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When I was a little girl. Personal observation
« on: Wed Oct 23, 2019 - 07:35:52 »
When I was a little girl, longer ago then some of you have been alive.... some 60 plus years ago I had zero idea of what a racist was.

I never heard the term, not even once in my 4th grade history book... ( yet in forth grad our textbook did show the evolution of man from a money into an ape into a prehistoric man and ultimately into man)

I well remember walking home with a very nice black... am I allowed to say that (?).... ok African American girl ...hmmm... hey, what if she was Jamaican... would Jamaican people still be called African Americans?... in 2nd or 3rd grade. Patty was her name and Patty would stop at my house and we would play in my front yard... for a couple of times before one or the other of us  got other interests.

And I well remember Alice. I will not use her last name but Alice was another very nice (?) black girl ... WHO... in 4th grade
blackmailed me for a quarter a day, or she was going to beat me up. That went on until one day.... probably lest then a week... and my mother would not give me another quarter. I told Alice, and instead of beating me up, she graciously moved on.

And I well remember, when school had a picnic for our class at town park, for 7th grade...and they were playing music and I was dancing... rock & roll... with a girlfriend. I remember Herbie... a nice young black boy asked me to dance.

NO I did not. I was just getting old enough to then understand that a mix like that was not yet accepted.

But during my early grade school year I also remember all the Lone Ranger, Roy Rogers, Gene Autreys, and even Sky King programs that more then once would have a program where the term lynch was used.

And I remember all the Have Gun will Travels, McClouds, Gunsmokes, Rifleman, et al and  I would be willing to bet a dollar against a donut that in those shows there at one time or another been a lynching party out to do in someone.... always , ALWAYS white... that the crowd felt wronged by, or the bad guys wanted to teach a traitor of the ranks a lesson.

So, I am simply amazed.... or maybe not so much... that Trump uses the term and that the left is  all over him as proof of his being racist.

Sheesh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: When I was a little girl. Personal observation
« Reply #1 on: Wed Oct 23, 2019 - 09:21:28 »
I have lived in the South for 70 years where there are still pockets of racism among some people, but I have never associated the word "lynch" with race. The same with "cotton picking". Whites, Blacks, and Latinos all could be lynched or pick cotton.

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« Reply #2 on: Wed Oct 23, 2019 - 09:24:00 »
Lynch is a racist term? In what context was it used?

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Re: When I was a little girl. Personal observation
« Reply #3 on: Wed Oct 23, 2019 - 09:57:07 »
Shorty and his brother Glen sing  "Gene Autry My Hero" (originally sung by Marty Robbins)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e982M7K4_mc

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Re: When I was a little girl. Personal observation
« Reply #4 on: Wed Oct 23, 2019 - 10:31:45 »
... I have never associated the word "lynch" with race. The same with "cotton picking". Whites, Blacks, and Latinos all could be lynched or pick cotton.
When I was a little girl....

"Cotton pickin'" was the only euphemism we were allowed to use - ever. No heck, darn, gosh, dang - none of those were allowed, but "cotton pickin'" was always allowed.
One of my great-grandfathers was a cotton picker and he was as fair skinned as they come. Not once did I ever associate cotton pickin' or lynching with race.

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« Reply #5 on: Wed Oct 23, 2019 - 12:35:15 »
When I was a little girl....

"Cotton pickin'" was the only euphemism we were allowed to use - ever. No heck, darn, gosh, dang - none of those were allowed, but "cotton pickin'" was always allowed.
One of my great-grandfathers was a cotton picker and he was as fair skinned as they come. Not once did I ever associate cotton pickin' or lynching with race.

Same here... it was an accepted term to replace cussing.

But they're all over Harris Falkner Overtime at the moment... condemning it.

Even Biden used int in 1998 during the Clinton impeachment and has since come forward an apologized......  ::doh::

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« Reply #6 on: Wed Oct 23, 2019 - 12:36:45 »
Lynch is a racist term? In what context was it used?

Trump tweet.......

Donald J. Trump

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So some day, if a Democrat becomes President and the Republicans win the House, even by a tiny margin, they can impeach the President, without due process or fairness or any legal rights. All Republicans must remember what they are witnessing here - a lynching. But we will WIN!

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Trump tweet.......

Donald J. Trump

@realDonaldTrump
So some day, if a Democrat becomes President and the Republicans win the House, even by a tiny margin, they can impeach the President, without due process or fairness or any legal rights. All Republicans must remember what they are witnessing here - a lynching. But we will WIN!


Are dems that dumb that they don't understand the meaning of simple words?

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« Reply #8 on: Wed Oct 23, 2019 - 13:12:53 »

Are dems that dumb that they don't understand the meaning of simple words?

Yes.

One of the reasons is they run on energy powered by pure hatred.

They simply cannot see the forest for the trees. And are so blinded by their rage that having the lowest unemployment since 1969... with the lowest unemployment ever for "all" minorities... the high stock market... and the multitude of business comeing back here from foreign lands.

All good but they still see him as a terrible man.

It is as if they have been blinded to see the truth.

All is well right now... and I just heard that sanctions are coming off Turkey as they reached a peace agreement.

