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(KTXS Abilene)   University student made a "deeply disappointing" video on TikTok. Unfortunately, that quote is mentioned but not attributed to anyone in the article, but at least we know what the video showed and what happened next   (ktxs.com) divider line
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6 days ago  
80 votes:
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6 days ago  
63 votes:
You know...  I'm glad I grew up when I did.  I have no obsessive complusion to share every thought I have with the world at large via social media.

This means 99.9% of the shiat I do goes entirely unnoticed by the world at large, and everyone is (unknowingly) happier for it.
 
6 days ago  
39 votes:
These idiots seem to think that people only care when it's a white cop that does the killing, but they'd be just as upset if it'd been a black cop that knelt on George Floyd's neck for nearly 9 minutes.  They just want the cops, regardless of color, to stop killing a disproportionate amount of black people.

Is it really that hard to understand, or is it just willful ignorance?
 
6 days ago  
35 votes:
Somehow I have a feeling that the white student who made the racist video has never paid attention to African-American media or any activism concerning street crime in majority black neighborhoods. Because there's historically been a lot of anti-crime and anti-violence activism, especially through local churches and mosques. And now gets to wonder why whitesplaining shiat she knows nothing about gets her in trouble.
 
6 days ago  
32 votes:
And there it is.
 
6 days ago  
30 votes:

MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?


I didn't realize that the US Government cracked down on her ass and expelled her.

Oh, wait, they didn't.  A *private institution* cracked down on her for embarassing them, while wearing their swag.

The First Ammendment is a wonderful aspect of the US Consitution, and it is wonderfully LIMITED in its scope.
 
6 days ago  
28 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....


Uhh... ok.

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6 days ago  
27 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....

Uhh... ok.

[Fark user image 365x750]

Foxnews actually reports on these during their programming...MSNBC & CNN do not.


Careful, those goalposts are heavy.
 
6 days ago  
26 votes:
How many folks are going to go on about the Secular Humanists ruining education before they realize that Hardin-Simmons is a private Baptist university?
 
6 days ago  
23 votes:

MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?

Did she say anything more offensive than "fark cops"?  Or "cops are murderers"?  Or "white people - if you're not with us (the demonstrators) you are murderers"?  People are walking the streets of our major cities chanting these things every day.

People need to understand two things:

1.  Most "racists" don't dislike others due to their color, but due to their culture - and they usually misunderstand that, as well.  True racists are really ignorant people who have very little influence on the world beyond the doors of their rented mobile homes.  At the same time, we must understand that discussing crime statistics is not racism.  To point out the dozens of shootings that occur in Chicago alone each weekend is not racism.  To point out that more unarmed white people are killed by police each year is not racism.  To point out that 90% of interracial crimes involving black and white people are black on white and only 10% white on black is not racism.  It may simply be people saying "We have a unique opportunity here.  Let's examine the whole truth that may lead us to a solution."

2.  People are sick of the hypocrisy of and lies.  When a demonstrator grabs a megaphone and screams "All cops are farking murdering bastards", they lose me immediately.  I totally discount their march, their movement, their pain, their frustration, and their struggle.  When I watched hundreds of teenagers looting stores, only to have some minister complain about the outside agitators who came into town to loot and destroy, it has the same effect on me.  When people ignore the real numbers behind crime and police brutality to support their arguments, I can't take them seriously.



You obviously don't understand the First Amendment.
 
6 days ago  
22 votes:
https://www.usnews.com/news/best-state​s/missouri/articles/2020-02-25/st-loui​s-march-protests-violence-after-6-year​-olds-death

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles​/​2015/8/17/dc-baltimore-300-men-shootin​gs-anti-violence-group-march.html

Time to put this racist "talking point" out to pasture yet?

Just because Fox News doesn't report on these doesn't mean they don't happen.
 
6 days ago  
22 votes:
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Right-hand-side is the face she makes as she's complaining about how those people are allowed to use the N-word all they want but she can't.
 
6 days ago  
21 votes:
The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?

Did she say anything more offensive than "fark cops"?  Or "cops are murderers"?  Or "white people - if you're not with us (the demonstrators) you are murderers"?  People are walking the streets of our major cities chanting these things every day.

People need to understand two things:

1.  Most "racists" don't dislike others due to their color, but due to their culture - and they usually misunderstand that, as well.  True racists are really ignorant people who have very little influence on the world beyond the doors of their rented mobile homes.  At the same time, we must understand that discussing crime statistics is not racism.  To point out the dozens of shootings that occur in Chicago alone each weekend is not racism.  To point out that more unarmed white people are killed by police each year is not racism.  To point out that 90% of interracial crimes involving black and white people are black on white and only 10% white on black is not racism.  It may simply be people saying "We have a unique opportunity here.  Let's examine the whole truth that may lead us to a solution."

2.  People are sick of the hypocrisy of and lies.  When a demonstrator grabs a megaphone and screams "All cops are farking murdering bastards", they lose me immediately.  I totally discount their march, their movement, their pain, their frustration, and their struggle.  When I watched hundreds of teenagers looting stores, only to have some minister complain about the outside agitators who came into town to loot and destroy, it has the same effect on me.  When people ignore the real numbers behind crime and police brutality to support their arguments, I can't take them seriously.
 
6 days ago  
21 votes:

big pig peaches: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

She has a point. Do you hear anyone complaining about Chicago? Baltimore? Where are the marches for peace for those neighborhoods where people are slaughtered every weekend? Just this past weekend in Chicago an infant was shot and died as well as a 10 yr old eating ice cream. No outrage over these actions.

The marches for peace always seem to end in gunfire. Which lead to funerals, that end in gunfire. Which lead to marches to stop the violence that end in gunfire.

Cycle occasionally interrupted by a  kid's birthday party or a baby shower that end in gunfire.


All thanks to decades of systemic racism and bigotry designed to marginalize and oppress the minority communities, denying them freedom, education, economic opportunity, or even the potential to have actual, stable home lives and the kind of upbringing that is likely to result in some other outcome than violence.

Amazingly enough, when programs like treatviolence.org go into these neighborhoods and teach people a better way, the violence drops radically.

And yet, those programs just keep on getting ignored by the mainstream because it highlights just how society's own bigotry made the problem in the first place. Can't have that now, can we?
 
6 days ago  
21 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

She has a point. Do you hear anyone complaining about Chicago? Baltimore? Where are the marches for peace for those neighborhoods where people are slaughtered every weekend? Just this past weekend in Chicago an infant was shot and died as well as a 10 yr old eating ice cream. No outrage over these actions.


Better to Remain Silent and Be Thought a Fool than to Speak and Remove All Doubt

https://blockclubchicago.org/2020/06/​2​4/chicagoans-do-protest-gun-violence-a​nd-organize-for-safer-neighborhoods-al​l-the-time-heres-how/
 
6 days ago  
20 votes:

MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?


The University expressed their first amendment rights and refused to be associated with her (especially since she was a dumbass wearing a university shirt and unknowingly was "representing" the university). You would think someone who is savvy in social media would have realized that.
 
6 days ago  
19 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....

Uhh... ok.

[Fark user image 365x750]

Foxnews actually reports on these during their programming...MSNBC & CNN do not.


You do know this link contained a video clip that showed CNN airing the story on their newscast right?

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.​c​om/cnn/2020/06/22/us/chicago-violence-​fathers-day-weekend/index.html

You're just embarrassing yourself at the point.
 
6 days ago  
18 votes:

ifky: What the hell did I just watch?


The resume of someone who hasn't realized her destiny is to now marry a beer bellied sanitation worker and become the best looking house wife in the trailer park.
 
6 days ago  
17 votes:

MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?

Did she say anything more offensive than "fark cops"?  Or "cops are murderers"?  Or "white people - if you're not with us (the demonstrators) you are murderers"?  People are walking the streets of our major cities chanting these things every day.

People need to understand two things:

1.  Most "racists" don't dislike others due to their color, but due to their culture - and they usually misunderstand that, as well.  True racists are really ignorant people who have very little influence on the world beyond the doors of their rented mobile homes.  At the same time, we must understand that discussing crime statistics is not racism.  To point out the dozens of shootings that occur in Chicago alone each weekend is not racism.  To point out that more unarmed white people are killed by police each year is not racism.  To point out that 90% of interracial crimes involving black and white people are black on white and only 10% white on black is not racism.  It may simply be people saying "We have a unique opportunity here.  Let's examine the whole truth that may lead us to a solution."

