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2013-08-22 10:46:16 AM
www.annarbor.com
www.annarbor.com

Behold, the superior race.
 
2013-08-22 10:52:42 AM
200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.
 
2013-08-22 10:54:20 AM
Nah, stupid people have pretty much always been stupid.
 
2013-08-22 11:24:21 AM
Aww, nipped in the bud.

And the Tea Party were needing new members.
 
2013-08-22 11:38:34 AM

scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.


I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.
 
2013-08-22 11:55:41 AM

dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.



Plus it's really not fair; she almost certainly doesn't know that many words.
 
2013-08-22 11:55:55 AM
From the looks of those two, I don't think six months is enough time to write 200-250 word essay, hell they probably don't know that many.
 
2013-08-22 12:04:53 PM

Sofa_king_kewl: From the looks of those two, I don't think six months is enough time to write 200-250 word essay, hell they probably don't know that many.


Have them do it on Fark, as that changes one word they probably use often into five.
 
2013-08-22 12:11:41 PM
I am sorry I sang songs with my ex-boyfrend Joseph Starr about killing black people. I understand now that it is very, very bad to intimatedate black people and that throwing rocks at there houses is not good. Its actually more than not good its really, really, really, really bad. I'm very, very, very, very, very sorry for this poor beehavior of mines and would like the court to read my essay and see how sorry I am and let me out of jail now because I have truly, truly learned my lesson. I would like to get out of jail and tell everybody how bad it was what I did and serve as an example to others, like my ex boyfriend Joseph Starr who I know I'm not sposed to talk too anymore but maybe I could call him or something when I get out and tell him how bad it was what we did. And then if he thinks its bad too maybe we could see each other again and go on tour or something or maybe they could make a reality show about us to teach america about diversity and loving black people even though you're white. So that's what I pretty much wanted to say in this, that I'm sorry, really sorry, really really sorry, and I have lots more to say too so I hope I get a show soon. The end.


(237 words, I did more then the minimum so that should count, judge)
 
2013-08-22 12:13:12 PM

scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.


I'm not sure she knows 250 words. Maybe she can just re-use the same 25.
 
2013-08-22 12:18:14 PM

Pocket Ninja: I am sorry I sang songs with my ex-boyfrend Joseph Starr about killing black people. I understand now that it is very, very bad to intimatedate black people and that throwing rocks at there houses is not good. Its actually more than not good its really, really, really, really bad. I'm very, very, very, very, very sorry for this poor beehavior of mines and would like the court to read my essay and see how sorry I am and let me out of jail now because I have truly, truly learned my lesson. I would like to get out of jail and tell everybody how bad it was what I did and serve as an example to others, like my ex boyfriend Joseph Starr who I know I'm not sposed to talk too anymore but maybe I could call him or something when I get out and tell him how bad it was what we did. And then if he thinks its bad too maybe we could see each other again and go on tour or something or maybe they could make a reality show about us to teach america about diversity and loving black people even though you're white. So that's what I pretty much wanted to say in this, that I'm sorry, really sorry, really really sorry, and I have lots more to say too so I hope I get a show soon. The end.


(237 words, I did more then the minimum so that should count, judge)


Not bad, but it needs more spelling & grammar errors.
 
2013-08-22 12:20:49 PM
Ah... Ypsi Township...  A part of Michigan time forgot... At least Frankenmuth Township has all that kitsch.

And no Ypsilanti thread is complete with out a picture of the water tower

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-08-22 12:35:58 PM

meat0918: Ah... Ypsi Township...  A part of Michigan time forgot... At least Frankenmuth Township has all that kitsch.

And no Ypsilanti thread is complete with out a picture of the water tower

[upload.wikimedia.org image 683x539]


That, right there, is a fine erection.
 
2013-08-22 12:45:45 PM
When was this magical time of which you speak, Subby?
 
2013-08-22 12:46:23 PM

RexTalionis: [www.annarbor.com image 149x182]
[www.annarbor.com image 149x186]

Behold, the superior race.



Racial purity by way of inbreeding?
 
2013-08-22 12:49:19 PM

dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.


