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2012-04-08 06:41:16 PM  

rezin8: I don't think he was making a racist comment... that was the filter.


I'm pretty sure the filter changes the n-word to "Attractive and Successful African American" Most racists don't like this so they switch it up.
 
2012-04-08 06:42:24 PM  

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: In my area, it's not uncommon for people to fake breaking down on the highway just to mug you when you stop to help them. How's that for karma?


You know, I've heard this urban legend a thousand times.....

I have yet, in my 30+ years on this planet, to see one actual verifiable story of this happening....

methinks it may have indeed happened here and there, but by and large is one of the mental boogeymen we as a society have made up to excuse our dickholishness.
 
2012-04-08 06:54:53 PM  
If you pop your hood and hang jumper cables over the fenderwell in plain sight, I'll blow right past you.

Why? Because you look like you've got the situation in hand. You have the right tools and seem to know how to use them, I see no indication of distress, just someone doing a roadside fix. For all I know your friend is in the car behind me.

OTOH, if you're holding the cables in one hand and waving at me with the other and you don't look dangerous and I think I can stop safely, I might.

/ I have tools, a tow strap, jumper cables, first aid kit, blanket, a gallon of water and a five-pound fire extinguisher in my truck and have helped more people over the years than I can remember. I've pulled people out of soft shoulders, put out their engine fires (or fought until the bottle was empty), given jump starts, given water, and sometimes just given advice. I've pushed stalled cars out of intersections with my truck, and sometimes just helped push by hand.

// I can't read minds. If you want me to stop, signal in some way that you need help.

/// If your car has any kind of gay pride sticker, I'll do my best to come back for you.
 
2012-04-08 07:03:28 PM  

studebaker hoch: / I have tools, a tow strap, jumper cables, first aid kit, blanket, a gallon of water and a five-pound fire extinguisher in my truck and have helped more people over the years than I can remember.


Hey, me too, except this stuff is in my basement.
 
2012-04-08 07:05:53 PM  

studebaker hoch: If you pop your hood and hang jumper cables over the fenderwell in plain sight, I'll blow right past you.

Why? Because you look like you've got the situation in hand. You have the right tools and seem to know how to use them, I see no indication of distress, just someone doing a roadside fix. For all I know your friend is in the car behind me.

OTOH, if you're holding the cables in one hand and waving at me with the other and you don't look dangerous and I think I can stop safely, I might.

/ I have tools, a tow strap, jumper cables, first aid kit, blanket, a gallon of water and a five-pound fire extinguisher in my truck and have helped more people over the years than I can remember. I've pulled people out of soft shoulders, put out their engine fires (or fought until the bottle was empty), given jump starts, given water, and sometimes just given advice. I've pushed stalled cars out of intersections with my truck, and sometimes just helped push by hand.

// I can't read minds. If you want me to stop, signal in some way that you need help.

/// If your car has any kind of gay pride sticker, I'll do my best to come back for you.


Last time that happened to me, I happened to have an application bottle of white shoe polish in the car (don't ask), so I wrote " NEED JUMP" on the rear window. The only one to stop was a cop. Turns out the battery was trashed. Had to walk a mile and a half to buy a new one.
 
2012-04-08 07:15:12 PM  

buckler: studebaker hoch: If you pop your hood and hang jumper cables over the fenderwell in plain sight, I'll blow right past you.

Why? Because you look like you've got the situation in hand. You have the right tools and seem to know how to use them, I see no indication of distress, just someone doing a roadside fix. For all I know your friend is in the car behind me.

OTOH, if you're holding the cables in one hand and waving at me with the other and you don't look dangerous and I think I can stop safely, I might.

/ I have tools, a tow strap, jumper cables, first aid kit, blanket, a gallon of water and a five-pound fire extinguisher in my truck and have helped more people over the years than I can remember. I've pulled people out of soft shoulders, put out their engine fires (or fought until the bottle was empty), given jump starts, given water, and sometimes just given advice. I've pushed stalled cars out of intersections with my truck, and sometimes just helped push by hand.

