Skip to content
 
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(NBC News)   Sometimes, the Obvious tag is all you'll ever need   (nbcnews.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Police, White people, Black people, police officers, body camera footage, Black community members, recent American Psychological Association study, Race  
•       •       •

4200 clicks; posted to Politics » on 30 Jul 2021 at 2:35 PM (12 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



65 Comments     (+0 »)
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | » | Newest | Show all

 
2021-07-30 12:11:49 PM  
Drive like this
media-amazon.comView Full Size

Don't drive like this
Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 2:09:27 PM  
Yeah. We said systemic. Did we stutter?
 
2021-07-30 2:37:42 PM  
I would wager that between 60 and 80% of the cops that called them "bro" were black
 
2021-07-30 2:38:10 PM  

zepillin: I would wager that between 60 and 80% of the cops that called them "bro" were black


We know you would
 
2021-07-30 2:39:55 PM  

zepillin: I would wager that between 60 and 80% of the cops that called them "bro" were black


Black cops can be racist too.  News, at 11.
 
2021-07-30 2:40:48 PM  
Really?

Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 2:41:00 PM  
Just fishing for that Contempt of Cop violation to provide the excuse to escalate the response and pile on other charges. You'd be amazed (but not shocked, surely) at how many charges can be brought for a single action.
 
2021-07-30 2:41:26 PM  

LL316: zepillin: I would wager that between 60 and 80% of the cops that called them "bro" were black

Black cops can be racist too.  News, at 11.


Fark user imageView Full Size


(Rip Bernie mac)
 
2021-07-30 2:41:29 PM  
benandsiyablogshit.files.wordpress.comView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 2:42:31 PM  

LL316: zepillin: I would wager that between 60 and 80% of the cops that called them "bro" were black

Black cops can be racist too.  News, at 11.


Black cops might be black, but they CHOSE to be cops.  Something people need to remember.
 
2021-07-30 2:43:32 PM  
I would wager that 60 to 80% of the cops that called them "dude" were California coastal
 
2021-07-30 2:44:19 PM  
Without a hint of self awareness the farkers from the seatbelt thread that want to give police more effectively subjective reasons to pull black people over are going to pretend they are concerned about this.
 
2021-07-30 2:44:52 PM  
i.ytimg.comView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 2:46:47 PM  
portside.orgView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 2:48:19 PM  
I've noticed that many White males use the ", man" at the end of their sentences when talking to Black males. It seems to be a verbal tic that comes out to sound cool or down.
 
2021-07-30 2:48:40 PM  
The point of "obvious" studies like these isn't to reiterate what most of us already know, it's to provide irrefutable evidence for the people who continue to stick their heads in the sand.
 
2021-07-30 2:48:48 PM  
FTFASoon after he parked, the officers pulled their guns and began shouting commands. Nazario responded with, "What's going on?"
"What's going on? You're fixin' to ride the lightning, son," Officer Joe Gutierrez said...


Asshole pig should be pistol-whipped and fired just for saying something this goddamn stupid.
 
2021-07-30 2:49:52 PM  
Abolish the police.

We cannot be OK with this.
 
2021-07-30 2:50:08 PM  

LL316: Black cops can be racist too.  News, at 11.


NWA covered that in the 1990s, Richard Pryor covered it in the 1970s.
 
2021-07-30 2:50:12 PM  
This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.
 
2021-07-30 2:51:59 PM  
SO GLAD to hear "respect" is now a quantifiable scientific benchmark.
 
2021-07-30 2:53:07 PM  
Yeah, wow, breaking news from NBC.  Literally every American, black or white, knows this.

How about an article on how to tty to fix it?
 
2021-07-30 2:54:13 PM  

Barricaded Gunman: LL316: Black cops can be racist too.  News, at 11.

NWA covered that in the 1990s, Richard Pryor covered it in the 1970s.


Am I the only one who saw Boyz en Da Hood.

guardianlv.comView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 2:56:55 PM  

Gyrfalcon: This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.


You have hit some trigger words for me.  Mom, black male companion, and passenger seat.

Go on....

Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 2:57:13 PM  

The_Forensicator: SO GLAD to hear "respect" is now a quantifiable scientific benchmark.


Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 2:58:25 PM  
Maybe we're due for a "No Shait Sherlock" tag.
 
2021-07-30 2:59:35 PM  

dennysgod: Maybe we're due for a "No Shait Sherlock" tag.


If only there was a three-letter national movement we could create to address this problem.
 
2021-07-30 2:59:46 PM  
Who knew that ignoring a report about white supremacists infiltrating police departments would have negative consequences?
 
2021-07-30 3:01:20 PM  

jethroe: dennysgod: Maybe we're due for a "No Shait Sherlock" tag.

If only there was a three-letter national movement we could create to address this problem.


Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 3:03:44 PM  

LL316: zepillin: I would wager that between 60 and 80% of the cops that called them "bro" were black

Black cops can be racist too.  News, at 11.


You better believe that the traditional Irish cop dates back from the day they could be counted on to keep the croppies down (where many of them protestant?  Don't think so).

/grew up in white flight
//while most cops kept it lily white, there were a few black cops that loved enforcing the *exact* speed limit
///all sorts of nasty racial reasons why that could be, but I bet the main reason was the county loved the money

/[bonus slashie] yes, this went as far as the old widow lady two doors down getting a speeding ticket coming down a very steep hill back from church on Sunday...
 
2021-07-30 3:04:48 PM  
during a traffic stop, 68% of black male drivers use the phrase " Don't shoot me , bro "
 
2021-07-30 3:12:41 PM  
I'm SHOCKED, shocked, that a black woman would be so disingenuous in her reporting on police bias. There was a .2 difference well below the 1.x Standard Deviation. With blacks it was 3.5 (the middle) and was considered neutral, NOT "disrespectful." With whites it was 3.7.  Of course she wont point this out instead she links to the study 99% of people cant understand. THEN she obviously resorts to pleas to emotion and other garbage. The crazy thing is "The (racist) Root" was actually more truthful regarding this study 2 weeks ago. There would probably be a bigger discrepancy between attractive people and ugly people and definitely between men and women.
 
2021-07-30 3:16:20 PM  

Gyrfalcon: This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.


Makes me wonder how white people would respond to cops if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by cops.

Makes me wonder.....
 
2021-07-30 3:17:36 PM  
Boy, that must have been a difficult study.  I had no idea that was even a thing until I read about this study.  Thank goodness that we've been infrommed.
 
2021-07-30 3:18:39 PM  
Roboticize the police.

dracos31: jethroe: dennysgod: Maybe we're due for a "No Shait Sherlock" tag.

If only there was a three-letter national movement we could create to address this problem.

[Fark user image 850x478]


media.timeout.comView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 3:28:39 PM  
Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 3:34:59 PM  

larunu: I'm SHOCKED, shocked, that a black woman would be so disingenuous in her reporting on police bias. There was a .2 difference well below the 1.x Standard Deviation. With blacks it was 3.5 (the middle) and was considered neutral, NOT "disrespectful." With whites it was 3.7.  Of course she wont point this out instead she links to the study 99% of people cant understand. THEN she obviously resorts to pleas to emotion and other garbage. The crazy thing is "The (racist) Root" was actually more truthful regarding this study 2 weeks ago. There would probably be a bigger discrepancy between attractive people and ugly people and definitely between men and women.


I will tell you a story that happened a few months ago.

I go to the local gas station to get a lotto and a four pack.  I am driving a brand new Mazda Cx5.  I happened to be wearing a Colombian team soccer jersey.  Which I do not often wear because it is tight but it is good to wash the car or do yard work in.

I am standing outside and my neighbor(a black guy rolls up on his racing bike) and his wearing the same jersey, I brought him one back a few years ago.  He is getting an energy drink.  We are literally one mile from where we live in the same condos.

There is a white guy with no shirt on panhandling while seated on the sidewalk drinking a 32 oz of beer. Which is illegal.

Cop pulls in and comes over to the black guy and the latino and asks if we are part of some movement cause we are wearing the same shirt.  We laugh say no, just we both happen to have the same shirt.

Then he asks if we are from around here and asks to see our ID's.  Meanwhile the white guy is yelling "search then, they look shady."

