AgentPothead: But Honey Boo Boo is a top ranked television show.
Bane of Broone: Sorry that being white is so difficult.
The Dog Ate My Homework: So...does this mean that authorities are going to remove the children of Westboro Baptist Church members? Because it's hard to imagine an example of someone teaching their kids more awful and reprehensible things than those people do.
flynn80: Why are words about human sexuality considered explict?
Mell of a Hess: please: I used to live in a very racially mixed and immigrant dominated neighborhood of Detroit. Whenever I would walk up to the corner store I'd pass a building with a stoop full of diaper wearing black toddlers who would always run inside screaming "white man! white man!" when I passed by. Then the mom would glare out the window. Good times./csbWhat's the exact difference between "racially mixed" and "very racially mixed"?
Cletus C.: Is there any concern at all about the repeated use of the N word?
BigNumber12: All cultures are equal.
Facetious_Speciest: Geez. I bet someone wishes they hadn't uploaded a video about now. It's all fun and games until CPS shows up.
Boojum2k: You're his alt, aren't you? Admit it.
pho75: So, why in your opinion is it "not the state's farking business" to take steps now to prevent having to pay possibly tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars to take care of things after this kid inevitably starts acting consistent with how he is being raised?
here to help: You'll notice the racists and Fark "libertarians" don't want this kid taken away. For the former it's because they have no interest in helping solve the problems in the black community because then they wouldn't have these types of incidents to point to feed their prejudices. For the latter it's because they want poors and criminals to stay exactly where they are in life and for them to continue the cycle so they can feel more smug about their own bootstrappiness.There is of course a crossover between these two mindsets.It's why they pumped the ghettos full of heroin to put down the Black Panthers movement. Can't have black people being all sober and intelligent. They might make something out of themselves. It is a frightening prospect because they think they black people will treat them exactly how they have been treated.At this point they are probably right. Should have just stopped being assholes to them after slavery ended or at the very least after the civil rights movement... but you just had to keep poking at them and f*cking with them. Now you've got a large segment of the population jaded, angry and not giving a f*ck.Well done, retards.
99.998er: I think he would bring joy to a "family values" couple. Imagine the chuckles they will have when he he says "Suck my n***a dick, cracker biatch" to his new adoptive mother."[2.bp.blogspot.com image 575x383]
Bane of Broone: Cletus C.: Is there any concern at all about the repeated use of the N word?No and you still can't say it, cracker. Sorry that being white is so difficult.
digitalrain: Barfmaker: Umm...is everyone a little prissy and prudish or is my moral/ethical compass totally broken?It just doesn't seem like much of a huge deal to me.I just don't see where teaching a 2 year old kid to say "suck my dick" (and that's the tamer stuff) is a good thing.
please: I used to live in a very racially mixed and immigrant dominated neighborhood of Detroit. Whenever I would walk up to the corner store I'd pass a building with a stoop full of diaper wearing black toddlers who would always run inside screaming "white man! white man!" when I passed by. Then the mom would glare out the window. Good times./csb
crab66: This is not a good enough reason to take a kid away from his parents. Sorry.
Prank Call of Cthulhu: When I was a kid, the family next door to my best friends had a little kid named "Kevvie" (presumably short for Kevin) who apparently knew only three words: "butthole" (pronounced "bu-ho"), "shut" (pronounced "suh"), and "up" (pronounced as it should be). He could string these into a sort of rudimentary imperative sentence: "Suh up, bu-ho!"Little Kevvie really liked that sentence, because as far as we could tell he'd just stand out in the back yard and yell that over and over and over until an adult dragged him back inside. We found it endlessly entertaining, and could never figure out at whom it was directed (a large vine-covered fence separating the yards): us? His parents? Siblings? Sometimes when he'd really get going, he'd draw out that last syllable: "Suh up, bu...hoooOOOOOOOOOO!" Always wondered what his home life was like that this was the thing he'd latched onto. The family moved and alas I never got to find out what happened to Little Kevvie.
Barfmaker: Umm...is everyone a little prissy and prudish or is my moral/ethical compass totally broken?It just doesn't seem like much of a huge deal to me.
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