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The Sun's not yellow it's chicken

JTEM whining about this & that, plus the secrets of the universe and the occasional chicken recipe.
Jul 28 '14

We’d all just love to see some examples.

iammyfather:

White People: *back flips over actual KKK members*
White People: *moonwalks past real neo-nazi blogs*
White People: *goes into PoCs inbox*
White People: You’re whats keeping racism alive

The above doesn’t even rate as a fallacious argument because it would be too much of a stretch to claim there is an argument present.  Plenty of hypocrisy — It’s saying that white people are bad (Don’t debase yourself and claim otherwise) — but other then the overt anti white racism, there is no point.

HINT:  Whenever you read something like this, always ask yourself:  “What is the call to action?”

In this case it’s “Feel anger/resentment towards white people.”

Again, I implore you, do NOT debase yourself and claim otherwise.  A lack of reading comprehension, though common, is *Not* a defense…

Anyhow, I’m going to do what you didn’t do, what you couldn’t do.  I’m going to give you an actual example of a PoC “Social Justice” bed wetter invoking racism — provoking racism:

CREATING RACISM IN THE NAME OF FIGHTING RACISM

In the event the blogger takes their meds, realizes what they posted and delete it, simply remove everything in the URL after “.com/” and visit their blog.  You’ll find plenty more.  There’s no way they can delete all their racism before the meds wear off…

(Source: officialdubai)

Jul 28 '14

Art Deco

Two views

Jul 28 '14
"Schmooze."
The 182nd Rule of Acquisition.
Jul 28 '14

Shower Porn CVIII

Jul 28 '14
This is real, but you only have until August 3rd.
Click here for the direct link to the image.

This is real, but you only have until August 3rd.

Click here for the direct link to the image.

Jul 28 '14
IS THIS THE PHOTO OF A MIRACLE?
History’s version of the UFO, unexplainable sightings of cities or even whole continents where none could exists are far more common than you might imagine… 
Late in the 19th century stories began coming out of Alaska of cities in the sky.  From what I can tell, nobody was claiming that such a city existed in the air, but that this was some sort of mirage or, more likely (to the story tellers), a REFLECTION of some sort.  What most people seemed to believe was that some sort of atmospheric condition or prism effect from the ice was projecting the image of a far away city to the skies over Alaska. The cities have been variously placed — anywhere from Russia to Canada — with no real consensus. Until, that is, an American prospector by the name of (Dick?  Richard?) Willoughby produced a photograph.
Willoughby’s photograph of the mysteriously appearing city (seen above) turned out to be Bristol England. No he wasn’t the only claimed eyewitness to the city, nor even the only person to produce a photograph, but his image was the first and the most widely circulated and the only one to show Bristol.
Was it all a hoax?  I’ll leave that for you to decide.

IS THIS THE PHOTO OF A MIRACLE?

History’s version of the UFO, unexplainable sightings of cities or even whole continents where none could exists are far more common than you might imagine…

Late in the 19th century stories began coming out of Alaska of cities in the sky.  From what I can tell, nobody was claiming that such a city existed in the air, but that this was some sort of mirage or, more likely (to the story tellers), a REFLECTION of some sort.  What most people seemed to believe was that some sort of atmospheric condition or prism effect from the ice was projecting the image of a far away city to the skies over Alaska. The cities have been variously placed — anywhere from Russia to Canada — with no real consensus. Until, that is, an American prospector by the name of (Dick?  Richard?) Willoughby produced a photograph.

Willoughby’s photograph of the mysteriously appearing city (seen above) turned out to be Bristol England. No he wasn’t the only claimed eyewitness to the city, nor even the only person to produce a photograph, but his image was the first and the most widely circulated and the only one to show Bristol.

Was it all a hoax?  I’ll leave that for you to decide.

Jul 28 '14
Jul 27 '14
Pan seared haddock, whole wheat penne, tomato, baby spinach…
A small consolation for my skipping the toasted ravioli or the ricotta-stuffed gnocchi…

Pan seared haddock, whole wheat penne, tomato, baby spinach…

A small consolation for my skipping the toasted ravioli or the ricotta-stuffed gnocchi…