2.  People are sick of the hypocrisy of and lies.  When a demonstrator grabs a megaphone and screams "All cops are farking murdering bastards", they lose me immediately.  I totally discount their march, their movement, their pain, their frustration, and their struggle.  When I watched hundreds of teenagers looting stores, only to have some minister complain about the outside agitators who came into town to loot and destroy, it has the same effect on me.  When people ignore the real numbers behind crime and police brutality to support their arguments, I can't take them seriously.


Democrats & Liberals believe in 'Freedom of Speech'...as long as it doesn't disagree with them.
 
6 days ago  
17 votes:
Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.
 
6 days ago  
16 votes:

MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?


I think I missed something in the article.  When did Congress pass a law abridging her right to post this video to Tiktok?
 
6 days ago  
15 votes:

Prank Call of Cthulhu: [ktxs.com image 850x477]

Right-hand-side is the face she makes as she's complaining about how those people are allowed to use the N-word all they want but she can't.


She's also blatantly and deliberately misrepresenting the issue. It's not "when a white person kills a black person", you tomato, it's the part where Black people are being murdered by law enforcement with no accountability.
 
6 days ago  
15 votes:

BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.


FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.
 
6 days ago  
15 votes:

Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.


She has a point. Do you hear anyone complaining about Chicago? Baltimore? Where are the marches for peace for those neighborhoods where people are slaughtered every weekend? Just this past weekend in Chicago an infant was shot and died as well as a 10 yr old eating ice cream. No outrage over these actions.
 
6 days ago  
15 votes:
White fragility, out proud & representin'.
 
6 days ago  
13 votes:
It's always interesting what threads summon the fragile white racists.
 
6 days ago  
13 votes:

Chuck87: This video is not "deeply disappointing".  I'm not sure why this is considered offensive.


It doesn't matter why you're not sure why its offensive. The university did and her wearing university apparel gave them the perfect excuse to expel her.
 
6 days ago  
13 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

She has a point. Do you hear anyone complaining about Chicago? Baltimore? Where are the marches for peace for those neighborhoods where people are slaughtered every weekend? Just this past weekend in Chicago an infant was shot and died as well as a 10 yr old eating ice cream. No outrage over these actions.


The marches for peace always seem to end in gunfire. Which lead to funerals, that end in gunfire. Which lead to marches to stop the violence that end in gunfire.

Cycle occasionally interrupted by a  kid's birthday party or a baby shower that end in gunfire.
 
6 days ago  
13 votes:
It is deeply disappointing how unfunny and untalented people are, and we have tiktok to thank for millions of hours of proof.
 
6 days ago  
12 votes:

Chuck87: This video is not "deeply disappointing".  I'm not sure why this is considered offensive.


Ask your "black friend."
 
6 days ago  
12 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....

Uhh... ok.

[Fark user image 365x750]

Foxnews actually reports on these during their programming...MSNBC & CNN do not.


Maybe ask yourself why Fox News likes covering black on black crime so much, rather than why other cable networks don't see it as particularly newsworthy.
 
6 days ago  
12 votes:
Forgot to include this earlier which shows MSNBC's coverage of the violence in Chicago including video clips of them talking about it on their programming.

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6 days ago  
12 votes:
MerelyFoolish:

An entire page of how you're the real victim in all this, and why can't people just be civil.  How quaint.
 
6 days ago  
11 votes:

Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?


Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.
 
6 days ago  
11 votes:

MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?

Did she say anything more offensive than "fark cops"?  Or "cops are murderers"?  Or "white people - if you're not with us (the demonstrators) you are murderers"?  People are walking the streets of our major cities chanting these things every day.

People need to understand two things:

1.  Most "racists" don't dislike others due to their color, but due to their culture - and they usually misunderstand that, as well.  True racists are really ignorant people who have very little influence on the world beyond the doors of their rented mobile homes.  At the same time, we must understand that discussing crime statistics is not racism.  To point out the dozens of shootings that occur in Chicago alone each weekend is not racism.  To point out that more unarmed white people are killed by police each year is not racism.  To point out that 90% of interracial crimes involving black and white people are black on white and only 10% white on black is not racism.  It may simply be people saying "We have a unique opportunity here.  Let's examine the whole truth that may lead us to a solution."

2.  People are sick of the hypocrisy of and lies.  When a demonstrator grabs a megaphone and screams "All cops are farking murdering bastards", they lose me immediately.  I totally discount their march, their movement, their pain, their frustration, and their struggle.  When I watched hundreds of teenagers looting stores, only to have some minister complain about the outside agitators who came into town to loot and destroy, it has the same effect on me.  When people ignore the real numbers behind crime and police brutality to support their arguments, I can't take them seriously.


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6 days ago  
10 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: GrogSmash:

That doesn't mean it isn't just as important or just as outrage worthy.  And please don't pretend black on black violence generates the same amt of outrage as a cop shooting, it doesn't.


Part of the problem is that the police keep getting away with it just by virtue of being police. You can only "investigate yourself and find no wrongdoing" so many times.
 
6 days ago  
10 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)


It's discussed ad nauseum outside of racist echo chambers. There's also the issue that most crimes are committed by family and close friends, which upsets the gun-loving types. Lastly, this subject tends to be brought up regularly by racists trying to deflect from someone who clearly said something racist.
 
6 days ago  
10 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

She has a point. Do you hear anyone complaining about Chicago? Baltimore? Where are the marches for peace for those neighborhoods where people are slaughtered every weekend? Just this past weekend in Chicago an infant was shot and died as well as a 10 yr old eating ice cream. No outrage over these actions.


If you've ever been to any of these cities, you'll see protests against gang and firearms related violence frequently. They happen in Chicago all the time.

Nobody cares however until people start burning down police precincts.
 
6 days ago  
10 votes:

Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.


I don't think she has a point, I just wish that we used situations like this more as teaching opportunities where she and other people could come together to talk about why she thought that was funny or correct. Instead, they just booted her out of school and now she's pretty much blacklisted (no pun intended) for life in general, although part of that is her own fault since she put her face out there in the first place.

But that kind of thing just pushes people who have screwed up ideas like that even further towards that end of the spectrum and makes everything more polarized. Granted, some of those people are beyond saving, but I think we should at least make the effort to try and make her and everyone else learn the right lesson here rather than, "behave how we want, or else". Threats doesn't create a lasting peace.

This also just gives ammunition to the, "colleges are just liberal indoctrination centers" crowd.
 
6 days ago  
10 votes:

Neondistraction: These idiots seem to think that people only care when it's a white cop that does the killing, but they'd be just as upset if it'd been a black cop that knelt on George Floyd's neck for nearly 9 minutes.  They just want the cops, regardless of color, to stop killing a disproportionate amount of black people.

Is it really that hard to understand, or is it just willful ignorance?


willful ignorance.
 
6 days ago  
9 votes:
Denying someone an education isn't going to eliminate racism. She should have been required to spend some time in a minority community or talking to people from there to get some perspective.
 
6 days ago  
9 votes:
"...than to open your mouth and remove all doubt."
 
6 days ago  
9 votes:

macadamnut: Why is she wearing clothes?


Let alone the shirt of the university she went to.

That left the door wide open to expel her. Guess she didn't get her money's worth at that school to do something stupid like that on top of something even more stupid.
 
Al! [TotalFark]
6 days ago  
8 votes:

Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?


They didn't take away her 1st amendment rights. She can post that video again.  She can make a new video lambasting the university.  She can wear blackface and perform a 1 person play she wrote where the main character does nothing but take drugs and rape white women.  Just as she has a right to do those things, the university has a right to not allow her to enroll in their private classes.  The first amendment, since you clearly haven't read it in a while:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

I put the key part in bold, so you can see it more easily.  No one took away her rights; she exercised hers, and they exercised theirs.  You don't have a constitutional right to attend a private university, just as the university is not bound by the constitution to keep anyone who enrolls regardless of behavior.
 
6 days ago  
8 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: UltimaCS: GrizzlyPouch: Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)

It's discussed ad nauseum outside of racist echo chambers. There's also the issue that most crimes are committed by family and close friends, which upsets the gun-loving types. Lastly, this subject tends to be brought up regularly by racists trying to deflect from someone who clearly said something racist.

Oh ok.  I guess I missed the national news stories and public protests about it.

You guys can deflect or deny all you want.   The simple fact is black people killing other black people is a huge problem, far worse than cops killing blacks.