// I can't read minds. If you want me to stop, signal in some way that you need help.

/// If your car has any kind of gay pride sticker, I'll do my best to come back for you.

Last time that happened to me, I happened to have an application bottle of white shoe polish in the car (don't ask), so I wrote " NEED JUMP" on the rear window. The only one to stop was a cop. Turns out the battery was trashed. Had to walk a mile and a half to buy a new one.


The cop wouldn't give you a lift a mile down the road? What happened to "small town" America, where cops were allowed, nay, EXPECTED, to do stuff like that?
 
2012-04-08 07:20:03 PM  

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: The cop wouldn't give you a lift a mile down the road? What happened to "small town" America, where cops were allowed, nay, EXPECTED, to do stuff like that?


Nowadays, it's "I can't transport you in my car unless you're going to Booking."
 
2012-04-08 07:44:10 PM  

Freak: quoinguy

Crawl back to stormfront scum.



Why is a 100% true story all "stormfronty" to you?

Or am I to assume you casually drive through the rough parts of Oakland, Chicago, or wherever you live, with the windows down, blasting the Carpenters, and high-fiving the everyone whilst handing out Starbucks coupons?

My life is an open book and never embellished. I tell stories like this to pop balloons, sure, but never falsely. Being blind to the realities of certain parts of certain cities is either a birth defect or a self-imposed retardation. Since you can see well enough to type, I'll go with the second option.
 
2012-04-08 08:01:32 PM  
Urge to kill...fading...fading...
 
2012-04-08 08:43:04 PM  
The most messed up story on What Would You Do is IMHO the one where they had a bunch of kids spray painting a car to see what people would do. At one point they had a bunch of white kids doing the spray painting as a comparison and yet the call to 911 that they received during this period was someone reporting the "suspicious" black kids that were asleep in a nearby parked car.
 
2012-04-08 08:53:03 PM  

quoinguy:

CSB, or rather, reality story bro' time:


Bullshiat, you're a liar.
 
2012-04-08 08:57:32 PM  
I was in California in Marin and a rock came off a truck and rolled under my car. This was before everyone had a cell phone. I was stranded on a off ramp. NO ONE STOPPED. I was a 18 year old woman and no one stopped. Well ALMOST. An elderly couple from Nebraska did. I hopped in and they gave me a ride into the city where I could call a friend and get a ride.
 
2012-04-08 09:23:35 PM  

Scrotumnal Equinox: Reminds me of when I was on the side of the road struggling with shoveling gravel into a ditch (landscaping job), and a car with two women stopped and asked if I wanted to buy car stereo equipment. Also absolutely nothing other than that.


Worst. Penthouse forum. Ever.
 
2012-04-08 09:31:08 PM  

Ravengirl: rezin8: I don't think he was making a racist comment... that was the filter.

I'm pretty sure the filter changes the n-word to "Attractive and Successful African American" Most racists don't like this so they switch it up.



Nah, not racist. Just trying to conjure up the proper image of the jerks.

Even with those words, ten bucks says y'all thought of what I encountered.
 
2012-04-08 09:47:27 PM  

FloydA: quoinguy:

CSB, or rather, reality story bro' time:

Bullshiat, you're a liar.



Nope, not even the slightest.

How's the view through those rose-colored glasses?
 
2012-04-08 10:05:35 PM  
It was because of this show that I stopped to see if the girl who was arguing with her boyfriend on the side of the road, wanted a ride. I was late for work but this seemed more important. I pulled up next to them and said "do you need a ride?" The boyfriend got pissed off and said "WHAT?" I said "Im not talking to you. Im talking to her. Do you need help?" She shook her head no. I asked if she was sure. She said "Im ok." For all I know, he took her home and whipped her for drawing attention to the situation. But if I hadnt seen the show, I wouldn't have stopped.
 
2012-04-08 10:15:18 PM  
Kudos to the young man and his parents!

And I think it was a little unfair to say people ignored the guy because of his hat. I would assume a muscular guy in his 20's who already has the jack out knows WTF he's doing.
 
