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(Orange County Register)   High school's "Señores and Señoritas Day" eliminated after students show up dressed as gang members, gardeners, border patrol agents and pregnant teens   (ocregister.com) divider line 373
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2012-08-24 08:33:11 PM

Fade2black: Charlie Chingas: Fade2black: Charlie Chingas: Fade2black: jaytkay: They train their bigots from a very young age in Orange County, don't they.

Stereotypes are grounded from statistical fact. Hope your political correctness gets you through life unscathed.

Lemme know how the dirt tastes when you have your head buried down there.

Spoken like true basura blanca :)

Me dices de que sabor es la tierra cuando te sacas tu cabeza de aya bajo.

Vez? Yo tambien puedo jugar ese pinche juego que ustedes, los gringos, les gustan jugar mucho.

Yeah, I'm white trash. White trash that learned Spanish so I could talk to all the illegals on my jobsite. So I appreciate your assumption that we're all uneducated. At least I took the time to learn a language before thinking about storming the border.

It's quite amusing on my sites when the Jose's assume I'm just another idiot, just like you.

Now go mow my lawn, Pendejo.

1. So you admit to hiring illegals? Did you know that you're the problem when it comes to illegal immigration? Stop hiring them and they won't come over. You're welcome.

2. I never assumed you were uneducated or an idiot. Projection much? You're welcome.

3. English is my second language, but I get I speak it more better then you. Your welcome.

4. Your sites? And I prefer Pepe's, thank you very much.

5. I don't mow lawns, gabacho. I fix networks. Oh, mow your lawn. Euphemism for doing your mom? As you know, English is my second language...

Sincerely,

Charlie Chingas

U.S Marine Corps Vet, 0311

I don't hire them, I have to work around them.

You fix networks? Wow! So that means you're not part of the stereotype, congrats! Still doesn't mean it isn't true to the other 99% that hang drywall or paint my house.

Unless since you work in networks you've become some 280 lb monstrosity that showers every 2 weeks, but thats a whole nother stereotype in its own right.

You can be pissed all you want, but just because you're one guy that pushed himself above all o ...


Dr. Mr. Internet White Knight,

I am not pissed. I know that when one reads anything on the internet, their personality filters into that reading. Maybe you're the one that's pissed? I weight about 190 or so. Kinda heavy for my height. I do need to lose weight, though. Thank you for your concern. Although, I would suggest you look up history a bit more... Who am I kidding? You've already made up your mind on this subject and nothing can dissuade you otherwise. Same with me. I leave you with this: Don't be so angry. I know this is Fark but, come on!

Ometeotl my brother...

Also, I'd like to know: The other 99% hang your drywall or paint your house. Is your house constantly being damage from you going on the rampage from what you read online, or are my brethren just too lazy to finish the job, which defeats the mantra of we're taking your jobs. But then, we're lazy. Go figure.

/:)
//some extra slashies for you. don't spend them all in one place!!!
//not as good as carbon credits, though..
 
2012-08-24 09:58:32 PM
three tries and i quit... to much vodak

picture of perez hilton with caption "went as a senor-eater"
 
2012-08-24 10:20:34 PM

Fano: liam76: students were encouraged to don Latino-themed attire

How the fark could they do this and not offend anyone?

Good question. There really aren't ANY groups you can do this for any more. And this is essentially, details varying how any sort of such day would go. How about Pommeyland and Frog day?


Dress like a Viking Day might not be too offensive.
 
2012-08-24 10:37:43 PM

Gunny Highway: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Gunny Highway: rickythepenguin: Gunny Highway: This is one of the best things I have read all day. So confusing.


1) go to mexican neighborhood in LA.

2) count all the morrissey t-shirts / morrissey clones

3) wonder why the hell thousands of mexicans love some 58 year old English wanker that sings like a muppet with a chest cold.

I need to take a trip to the west coast.

When do the Lakers play the Celtics at Staples? :-)

Not soon enough. I am dying for some NBA right now.

/I am the only one I know


I'll start jonesin' in a month or so.
 
2012-08-24 10:46:37 PM
one former student ruined the fun for everyone. what a dick. life is too short people. nothing wrong with having fun.
 
2012-08-24 11:13:50 PM
i142.photobucket.com
 
2012-08-24 11:22:41 PM
fashionablygeek.com
 
2012-08-24 11:23:53 PM

optimus_grime: white people are terrible, big surprise.


You sir win the thread.
 
2012-08-24 11:27:04 PM

BokChoy: I love it when even high school students can identify liberal politically-correct bullshiat and give it the mocking it so richly deserves. These high schoolers deserve a medal.


Latino culture, in areas where Latinos have the same chances in life as everyone else, is actually very beautiful. The problem is that when Mexicans come to America, they face huge amounts of prejudice if they came here legally, because everyone assumes it didn't happen that way, or they have serious obstacles when they don't.

Poverty makes people do really stupid shiat, especially kids. Whore teens and gangbangers? They're a symptom, not a cause.