Murder is far more frequent amongst blacks percentage wise than in any other race or than interracial homicides.

Any time somebody points this fact out, that person's statement should be promoted....not silenced.  (Even if they don't have good intentions with the statement)

Somebody has to get serious about blacks killing other blacks and call attention to it.


So let me guess, you're in favor of greater government spending on urban education and infrastructure, expanding Medicaid, perhaps a federal subsidy for home purchases in low income areas, raising the minimum wage, and all of the other things that could help reduce crime and poverty?
 
6 days ago  
8 votes:

Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol


Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...
 
6 days ago  
8 votes:

God-is-a-Taco: hubiestubert: macadamnut: Why is she wearing clothes?

...because she hadn't been kicked out of her Baptist university yet, and you got to give her time to get back home and realize that she has no real skills, and for her girlfriends to tell her about the money she could make at the Kit Kat Klub.

Strippers need time to grow, develop, and in her case...I suspect she has a few more Daddy issues to stew upon before taking that final step towards a crippling crystal meth addiction and living out a Whiskey Meyers ballad...

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/L_XtUXOM​DSA]

It's not misogynist because I view her as my enemy after a stupid tiktok video from a dumb college kid.


Let's be honest. Being a stripper is far more honorable than being a racist.
 
6 days ago  
8 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

She has a point. Do you hear anyone complaining about Chicago? Baltimore? Where are the marches for peace for those neighborhoods where people are slaughtered every weekend? Just this past weekend in Chicago an infant was shot and died as well as a 10 yr old eating ice cream. No outrage over these actions.


Black Communities largely see this type of violence as a byproduct of a system that offers them poorer schools, healthcare and over all infrastructure, the violent police forces are just the icing on top of an assault from all sides cake.  Police forces are also the most direct and observable of forces arrayed against them so obviously that's going to be the one that gets the most attention.  I have heard the fix yourself first (to be more like white culture is the implication) but without the resources of white culture, it's really not a reasonable expectation.
 
6 days ago  
7 votes:

Steakzilla: GrogSmash: GrizzlyPouch: UltimaCS: GrizzlyPouch: Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)

It's discussed ad nauseum outside of racist echo chambers. There's also the issue that most crimes are committed by family and close friends, which upsets the gun-loving types. Lastly, this subject tends to be brought up regularly by racists trying to deflect from someone who clearly said something racist.

Oh ok.  I guess I missed the national news stories and public protests about it.

You guys can deflect or deny all you want.   The simple fact is black people killing other black people is a huge problem, far worse than cops killing blacks.

Murder is far more frequent amongst blacks percentage wise than in any other race or than interracial homicides.

Any time somebody points this fact out, that person's statement should be promoted....not silenced.  (Even if they don't have good intentions with the statement)

Somebody has to get serious about blacks killing other blacks and call attention to it.

Nope, never been discussed in the last 40 years, ad naseum.  Nor have the socio-economic factors, and what it would take to fix it.

But, that said, person A killing person B, usually in a close circle of friends/family/associates is a considerably different issue from a person in legal authority, weilding leathal weapons, killing unarmed civilians for the crime of being the wrong colour in the wrong place, even if a crime is involved.

Solving poverty among blacks people might fix both....  naw, fark the police!


Apples.  Dragon-fruit.

That is the comparison you just made.

You know why big things don't get fixed?  Because lots of people talk big about fixing it all in one go, with no real solutions.  Big problems, in systems that you can't stop and rebuild from scratch, require iterative progress.  Otherwise known as 'start small, fix one thing'...  in this case, maybe stopping cops from killing unarmed civilions because they are the wrong colour.
 
6 days ago  
7 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)


Late to the party dude. Another Farker already used this tired and disproven trope.

Try to come up with something original for once.
 
6 days ago  
7 votes:

FarkQued: Mrtraveler01: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-state​s/missouri/articles/2020-02-25/st-loui​s-march-protests-violence-after-6-year​-olds-death

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/​2015/8/17/dc-baltimore-300-men-shootin​gs-anti-violence-group-march.html

Time to put this racist "talking point" out to pasture yet?

Just because Fox News doesn't report on these doesn't mean they don't happen.

When CNN, MSNBC, ABC, BBC, Wash Post, LA Time, and other major liberal media start presenting this as the issue that is responsible for a majority of black deaths, then maybe your point makes sense.

One hand pull in a nascar garage gets 120 hours of coverage, but one 3 year old black son shot dead in violence gets 30 minutes.

Time for heads to be removed from assholes, and get woke to reality.


*glances at profile and Farkies*
Yep, I'm sure your big issue with the media is that the 10-year old black girl didn't get enough coverage. And you sure wouldn't biatch and moan about little white kid deaths being ignored if that was the case. No siree bob.
 
6 days ago  
7 votes:

El_Dan: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....

Uhh... ok.

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Foxnews actually reports on these during their programming...MSNBC & CNN do not.

Maybe ask yourself why Fox News likes covering black on black crime so much, rather than why other cable networks don't see it as particularly newsworthy.


Like I've shown, CNN and MSNBC actually do cover the violence in Chicago. I guess he's upset those stories don't have ominous music playing in the background like they are on Fox News?
 
6 days ago  
7 votes:

iamskibibitz: [Fark user image image 335x297]


Being in a Brazzers video would have actually been more respectable than what she actually did.
 
6 days ago  
7 votes:

1derful: Denying someone an education isn't going to eliminate racism. She should have been required to spend some time in a minority community or talking to people from there to get some perspective.


Those communities have suffered enough.  Don't inflict her on them.
 
6 days ago  
7 votes:

Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.


They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.
 
6 days ago  
7 votes:
Why is she wearing clothes?
 
6 days ago  
6 votes:
Man there sure are some vocal snowflakes who are just sooooo mad that a private Baptist university would kick someone out for violating a code of conduct that she'd agreed to when she was accepted. And there are the snowflakes who are soooooo mad that they just can't say some words without people thinking them racist jackasses. You have the ability to say them, but there might be some societal pressures that indicate that just isn't done in polite company, since some folks went and ruined it with all that systemic discrimination, violence, and those pesky lynchings.

I suppose this is a safer space for them than going out and just and shouting some things at random black folks to see what the reaction would be. While you're at it, maybe you should try some random epithets for the Irish in Boston, or maybe go to certain neighborhoods in New York to bandy about your favorite terms for Italians or maybe some Jews, and see how far that gets you, you know to prove your point about the reverse racism. It would totes be worth the broken jaw and cracked ribs, right? THAT would show those Libs!

Or you can natter on here, and keep trying to polish the argument that you're TOTALLY going to use next time you meet a random Lib in the street or at a Town Council meeting.

Y'all motherf*ckers got some very weird fantasy fixations. Just saying. Some people dream about impressing the ladies by being schmoove and witty. Have any of y'all thought about maybe going to see someone about these anger issues? Just a thought. No pressure. But this ain't normal is all we're saying...
 
6 days ago  
6 votes:

Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

They didn't take away her 1st amendment rights. She can post that video again.  She can make a new video lambasting the university.  She can wear blackface and perform a 1 person play she wrote where the main character does nothing but take drugs and rape white women.  Just as she has a right to do those things, the university has a right to not allow her to enroll in their private classes.  The first amendment, since you clearly haven't read it in a while:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

I put the key part in bold, so you can see it more easily.  No one took away her rights; she exercised hers, and they exercised theirs.  You don't have a constitutional right to attend a private university, just as the university is not bound by the constitution to keep anyone who enrolls regardless of behavior.

I understand the point you make.  But what's the difference between limiting someone's free speech and limiting someone's freedom when they join a cult?  Would you really support Scientology holding people against their will if they wanted to leave?  Why is one right ok to sign away and the other not?


Dude, she made a racist video while wearing university apparel. She was "representing" the university by virtue of wearing that shirt and the university decided that she did not represent that university's values. If she hadn't of worn that shirt, the university would have had less of a justification to expel her. She signed her own death sentence. 

It really isn't anything more than that.
 
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6 days ago  
6 votes:

Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.


It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.
 
6 days ago  
6 votes:

Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol


Dropped your name tag.

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6 days ago  
6 votes:
Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)
 
6 days ago  
6 votes:

Mrtraveler01: El_Dan: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....

Uhh... ok.

[Fark user image 365x750]

Foxnews actually reports on these during their programming...MSNBC & CNN do not.

Maybe ask yourself why Fox News likes covering black on black crime so much, rather than why other cable networks don't see it as particularly newsworthy.