2012-04-08 10:16:31 PM  
People suck.

I have AAA.
 
2012-04-08 10:29:24 PM  

boyvoyeur: It was because of this show that I stopped to see if the girl who was arguing with her boyfriend on the side of the road, wanted a ride. I was late for work but this seemed more important. I pulled up next to them and said "do you need a ride?" The boyfriend got pissed off and said "WHAT?" I said "Im not talking to you. Im talking to her. Do you need help?" She shook her head no. I asked if she was sure. She said "Im ok." For all I know, he took her home and whipped her for drawing attention to the situation. But if I hadnt seen the show, I wouldn't have stopped.


I do the same thing. Not because of this show, but because of porno.
 
2012-04-08 10:52:22 PM  

quoinguy: .... scared whiteguy in a strange neighborhood anecdote ....


i was feeling so good after watching subbies video ... and then you showed up
 
2012-04-08 11:01:16 PM  
quoinguy why do you have a profile on blackplanet?


http://www.blackplanet.com/quoinguy/ ^

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Sex: Male
Location: Milwaukee, WI
Zodiac: Capricorn


you wouldn't be a troll spreading your hate and bile by any chance?
 
2012-04-08 11:14:32 PM  
Every time my car breaks down, multiple dudes stop and fix it. I am the opposite of hot. I'm a rotund grandmother. And I generally travel with a kid and a dog.
And it is a good thing they help. I can't even lift the tires that go on my truck,.
 
2012-04-08 11:34:36 PM  
I call BS on the assumption of racism. How many people even know that the knit cap thingy is Islam headgear? I sure didn't, and it's not something you see every day (except in heavily Muslim neighborhoods). A few ounces of knit linen isn't the same as a big sign with "I AM A MUSLIM" written on it, so don't assume people passed him by because they were prejudiced against his religion. They passed him by because he appeared to be an able-bodied adult male, who we all assume would be more than capable of changing his own damn tire even if he had to read the owners' manual to figure out how to do it.
 
2012-04-08 11:35:02 PM  

MoronLessOff: IMO, he's a grown man. If he can't change a tire, he deserves to be stuck there until he man's up and asks for help.


That whooshing sound you heard was the point flying right over your head.
 
2012-04-08 11:41:10 PM  

ActionJoe: You ever think that maybe all those people walking by had no idea how to help? If I see someone with a flat tire I'm not going to help because I would have no idea what to do. I would also assume the guy has a cell phone and can call for help.

If you are in trouble, try asking for help. Don't just expect people to help. You will probably find out that many people out there are very willing to help if you just ask them.


Again, like MoronLessOff, missing the point. It's not about the guy in need. He didn't need help; he was an actor. It wouldn't even be about a guy (or girl) actually needing help. It's not about them. It's about the bystanders. You honestly wouldn't extend a hand if you saw someone in need, without being asked? That's cool; that's how you roll. Apparently, most people are like you. And that's the point. Is that good or bad? That's the discussion.
 
2012-04-08 11:47:04 PM  
Great find, Subby. I haven't been reduced to tears on Fark in a long, long time. :)
 
2012-04-08 11:53:12 PM  
Wife, kids, and I were driving cross-country - last minute trip to attend an unexpected family funeral. 3/4ths of the way up this mountain in West Virginia, the timing belt breaks and the van stops about 100 yds. from an emergency pullout on the interstate.

I jump out, have the wife slide over and steer, while I half kill myself humping the van up the steep grade. At about the halfway point, the wife sent our (at the time) teen-aged redheaded daughter out to help. Three pickups w/ young men stopped to help push before we'd gone two car lengths.

/come to think of it, one of them was probably almost my age... Doh!
//daughter was, and still is oblivious to such things.
///BTW, the old 'broken car along the side of the road to rob you blind scenario'... happened to a relative twice in the space of about a year (back in the late 90's iirc) - the first time they were in Italy, and again back here in the states.... I've forgotten, maybe around Buffalo/Lackawanna; believe they were coming back from Niagra Falls.
////Niagra Falls! Slowly I turned... step by step... inch by inch...
 
