016 2:31:31 AM, Buddamoose wrote:
At 3/1/2016 2:21:03 AM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:
So, these must be the type of people that vote Trump.

Bruh, I'm feeling the Bern

Don't tell me you support Sanders in turning our economy into a financial deficit.

But you support trump

Which is basically Hitler with an orange wig
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3/1/2016 1:14:39 PM
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At 3/1/2016 1:03:38 PM, Reformist wrote:
But you support trump


Which is basically Hitler with an orange wig

Indeed.
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At 3/1/2016 1:14:39 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/1/2016 1:03:38 PM, Reformist wrote:
But you support trump


Which is basically Hitler with an orange wig

Indeed.

But........

WHITE POWWWWWWAAHHHHHHHHHH!
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3/1/2016 5:57:10 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 7:54:28 PM, Rosalie wrote:
Some Things Black People See as Being Racist

"You People"

The expression "you people" to be entirely helpful to portray a gathering of people that share one or more irksome qualities, similar to "you individuals taking up all the space by the tram auto entryway" or "you individuals who don't hold up till travelers get off the auto before boarding." Annoying individuals originate from every single ethnic foundation.

While it never looks great when a white individual references a gathering of dark individuals as "you people" it isn't inexorably a supremacist explanation. What's the issue with you people?

Being Followed Around in a Store

I myself work in a retail store, and my job is to walk around the store, and help Women find what they"re looking for.

It's anything but difficult to get bigot vibes when you're chased after an accommodation store yet it's a precarious recommendation. A great many people, dark, white, whatever, going to carry out a wrongdoing are dressed for the part. A dark man wearing clich" dress made celebrated by the media (a hoodie) will probably be sold in the store than one wearing a matching suit.

As somebody that has tried this hypothesis out on different events I can let you know its exceedingly simple to shoplift when you're dressed for a corporate office. So when you're getting a vigilant gaze from a store assistant or proprietor, take comfort in the way that however you are being profiled, it isn't as a matter of course race related
Portraying Someone as Black.

"Portraying Someone as Black"

You're chatting with Tom from bookkeeping and he's attempting to motivate you to recall that somebody from the occasion party, "you recollect Jerry, the tall dark fellow." And now you're considering, "I knew Bob was bigot." But essentially specifying somebody is dark isn't the sign of a supremacist. Here and there, it's a compelling approach to recall that somebody.

Consider the inverse, which frequently happens in a blended race discussion. A white individual, who needs to help you to remember a dark individual without specifying that key subtle element because of a paranoid fear of being viewed as oblivious, She'll utilize a heap of descriptive words that are eventually unhelpful. You might even be left with the blazing inquiry, "is she white or black?" however forget it to abstain from going "racial."

I utterly get sick of blacks perceiving me as being "racist" because I'm doing my job at *my* work.

This was just the other day:

I'm a bra-specialist, so I help Women find bras, and I measure them, that's simply my job. walk around the whole store, and ask Women whom are looking at clothing if they need help with anything, or if they need a measurement. Well, I guess I asked this black lady twice, and she began to say "Why the fvck are you asking me? Is it because I"m black and ya"ll are afraid im gunna steal something?" It was incredibly embarrassing.

I think youre just happy being inferior to everyone.
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3/1/2016 5:58:53 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/29/2016 8:10:19 PM, Buddamoose wrote:
I've straight gotten spit on multiple times before because of the, "why are you checking my stuff? Is it cause I'm black?" When I was working as asset protection in a previous job. Like, they saw I was literally checking everyone who went through the door, but I would let one employee through without checking(cause we didn't have to check employees) and she flips the eff out at me like, "why didn't you check that person?"

Of course, employees were dressed in plainclothes and casual clothing so it's an understandable question, but to immediately jump to racist intentions, and then get physically violent either through shoving or spitting was at times almost too much to handle. Like, if I wasn't working and thus would lose my job, I likely would have sent these people to the hospital.