/Meet people from more than one end of the money spectrum. You'll be amazed at what you find.
 
2012-08-24 11:33:12 PM

Ambitwistor: dopekitty74: Hehehe, Canada day would consist of ballcaps with moose antlers, Maple Leafs Jerseys, beer and pot, and people saying Eh all day long.

I saw a tourist once who was obviously a hyper-patriotic Canadian. She had maple leaves plastered all over her backpack and a "I am not a stereotype" T-shirt with sayings like "I am not a lumberjack", "I do not live in an igloo", etc.

I felt like saying to her, "Canadian, Eh?", but I thought she'd punch me in the teeth.


That shirt was for a beer, not ironically named "Canadian". By molsons. It was a pretty popular campaign.
 
2012-08-24 11:53:14 PM

Princess0825: MexicanNerd: I can't wait to see if Fark is more or less mature than a bunch of Orange County High School Students.

Know how I know you're new here?


Know how I know you're an idiot?
 
2012-08-24 11:55:51 PM

PsiChick: BokChoy: I love it when even high school students can identify liberal politically-correct bullshiat and give it the mocking it so richly deserves. These high schoolers deserve a medal.

Latino culture, in areas where Latinos have the same chances in life as everyone else, is actually very beautiful. The problem is that when Mexicans come to America, they face huge amounts of prejudice if they came here legally, because everyone assumes it didn't happen that way, or they have serious obstacles when they don't.

Poverty makes people do really stupid shiat, especially kids. Whore teens and gangbangers? They're a symptom, not a cause.

/Meet people from more than one end of the money spectrum. You'll be amazed at what you find.


What you're saying seems to be:
- Rich people have more culture
- Moving to a different country makes it harder to get rich

Both of which are relatively easy to accept. Moving forward from that, what does that have to do with the school? What could the students have reasonably done to express "beautiful Latino culture"?

\ Side note: What is more "beautiful" about Latino culture over English culture, or American culture, or Japanese culture?
 
2012-08-25 12:14:42 AM

Dokushin: PsiChick: BokChoy:

What you're saying seems to be:
- Rich people have more culture
- Moving to a different country makes it harder to get rich

Both of which are relatively easy to accept. Moving forward from that, what does that have to do with the school? What could the students have reasonably done to express "beautiful Latino culture"?

\ Side note: What is more "beautiful" about Latino culture over English culture, or American culture, or Japanese culture?


What I was actually trying to say is that a) rich people have a culture that we Americans tend to approve of more, and b) Americans do not like Mexicans. Or anyone Hispanic. Thus, harder for them to be rich.

They could have talked about the deeply-held religious beliefs of most Hispanics; the various foods Hispanic cultures are famous for; the regions Hispanics come from; the histories of the various areas...or even just worn traditional attire from a Hispanic country.

/...Um, 'more'? What, American, English, and Japanese culture aren't beautiful? It's not a zero-sum game here. Almost all cultures are beautiful in most aspects. The few that aren't tend to be small and self-destructive.
 
2012-08-25 01:16:41 AM

rickythepenguin: wiell nevvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvver understand how/why SoCal mexicans have latched on to Morrissey the way they have. Morrissey is like a god to them.


My best friend's younger sister was crazy about Morrissey when she was in high school. She's 42 now. I can't say jack about that, though, since I've been crazy about Elton John for over 40 years.

El Morro: Sure, there will always be a percentage of knuckleheads that make the rest of us look bad. It's true with any group of people. But that doesn't ultimately change the facts presented. Respect us, and we'll respect you. Treat us like sh*t at your own (political) risk. 


Yup. The problem is, when you're a minority, and a few members of your group act like assholes, EVERY member of the group suffers.

Fano: Hillbilly days


When I was a kid, my hometown had an annual Huck Finn Day, in which kids dressed up as Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer, and Becky Thatcher and paraded down one of the city's main boulevards, followed by a huge picnic in the park with hot dogs and watermelon and lotsa other good stuff. By the late 1970s, said hometown had become mostly Messican, and the city council (a bunch of white dudes) decided to cancel the event. :(

Fade2black: Now go mow my lawn, Pendejo.


Thanks for keeping the white trash stereotype alive and well.

BTW, some of us brown people hail from families that have been in the U.S. LEGALLY since the 19th century. Our first (and in many cases, ONLY) language is English, but some bigoted white people can't see beyond our skin color, which truly sucks.

/brown & proud of it
 
2012-08-25 01:20:05 AM

lockers: ArcadianRefugee: Fade2black: Stereotypes are grounded from statistical fact.



Please cite the statistical studies.

Link... Yes, at 12% of the hispanic population as compared to 4% of non-hispanic caucasians, it is a stereo type based in fact. On the bright side they are still better than the nearly quarter of african american girls.


Yeah, but that's US; to be fair, Americans are pretty low-class all around. Not really indicative of Latinos/Hispanics in general.
 
2012-08-25 01:32:20 AM

ArcadianRefugee: Yeah, but that's US; to be fair, Americans are pretty low-class all around.


