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Title: Racism?
Post by: Mr.PowPow on April 24, 2012, 09:36:30 PM
I'd like to add that something isn't racist unless it has "intent to offend". I've had many discussions about this with noobs on facebook and I think you are all smart enough to know the difference, but just to clarify. =3
So its only worth reporting if you "know" that the person has the intent to offend someone, you can't be accidently racist.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 24, 2012, 10:00:10 PM
I'd like to add that something isn't racist unless it has "intent to offend". I've had many discussions about this with noobs on facebook and I think you are all smart enough to know the difference, but just to clarify. =3
So its only worth reporting if you "know" that the person has the intent to offend someone, you can't be accidently racist.

I didn't mean to say that. Being racist is allowed here. Just don't cast it on someone.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Mr.PowPow on April 24, 2012, 10:06:08 PM
I'd like to add that something isn't racist unless it has "intent to offend". I've had many discussions about this with noobs on facebook and I think you are all smart enough to know the difference, but just to clarify. =3
So its only worth reporting if you "know" that the person has the intent to offend someone, you can't be accidently racist.

I didn't mean to say that. Being racist is allowed here. Just don't cast it on someone.
That makes little sense, in order for something to be racist it needs to be cast on someone, or a group.
Like I said, you can't be accidently racist, you need to direct it at someone and mean it in the offensive manner.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 24, 2012, 10:09:54 PM
I'm racist, but I keep that to myself. How little sense does that make?
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: dark 5FVD on April 24, 2012, 10:13:33 PM
I'm not a racist i only hate the litle kids in my neighbourhood
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Mr.PowPow on April 24, 2012, 10:16:43 PM
Racism is discrimination based on ethnic background

Discrimination is the prejudicial treatment

The word prejudice (or foredeeming) is most often used to refer to preconceived judgments toward people or a person because of race/ethnicity, gender, social class, age, disability, religion, sexuality, nationality or other personal characteristics

preconceived meaning you must have at some point had the intent to do it in the future, -intent- is the word I used to start the argument and its also the word to finish it.

So unless you intend to hurt someone, it isn't racist or defined as racism in any way. There you go, you can walk off into the sunset with a better understanding of the world we live in

(This thread shouldn't even be in the debate section because its not debatable unless you for some reason choose not to care about the definition of words)
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 24, 2012, 10:54:08 PM
This thread shouldn't even be in the debate section because its not debatable unless you for some reason choose not to care about the definition of words
That's not for you to say. Definitions are made by people too. The person who made that definition is obviously very ignorant
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Mr.PowPow on April 24, 2012, 11:02:40 PM
This thread shouldn't even be in the debate section because its not debatable unless you for some reason choose not to care about the definition of words
That's not for you to say. Definitions are made by people too. The person who made that definition is obviously very ignorant
Take it up with oxford then, but until then I'm still correct. Thats how racism is to be determined and if you don't like it I'm afraid that simply how it is and you'll have to accept it. Racism is a word used universally with the same meaning everywhere, you can't have your own opinion on what it is. Its a solid definition.
I mean just because you think that a word should mean something else doesn't mean that you're right, I mean if I wanted juice to apply to all liquids and I firmly believed that, (for no reason whatsoever) that doesn't mean I'm right now does it? Because there is a definition of the word juice that says otherwise.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: CarolineJohnson on April 25, 2012, 12:28:57 AM
Just don't call someone a nigglet and you'll be fine, people.

/thread
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 25, 2012, 12:32:05 AM
Take it up with oxford then, but until then I'm still correct. Thats how racism is to be determined and if you don't like it I'm afraid that simply how it is and you'll have to accept it. Racism is a word used universally with the same meaning everywhere, you can't have your own opinion on what it is. Its a solid definition.
I mean just because you think that a word should mean something else doesn't mean that you're right, I mean if I wanted juice to apply to all liquids and I firmly believed that, (for no reason whatsoever) that doesn't mean I'm right now does it? Because there is a definition of the word juice that says otherwise.