Like I've shown, CNN and MSNBC actually do cover the violence in Chicago. I guess he's upset those stories don't have ominous music playing in the background like they are on Fox News?


I don't disagree that they also cover it, but probably not with the same relish, depth, and dog whistles that Fox News and conservative media in general do. I think the bigger question is, what makes random crime particularly newsworthy? Fox viewers get off on it because it confirms their worldviews, but that aside, covering yet another shooting doesn't signify anything beyond that crime and poverty still exist, and there's no reason for a national cable network to be broadcasting stories that would otherwise be limited to local news.
 
6 days ago  
6 votes:
Typical right-wing spoiled asshole.
 
6 days ago  
6 votes:

Mrtraveler01: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....

Uhh... ok.

[Fark user image 365x750]


Oh, don't you go dragging facts into this!
 
6 days ago  
5 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: UltimaCS: GrizzlyPouch: Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)

It's discussed ad nauseum outside of racist echo chambers. There's also the issue that most crimes are committed by family and close friends, which upsets the gun-loving types. Lastly, this subject tends to be brought up regularly by racists trying to deflect from someone who clearly said something racist.

Oh ok.  I guess I missed the national news stories and public protests about it.

You guys can deflect or deny all you want.   The simple fact is black people killing other black people is a huge problem, far worse than cops killing blacks.

Murder is far more frequent amongst blacks percentage wise than in any other race or than interracial homicides.

Any time somebody points this fact out, that person's statement should be promoted....not silenced.  (Even if they don't have good intentions with the statement)

Somebody has to get serious about blacks killing other blacks and call attention to it.


Nope, never been discussed in the last 40 years, ad naseum.  Nor have the socio-economic factors, and what it would take to fix it.

But, that said, person A killing person B, usually in a close circle of friends/family/associates is a considerably different issue from a person in legal authority, weilding leathal weapons, killing unarmed civilians for the crime of being the wrong colour in the wrong place, even if a crime is involved.
 
6 days ago  
5 votes:

Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.


Most schools have code of conduct that both students and employees are expected to follow.  Failure to do so results in discipline.

Embarassing the school, wearing school swag, in what can be viewed as a somewhat racist, or very poorly judged (at best) video online with social media would violate most of those.

If she didn't bother to read it, or assumed that it didn't apply to her...  too bad snowflake?  You aren't as special as you thought?
 
6 days ago  
5 votes:
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6 days ago  
5 votes:
So, when does she get her own show on Fox News?
 
6 days ago  
5 votes:

Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.


https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-ma​n​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at​-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-w​e​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dr​i​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

Chuck87: To say that it's okay for black people to say certain words but not okay for white people is racist.


Sure, Klan. Don't you have some crosses you need to go light up?
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

Steakzilla: GrogSmash: Steakzilla: GrogSmash: Steakzilla: ManifestDestiny: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.

So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.  How does she have freedom of speech? How did you feel about the NFL btw?

She knew the rules, she violated them.  What part of that statement isn't sinking in.  It still applies even if she didn't bother to read said rules.

To use your level of obtusely ignoring reality, that's like saying "I didn't know it was illegal to stab someone.  Why am I being punished?"

Sorry man, I don't think any private organization should be able to control you at home.  If you don't agree with me it's cool but that doesn't mean I'm being obtuse, it just means we don't agree.

I suggest you make a racist video, wearing all the swag you have frommwork, and make it obvious you work for them.

Let's see just how quickly you discover that you are also working under a code f conduct that you didn't know about.

You are generally free to do what you want.  But if you make your employer, or your educator look bad, they have the rght to not associate with *you*.  And that means termination.

That is what you are not getting.  The school is the injured party, not her.

Forgive me for being uninterested in testing this.  Also, understand the difference between reality and what I wish reality was.


As has been commented on, her freedom of speech remains.  Her school just wants nothing to do with her.  There is a significant difference.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

Steakzilla: GrogSmash: Steakzilla: ManifestDestiny: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.

So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.  How does she have freedom of speech? How did you feel about the NFL btw?

She knew the rules, she violated them.  What part of that statement isn't sinking in.  It still applies even if she didn't bother to read said rules.

To use your level of obtusely ignoring reality, that's like saying "I didn't know it was illegal to stab someone.  Why am I being punished?"

Sorry man, I don't think any private organization should be able to control you at home.  If you don't agree with me it's cool but that doesn't mean I'm being obtuse, it just means we don't agree.


I suggest you make a racist video, wearing all the swag you have frommwork, and make it obvious you work for them.

Let's see just how quickly you discover that you are also working under a code f conduct that you didn't know about.

You are generally free to do what you want.  But if you make your employer, or your educator look bad, they have the rght to not associate with *you*.  And that means termination.

That is what you are not getting.  The school is the injured party, not her.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

Steakzilla: ManifestDestiny: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.

So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.  How does she have freedom of speech? How did you feel about the NFL btw?


I feel that the NFL should probably get those goalposts back from you.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: Oh ok.  I guess I missed the national news stories and public protests about it.


At least you're honest enough to admit your ignorance.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)


65 years since the Civil Rights laws, and Blacks still have what percentage of decent jobs? Or can drive, or walk, or jog down the street without being hassled?

It *is* racism.

How about white-on-white violence with guns?

THAT'S MY FREEDUMBS!!!!!
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

Mrtraveler01: bigdanc: I have heard the fix yourself first (to be more like white culture is the implication)

I've heard that same fix. But they're never able to explain what "white culture" fully entails.


bad dancing and flavorless food?

Joking aside, they mean the protestant work ethic and personal responsibility.  How community is focused on is also different - it's basically just an undercover way to call black people lazy and selfish as far as i can tell.  There's this delusion that black communities are suffering because of the lack of black virtue and community empathy, but the opioid epidemic similarly shattering white communities along with increased incarceration and academic under performance among white males is showing us that white culture is no more immune to these societal  pressures than black culture.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

Neondistraction: These idiots seem to think that people only care when it's a white cop that does the killing, but they'd be just as upset if it'd been a black cop that knelt on George Floyd's neck for nearly 9 minutes.  They just want the cops, regardless of color, to stop killing a disproportionate amount of black people.

Is it really that hard to understand, or is it just willful ignorance?


So why doesn't anybody seem to care that black people kill a disproportionate amount of black people?

Why is it "racist" if somebody points this out?
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:
It didn't take long for all the racist subreddits to get closed before we got flooded by rats.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

GrogSmash: You know...  I'm glad I grew up when I did.  I have no obsessive complusion to share every thought I have with the world at large via social media.

This means 99.9% of the shiat I do goes entirely unnoticed by the world at large, and everyone is (unknowingly) happier for it.


The first rule of internet hate club is don't do anything to draw the ire of the internet hate club. The second rule of internet hate club is the punishment is always disproportionate to the original crime.

Even if you think you are on the right side of history, acting in an unthinking manner oncecan absolutely ruin your life for years to come.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

FarkQued: other major liberal media


HAHAHAHAHA
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

FarkQued: When CNN, MSNBC, ABC, BBC, Wash Post, LA Time, and other major liberal media start presenting this as the issue that is responsible for a majority of black deaths, then maybe your point makes sense.


So basically they're not covering it in a way you can use to excuse the deaths of people like George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery?
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

Neondistraction: These idiots seem to think that people only care when it's a white cop that does the killing, but they'd be just as upset if it'd been a black cop that knelt on George Floyd's neck for nearly 9 minutes.  They just want the cops, regardless of color, to stop killing a disproportionate amount of black people.

Is it really that hard to understand, or is it just willful ignorance?


They see the bad interactions with cops as an extension of the fault in black culture that causes so much black on black crime which means that the way to fix cop on black crime is to fix the violence inherent in black culture.

/because you asked, I don't agree with the logic
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:
Why is she no longer enrolled?  Seriously, did she get kicked out or did she decide not to come back?  At any rate, this video should not have got her kicked out of the school if that is what happened.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

hubiestubert: How many folks are going to go on about the Secular Humanists ruining education before they realize that Hardin-Simmons is a private Baptist university?


Literally none.  Also, the University has condemned the video as being against Christian values and disciplined (looks like they kicked her out) the student.
 
6 days ago  
4 votes:

UltimaCS: [Fark user image 425x357]


Amazing how many topics this attitude applies to.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Chuck87: Prank Call of Cthulhu: [ktxs.com image 850x477]

Right-hand-side is the face she makes as she's complaining about how those people are allowed to use the N-word all they want but she can't.