2012-04-09 12:43:09 AM  
I like how the first guy reacted. If you do know how to change a tire, you do need to watch and learn instead of going off and doing something else.

I like to think the Heaven is a place where everyone is as helpful as that last young man.
 
2012-04-09 01:02:45 AM  

Tellingthem: FloydA: Tellingthem: GAT_00: He can say that all he wants. The fact is, everyone else who ignored the guy in distress proved him wrong.

I wouldn't go that far. I'm as white as they come and all i needed was a jump start because my battery was dead. So out of curiosity i decided to see if anyone would help without my asking. (I had called my roommate and he was on the way ,just in case it was more than a battery). I had my hood open and the jumper cables draped on the hood in full view. Not a single person offered to help me. I was there for over an hour. Guys, girls, people walking and driving by. Not a single one offered to help. This was in Pacific Beach, in San Diego so it wasn't some in poor neighbor hood.


I had exactly the opposite experience last week. I had a guy come over and jump start my car almost immediately.

I live in a poor neighborhood though, so that's probably the difference. My neighbors aren't rich people, so they don't suck ass.

Heh...yeah I probably would have had better luck in the poorer neighborhoods. The only reason I had even thought about doing the silly "experiment" in the first place was that I was telling a friend about the differences between California and Michigan (where I'm from). I just tend to find the people back home more friendly and helpful. but then again it may be more of a difference in attitude between a huge city and a regular one.


Well I'm in Washington state.. in a major city.. I'm white / young male adult .. the two times I've hard car issues, I was offered help immediately. The first time, my car stalled out in the middle of a busy road.. some guy came running into the street to push my car while I steered it to the side.

Recently, my window motor went out, so I was outside at 2am outside my house taping plastic to the door where the window was stuck down so rain wouldn't get in the car. Well I was out there for a few minutes before some girls in a car stopped and asked if they could help.. I said no thanks. 5min later some guys in a car stopped and asked what happened and offered help too. Made me feel better knowing people are out there that are willing to help out strangers late at night like that.
 
2012-04-09 01:13:25 AM  
To be fair, I don't care if he was Muslim, a white man in a 3 piece suit or any other type of male.... I was taking an engine apart at 15 to make sure I have a good running vehicle when I could drive at 16 (not that I actually WAITED until 16 to start driving it) If you are a grown male that looks to be at least 30, and cannot change a flat tire... you seriously should not be driving.

About the best I could bring myself to do is stop and make fun of a grown male for not knowing how to change the tire for.. maybe 15, 20 seconds and be on my way.

Now, if someone has broken down.. and needs help pushing a vehicle off the road; I've stopped and help many times, even offered the use of my phone if they happen to not have one.
 
2012-04-09 01:19:21 AM  
In the mid 1990's, I drove by a car that had stopped on the shoulder of I-10 between Phoenix and Blythe, some real desolate country to this day. A guy has removed the entire back seat bench assembly from the car, and it's sitting on the roof facing backwards into traffic. In duct-tape letters on the backrest, he's written:

CALL COPS.

That image is still with me like it happened yesterday. I have no idea what could get somebody to make that kind of distress signal, that's about as visceral and desperate as it gets.

A big-rig driver had already pulled off and was walking back to the guy, so I kept going.

No idea what had happened, to this day.

(my best guess - somebody's dead in the car and this guy needs to talk fast)
 
2012-04-09 01:24:46 AM  
No, I am not going to help a guy who can't change a tire. It's like tying a tie or jumping a car - if you are a guy, you should just know how to do that. And its not so hard that you can't figure it out when in need, so man up.

And by the way, profiling people and trusting your gut is safer than trusting everyone you see. Is the lesson for kids now "Don't trust strangers, unless they don't look like you, because that would be mean?"
 