It's not like the justice system all over the world thinks like how it's in the dictionary. If it's solid, why would they twist it?

btw.. Talking should be fun. Keep it fun.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Joel16 on April 25, 2012, 04:14:13 AM
all i can say is fhuk racisits x;


were all one o.o
no need to separate by colors nor accent, we make a better world together
I certainly got a normal accent (american), i ve tried british XD, i like it, but i look hispanic :}
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 25, 2012, 09:15:23 AM
I totally agree with pow. Does real racism really still exist anyway? Obviously there will always be a few nutjobs, but I mean in general. I don't know anybody that's really racist, sure we tell jokes and stuff but nobody is actually racist, we tell fat jokes and women jokes but that doesn't mean we hate women and fatties. I even get black jokes sent from my black friend, a joke is a joke.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: NekoJonez on April 25, 2012, 09:17:43 AM
The thing is... the image of a certain group is ALWAYS ruined by some idiots that just want TOO much done for them. Those people who ABUSE "racism" to get the job done.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Mr.PowPow on April 25, 2012, 09:22:56 AM
It's not like the justice system all over the world thinks like how it's in the dictionary. If it's solid, why would they twist it?
btw.. Talking should be fun. Keep it fun.
No no no, IT DOES.
Seriously, the only justice systems that do not go by the rules of intent, are the justice systems that are located in countries where racism is very common and barely a crime, or not worth it to prosecute over. Everywhere else racism is defined by intent. Trust me.
The only people that twist the definition of racism are the public, know why? because tensions have rose so high between the white ethnicity and all of the rest, that we simply don't know what is right and what is wrong. We are too afraid of offending the other ethnicity so we immediately jump to conclusions and defend them even when there is nothing to defend them against.
I will tell you that there is quite a large group of people that don't know how to define racism, so they make up their own little definitions out of necessity, which is why you are arguing against me today, because until yesterday you didn't know the definition and before that you had made up your own definition out of necessity.
There is nothing else to debate, this is dead ended.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 25, 2012, 09:45:58 AM
Seriously, the only justice systems that do not go by the rules of intent, are the justice systems that are located in countries where racism is very common and barely a crime, or not worth it to prosecute over. Everywhere else racism is defined by intent. Trust me.
The only people that twist the definition of racism are the public, know why? because tensions have rose so high between the white ethnicity and all of the rest, that we simply don't know what is right and what is wrong. We are too afraid of offending the other ethnicity so we immediately jump to conclusions and defend them even when there is nothing to defend them against.
I will tell you that there is quite a large group of people that don't know how to define racism, so they make up their own little definitions out of necessity, which is why you are arguing against me today, because until yesterday you didn't know the definition and before that you had made up your own definition out of necessity.
There is nothing else to debate, this is dead ended.
Agree 100%
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 25, 2012, 09:49:40 AM
wait a second. let me see if i got this right. you are saying that someone is racist only when they mean to be racist? that just doesnt make sense.


and i also believe everyone is a little racist at some point. stereotypes are a form of racism and discrimination.
let me give you one example to enlighten you people how we all can be racist at some point. lets say you are driving on a neighborhood in your city which happens to be only latinos or black people neighborhood. dont you lock your doors? start paying more attention? or when walking on the sidewalk a little late, no one else around and suddenly you see a black person coming towards you, dont you cross to the other sidewalk or just pay more attention on to what that person is going to do? these two are involuntary or unconscious ways of racism that exist even if someone is not racist and can be caused by stereotypes. at some point we can all be racist.


or better yet, only white people town and suddenly a non white person moves to town. and he starts receiving attention from everyone in the neighborhood. i dont mean negative attention, but special, people treating that person differently from the others. this can also be a type of racism




Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: shredc0re on April 25, 2012, 09:53:12 AM
I totally agree with pow. Does real racism really still exist anyway? Obviously there will always be a few nutjobs, but I mean in general. I don't know anybody that's really racist, sure we tell jokes and stuff but nobody is actually racist, we tell fat jokes and women jokes but that doesn't mean we hate women and fatties. I even get black jokes sent from my black friend, a joke is a joke.