To say that it's okay for black people to say certain words but not okay for white people is racist.  Unbiased and non-racist people know this.  Either it's wrong for all or it's okay for all, but don't say you're not racist if you believe in this double standard.


What?

I can call my girl friend Babe.
I can't call my boss Babe.
This isn't complicated.
You're so disingenuous.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)


Actually, maybe that is a stupid premise.

I'm Hispanic and have lived in the hood all my life. So according to some people I should fear the gang members in my neighborhood. So why do I fear the police more? Because I know how to avoid gang members. There is no avoiding the police. I've had cops do break neck uTurns to check me out. And I wasn't doing anything. And the thing is, if I'd had a gun I would have shot and killed that cop. Because I have no idea why he did that extremely fast aggressive U turn. Hell to be honest I'd probably shoot anyone doing a u-turn on me like that not just a cop. But, if a criminal did a u-turn on me like that I'd know why and I would have already avoided something like that happening in the first place like driving a Cadillac at 3 in the morning in the hood.  Or having upset him in the past.
See a dirty little secret no one talks about is, a lot of murder in the hood is street justice or over a girl or over family. So, since that is the case, people don't worry about it. It's just life. being killed by the cops for almost no reason while unarmed should not be a part of life.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

She has a point. Do you hear anyone complaining about Chicago? Baltimore? Where are the marches for peace for those neighborhoods where people are slaughtered every weekend? Just this past weekend in Chicago an infant was shot and died as well as a 10 yr old eating ice cream. No outrage over these actions.


Did the government kill that child? No? Then these incidents have nothing to do with each other. Police murdering people and non-police murdering people are two different kinds of problems with two different kinds of solutions. But you knew that already. You just wanted to drop in and yell, "What about black on black crime!?" as if you just came up with something intelligent and novel.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Steakzilla: ManifestDestiny: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.

So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.  How does she have freedom of speech? How did you feel about the NFL btw?


She knew the rules, she violated them.  What part of that statement isn't sinking in.  It still applies even if she didn't bother to read said rules.

To use your level of obtusely ignoring reality, that's like saying "I didn't know it was illegal to stab someone.  Why am I being punished?"
 
Al! [TotalFark]
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Steakzilla: ManifestDestiny: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.

So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.  How does she have freedom of speech? How did you feel about the NFL btw?


Private organizations have the right to conduct themselves as they see fit within the bounds of the law.  If I was working at the Buffalo News and published a video talking about how bad the Buffalo News sucked and how evil my bosses were, they'd be well within their rights to fire me.  I exercise my rights, they exercise theirs.  Her freedom of speech is why she isn't going to jail over the situation, because it is illegal to make it illegal to make videos like that.  You seem to think that a private organization has to eternally keep all enrollees no matter what they may do, but that isn't how it works at all.  They have rules (in this case Christian values), and she violated those rules.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Steakzilla: So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.


Farking Codes of Conduct...
 
Al! [TotalFark]
6 days ago  
3 votes:
Steakzilla: I understand the point you make.  But what's the difference between limiting someone's free speech and limiting someone's freedom when they join a cult?  Would you really support Scientology holding people against their will if they wanted to leave?  Why is one right ok to sign away and the other not?

Wait.  Is she a (former) Scientologist being held against her will?  Or is the university holding her against her will by booting her?  Or is she a Scientologist holding others against their will?  I'm confused.  Kidnapping is a crime, and no part of our constitution should ever be misconstrued as granting a private citizen the right to infringe upon the rights of another private citizen.  No rights were infringed upon as far as I can tell with the matter at hand... she made a video that the university didn't like, and in order to keep their private club they way they like it, they kicked her out.  That's all, and none of that is infringing on any rights.  I'm not sure where Scientology comes in to the conversation.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

They didn't take away her 1st amendment rights. She can post that video again.  She can make a new video lambasting the university.  She can wear blackface and perform a 1 person play she wrote where the main character does nothing but take drugs and rape white women.  Just as she has a right to do those things, the university has a right to not allow her to enroll in their private classes.  The first amendment, since you clearly haven't read it in a while:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

I put the key part in bold, so you can see it more easily.  No one took away her rights; she exercised hers, and they exercised theirs.  You don't have a constitutional right to attend a private university, just as the university is not bound by the constitution to keep anyone who enrolls regardless of behavior.

I understand the point you make.  But what's the difference between limiting someone's free speech and limiting someone's freedom when they join a cult?  Would you really support Scientology holding people against their will if they wanted to leave?  Why is one right ok to sign away and the other not?


Not one is limiting her free speech.  She is free to post whatever the fark she wants, unless it is specifically illegal, where ever she likes.

It is the right of any private business (by which I mean not government controlled) to decide they want nothing to do with her shiat.

As for your bs about signing away your freedoms when joining a cult... what are you on?  That *IS* illegal.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Neondistraction: These idiots seem to think that people only care when it's a white cop that does the killing, but they'd be just as upset if it'd been a black cop that knelt on George Floyd's neck for nearly 9 minutes.  They just want the cops, regardless of color, to stop killing a disproportionate amount of black people.

Is it really that hard to understand, or is it just willful ignorance?


The moment it went from being about police brutality to being about race is when it doomed itself. I've said from the get-go that cops don't kill young black men because they are black but because they believe that they lack the class status to have their killers held accountable. Plenty of homeless white people get brutalized by cops of all colors for the same reason.

Source: Former white heroin addict who ran the streets of the ATL for years.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

UltimaCS: GrizzlyPouch: Black people:  Our problems don't get enough attention, ppl don't care about us

Anybody of any race:  how about the problem of black ppl committing violence on other blacks, let's address that

Black people:  racism!!!


You can pretend that ppl pointing out black on black violence is a problem is "racist" and then refuse to acknowledge it and guess what:   It'll never change

Or you could address the problem and do something about it (that's what anybody who actually cares about black people would do)

It's discussed ad nauseum outside of racist echo chambers. There's also the issue that most crimes are committed by family and close friends, which upsets the gun-loving types. Lastly, this subject tends to be brought up regularly by racists trying to deflect from someone who clearly said something racist.


Oh ok.  I guess I missed the national news stories and public protests about it.

You guys can deflect or deny all you want.   The simple fact is black people killing other black people is a huge problem, far worse than cops killing blacks.

Murder is far more frequent amongst blacks percentage wise than in any other race or than interracial homicides.

Any time somebody points this fact out, that person's statement should be promoted....not silenced.  (Even if they don't have good intentions with the statement)

Somebody has to get serious about blacks killing other blacks and call attention to it.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Steakzilla: LowbrowDeluxe: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Dropped your name tag.

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That was a super good retort.  You proved me wrong


You manage that all on your own, champ.  I was just making fun of you.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Mrtraveler01: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-stat​e​s/missouri/articles/2020-02-25/st-loui​s-march-protests-violence-after-6-year​-olds-death

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/​2015/8/17/dc-baltimore-300-men-shootin​gs-anti-violence-group-march.html

Time to put this racist "talking point" out to pasture yet?

Just because Fox News doesn't report on these doesn't mean they don't happen.


When CNN, MSNBC, ABC, BBC, Wash Post, LA Time, and other major liberal media start presenting this as the issue that is responsible for a majority of black deaths, then maybe your point makes sense.

One hand pull in a nascar garage gets 120 hours of coverage, but one 3 year old black son shot dead in violence gets 30 minutes.

Time for heads to be removed from assholes, and get woke to reality.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Chuck87: Why is she no longer enrolled?  Seriously, did she get kicked out or did she decide not to come back?  At any rate, this video should not have got her kicked out of the school if that is what happened.


The story doesn't say. Being a private university (and still under FERPA) it has no business getting into specifics.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:
This video is not "deeply disappointing".  I'm not sure why this is considered offensive.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Neondistraction: Is it really that hard to understand, or is it just willful ignorance?


Willful ignorance. Not all the cops charged in Floyd's death are white.
 