Huh? People get sentenced to this kind of shiat all the time:

blogtown.portlandmercury.com
 
2013-08-22 12:51:16 PM
Officers continued to investigate and learned Keaton and Starr had been using the same racial slur with the 23-year-old woman's 63-year-old father and also neighborhood children of Asian descent, Fox said.

ok, well now I need to know which word it was.
 
2013-08-22 12:54:55 PM

dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.


Technically he isn't "making" her write it. She could very easily refuse and get a few more days/weeks tacked onto her sentence.

And what gilgigamesh said, this is not a unique sentence.
 
2013-08-22 12:58:26 PM

gilgigamesh: dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.

Huh? People get sentenced to this kind of shiat all the time:

[blogtown.portlandmercury.com image 300x247]

 
2013-08-22 01:04:36 PM

gilgigamesh: dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.

Huh? People get sentenced to this kind of shiat all the time:

[blogtown.portlandmercury.com image 300x247]


I'd make another sign that said "I am being coerced into doing this by Judge Smith.  I am innocent." and hold that up at the same time.

Either that, or I'd repeat over and over that I was being coerced into wearing the sign and that I was innocent and unjustly convicted.  Even if it's not true.

Judges have a lot of power, but there are lines that even they are not allowed to cross.
 
2013-08-22 01:07:52 PM

dittybopper: gilgigamesh: dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.

Huh? People get sentenced to this kind of shiat all the time:

[blogtown.portlandmercury.com image 300x247]

I'd make another sign that said "I am being coerced into doing this by Judge Smith.  I am innocent." and hold that up at the same time.

Either that, or I'd repeat over and over that I was being coerced into wearing the sign and that I was innocent and unjustly convicted.  Even if it's not true.

Judges have a lot of power, but there are lines that even they are not allowed to cross.


Again, they aren't being forced to do it. It's the same as community service. You can be sentenced to it, but if choose to refuse it, well then you go to jail instead.

She has every option to refuse that part of the sentence.
 
2013-08-22 01:11:14 PM

meat0918: Ah... Ypsi Township...  A part of Michigan time forgot... At least Frankenmuth Township has all that kitsch.

And no Ypsilanti thread is complete with out a picture of the water tower

[upload.wikimedia.org image 683x539]


That's the second time I've heard Ypsilanti mentioned today on Fark.  If it happens a third time, I'm just going to start running.
 
2013-08-22 01:24:05 PM

Pocket Ninja: I am sorry I sang songs with my ex-boyfrend Joseph Starr about killing black people. I understand now that it is very, very bad to intimatedate black people and that throwing rocks at there houses is not good. Its actually more than not good its really, really, really, really bad. I'm very, very, very, very, very sorry for this poor beehavior of mines and would like the court to read my essay and see how sorry I am and let me out of jail now because I have truly, truly learned my lesson. I would like to get out of jail and tell everybody how bad it was what I did and serve as an example to others, like my ex boyfriend Joseph Starr who I know I'm not sposed to talk too anymore but maybe I could call him or something when I get out and tell him how bad it was what we did. And then if he thinks its bad too maybe we could see each other again and go on tour or something or maybe they could make a reality show about us to teach america about diversity and loving black people even though you're white. So that's what I pretty much wanted to say in this, that I'm sorry, really sorry, really really sorry, and I have lots more to say too so I hope I get a show soon. The end.


(237 words, I did more then the minimum so that should count, judge)


BRILLANT! Though, not your best work.

Did you use this same format in college?

/*ducks under coffee table*
 
2013-08-22 01:24:34 PM

scottydoesntknow: Technically he isn't "making" her write it. She could very easily refuse and get a few more days/weeks tacked onto her sentence.


Well, in that case, because the alternative is more jail time, that's perfectly OK then.  Because a coerced essay is really going to bring out the true feelings.  I might write something like this:

For society to work, understanding different people is vital.  Culture and race in this country have a long intertwined history in this country.  Knowing this, you must see that I now recognize that my actions were insensitive and hurtful.  Others may disagree that diversity is important, under some racist ideology like the one I formerly believed in, just as others have come to the realization of just how vital it really is.  Ugliness is the only true face of racism.  Diversity is something that is celebrated in America as the "Great American Melting Pot" every kid learns about in school.  As this incident has shown, sometimes it takes a serious misstep to know just how wrong a person can be.  Since then, having seen the error in my ways, of just how hateful my words and deeds were, let me state emphatically that going forward I shall endeavor to live by the immortal words of Martin Luther King.  Everyone should do the same.