There's always extremists about everything, so I think real racism does still excist.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Mr.PowPow on April 25, 2012, 09:57:46 AM
wait a second. let me see if i got this right. you are saying that someone is racist only when they mean to be racist? that just doesnt make sense.


and i also believe everyone is a little racist at some point. stereotypes are a form of racism and discrimination.
let me give you one example to enlighten you people how we all can be racist at some point. lets say you are driving on a neighborhood in your city which happens to be only latinos or black people neighborhood. dont you lock your doors? start paying more attention? or when walking on the sidewalk a little late, no one else around and suddenly you see a black person coming towards you, dont you cross to the other sidewalk or just pay more attention on to what that person is going to do? these two are involuntary or unconscious ways of racism that exist even if someone is not racist and can be caused by stereotypes. at some point we can all be racist.


or better yet, only white people town and suddenly a non white person moves to town. and he starts receiving attention from everyone in the neighborhood. i dont mean negative attention, but special, people treating that person differently from the others. this can also be a type of racism
All of that is irrelevant if you go up the page and look at the complete definition. Are you not simply making up your own?
It is impossible to be accidently racist, even if its "unconscious racism", its not racism....because its not intentional.
locking your doors because you are afraid of someone "black" passing by isn't racism. Dude thats fear or paranoia. You are not intending to offend that person in any way, you are trying to protect yourself.
Man this is getting so tiresome.....
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 25, 2012, 10:01:17 AM
wait a second. let me see if i got this right. you are saying that someone is racist only when they mean to be racist? that just doesnt make sense.


and i also believe everyone is a little racist at some point. stereotypes are a form of racism and discrimination.
let me give you one example to enlighten you people how we all can be racist at some point. lets say you are driving on a neighborhood in your city which happens to be only latinos or black people neighborhood. dont you lock your doors? start paying more attention? or when walking on the sidewalk a little late, no one else around and suddenly you see a black person coming towards you, dont you cross to the other sidewalk or just pay more attention on to what that person is going to do? these two are involuntary or unconscious ways of racism that exist even if someone is not racist and can be caused by stereotypes. at some point we can all be racist.


or better yet, only white people town and suddenly a non white person moves to town. and he starts receiving attention from everyone in the neighborhood. i dont mean negative attention, but special, people treating that person differently from the others. this can also be a type of racism
All of that is irrelevant if you go up the page and look at the complete definition. Are you not simply making up your own?
It is impossible to be accidently racist, even if its "unconscious racism", its not racism....because its not intentional.
locking your doors because you are afraid of someone "black" passing by isn't racism? Dude thats fear. You are not intending to offend that person in any way, you are trying to protect yourself.
Man this is getting so tiresome.....
ok, i get it. so racism never existed in european countries when slave trading with black people was legal right? in that time people believed black people were animals. so they were basically being treated as working animals. so im guessing black people now a days should not worry because that was not intentional. people really believed black people were soulless animals
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: NekoJonez on April 25, 2012, 10:02:27 AM
(Can you guys PLEASE start to respect opinions? Thank you.)
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: shredc0re on April 25, 2012, 10:04:00 AM
ok, i get it. so racism never existed in european countries when slave trading with black people was legal right? in that time people believed black people were animals. so they were basically being treated as working animals. so im guessing black people now a days should not worry because that was not intentional. people really believed black people were soulless animals