6 days ago  
3 votes:

Boo_Guy: [i.imgur.com image 568x849]


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6 days ago  
3 votes:
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6 days ago  
2 votes:
A while ago Eric Holder was AG of the United States and he urged white Americans to engage in conversations about race. It seemed like a bad idea for the average white to do that then and it still seems like a bad idea today. As this naive young woman has discovered, race is the third rail. You as a white person will be unlikely to do or say much that will improve the situation, and involving yourself at all will place you in jeopardy. She had nothing much to gain, but a lot to lose. Before I was self employed, when the opportunity to have That talk came up on company time, I'd take a leave day. I always got along fairly well with my black supervisor and enjoyed the company of some black co-workers, but still felt like I was walking on egg shells. Words were selected carefully so as not to offend.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

waxbeans: GrizzlyPouch: GrogSmash:

That doesn't mean it isn't just as important or just as outrage worthy.  And please don't pretend black on black violence generates the same amt of outrage as a cop shooting, it doesn't.

Should it?
Two private citizens get into some kind of drama, one dies.

The police kill an unarmed suspect, already in their custody.

those two things are so different I'm not sure why you're bringing one up while talking about the other.


I'm pretty sure I know why one brings up random crime in response to people talking about police killings. It of course involves missing the point, probably intentionally.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?

Did she say anything more offensive than "fark cops"?  Or "cops are murderers"?  Or "white people - if you're not with us (the demonstrators) you are murderers"?  People are walking the streets of our major cities chanting these things every day.

People need to understand two things:

1.  Most "racists" don't dislike others due to their color, but due to their culture - and they usually misunderstand that, as well.  True racists are really ignorant people who have very little influence on the world beyond the doors of their rented mobile homes.  At the same time, we must understand that discussing crime statistics is not racism.  To point out the dozens of shootings that occur in Chicago alone each weekend is not racism.  To point out that more unarmed white people are killed by police each year is not racism.  To point out that 90% of interracial crimes involving black and white people are black on white and only 10% white on black is not racism.  It may simply be people saying "We have a unique opportunity here.  Let's examine the whole truth that may lead us to a solution."

2.  People are sick of the hypocrisy of and lies.  When a demonstrator grabs a megaphone and screams "All cops are farking murdering bastards", they lose me immediately.  I totally discount their march, their movement, their pain, their frustration, and their struggle.  When I watched hundreds of teenagers looting stores, only to have some minister complain about the outside agitators who came into town to loot and destroy, it has the same effect on me.  When people ignore the real numbers behind crime and police brutality to support their arguments, I can't take them seriously.


Please go read the first amendment and tell me how it applies to the response of a private university. It's not dead, it doesn't apply here.

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6 days ago  
2 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: Why is it "racist" if somebody points this out?


For the same reason it's messed up to ask why homeless people smoke and drink.
You change focus and ignore beer and cigarettes are not 700 in rent.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

BeotchPudding: MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?

Did she say anything more offensive than "fark cops"?  Or "cops are murderers"?  Or "white people - if you're not with us (the demonstrators) you are murderers"?  People are walking the streets of our major cities chanting these things every day.

People need to understand two things:

1.  Most "racists" don't dislike others due to their color, but due to their culture - and they usually misunderstand that, as well.  True racists are really ignorant people who have very little influence on the world beyond the doors of their rented mobile homes.  At the same time, we must understand that discussing crime statistics is not racism.  To point out the dozens of shootings that occur in Chicago alone each weekend is not racism.  To point out that more unarmed white people are killed by police each year is not racism.  To point out that 90% of interracial crimes involving black and white people are black on white and only 10% white on black is not racism.  It may simply be people saying "We have a unique opportunity here.  Let's examine the whole truth that may lead us to a solution."

2.  People are sick of the hypocrisy of and lies.  When a demonstrator grabs a megaphone and screams "All cops are farking murdering bastards", they lose me immediately.  I totally discount their march, their movement, their pain, their frustration, and their struggle.  When I watched hundreds of teenagers looting stores, only to have some minister complain about the outside agitators who came into town to loot and destroy, it has the same effect on me.  When people ignore the real numbers behind crime and police brutality to support their arguments, I can't take them seriously.

Democrats & Liberals believe in 'Freedom of Speech'...as long as it doesn't disagree with them.


Before you jumped in, the comment you responded to was the dumbest thing I read all day.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol


Isn't the school free to drop for like almost any reason, except illegal ones like sexism?
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

FarkQued: Mrtraveler01: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-state​s/missouri/articles/2020-02-25/st-loui​s-march-protests-violence-after-6-year​-olds-death

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/​2015/8/17/dc-baltimore-300-men-shootin​gs-anti-violence-group-march.html

Time to put this racist "talking point" out to pasture yet?

Just because Fox News doesn't report on these doesn't mean they don't happen.

When CNN, MSNBC, ABC, BBC, Wash Post, LA Time, and other major liberal media start presenting this as the issue that is responsible for a majority of black deaths, then maybe your point makes sense.

One hand pull in a nascar garage gets 120 hours of coverage, but one 3 year old black son shot dead in violence gets 30 minutes.

Time for heads to be removed from assholes, and get woke to reality.


So your premise is that news coverage is making people protest?
So why isn't news coverage making people wear mask? Wear condoms? Not default on their mortgage?
Why doesn't the over-reporting of police killings get cops to kill less?
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:
Freedom of speech is not freedom from consequences. Simple as that.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

Mrtraveler01: Forgot to include this earlier which shows MSNBC's coverage of the violence in Chicago including video clips of them talking about it on their programming.

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Most people don't understand that their news under their Google search bar is extremely tailored and targeted it.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

Chuck87: Why is she no longer enrolled?  Seriously, did she get kicked out or did she decide not to come back?  At any rate, this video should not have got her kicked out of the school if that is what happened.


Wait.
We let a church fire a gay woman. So, if people can fire/expel people for any reason, than, so be it.
WTF
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.

Farking Codes of Conduct...

Did she do it during class?  Why should the school be able to control someone outside of class?  It's a simple question that no one has provided a good answer for.  If you just disagree that's fine, we don't have to agree...


Usually there is something embedded in these that basically says that you represent the university (or company for that matter) even outside of class. By wearing the shirt, she was "representing" the university whether she realized that or not.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

GrogSmash: Steakzilla: ManifestDestiny: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.

So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.  How does she have freedom of speech? How did you feel about the NFL btw?

She knew the rules, she violated them.  What part of that statement isn't sinking in.  It still applies even if she didn't bother to read said rules.

To use your level of obtusely ignoring reality, that's like saying "I didn't know it was illegal to stab someone.  Why am I being punished?"


Sorry man, I don't think any private organization should be able to control you at home.  If you don't agree with me it's cool but that doesn't mean I'm being obtuse, it just means we don't agree.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

GrizzlyPouch: GrogSmash:

That doesn't mean it isn't just as important or just as outrage worthy.  And please don't pretend black on black violence generates the same amt of outrage as a cop shooting, it doesn't.


Any you seem to be resorting to the argument 'You cant fix this if you dont fix that'.

If you bother to read anything I write, I never say one isn't important.

My argument is that *maybe* this is a place to start working on things?  It won't fix everything, but it would help.  Then we can work on the "Let's fix everything in one go, and make the world a utopia" plan.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:
I'm convinced this one is just a troll.  This has been just an entire clownshoes cavalcade of every possible talking point from freeze peach to 'you have to tolerate intolerance or your a hippo-crate'.  I mean, I've thought that for a while, but it's being really by the numbers about it in this thread.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.


More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

Somacandra: Chuck87: This video is not "deeply disappointing".  I'm not sure why this is considered offensive.

Ask your "black friend."


His black friend Rukus doesn't see what she did wrong either.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

UNC_Samurai: It's always interesting what threads summon the fragile white racists.


And I find it ammusing how some people have apparently never looked at themselves in a mirror.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

MBooda: whitroth:

You lean back, and have your *left* hand and arm on the windowsill and the *right* hand on the steering wheel.

Which is how I've been driving since the mid-seventies.

When I was a cab driver for a couple of years.

[Fark user image 850x477]


Correct.

Except when I was driving, we didn't have dividers between us and the ride.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:
Strikes me, not having watched her video, not EVER planning to go onto tiktok, that if a conservative private Sudden Badtaste college in Abiline, TX, kicked her out that fast, that's got to say something about just how *stupid* and ignorant she is.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:
GrogSmash:

This means 99.9% of the shiat I do goes entirely unnoticed by the world at large, and everyone is (unknowingly) happier for it.

That's Fark.in a nutshell.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:
The fark is Hardin-Simmons University?

(reads thread) Oh, a Baptist "university." LOL, OK, as you were.
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:

GrogSmash: You know...  I'm glad I grew up when I did.  I have no obsessive complusion to share every thought I have with the world at large via social media.

This means 99.9% of the shiat I do goes entirely unnoticed by the world at large, and everyone is (unknowingly) happier for it.