And I understand what you are saying. But racism exists in spite of your own personal opinions. Flint MI is a prime example of an issue that is invisible to you. Had it not been exposed, you would be clueless. But you are going to be exposed.
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3/1/2016 6:01:16 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 5:57:10 PM, inferno wrote:
At 2/29/2016 7:54:28 PM, Rosalie wrote:
Some Things Black People See as Being Racist

"You People"

The expression "you people" to be entirely helpful to portray a gathering of people that share one or more irksome qualities, similar to "you individuals taking up all the space by the tram auto entryway" or "you individuals who don't hold up till travelers get off the auto before boarding." Annoying individuals originate from every single ethnic foundation.

While it never looks great when a white individual references a gathering of dark individuals as "you people" it isn't inexorably a supremacist explanation. What's the issue with you people?

Being Followed Around in a Store

I myself work in a retail store, and my job is to walk around the store, and help Women find what they"re looking for.

It's anything but difficult to get bigot vibes when you're chased after an accommodation store yet it's a precarious recommendation. A great many people, dark, white, whatever, going to carry out a wrongdoing are dressed for the part. A dark man wearing clich" dress made celebrated by the media (a hoodie) will probably be sold in the store than one wearing a matching suit.

As somebody that has tried this hypothesis out on different events I can let you know its exceedingly simple to shoplift when you're dressed for a corporate office. So when you're getting a vigilant gaze from a store assistant or proprietor, take comfort in the way that however you are being profiled, it isn't as a matter of course race related
Portraying Someone as Black.

"Portraying Someone as Black"

You're chatting with Tom from bookkeeping and he's attempting to motivate you to recall that somebody from the occasion party, "you recollect Jerry, the tall dark fellow." And now you're considering, "I knew Bob was bigot." But essentially specifying somebody is dark isn't the sign of a supremacist. Here and there, it's a compelling approach to recall that somebody.

Consider the inverse, which frequently happens in a blended race discussion. A white individual, who needs to help you to remember a dark individual without specifying that key subtle element because of a paranoid fear of being viewed as oblivious, She'll utilize a heap of descriptive words that are eventually unhelpful. You might even be left with the blazing inquiry, "is she white or black?" however forget it to abstain from going "racial."

I utterly get sick of blacks perceiving me as being "racist" because I'm doing my job at *my* work.

This was just the other day:

I'm a bra-specialist, so I help Women find bras, and I measure them, that's simply my job. walk around the whole store, and ask Women whom are looking at clothing if they need help with anything, or if they need a measurement. Well, I guess I asked this black lady twice, and she began to say "Why the fvck are you asking me? Is it because I"m black and ya"ll are afraid im gunna steal something?" It was incredibly embarrassing.

I think youre just happy being inferior to everyone.

I never said I was inferior, nor do I think I am.

I'm just sick of people playing the *race* card.
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3/1/2016 6:12:22 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 5:58:53 PM, inferno wrote:

And I understand what you are saying. But racism exists in spite of your own personal opinions. Flint MI is a prime example of an issue that is invisible to you. Had it not been exposed, you would be clueless. But you are going to be exposed.

Dude, I've lived in the Midwest on and off for years. Flint's been a total shithole for years now.
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3/1/2016 6:17:37 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 3/1/2016 5:58:53 PM, inferno wrote:

And I understand what you are saying. But racism exists in spite of your own personal opinions. Flint MI is a prime example of an issue that is invisible to you. Had it not been exposed, you would be clueless. But you are going to be exposed.

So basically:

1) I never said racism didn't exist, thats your own ignorant assumption

2) I've probably known about how much of a total black hole Flint is far longer than you have considering my relatively close proximity and visiting the area multiple times in my life. It's issues are far more than just the water, which was a relatively recent thing.

So basically, Inferno, you can shove it and crawl back into the troll bridge you come out of to frequent this site.
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"You were the moon all this time, and he was always there to make you shine."

"Was he the sun?"

"No honey, he was the darkness"

-Kazekirion