I didn't see Pow say anything about what happened in the past.. You do realize we aren't responsible for what our ancestors did now do you? No offense but you're taking this a bit to serious mate..
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Mr.PowPow on April 25, 2012, 10:06:49 AM
ok, i get it. so racism never existed in european countries when slave trading with black people was legal right? in that time people believed black people were animals. so they were basically being treated as working animals. so im guessing black people now a days should not worry because that was not intentional. people really believed black people were soulless animals
Uhhhh, you do realize that even back in those times people rightly knew that they were discriminating them by their color.....you know that right? They believed they were inferior and simply things to be used, because they were black and they had every intention to hurt them. However some simply found it as the norm and did it unconsciously (which wasn't racism because the people that WERE being racist, made it so common that it became not racist to others)
However thats in retrospect, I'm unsure if the term "racism" was formed back in those days. But it exists today and yes they were indeed racist.
I know it doesn't seem logical, but thats the definition and its something you are going to have to accept. Racism is based on intent. Don't like it? take it up with oxford. This really is a dead end debate because you are battling against something that has already been established.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 25, 2012, 10:15:12 AM
well. not all definitions are final


here i have a little definition of racism from the Royal Spanish Academy
Exacerbación del sentido racial de un grupo étnico, especialmente cuando convive con otro u otros.

in english: to cause racial awareness in an ethnic group. specially when coexisting with each other
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: TyranBrûlée on April 25, 2012, 10:26:19 AM
Quote from: Gloria Yamato
Blatant Racism: Outright racists that, without apology or confusion, tell people of color, that because of their color, they “don’t appeal to them.”
Covert Racism: When racists are being racist but just not saying it. For instance, upon seeing that a potential tenant is Indian, rather than saying it directly, a landlord will pull the apartment “off the market” without providing an explanation.
Unintentional Racism: “With the best of intentions, the best of educations, and the greatest generosity of heart, whites, operating on the misinformation fed to them from day one, will behave in ways that are racist, will perpetuate racism by being ‘nice’ the way we’re taught to be nice.”
Self-Righteous Racism: “The ‘good white’ racist attempts to shame Blacks into being blacker, scorns Japanese-Americans who don’t speak Japanese, and knows more about the Chicano/a community than the folks who make up the community.”
Internalized Racism: Stereotypes and attitudes of the white hegemonic system are internalized by members of oppressed groups and peoples and taken for truth or inform the ways they think about themselves and others from similar backgrounds or cultures.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Mr.PowPow on April 25, 2012, 10:28:28 AM
Well I guess I'll accept my defeat then. I apologize for any conflict I have caused.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 25, 2012, 10:35:25 AM
Well I guess I'll accept my defeat then. I apologize for any conflict I have caused.
What defeat? I think you're right.
well. not all definitions are final


here i have a little definition of racism from the Royal Spanish Academy
Exacerbación del sentido racial de un grupo étnico, especialmente cuando convive con otro u otros.

in english: to cause racial awareness in an ethnic group. specially when coexisting with each other

I don't think that's racist, pointing out somebody has ginger hair(ie different) doesn't matter. Being different doesn't matter. It only matters when its intended to offend or something.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 25, 2012, 10:37:40 AM
i think it has been stated that the topic ended. and you cant really bash on the royal spanish academy definition of the word. since it is the one that dictates the definitions in spanish, how to write, and what words are taken out and put in in the language
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 25, 2012, 10:39:34 AM
i think it has been stated that the topic ended. and you cant really bash on the royal spanish academy definition of the word. since it is the one that dictates the definitions in spanish, how to write, and what words are taken out and put in in the language
So because you think the topic has ended my opinion means nothing?
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 25, 2012, 10:41:19 AM
never said that. i just meant we should really stop this. and i was mentioning the definition thing since i was pointing out, definitions can be different
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: NekoJonez on April 25, 2012, 10:42:40 AM
(Do know guys I am pretty close to lock this thread.)
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 25, 2012, 10:44:53 AM
This is a discussion board is it not? I think that Spanish definition is wrong or outdated, or as pow said: "We are too afraid of offending the other ethnicity so we immediately jump to conclusions and defend them even when there is nothing to defend them against."
There's nothing wrong with being different to each other and nothing wrong with identifying that.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 25, 2012, 10:47:18 AM
you are totally right msg, its outdated as of 2011 where they added around 5 new words and english is the only right language that exists in the world


jonez, you should lock this thread
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: devon on April 26, 2012, 01:40:59 AM
Just out of curiosity - and don't lock the thread - how many people are minorities in their country?
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 01:57:19 AM
english is the only right language that exists in the world
Strange statement. You should know more than half the world population can't speak or understand english at all.