Cop sees our ID's tells us we are free to go but he has his eye on is.  But white guy who is loitering and drinking in public while harassing people.  Zilch.
 
2021-07-30 3:43:17 PM  

PickleBarrel: Gyrfalcon: This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.

Makes me wonder how white people would respond to cops if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by cops.

Makes me wonder.....


Makes me wonder how cops would respond to black people if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by black people.

Makes me wonder.....

It's crazy that blacks kill cops at about the same disproportionate rate as cops kill blacks. Cops should be more careful when a black person (13% of the population) is as likely to kill you as a white person (70% of the population.) I'll take a 1 in 70 chance of death over a 1 in 13 anyday.
 
2021-07-30 3:48:15 PM  

PickleBarrel: Gyrfalcon: This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.

Makes me wonder how white people would respond to cops if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by cops.

Makes me wonder.....


You don't have to wonder, because I can tell you.

White trash, who are treated only marginally better than blacks in the parts of the country where they exist, respond to cops in virtually the same way, and get just about the same treatment by the fine boys in blue. The difference is, when a white boy gets shot in the back after fighting with the cops, there's no national outcry and no call for pigs to stop shooting white meth dealers.

When I was working down in Pasco, our clients who'd been hassled by cops were split just about 50/50 between blacks and whites. All were poor.
 
2021-07-30 3:50:06 PM  
Knowing how to talk to people in Law Enforcement can alleviate far more issues than any tool on your belt ever could. Not every person you interact with is going to respond to the same type of conversation in the same way. The key is being able to approach each person in a way that conveys respect and let verbal and non-verbal clues from them tell you if you're making any kind of a connection.

There are any number of cultural and age-related differences in how we communicate as a society as well.


For instance, if I stop a speeder and it's a 75-year-old woman, I'll approach her with a "Good evening, ma'am..." If I stop a person for speeding and it's a 35-year-old guy on his way home from his construction job, I may start with something like "Hey, how are you this evening..." Approaching a group of teenagers who may be doing something like creating a nuisance or trespassing might start with "Hey what's up guys..." The key is not allowing anything to be a factor in whether you treat a person with respect or not.

Respect is a subjective measurement and you'll have wildly different views from people on what they feel is respectful or disrespectful.

The CEO with a multi-million dollar a year salary, the soccer parent, the person from the trailer park, the person from the inner city and the person from the suburbs may not all respond to the exact same type of conversation. Talking too casually to the CEO may seem disrespectful, talking too formally to the person from the trailer park may make that person think that you're trying to be better than them; etc.

Building a rapport with somebody is much easier when everyone is on the same page. If I've stopped to help a young man change a tire on the side of the road and we get to the point where we're able to converse and have a good rapport, you may hear a "hey buddy, mind handing me that jack" or something like that because the conversation and situation has taken you to that level of comfort.

If you're walking up to a car with a white man in it and saying "hello sir, i'm officer Smith" but you walk up to the car with the black man in it and say "what's up bro, i'm officer Smith." You're doing it way wrong.

Being a good communicator is essential to things like problem solving, de-escalation, compromise, etc. All of those things are absolutely essential to doing good police work. To do it you have to be able to change up how you talk, sometimes mid-conversation and be willing to accept that you may need to work at being better at it yourself.
 
2021-07-30 4:02:06 PM  

Joshudan: Drive like this
[media-amazon.com image 500x281]
Don't drive like this
[Fark user image image 259x194]


Exactly, most noticeable the white guy is driving an actual car.  Not sure what the darker skinned gentleman is doing.
 
2021-07-30 4:03:01 PM  

larunu: PickleBarrel: Gyrfalcon: This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.

Makes me wonder how white people would respond to cops if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by cops.

Makes me wonder.....

Makes me wonder how cops would respond to black people if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by black people.

Makes me wonder.....

It's crazy that blacks kill cops at about the same disproportionate rate as cops kill blacks. Cops should be more careful when a black person (13% of the population) is as likely to kill you as a white person (70% of the population.) I'll take a 1 in 70 chance of death over a 1 in 13 anyday.


Found the racist
 
2021-07-30 4:03:26 PM  

larunu: PickleBarrel: Gyrfalcon: This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.