If forced to do it for real, I'd bury the message even deeper and more subtly, but you bet your sweet ass it would be in there, somewhere.  This was just a quickie off the top of my head.

/Let me know if you need help figuring it out.
 
2013-08-22 01:26:07 PM

dittybopper: I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.


It's easy. Don't do the sentences; you can do more time. Appeal that.
 
2013-08-22 01:27:19 PM

God Is My Co-Pirate: That's the second time I've heard Ypsilanti mentioned today on Fark.  If it happens a third time, I'm just going to start running.


Why? You're already there.
 
2013-08-22 01:34:18 PM

God Is My Co-Pirate: meat0918: Ah... Ypsi Township...  A part of Michigan time forgot... At least Frankenmuth Township has all that kitsch.

And no Ypsilanti thread is complete with out a picture of the water tower

[upload.wikimedia.org image 683x539]

That's the second time I've heard Ypsilanti mentioned today on Fark.  If it happens a third time, I'm just going to start running.


I have/had family there, actually down in Saline.  My late aunt was married to an Italian butcher/deli owner that had a family delicatessen there back in the 90s'. When I first me him, he was shocked that I'd never had provolone.
 
2013-08-22 01:37:37 PM

scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.


I'm not sure that that's true, but I will say this: anyone who doesn't like Cheerios has cast their lot in with the devil and will surely burn in the lake of fire. I know what people say "but Cheerios is so bland!" No, it's just not a mainline sugar injection like so many other crap cereals that taste so bad without coating every square nanometer with sweetener so you can't actually taste its flavor. If you wonder why all the kids these days are acting like they have ADHD its because they're pumped up to their eyeballs with sugar in the morning, who could sit still with that kind of sugar rush? Cheerios starts your day off right. Plus, Cheerios are good dry as a light snack, or with milk as part of breakfast, and is low calorie for those watching their weight. Plus, normal sugary cereals turn the milk into an unholy sugar slurry that is nigh undrinkable by the time you get to the end of your bowl, but Cheerios lets milk retain its flavor integrity. Cheerios is also good as a mixer with other things like raisins and nuts for a delicious GORP when you go hiking or on long car trips. Chex is okay for that too, because Chex mixes are delicious, but they get too soggy in milk too fast, and they break into sharp pieces that poke you in the gums. Now, I'm not saying that you can't enjoy other cereals every now and again. I like Fruity Pebbles, Cap'n Crunch, and Corn Pops as much as the next person, but for your go to morning cereal, Cheerios is a tried and true faithful cereal you can always turn to.

/287 words, so there.
 
2013-08-22 01:39:46 PM

AirForceVet: dittybopper: I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.

It's easy. Don't do the sentences; you can do more time. Appeal that.


Or, I could just do what I did above.
 
2013-08-22 01:40:56 PM

meat0918: I have/had family there, actually down in Saline.


I've got an uncle who lives over Ringers.
 
2013-08-22 01:42:40 PM

dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.


Dear Judge, we accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it was we did wrong. What we did *was* wrong. But we think you're crazy to make an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us... In the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions. But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain...
and an athlete...
...and a basket case...
...a princess...
...and a criminal...
... and a racist cracker...
Does that answer your question?... Sincerely yours, the Breakfast Club.
 
2013-08-22 01:46:39 PM
This is par for the course in that part of town, there's a reason it's referred to as Ypsitucky.
 
2013-08-22 01:48:22 PM

dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.


She didn't say it had to be pro-diversity.
 
2013-08-22 02:00:07 PM

scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.


Or arguing over "soda," cola," or "pop." Why they do or don't tip. Hipsters. Bicyclists. Circumcision. Caturday. Ass-bleaching. The Beatles being overrated. Israel. Gingers. The Simpsons post-2000. Breaking Bad. Tebow. Romo. The city of Detroit. Teabaggers. AR-15. Craft beer. Price of gas in your town no one has even heard of. Vegetarians/vegans. Ass-bleaching again.

...this is a long list so I'll stop before you mobile users lose a thumb in a scrolling accident.
 
2013-08-22 02:08:03 PM

dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: Technically he isn't "making" her write it. She could very easily refuse and get a few more days/weeks tacked onto her sentence.