Yeah, those low-class Americans, accusing other groups of being low-class...how dare they?
 
2012-08-25 01:38:17 AM

PsiChick: What I was actually trying to say is that a) rich people have a culture that we Americans tend to approve of more,


But in your statement that I originally replied to, you seemed to imply that Mexicans had inferior culture here because they were poor, going so far as to say that their culture is beautiful when they have opportunity. If that's true, that means that it's not just that Americans approve of "rich culture", right? It's at the very least American and Latin culture.

PsiChick: b) Americans do not like Mexicans. Or anyone Hispanic.


That is just as much of a stereotype as what is mentioned in the article. There are 300,000,000 people in the USA and they do not all dislike Mexicans (or anyone Hispanic). You cannot validate that statement without validating the claims of actual racists worldwide. Cultural generalization is a bad idea. Don't do it.

PsiChick: /...Um, 'more'? What, American, English, and Japanese culture aren't beautiful? It's not a zero-sum game here. Almost all cultures are beautiful in most aspects. The few that aren't tend to be small and self-destructive.


This was my mistake; I misunderstood the tone when you said that "Latino culture...is actually very beautiful." I thought that was an indication of exception from the norm; my apologies if I took it incorrectly. I agree that almost all cultures are, in their way, beautiful.
 
2012-08-25 02:51:53 AM

socoloco: How do they know it wasn't costumes?


Insanity, I tells ya.
 
2012-08-25 03:20:58 AM

The Bunyip: Well I got the pistol, so I'll keep the Pesos -- yeah that seems fair.

/obscure?


Here comes the same old verse about Mexico...
 
2012-08-25 06:23:07 AM
Yanks_RSJ: What exactly is "Latino-themed attire"?

GIS for latino themed attire

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-08-25 06:19:29 PM

Dokushin: PsiChick: What I was actually trying to say is that a) rich people have a culture that we Americans tend to approve of more,

But in your statement that I originally replied to, you seemed to imply that Mexicans had inferior culture here because they were poor, going so far as to say that their culture is beautiful when they have opportunity. If that's true, that means that it's not just that Americans approve of "rich culture", right? It's at the very least American and Latin culture.

PsiChick: b) Americans do not like Mexicans. Or anyone Hispanic.

That is just as much of a stereotype as what is mentioned in the article. There are 300,000,000 people in the USA and they do not all dislike Mexicans (or anyone Hispanic). You cannot validate that statement without validating the claims of actual racists worldwide. Cultural generalization is a bad idea. Don't do it.

PsiChick: /...Um, 'more'? What, American, English, and Japanese culture aren't beautiful? It's not a zero-sum game here. Almost all cultures are beautiful in most aspects. The few that aren't tend to be small and self-destructive.

This was my mistake; I misunderstood the tone when you said that "Latino culture...is actually very beautiful." I thought that was an indication of exception from the norm; my apologies if I took it incorrectly. I agree that almost all cultures are, in their way, beautiful.


1. Yes, this was fairly unclear, sorry. To explain, I was trying to differentiate between 'rich culture', which is usually very different from Latino culture, and Latino culture itself as practiced by Latino-Americans with normal opportunities. You don't have to be rich to be normal, and that's the only thing most people need.

2. As individuals, no. As a country, yes--we pass laws every day designed to be selectively enforced against non-citizen Mexicans. A country can do something that not all citizens agree with.

3. That's fine. It's the internet, there's no tonals here. Drives me nuts all the time. :)
 
2012-08-26 11:17:46 AM

PsiChick: Dokushin:
2. As individuals, no. As a country, yes--we pass laws every day designed to be selectively enforced against non-citizen Mexicans. A country can do something that not all citizens agree with.

Is it laws against non-citizen "Mexicans" or just non-citizens (people living here illegally)?

Big difference in my book.

And I agree with that act. I'm in California and I think illegals are getting way too much.

If you wish to be a part of our society, Join it for Farks sake.

Don't come over and demand we treat you like a citizen without becoming one (or even coming here legally).

 
2012-08-26 11:33:25 AM

Brother Head: PsiChick: Dokushin:
2. As individuals, no. As a country, yes--we pass laws every day designed to be selectively enforced against non-citizen Mexicans. A country can do something that not all citizens agree with.

Is it laws against non-citizen "Mexicans" or just non-citizens (people living here illegally)?

Big difference in my book.

And I agree with that act. I'm in California and I think illegals are getting way too much.

If you wish to be a part of our society, Join it for Farks sake.

Don't come over and demand we treat you like a citizen without becoming one (or even coming here legally).


No, it's non-citizen Mexicans. There are very, very few people arrested under these laws who aren't Mexican.

And if you're thinking they 'get way too much', let's review: America trashed Mexico's entire economy with the War on Drugs, people try to escape and have to go through a living Hell to get here, and they're usually put into wage slavery right off the bat.

Yeeeah, somehow I'm not too worried that one of TEH ILLEGALS might go to an ER and get a broken arm treated.
 
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