2012-04-09 02:14:37 AM  
I do believe that many people forget the one thing about "Reality TV". It is television and there is no reality. This was a setup, just like every reality show. I have worked on several of these and this was the worst "setup" I have ever seen.
The kid even had fake tattoos that he exposed. When they cut back to the producer so happy with the kid, you could see two interns almost throwing up as it was a set up.
Reality TV doesn't happen. It is scripted and this is the worst instance.
Many people do many good things, but this is not one of them. This was TV producers creating a nice scene for you...but not real.
 
2012-04-09 02:45:58 AM  

denverbarndude: I do believe that many people forget the one thing about "Reality TV". It is television and there is no reality. This was a setup, just like every reality show. I have worked on several of these and this was the worst "setup" I have ever seen.
The kid even had fake tattoos that he exposed. When they cut back to the producer so happy with the kid, you could see two interns almost throwing up as it was a set up.
Reality TV doesn't happen. It is scripted and this is the worst instance.
Many people do many good things, but this is not one of them. This was TV producers creating a nice scene for you...but not real.


If the kid was an actor, he was a much better actor than the fake Muslim.
 
2012-04-09 03:07:56 AM  

American Decency Association: quoinguy why do you have a profile on blackplanet?


http://www.blackplanet.com/quoinguy/ ^

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Member Since: April 22, 2011
Sex: Male
Location: Milwaukee, WI
Zodiac: Capricorn


you wouldn't be a troll spreading your hate and bile by any chance?


Hahahaha!!!
 
2012-04-09 03:50:21 AM  

Smackledorfer: MoronLessOff: IMO, he's a grown man. If he can't change a tire, he deserves to be stuck there until he man's up and asks for help.

I thought I was going to biatch you out there for a second, but I agree.

Same goes for a woman. If you don't know, and don't ask, then how upset can you really be?

That said, I offer help when I think people may need it. Most of the time they don't, but you never know. Hell, even if you know how to change a tire, you can be screwed if you don't have a tire iron. Those pieces of shiat that come with cars give no leverage, and the nuts are put on by a power tool.


Yep. I'm a strong guy, and I know quite a bit about cars, but last time I had my wheels rotated the jack-jockey at Tire Discounters must have been having a bad day, because I could not BUDGE the lug nuts on my wheels when I had a flat. Even using a 36" breaker arm. In fact, all I managed to do was break the key for my locking lug nuts, so I was a bit miffed at having to call AAA over something as simple as that.

Then again, I borrowed a friends Honda minivan to help move some stuff, and needed the spare. It took me almost 45 minutes to FIND the thing. Neat setup, but without the manual it was very difficult to find. (also, to open, as the compartment that held the spare had never been opened. (8 year old van).
 
2012-04-09 03:54:20 AM  

studebaker hoch: / I have tools, a tow strap, jumper cables, first aid kit, blanket, a gallon of water and a five-pound fire extinguisher in my truck and have helped more people over the years than I can remember. I've pulled people out of soft shoulders, put out their engine fires (or fought until the bottle was empty), given jump starts, given water, and sometimes just given advice. I've pushed stalled cars out of intersections with my truck, and sometimes just helped push by hand.


Before I got my RX-8 and paired my kit down to essentials (to save weight) I always had a 4-way and a decent floor jack in my car. I have probably stopped to help someone change a flat out 20 times in the last decade, and always felt good about it.

/Especially if it is a newer car. I hate seeing someone use a scissor jack on a new car. They are dangerous, and if you get the placement wrong you can seriously mess up a fender or worse, end up not being able to open the door when you are done!
 
2012-04-09 04:07:46 AM  

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: The cop wouldn't give you a lift a mile down the road? What happened to "small town" America, where cops were allowed, nay, EXPECTED, to do stuff like that?


About a decade ago I bought a POS van to use just for hauling stuff to and from Ren Faires. Right after I got it I had hauled a bunch of stuff up to Cleveland for the GLMF, and was on the way to the campground when I found out that the gas gauge was very inaccurate. At 1/4 tank indicated, it just ran out. I was between exits on I-90 (i think it was) and it was about 2AM. I started walking to the nearest exit. It was 5 miles, and part of it was a construction zone. It was not a fun walk. I was passed by 3 cops, and numerous trucks, and never had more than a honk at me.