Just out of curiosity - and don't lock the thread - how many people are minorities in their country?
No thread locking in debates.

I don't get your question though. I think in most, if not all coutries, the biggest part of the population is still the families who've lived there for several generations.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: devon on April 26, 2012, 02:46:59 AM
Just out of curiosity - and don't lock the thread - how many people are minorities in their country?
No thread locking in debates.

I don't get your question though. I think in most, if not all coutries, the biggest part of the population is still the families who've lived there for several generations.
I'm talking about minorities. They're the ones who suffer through racism the worst, most of it is culture discrimination, which is even worse and I think should be more of a focus then mere color of skin.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 26, 2012, 02:53:04 AM

kk, this got opened again

english is the only right language that exists in the world
Strange statement. You should know more than half the world population can't speak or understand english at all.
just said that since msg said spanish definition of the word was wrong.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: devon on April 26, 2012, 03:26:24 AM
It was never locked.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 26, 2012, 03:36:34 AM
Just out of curiosity - and don't lock the thread - how many people are minorities in their country?
No thread locking in debates.

I don't get your question though. I think in most, if not all coutries, the biggest part of the population is still the families who've lived there for several generations.
I'm talking about minorities. They're the ones who suffer through racism the worst, most of it is culture discrimination, which is even worse and I think should be more of a focus then mere color of skin.
agreed. racism can be caused by sterotypes in culture and how people look. and its a lot worse since it shows ignorance in people
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 26, 2012, 09:16:07 AM
you are totally right msg, its outdated as of 2011 where they added around 5 new words and english is the only right language that exists in the world
What? A view can be outdated no matter when it is written. My grandad said yesterday something about cars that was so out of date! It doesn't make it right because he said it recently.

kk, this got opened again

english is the only right language that exists in the world
Strange statement. You should know more than half the world population can't speak or understand english at all.
just said that since msg said spanish definition of the word was wrong.
What has language got to do with anything? If something is wrong in English I would say the same thing - I think it's wrong.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 11:00:44 AM
Just when walking across the street, seeing somebody taking an extra sidestep when passing you, giving you a disgusted look or anything like that, can ruin someones day.
That's what minorities go through. No wonder they have their own "notorious" districts. That's the worst kind of racism. It changes the life of so many people at once.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 26, 2012, 11:31:50 AM
Just when walking across the street, seeing somebody taking an extra sidestep when passing you, giving you a disgusted look or anything like that, can ruin someones day.
But people would do that with a criminal too, it's not racist exclusive.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 11:37:46 AM
But people would do that with a criminal too, it's not racist exclusive.
Only 100-1000 people would know you're a criminal.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 26, 2012, 11:49:56 AM
And how many people do YOU know that would cross the road if a black man came the other way? I don't know one! I do however know quite a few that would be disgusted with a criminal, a drug user, a pedo etc etc.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 12:33:59 PM
And how many people do YOU know that would cross the road if a black man came the other way?
Probably my whole town...
You gotta know more than 60% of all crimes here are are committed by immigrants, when they're about 5% of the population.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 26, 2012, 12:40:04 PM
And how many people do YOU know that would cross the road if a black man came the other way?
Probably my whole town...
You gotta know more than 60% of all crimes here are are committed by immigrants, when they're about 5% of the population.
But that's because of crimes, not because of their skin colour. If there were no crimes would people still cross the road for a black man?
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 12:58:45 PM
But that's because of crimes, not because of their skin colour. If there were no crimes would people still cross the road for a black man?
There'll always be crime and it's getting worse every year.
They've given their skin colour a stereotype. People who don't believe it's that bad might wander into dangerous areas like Schaarbeek coming back with lighter pockets and maybe some free bruises, if they come back at all.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 26, 2012, 05:09:45 PM
i agree with negazari, stereotypes do create racism. ive mentioned the same thing earlier about crossing the street when seeing a black person. i dont think you would do it when you see a white person. so stereotypes can create racism. and that is basically what racism is today. not really about the skin color, but what skin color represents in stereotipical cultures
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 26, 2012, 05:27:11 PM
You all live in bad places then, with a lot of ignorant people.
Hull is probably the worst city in England, maybe only Glasgow is worse in the entire UK, and we have no racism.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: dark 5FVD on April 26, 2012, 05:29:29 PM
How hard we try i'm afraid racisme will always exist. Non of what you are aware MSG
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 26, 2012, 05:35:00 PM
I was talking in general, there will always be the odd retard of course.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: shredc0re on April 26, 2012, 05:35:57 PM
i agree with negazari, stereotypes do create racism.

