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TigerLunatik
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Jan 2005
47410 posts

re: KSU Players Boycott
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I truly believe in my heart that MOST people are good people that don't see color. I have many friends that are black, Hispanic, Asian, Indian (both American and actually from India) and probably some that I can't think of at the moment because I honestly don't look at color.

I think that one of the problems that people like you and I have is that it's difficult to imagine being any other way and we tend to surround ourselves with like minded individuals. I strongly disagree with anyone being judge solely on their race, sex, sexual preference, education, location, etc.. So, I have a hard time sometimes wrapping my head around racist allegations because I just don't understand the mentality.


GusAU
Auburn Fan
Member since Mar 2014
937 posts

re: KSU Players Boycott
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I think that one of the problems that people like you and I have is that it's difficult to imagine being any other way and we tend to surround ourselves with like minded individuals. I strongly disagree with anyone being judge solely on their race, sex, sexual preference, education, location, etc.. So, I have a hard time sometimes wrapping my head around racist allegations because I just don't understand the mentality.

Exactly.

My grandmother was murdered on August 12, 1989 by a 17 year old black boy (he was actually her lawn boy). He raped and killed her and then stole her car.

I grew up in south Alabama, but my parents taught us from day one that they would not allow any type of racist thoughts. When my Dad told me about her being murdered, I will admit (I was 26 at the time) that I started screaming "frick that MF n*****, etc... My Dad, who was crying (the first time I had ever heard him do so) immediately stopped me and said: "Son, a BAD person killed your grandmother, not a BLACK person. Do not make this about race". His response totally backed up everything he had ever preached to us. My respect for that man increased a 100 times plus. He was absolutely right.

FWIW, there were at least 15-20 black people at my Grandmother's funeral...all friends of my family. (One of which was Leon Lett..a really good friend and high school teammate of my brother).
This post was edited on 6/28 at 10:32 pm


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WonderWartHawg
Arkansas Fan
Member since Dec 2010
9164 posts

re: KSU Players Boycott
Hell no. Frick them sandy vag KSU players.
Bet 90% of them have said shite worse than that.
Shut your arse up and play football. Or go home.


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bigDgator
Florida Fan
Dallas, TX
Member since Oct 2008
22585 posts

re: KSU Players Boycott
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Not booting weaselly a-holes like this out of K-State is gonna lead to football players taking shite into their own hands, and when they do the results won't be pretty when you look at an Athlete in top physical condition that plays a "combat sport" at the P5 Level vs some chicken shit, pencil neck, keyboard warrior


I love this argument. I guess we should only let the people who are physically intimidating get their way. Women don't count once again. Only the left grasps at straws this way.

Don't call me a thug or I will beat you up.

You might be the dumbest a-hole who has ever posted here and that is a mighty low bar.


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