Friday, October 15, 2010 5:38:12 PM
I wish everyone would just shut up and stop pointing fingers at everyone else. Why do most humans act immature and spread hate? It makes me feel so...so weary even though I'm only twenty two.
Saturday, September 4, 2010 3:39:45 AM
It's not going to change anything. AND, regardless of how well spoken his speech is, words change meaning over time. The "N-Word", used by blacks, is a cultural statement of defiance used by Chris Rock, Katt Williams,Richard Pryor(in his time), Eddie Murphy, Samuel L. Jackson, Etc. These people do not fit the traditional meaning of the word and all of them in their own ways have been revolutionaries in their culture.It has always been my opinion that words by themselves are powerless and should not be feared. These people managed to help "Kill" the power of a word that was given life for the purpose of discrimination. It`s always seemed to me that the white people who are angry that blacks get to use the "N-Word" are immature pussies scared of the specific details another culture has used to draw up its social boundaries. The black people who hate it used by their own people are forgetting that those counterculture revolutionaries using it have also done a
Friday, September 3, 2010 8:48:05 PM
I can't argue with the kid. I mean big words from a little guy but powerful nonetheless.
I also have to agree with Ben on this one. If we can`t stop separating ourselves then obviously there`s no point in dispelling one word.
I mean, let`s just say I started White Entertainment Television. I`d be labelled a racist because I`m excluding all others. I`m certain my friends who are of all walks of life wouldn`t appreciate it too much either.
The way I look at it, if it isn`t acceptable that I should use it based on my color, then it isn`t acceptable that anyone should use it.
Thursday, September 2, 2010 9:12:28 PM
Reminds me of Huey from The Boondocks. Except Huey uses the N-word. So I guess he's nothing like Huey.
There`s no reason to use the n-word at all, especially when there are so many better, yet, if they were directed at me, more offensive, terms: Jungle bunny, spear-chucker, darky, monkey... Hate me if you like, but these terms seem worse (given that I`m white myself) than the n-word.