Finally after getting to the exit, walking to the gas station, and heading back to the van a cop stopped and ordered me off the highway, took my ID, searched me (!), and then asked me what I was doing walking up and down the highway at 4AM (it had been about that long).

I just looked at the gas can, then back at the cop, and glared. I then asked if "Up and down the highway" meant he had seen me earlier. He said that he had. I asked why he did not help to stop me.. and he said it was not permissible. I got my ID back, he warned me to stay well off the roadway (in a construction zone?!? with K rails and bulldozed earth on the other side of them?!?) and pulled off.

Sure enough, there was an "abandoned vehicle" sticker on the middle of my windshield when I got back to the van (emergency flashers were still on) and a warning to move it within 8 hours or it would be towed.

Those stickers are DAMNED hard to get off the window too!

/Really, REALLY made me unhappy about law enforcement.
 
2012-04-09 05:57:12 AM  
A woman had a flat across the street from my building so I headed down to see if she needed help. She thanked me but declined saying her husband is on the way. As I was walking away I couldn't help but think that when her husband gets there he's going to be mad she didn't let me change the tire.

/pointless story bro
 
2012-04-09 07:22:40 AM  
Why is all the dialogue over dubed?
 
2012-04-09 09:02:09 AM  

Smackledorfer: Hell, even if you know how to change a tire, you can be screwed if you don't have a tire iron. Those pieces of shiat that come with cars give no leverage, and the nuts are put on by a power tool.


First thing anyone should buy when they get a car is a four-way and a pair of cables.
I always carry a spare set of cables because I live in Vermont.
If you need the extra length, they are handy, and if you find someone that needs a jump, if nice to give them the spare set if they don't have cables, and obviously will probably need them again in the immediate future.

Paying forward pays off.
 
2012-04-09 09:11:38 AM  
I think it is interesting that several are quick to give kudos to this young man's parents and who knows maybe they did instill something benevolent in him but there aren't any facts about his parents one way or the other to make this judgement (unless I missed something, which is a good possibility). Still, no one has mentioned his faith or belief in "mental alchemy" as a reason to why he seems so well adjusted or how important having something to believe in might be.

I hope today to be as receptive and positive as this kid.
 
2012-04-09 09:44:35 AM  

studebaker hoch:

/// If your car has any kind of gay pride sticker, I'll do my best to come back for you.


No stickers [bad], but it's a Subaru [good], But I'm a guy, not a lebanese [confused?], and straight [nttatwwt], so what are my chances?
 
2012-04-09 09:56:14 AM  

American Decency Association: quoinguy why do you have a profile on blackplanet?


http://www.blackplanet.com/quoinguy/ ^

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Member Since: April 22, 2011
Sex: Male
Location: Milwaukee, WI
Zodiac: Capricorn


you wouldn't be a troll spreading your hate and bile by any chance?



Never heard of blackplanet, and I'm not a Capricorn. A quoin is a printing term, and Milwaukee has a lot of printers. Coincidence.

I have only love, tempered with reality.
 
2012-04-09 10:00:44 AM  

quoinguy: American Decency Association: quoinguy why do you have a profile on blackplanet?


http://www.blackplanet.com/quoinguy/ ^

PERSONAL INFO
Member Since: April 22, 2011
Sex: Male
Location: Milwaukee, WI
Zodiac: Capricorn


you wouldn't be a troll spreading your hate and bile by any chance?


Never heard of blackplanet, and I'm not a Capricorn. A quoin is a printing term, and Milwaukee has a lot of printers. Coincidence.

I have only love, tempered with reality.


you farking liar ... diaf kkk scum
 
2012-04-09 10:18:24 AM  

karmachameleon: MoronLessOff: IMO, he's a grown man. If he can't change a tire, he deserves to be stuck there until he man's up and asks for help.

That whooshing sound you heard was the point flying right over your head.


karmachameleon: ActionJoe: You ever think that maybe all those people walking by had no idea how to help? If I see someone with a flat tire I'm not going to help because I would have no idea what to do. I would also assume the guy has a cell phone and can call for help.