But the world will never know of your desire to pour hot melted caramel over a midget riding an iguana.  And we will be poorer for it...
 
6 days ago  
2 votes:
What the hell did I just watch?
 
5 days ago  
1 vote:
Wow, I finally watched the video.

11 edgy seconds.

Five years older, and it probably wouldn't even  have crossed her mind to post something like that.

Hopefully she can use this whole scenario for personal growth.
 
Al! [TotalFark]
6 days ago  
1 vote:

mrshowrules: FarkQued: Yes, police involved shooting and other negative police stories are dramatically over-reported based on the actual percentage of violence they represent in this circumstance, if news were prorated based on violence then less than 1% of a day would be a bad cop story and 23.6 hours would be drugs, gang, poverty, crime, and murder.

What number of unarmed people being killed by cops is an acceptable number based on the US' crime rate?


Zero.  Police are trained to handle difficult situations, and must be held to a higher standard than the population at large, because we trust them with weaponry and broad authority to use it.
 
Al! [TotalFark]
6 days ago  
1 vote:
NearCanuck:I guess we need to know the student code of conduct she agreed to.

According to their handbook, there are several rules she may have violated.

If she used HSU-provided internet to upload the video, she is violating the the code of conduct (Internet Access B 8. e.)
Under Policies, Judicial Policies, the university outlines their legal standing that they can expel any student whose actions negatively impact the campus community.  It also states plainly that their jurisdiction is defined as applying to "conduct that occurs on university premises, at university sponsored activities, and to off-campus conduct that adversely affects the university community and/or the pursuit of its objectives." It goes on to state that the code of conduct applies from the moment it is signed to the moment of graduation, and can even be applied to incidents that occur prior to signing if the Dean considers it valid.
Section 6. under Policies states that students can be reprimanded for any behavior that creates a disturbance or distress in others.
Section 9. under Policies explains that the university holds its students and faculty to a much higher standard than law requires, and that they base this on the Bible.
Section 26. under Policies again states that students and employees are expected to maintain these high standards on and off campus, during class, and during personal time.
Section 28. under Policies states, in part, "The student who enrolls at HSU should expect to become a part of the total campus environment. He/she should realize the uniqueness of the university in terms of its traditions, goals, policies and regulations. In becoming a part of the university, the student agrees to uphold these characteristics."

Reading through their handbook, it appears that there was likely an informal process to first deal with the situation, and if the student feels they've been handled improperly or unjustly, there is a formal process that follows.  I have no idea whether there was a formal hearing for her, but HSU is clearly within their rights to terminate her enrollment for no less than 2 years based on the code of conduct.  While I don't feel her post is outwardly racist, it is ignorant, and it definitely was intended to provoke a reaction of some sort, and it would be ridiculous to believe that no one was made uncomfortable or put in distress by the video, nor should any reasonable person believe that the video could not possibly adversely affect the community or the pursuit of HSU's objectives.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

FarkQued: Yes, police involved shooting and other negative police stories are dramatically over-reported based on the actual percentage of violence they represent in this circumstance, if news were prorated based on violence then less than 1% of a day would be a bad cop story and 23.6 hours would be drugs, gang, poverty, crime, and murder.


What number of unarmed people being killed by cops is an acceptable number based on the US' crime rate?
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

BeotchPudding: MerelyFoolish: The first amendment is dead.  What happened to disagreeing with what someone says, but appreciating their right to say it?

Did she say anything more offensive than "fark cops"?  Or "cops are murderers"?  Or "white people - if you're not with us (the demonstrators) you are murderers"?  People are walking the streets of our major cities chanting these things every day.

People need to understand two things:

1.  Most "racists" don't dislike others due to their color, but due to their culture - and they usually misunderstand that, as well.  True racists are really ignorant people who have very little influence on the world beyond the doors of their rented mobile homes.  At the same time, we must understand that discussing crime statistics is not racism.  To point out the dozens of shootings that occur in Chicago alone each weekend is not racism.  To point out that more unarmed white people are killed by police each year is not racism.  To point out that 90% of interracial crimes involving black and white people are black on white and only 10% white on black is not racism.  It may simply be people saying "We have a unique opportunity here.  Let's examine the whole truth that may lead us to a solution."

2.  People are sick of the hypocrisy of and lies.  When a demonstrator grabs a megaphone and screams "All cops are farking murdering bastards", they lose me immediately.  I totally discount their march, their movement, their pain, their frustration, and their struggle.  When I watched hundreds of teenagers looting stores, only to have some minister complain about the outside agitators who came into town to loot and destroy, it has the same effect on me.  When people ignore the real numbers behind crime and police brutality to support their arguments, I can't take them seriously.

Democrats & Liberals believe in 'Freedom of Speech'...as long as it doesn't disagree with them.


Maybe you should go take that constituting class with Donnie since neither of you understand it. Please tell me where in the 1st amendment, any private company or citizen has to agree or appreciate or support any bullshiat you decide to spout out?
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
Where are the conservatives arguing that her first amendment rights were violated?
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....


Why the fark would a national news channel report on the local crime beat in Chicago? Oh yeah, that's right! It's because these stories feed in to the Fox News narrative that black people are animals and Obama's hometown is a hellscape.  And before you say shiat, BeotchPudding (love the name, by the way) If you can ALSO bring up even an equal number of white on white crime stories from anywhere in the country - and they totally farking exist - then maybe these aren't politically motivated. I am confident you can't. Fox news is racist as fark and your example proves it.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Prank Call of Cthulhu: [ktxs.com image 850x477]

Right-hand-side is the face she makes as she's complaining about how those people are allowed to use the N-word all they want but she can't.


She's awful and all that, but did you see her wrists?  She could give a world class fisting.  It's not all downhill after she gets the thumb in.  You're in for a wild ride until she gets to the elbow.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Steakzilla: GrogSmash: Steakzilla: GrogSmash: Steakzilla: ManifestDestiny: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.

So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.  How does she have freedom of speech? How did you feel about the NFL btw?

She knew the rules, she violated them.  What part of that statement isn't sinking in.  It still applies even if she didn't bother to read said rules.

To use your level of obtusely ignoring reality, that's like saying "I didn't know it was illegal to stab someone.  Why am I being punished?"

Sorry man, I don't think any private organization should be able to control you at home.  If you don't agree with me it's cool but that doesn't mean I'm being obtuse, it just means we don't agree.

I suggest you make a racist video, wearing all the swag you have frommwork, and make it obvious you work for them.

Let's see just how quickly you discover that you are also working under a code f conduct that you didn't know about.

You are generally free to do what you want.  But if you make your employer, or your educator look bad, they have the rght to not associate with *you*.  And that means termination.

That is what you are not getting.  The school is the injured party, not her.

Forgive me for being uninterested in testing this.  Also, understand the difference between reality and what I wish reality was.


And I wish drugs and prostitution or legal
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Steakzilla: GrogSmash: Steakzilla: ManifestDestiny: Steakzilla: Al!: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Because she was stupid enough to wear a shirt with the university's name on it while making that video for starters...

That seems like a dumb reason to censor someone.  Maybe they should make you sign an agreement before selling the shirt.  That way only true believers get to exercise their first amendment rights while wearing the shirt.

It's a private university.  If she was expelled, I'm sure they have explicit rules that she violated.  If she left voluntarily, you have even less ground to stand on.

If she left voluntarily then that's on her.  Otherwise I don't think private institutions should be able to take away you first amendment rights outside of the institution... If you disagree with me that's fine.  I'm guessing you also supported the NFL over the whole kneeling thing right?

Nobody took her rights away. She's fully free to post on tiktok all she likes...just not while being affiliated with that school. Freedom of speech doesn't include freedom from consequences.

So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.  How does she have freedom of speech? How did you feel about the NFL btw?

She knew the rules, she violated them.  What part of that statement isn't sinking in.  It still applies even if she didn't bother to read said rules.

To use your level of obtusely ignoring reality, that's like saying "I didn't know it was illegal to stab someone.  Why am I being punished?"

Sorry man, I don't think any private organization should be able to control you at home.  If you don't agree with me it's cool but that doesn't mean I'm being obtuse, it just means we don't agree.


But you are acting like this hasn't been the case for at least the last 30 years
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

waxbeans: FarkQued: Mrtraveler01: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-state​s/missouri/articles/2020-02-25/st-loui​s-march-protests-violence-after-6-year​-olds-death

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/​2015/8/17/dc-baltimore-300-men-shootin​gs-anti-violence-group-march.html

Time to put this racist "talking point" out to pasture yet?