Makes me wonder how white people would respond to cops if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by cops.

Makes me wonder.....

Makes me wonder how cops would respond to black people if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by black people.

Makes me wonder.....

It's crazy that blacks kill cops at about the same disproportionate rate as cops kill blacks. Cops should be more careful when a black person (13% of the population) is as likely to kill you as a white person (70% of the population.) I'll take a 1 in 70 chance of death over a 1 in 13 anyday.


Maybe the black people shooting at cops were just shooting back.
 
2021-07-30 4:03:41 PM  

theflatline: larunu: I'm SHOCKED, shocked, that a black woman would be so disingenuous in her reporting on police bias. There was a .2 difference well below the 1.x Standard Deviation. With blacks it was 3.5 (the middle) and was considered neutral, NOT "disrespectful." With whites it was 3.7.  Of course she wont point this out instead she links to the study 99% of people cant understand. THEN she obviously resorts to pleas to emotion and other garbage. The crazy thing is "The (racist) Root" was actually more truthful regarding this study 2 weeks ago. There would probably be a bigger discrepancy between attractive people and ugly people and definitely between men and women.

I will tell you a story that happened a few months ago.

I go to the local gas station to get a lotto and a four pack.  I am driving a brand new Mazda Cx5.  I happened to be wearing a Colombian team soccer jersey.  Which I do not often wear because it is tight but it is good to wash the car or do yard work in.

I am standing outside and my neighbor(a black guy rolls up on his racing bike) and his wearing the same jersey, I brought him one back a few years ago.  He is getting an energy drink.  We are literally one mile from where we live in the same condos.

There is a white guy with no shirt on panhandling while seated on the sidewalk drinking a 32 oz of beer. Which is illegal.

Cop pulls in and comes over to the black guy and the latino and asks if we are part of some movement cause we are wearing the same shirt.  We laugh say no, just we both happen to have the same shirt.

Then he asks if we are from around here and asks to see our ID's.  Meanwhile the white guy is yelling "search then, they look shady."

Cop sees our ID's tells us we are free to go but he has his eye on is.  But white guy who is loitering and drinking in public while harassing people.  Zilch.


Don't doubt it. But he definitely knows that white guy is a homeless bum. The two POC with nice crap wearing the same sports jersey are kind of an unknown.  Of course this is why we need to record cops more.
 
2021-07-30 4:04:41 PM  

Barricaded Gunman: FTFA: Soon after he parked, the officers pulled their guns and began shouting commands. Nazario responded with, "What's going on?"
"What's going on? You're fixin' to ride the lightning, son," Officer Joe Gutierrez said...

Asshole pig should be pistol-whipped and fired just for saying something this goddamn stupid.


Agreed, St Anger was a far superior album.
 
2021-07-30 4:07:03 PM  
Interestingly, the only time a cop pulling me over has ever walked up on the passenger side was when I was commuting with my Hispanic co-worker. I was driving of course.
 
2021-07-30 4:09:52 PM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: Knowing how to talk to people in Law Enforcement can alleviate far more issues than any tool on your belt ever could. Not every person you interact with is going to respond to the same type of conversation in the same way. The key is being able to approach each person in a way that conveys respect and let verbal and non-verbal clues from them tell you if you're making any kind of a connection.

There are any number of cultural and age-related differences in how we communicate as a society as well.


For instance, if I stop a speeder and it's a 75-year-old woman, I'll approach her with a "Good evening, ma'am..." If I stop a person for speeding and it's a 35-year-old guy on his way home from his construction job, I may start with something like "Hey, how are you this evening..." Approaching a group of teenagers who may be doing something like creating a nuisance or trespassing might start with "Hey what's up guys..." The key is not allowing anything to be a factor in whether you treat a person with respect or not.

Respect is a subjective measurement and you'll have wildly different views from people on what they feel is respectful or disrespectful.

The CEO with a multi-million dollar a year salary, the soccer parent, the person from the trailer park, the person from the inner city and the person from the suburbs may not all respond to the exact same type of conversation. Talking too casually to the CEO may seem disrespectful, talking too formally to the person from the trailer park may make that person think that you're trying to be better than them; etc.

