I work with a girl who has one on her pickup truck, and I have seen it several other places living in Canada's bible belt, I'm just wondering what the deal is...I know it's also a symbol of southern…Continue
"I couldn't agree more. I'll never understand the mentality of a sports fan. Playing sports is one thing, but watching other people play? It's just the same thing over and over, it's mind numbing. Think about how much money is…"
"Being an uncut man, I think it is incredibly barbaric and unnecessary. The very thought of having it chopped off makes me cringe in horror. Ever see Penn & Teller's Bullshit episode on the subject? It's highly disturbing, I had to look…"
"Click on the link John. I wasn't being sarcastic when I posted my previous comment.
Listen a wee bit closer to the lyrics. Remember George Wallace?
"In Birmingham, they love the governor (boo boo boo)"
George Wallace was a…"
"The above image is of a Native American basketball team, and was taken in 1909. The Swastika has traditionally been used in many cultures besides Dine and Hopi. It was used in ancient Greece and Rome, as well as all over Europe until the Nazis…"
"My Indian friends have swastikas in their apartments. I asked them if they knew anything about the European meaning of it, and they didn't, I told them it was used in a war but I felt like a jerk to tell them "hey, someone stole your…"
""And it takes more than a pointy white hat to make a Klan member. However, wearing one (or showing the confederate flag) can point towards certain directions."
True, either might be an indication. It is a matter of degree.
Wearing a KKK…"
thanks. I'm not really brave, there is very little opportunity for the law to be inforced. It all depends on how someone reacts to what it is you are saying..it's not actually about what you say but technically if someone takes offence to Father Ted, which was commissioned and funded by a nationalised tv station, funded through public money then the government itself is guilty of blasphemy. It's a very silly law.
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