Just because Fox News doesn't report on these doesn't mean they don't happen.

When CNN, MSNBC, ABC, BBC, Wash Post, LA Time, and other major liberal media start presenting this as the issue that is responsible for a majority of black deaths, then maybe your point makes sense.

One hand pull in a nascar garage gets 120 hours of coverage, but one 3 year old black son shot dead in violence gets 30 minutes.

Time for heads to be removed from assholes, and get woke to reality.

So your premise is that news coverage is making people protest?
So why isn't news coverage making people wear mask? Wear condoms? Not default on their mortgage?
Why doesn't the over-reporting of police killings get cops to kill less?


Smells pretty bad up there huh, see some peanuts or a gerbil?  If you can hear, you could be neck deep in that wcho xhamber of yours?

Yes, police involved shooting and other negative police stories are dramatically over-reported based on the actual percentage of violence they represent in this circumstance, if news were prorated based on violence then less than 1% of a day would be a bad cop story and 23.6 hours would be drugs, gang, poverty, crime, and murder.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Taoist Jedi: macadamnut: Why is she wearing clothes?

Do you really want to see her nekkid?


Yes please
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

GrizzlyPouch: GrogSmash:

That doesn't mean it isn't just as important or just as outrage worthy.  And please don't pretend black on black violence generates the same amt of outrage as a cop shooting, it doesn't.


Should it?
Two private citizens get into some kind of drama, one dies.

The police kill an unarmed suspect, already in their custody.

those two things are so different I'm not sure why you're bringing one up while talking about the other.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Steakzilla: .

Solving poverty among blacks people might fix both....  naw, fark the police!


But the thing is, I'm sure you think only the community can fix that. And it isn't the tax payers responsibility.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

kkinnison: Mrtraveler01: Forgot to include this earlier which shows MSNBC's coverage of the violence in Chicago including video clips of them talking about it on their programming.

[Fark user image 365x750]

dude, you got 91 tabs... you need to stop


I won't lie, I admit I need to learn how to manage my tabs better.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Chuck87: This video is not "deeply disappointing".  I'm not sure why this is considered offensive.


No, of course you wouldn't.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Mrtraveler01: Forgot to include this earlier which shows MSNBC's coverage of the violence in Chicago including video clips of them talking about it on their programming.

[Fark user image 365x750]


dude, you got 91 tabs... you need to stop
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

waxbeans: Steakzilla: Mrtraveler01: Wanted to get in here before the "Farkers with alternative opinions" start telling us that she has a point.

More like who gives a fark if she has a point.  Why did she get kicked outta school for this?  Lol

Isn't the school free to drop for like almost any reason, except illegal ones like sexism?


I would argue that after hours and off campus you should be able to say anything you like.  Reality is of course different than this as many people have pointed out.  We also don't even know why she's not enrolled anymore so there really wasn't anything to argue about in the first place.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
Todays high schoolers and collage kids... ok.. not sure which generation they are now... are all about getting likes, followers and maybe going viral.  They have no concept of what is or isn't acceptable anymore
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Mrtraveler01: Steakzilla: So this woman is paying money to go to the university and is then told to only say things the school seems appropriate even when outside of class or risk expulsion.

Farking Codes of Conduct...


Did she do it during class?  Why should the school be able to control someone outside of class?  It's a simple question that no one has provided a good answer for.  If you just disagree that's fine, we don't have to agree...
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
The only reason the University authorities should be upset is because she is wearing the University's shirt.  Other than that, I don't see any other problem with it.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
When I hear that a female college student got kicked out of a religious university for making an inappropriate video, dull racism is not the content I anticipated.

Color me deeply disappointed.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Kit Fister: Mrtraveler01: God-is-a-Taco: hubiestubert: macadamnut: Why is she wearing clothes?

...because she hadn't been kicked out of her Baptist university yet, and you got to give her time to get back home and realize that she has no real skills, and for her girlfriends to tell her about the money she could make at the Kit Kat Klub.

Strippers need time to grow, develop, and in her case...I suspect she has a few more Daddy issues to stew upon before taking that final step towards a crippling crystal meth addiction and living out a Whiskey Meyers ballad...

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/L_XtUXOM​DSA]

It's not misogynist because I view her as my enemy after a stupid tiktok video from a dumb college kid.

Let's be honest. Being a stripper is far more honorable than being a racist.

She needs either some serious plastic surgery, or a few sammiches a day before she could make it as a decent stripper.


Need a decent full body shot before I could make judgement about that...  what I see, I wouldn't toss out of bed.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Mrtraveler01: Forgot to include this earlier which shows MSNBC's coverage of the violence in Chicago including video clips of them talking about it on their programming.

[Fark user image 365x750]


Yea but they didn't make a very special two hour prime time episode about it so it doesn't count because reasons.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
whitroth:

You lean back, and have your *left* hand and arm on the windowsill and the *right* hand on the steering wheel.

Which is how I've been driving since the mid-seventies.

When I was a cab driver for a couple of years.


Fark user imageView Full Size
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Boo_Guy: [i.imgur.com image 568x849]


That's completely wrong... unless you're in the UK.

You lean back, and have your *left* hand and arm on the windowsill and the *right* hand on the steering wheel.

Which is how I've been driving since the mid-seventies.

When I was a cab driver for a couple of years.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

macadamnut: Why is she wearing clothes?


...because she hadn't been kicked out of her Baptist university yet, and you got to give her time to get back home and realize that she has no real skills, and for her girlfriends to tell her about the money she could make at the Kit Kat Klub.

Strippers need time to grow, develop, and in her case...I suspect she has a few more Daddy issues to stew upon before taking that final step towards a crippling crystal meth addiction and living out a Whiskey Meyers ballad...

Whiskey Myers - Broken Windows Serenade
Youtube L_XtUXOMDSA
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Mrtraveler01: BeotchPudding: Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-man​-killed-2-teens-asked-how-tall-he-repo​rt

https://www.foxnews.com/us/16-dead-at-​least-30-injured-in-second-straight-we​ekend-of-violence-in-chicago

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicagos-we​ekend-shootings-kill-1-year-old-boy-10​-year-old-girl

https://www.foxnews.com/us/chicago-dri​ve-by-shooting-kills-20-month-old-chil​d-when-is-this-going-to-stop

Show me where on MSNBC, CNN actually reports on these....

Uhh... ok.

[Fark user image 365x750]


Foxnews actually reports on these during their programming...MSNBC & CNN do not.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
If they'd let her stick around for Journalism 101, she'd have gotten to learn the concept of newsworthiness, and why cops killing black people tends to get more coverage than random crime. Alas, she'll never get that opportunity, and probably, hopefully be featured on Fark again.

/she could also probably benefit from some acting and videography classes
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
I lived in Abilene '79 - '82 while attending one of the 3 religious universities located in that town (pop ~98k when I was there). It had only gone "wet" a year or so before, otherwise you had to drive across the city border (To Beeline Tx) to buy beer. You had to be a member of one of the clubs that served alcohol in order to get in....there's so much more..... It was a word timeline
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

Mrtraveler01: Kit Fister: BeotchPudding: No outrage in the media over these actions.

FTFY. I guarantee you that if you asked the people in the community there, there'd be plenty.

They're poor minorities in "bad neighborhoods". Therefore, no one listens because they don't give a shiat for exactly the unspoken attitude you demonstrated.

They do report on it in the local media. I know because I live near St. Louis.

The Fox News watching crowd just refuses to recognize it because it gives them an excuse for them to hand wave cases like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.


Key word is "local media".  You get past the local crowd, though, it's all the same tripe and jack shiat in the way of coverage.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:

doomjesse: GrogSmash: You know...  I'm glad I grew up when I did.  I have no obsessive complusion to share every thought I have with the world at large via social media.

This means 99.9% of the shiat I do goes entirely unnoticed by the world at large, and everyone is (unknowingly) happier for it.

But the world will never know of your desire to pour hot melted caramel over a midget riding an iguana.  And we will be poorer for it...


Never been a fan of reptiles.

Still remember going to vacation to the Dominican.  Hot night, left the door open on the balcony.  Woke up to a 2 foot iguana leaning down over my damned face.

That got my ass out of bed damned quick, hangover be damned.
 
6 days ago  
1 vote:
So what's her Fark handle?
 
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