Building a rapport with somebody is much easier when everyone is on the same page. If I've stopped to help a young man change a tire on the side of the road and we get to the point where we're able to converse and have a good rapport, you may hear a "hey buddy, mind handing me that jack" or something like that because the conversation and situation has taken you to that level of comfort.

If you're walking up to a ...


Generation_D: larunu: PickleBarrel: Gyrfalcon: This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.

Makes me wonder how white people would respond to cops if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by cops.

Makes me wonder.....

Makes me wonder how cops would respond to black people if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by black people.

Makes me wonder.....

It's crazy that blacks kill cops at about the same disproportionate rate as cops kill blacks. Cops should be more careful when a black person (13% of the population) is as likely to kill you as a white person (70% of the population.) I'll take a 1 in 70 chance of death over a 1 in 13 anyday.

Found the racist


She wrote the article. I'm sorry numbers are hard for you to understand and that facts bother you.
 
2021-07-30 4:14:13 PM  

larunu: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Knowing how to talk to people in Law Enforcement can alleviate far more issues than any tool on your belt ever could. Not every person you interact with is going to respond to the same type of conversation in the same way. The key is being able to approach each person in a way that conveys respect and let verbal and non-verbal clues from them tell you if you're making any kind of a connection.

There are any number of cultural and age-related differences in how we communicate as a society as well.


For instance, if I stop a speeder and it's a 75-year-old woman, I'll approach her with a "Good evening, ma'am..." If I stop a person for speeding and it's a 35-year-old guy on his way home from his construction job, I may start with something like "Hey, how are you this evening..." Approaching a group of teenagers who may be doing something like creating a nuisance or trespassing might start with "Hey what's up guys..." The key is not allowing anything to be a factor in whether you treat a person with respect or not.

Respect is a subjective measurement and you'll have wildly different views from people on what they feel is respectful or disrespectful.

The CEO with a multi-million dollar a year salary, the soccer parent, the person from the trailer park, the person from the inner city and the person from the suburbs may not all respond to the exact same type of conversation. Talking too casually to the CEO may seem disrespectful, talking too formally to the person from the trailer park may make that person think that you're trying to be better than them; etc.

Building a rapport with somebody is much easier when everyone is on the same page. If I've stopped to help a young man change a tire on the side of the road and we get to the point where we're able to converse and have a good rapport, you may hear a "hey buddy, mind handing me that jack" or something like that because the conversation and situation has taken you to that level of comfort.

If you're walking up to a ...

Generation_D: larunu: PickleBarrel: Gyrfalcon: This is true.

It is also true that some black people are more likely to be immediately confrontational when stopped by a cop ("What did I do?" vs "Good evening, officer") according to my mom who was often in the passenger seat when her black male companion was pulled over for driving aggressively as he was wont to do.

It is also also true that being confronted by an angry driver isn't an excuse for cops to go immediately into Rambo mode, no matter what the color of the driver may be.

There are people of all races who provoke cops, intentionally or unintentionally, but it's on the cops to not respond to that provocation no matter how irritating the provoker may be.

Makes me wonder how white people would respond to cops if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by cops.

Makes me wonder.....

Makes me wonder how cops would respond to black people if they were constantly harassed, disrespected, brutalized, and murdered by black people.

Makes me wonder.....

It's crazy that blacks kill cops at about the same disproportionate rate as cops kill blacks. Cops should be more careful when a black person (13% of the population) is as likely to kill you as a white person (70% of the population.) I'll take a 1 in 70 chance of death over a 1 in 13 anyday.

Found the racist

She wrote the article. I'm sorry numbers are hard for you to understand and that facts bother you.


How are the facts "bothering me?"
 
2021-07-30 4:15:45 PM  
memegenerator.netView Full Size
 
2021-07-30 4:19:49 PM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: Found the racist

She wrote the article. I'm sorry numbers are hard for you to understand and that facts bother you.

How are the facts "bothering me?"


Because you obviously call anyone that speaks truth you don't like a racist. You probably attack others with misogynist and homophobe all the time too. Sorry that data and numbers hurt your feefees.
 
Displayed 50 of 65 comments


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | » | Newest | Show all


View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking




On Twitter


  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.