If you are in trouble, try asking for help. Don't just expect people to help. You will probably find out that many people out there are very willing to help if you just ask them.

Again, like MoronLessOff, missing the point. It's not about the guy in need. He didn't need help; he was an actor. It wouldn't even be about a guy (or girl) actually needing help. It's not about them. It's about the bystanders. You honestly wouldn't extend a hand if you saw someone in need, without being asked? That's cool; that's how you roll. Apparently, most people are like you. And that's the point. Is that good or bad? That's the discussion.


tillerman35: They passed him by because he appeared to be an able-bodied adult male, who we all assume would be more than capable of changing his own damn tire even if he had to read the owners' manual to figure out how to do it.


Again, a grown man should be able to change a tire. If he can't then he needs to ask for help.

I haven't watched very much of WWYD, but this set up is lame.
 
2012-04-09 10:19:19 AM  

American Decency Association: quoinguy: American Decency Association: quoinguy why do you have a profile on blackplanet?


http://www.blackplanet.com/quoinguy/ ^

PERSONAL INFO
Member Since: April 22, 2011
Sex: Male
Location: Milwaukee, WI
Zodiac: Capricorn


you wouldn't be a troll spreading your hate and bile by any chance?


Never heard of blackplanet, and I'm not a Capricorn. A quoin is a printing term, and Milwaukee has a lot of printers. Coincidence.

I have only love, tempered with reality.

you farking liar ... diaf kkk scum




You two don't even make any sense. The blackplanet I found is a dating site for black people. If I were trolling hate, and your "proof" is my supposed alias on that site, wouldn't it therefore mean I'm a black guy throwing a weird story out there to make black people "look bad"?

All I'm saying is my story should remind people to show some common sense instead of stroll around thinking everyone everywhere is perfectly nice. Not everyone is nice, and if one is in the ghetto, you'd better be careful.

Did I say EVERYONE in rough parts of town is untrustworthy? No. Did I say all black people are mean? No. You explain to me, though, if you would act with the same amount of caution in in area of town with 15-20 times the crime rate of other areas of town. You explain to me why you live in the best area you can afford, since I'm so incredibly racist. Aren't you just as racist when you specifically avoid a part of the city where a two-story four bedroom house can be purchase for $12,000 and live in an area where a similar house goes for $250,000-$300,000?

If I were black and drove through an area with a bunch of toothless rednecks the situation may have been similar. But I'm not, and I didn't. The tale I told was what happened to me.

After all this discussion I hope to remind people to not be morons and exercise some caution when you're obviously in a dicey situation.
 
2012-04-09 10:40:58 AM  
im not specifically interested in your original post. i agree, it was obnoxious and got my attention.

but with some simple Goolge fu, it seems you have an agenda

for those who want to play at home... google quoinguy -fark

100% of the results are user profiles on other internet discussion forums. (its nice to see you at least have other interests, even if it is just NFL)

so... we have literally a handful of references on the internet to the word quoinguy and they are ALL the name of a user on discussion forums.

considering the context of your original post above, and that you have a blackplanet profile, i can only assume you are a racist, and a militant one at that.

your only avenue now my friend, is to suggest that profile was maliciously created to frame you as the active racist you are
 
2012-04-09 11:10:38 AM  

American Decency Association: for those who want to play at home... google quoinguy -fark


I did. I only found one site with his username, and that was The Star Tribune, a site that is regularly linked on Fark. The rest were all Vietnamese.

Try trolling elsewhere.
 
2012-04-09 11:23:21 AM  

rezin8: American Decency Association: for those who want to play at home... google quoinguy -fark

I did. I only found one site with his username, and that was The Star Tribune, a site that is regularly linked on Fark. The rest were all Vietnamese.

Try trolling elsewhere.


sigh ... did you ignore the false results of google best guessing? let me do it for you ...

quoinguy -fark -quoinman -"Quoin Guy"
 
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