Well, in that case, because the alternative is more jail time, that's perfectly OK then.  Because a coerced essay is really going to bring out the true feelings.  I might write something like this:

For society to work, understanding different people is vital.  Culture and race in this country have a long intertwined history in this country.  Knowing this, you must see that I now recognize that my actions were insensitive and hurtful.  Others may disagree that diversity is important, under some racist ideology like the one I formerly believed in, just as others have come to the realization of just how vital it really is.  Ugliness is the only true face of racism.  Diversity is something that is celebrated in America as the "Great American Melting Pot" every kid learns about in school.  As this incident has shown, sometimes it takes a serious misstep to know just how wrong a person can be.  Since then, having seen the error in my ways, of just how hateful my words and deeds were, let me state emphatically that going forward I shall endeavor to live by the immortal words of Martin Luther King.  Everyone should do the same.

If forced to do it for real, I'd bury the message even deeper and more subtly, but you bet your sweet ass it would be in there, somewhere.  This was just a quickie off the top of my head.

/Let me know if you need help figuring it out.


?elohssa egduj uoy ckuf
 
2013-08-22 02:09:47 PM

nmrsnr: 'm not sure that that's true, but I will say this: anyone who doesn't like Cheerios has cast their lot in with the devil


I'm glad I scrolled to see your post, because I was about to waste my time making a similarly epic cereal-related post that would have paled in comparison to yours.
 
2013-08-22 02:18:13 PM

show me: ?elohssa egduj uoy ckuf


Good job.
 
2013-08-22 02:18:53 PM

dittybopper: AirForceVet: dittybopper: I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.

It's easy. Don't do the sentences; you can do more time. Appeal that.

Or, I could just do what I did above.


Whatever floats your boat. Maybe the essay is part of the diversity class?
 
2013-08-22 03:04:36 PM
Glad to know racism can be solved in 250 words.
 
2013-08-22 03:15:47 PM
FTFA: Officers continued to investigate and learned Keaton and Starr had been using the same racial slur with the 23-year-old woman's 63-year-old father and also neighborhood children of Asian descent, Fox said.

You're doing it wrong.
 
2013-08-22 03:21:09 PM

Banned on the Run: FTFA: Officers continued to investigate and learned Keaton and Starr had been using the same racial slur with the 23-year-old woman's 63-year-old father and also neighborhood children of Asian descent, Fox said.

You're doing it wrong.


Maybe she called them "wogs".
 
2013-08-22 03:50:04 PM
200 to 250 words may be more than she has ever written or read for that matter.
 
2013-08-22 03:50:50 PM
www.annarbor.com

This has to be like staring in to a mirror for your average fark racist.

This is your avatar in the real world, dipshiats.
 
2013-08-22 03:50:53 PM

FloydA: dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.

I'd appeal that portion of the sentence.  How can a judge make you write something you don't agree with?  After all, even those convicted of crimes retain a robust First Amendment right.


Plus it's really not fair; she almost certainly doesn't know that many words.


Dr. Seuss wrote "Green Eggs and Ham" using only 50 words.  I'm sure they'll produce a masterpiece of children's literature.
 
2013-08-22 03:51:13 PM
I don;'t think you're gonna get an essay out of these people.
 
2013-08-22 03:51:35 PM

RexTalionis: [www.annarbor.com image 149x182]
[www.annarbor.com image 149x186]

Behold, the superior race.


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2013-08-22 03:51:47 PM
Starr had been using the same racial slur with the 23-year-old woman's 63-year-old father and also neighborhood children of Asian descent, Fox said.

A single word that covers both groups? Now I have got to find out that word.

/you two are the disgrace.
 
2013-08-22 03:52:17 PM

scottydoesntknow: 200-250 words?!

Shiat, most farkers write that much when defending their favorite cereal.


Yeah...but I'd argue that across the board, we write much more than most folks do.

The racists are getting bolder all the time. This isn't good.
 
2013-08-22 03:52:17 PM
I was told that Obama ended racism. Where is your Hope and Change now?
 
2013-08-22 03:53:05 PM
Almost forgot, came here to FTFS:

It use to be that racists knew enough to keep their racism to themselves online. Then there are these two
 
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