I hereby quote the Straight Edge subculture. "Break Stereotypes, Not Faces" - Ben Wynne, xMore Than Inkx
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 05:38:09 PM
You all live in bad places then, with a lot of ignorant people.
Hull is probably the worst city in England, maybe only Glasgow is worse in the entire UK, and we have no racism at all.
I rather be ignorant and safe than surrounded by 20 moroccans cuz I took the wrong turn.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: shredc0re on April 26, 2012, 05:39:26 PM
You all live in bad places then, with a lot of ignorant people.
Hull is probably the worst city in England, maybe only Glasgow is worse in the entire UK, and we have no racism at all.
I rather be ignorant and safe than surrounded by 20 moroccans cuz I took the wrong turn.
I have to agree with Mizari..
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: O:\msg on April 26, 2012, 06:07:51 PM
I didn't realize this was a racist site.....
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: iluvfupaburgers on April 26, 2012, 06:11:32 PM
i dont think it is either, we are just being realists. knowing we can all be racist at some point. not being racist at some point would basically make you not human, or you live in a perfect society
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 06:38:31 PM
In this town:
Talk back to a white guy: He says mehh, and walks off.
Talk back to a moroccan: He calls his friends, they stalk you for the following week and when they get a chance they kick your ass and rob you.

No stereotype.. every single one of them.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: shredc0re on April 26, 2012, 06:42:56 PM
In this town:
Talk back to a white guy: He says mehh, and walks off.
Talk back to a moroccan: He calls his friends, they stalk you for the following week and when they get a chance they kick your ass and rob you.

No stereotype.. every single on of them.

So true.

Talk to a black person: He starts calling you names and calls you a racist.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 07:24:20 PM
I didn't realize this was a racist site.....
If you still don't know why we're racist, that's pretty ignorant.

If I'm a racist because I love my life, so be it.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: NekoJonez on April 26, 2012, 08:09:31 PM
I have a sort of rule..

"As long a person comes to me with good intentions... I return them. Bad intentions... I ignore those people."

It is for every skin color, age, gender, race ... what ever.... Like I said before... It are those few that ruin the reputation of the people who actually want to do well.
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: Kiss x Miz on April 26, 2012, 11:00:50 PM
I have a sort of rule..

"As long a person comes to me with good intentions... I return them. Bad intentions... I ignore those people."

It is for every skin color, age, gender, race ... what ever.... Like I said before... It are those few that ruin the reputation of the people who actually want to do well.
Ignoring someone while he's robbing you *applauds* :D
Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: shredc0re on April 27, 2012, 08:29:23 AM
I have a sort of rule..

"As long a person comes to me with good intentions... I return them. Bad intentions... I ignore those people."

It is for every skin color, age, gender, race ... what ever.... Like I said before... It are those few that ruin the reputation of the people who actually want to do well.
Ignoring someone while he's robbing you *applauds* :D

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Title: Re: Racism?
Post by: NekoJonez on April 27, 2012, 08:36:25 AM
I have a sort of rule..

"As long a person comes to me with good intentions... I return them. Bad intentions... I ignore those people."

It is for every skin color, age, gender, race ... what ever.... Like I said before... It are those few that ruin the reputation of the people who actually want to do well.
Ignoring someone while he's robbing you *applauds* :D
>.> Do I really need to put "sort of" in bold?
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