But the dems will tell you he is a warmonger.

DT dropped us from NAFTA and proposed USMCA that your country, my country and Mexico all would benefit from and people from your country keep asking when WE will sign the agreement... IT IS the dems who refuse. It is sitting on Nancy the Cs desk. If she has not thrown it away yet.

It is beyond being dumb. It is being insanely stuck on stupid.






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« Reply #9 on: Thu Oct 24, 2019 - 01:53:29 »
When I was a little girl, longer ago then some of you have been alive.... some 60 plus years ago I had zero idea of what a racist was.

I never heard the term, not even once in my 4th grade history book... ( yet in forth grad our textbook did show the evolution of man from a money into an ape into a prehistoric man and ultimately into man)

I well remember walking home with a very nice black... am I allowed to say that (?).... ok African American girl ...hmmm... hey, what if she was Jamaican... would Jamaican people still be called African Americans?... in 2nd or 3rd grade. Patty was her name and Patty would stop at my house and we would play in my front yard... for a couple of times before one or the other of us  got other interests.

And I well remember Alice. I will not use her last name but Alice was another very nice (?) black girl ... WHO... in 4th grade
blackmailed me for a quarter a day, or she was going to beat me up. That went on until one day.... probably lest then a week... and my mother would not give me another quarter. I told Alice, and instead of beating me up, she graciously moved on.

And I well remember, when school had a picnic for our class at town park, for 7th grade...and they were playing music and I was dancing... rock & roll... with a girlfriend. I remember Herbie... a nice young black boy asked me to dance.

NO I did not. I was just getting old enough to then understand that a mix like that was not yet accepted.

But during my early grade school year I also remember all the Lone Ranger, Roy Rogers, Gene Autreys, and even Sky King programs that more then once would have a program where the term lynch was used.

And I remember all the Have Gun will Travels, McClouds, Gunsmokes, Rifleman, et al and  I would be willing to bet a dollar against a donut that in those shows there at one time or another been a lynching party out to do in someone.... always , ALWAYS white... that the crowd felt wronged by, or the bad guys wanted to teach a traitor of the ranks a lesson.

So, I am simply amazed.... or maybe not so much... that Trump uses the term and that the left is  all over him as proof of his being racist.

Sheesh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes, exactly.  Young people -- anyone under 40 -- are stupid and ignorant.  To them, "lynching" originated long, long ago, in the 1960s, and was only something done to blacks, back when calling them "black" was an insult, and "negro" was the preferred term.

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« Reply #10 on: Thu Oct 24, 2019 - 19:15:01 »
In my growing up years "colored people" was the accepted and polite term. Now that is racist. The correct term now is "people of color". Go figure.

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Re: When I was a little girl. Personal observation
« Reply #11 on: Thu Oct 24, 2019 - 20:49:28 »

Are dems that dumb that they don't understand the meaning of simple words?

Not stupid.  Liars.  At least the source of the lies are not stupid.  Those who believe it are stupid.  No doubt.  As is anyone who believes what comes out of the media except for sports box scores.

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« Reply #12 on: Thu Oct 24, 2019 - 23:35:47 »
In my growing up years "colored people" was the accepted and polite term. Now that is racist. The correct term now is "people of color". Go figure.

You are so right. I never thought of that, but it's true.

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« Reply #13 on: Thu Oct 24, 2019 - 23:57:50 »
Not stupid.  Liars.  At least the source of the lies are not stupid.  Those who believe it are stupid.  No doubt.  As is anyone who believes what comes out of the media except for sports box scores.

What I'm finding so disturbing right now is the amount of Dems who support the mother in TX who wants to transition her little 7 year old boy into a girl. She's definitely not alone. There's something really sick going on with a growing number of liberal mothers right now who want to turn their little boys into girls. For the most part, this looks like it's being instigated by the mothers and not the fathers.

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« Reply #14 on: Fri Oct 25, 2019 - 06:24:48 »
What I'm finding so disturbing right now is the amount of Dems who support the mother in TX who wants to transition her little 7 year old boy into a girl. She's definitely not alone. There's something really sick going on with a growing number of liberal mothers right now who want to turn their little boys into girls. For the most part, this looks like it's being instigated by the mothers and not the fathers.

Perhaps some fantasy about defeating Duh Patriarchy.

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« Reply #15 on: Fri Oct 25, 2019 - 09:13:38 »
What I'm finding so disturbing right now is the amount of Dems who support the mother in TX who wants to transition her little 7 year old boy into a girl. She's definitely not alone. There's something really sick going on with a growing number of liberal mothers right now who want to turn their little boys into girls. For the most part, this looks like it's being instigated by the mothers and not the fathers.

To me, this is absolute child abuse.

I have been following this a bit and seems the mother says the boy identifies as a girl around her and when he goes to school. The dad,... of course another case of unhappy marriage... says the boy identifies as a boy when around him.

I see a 7 year old trying to please their mother and father.

I had a friend. A man , who admittedly was a little short in the brains department but would do anything in the world for you.
(Very Forrest Gumpish.... inclusive of all the walking... and yes, he was in the army reserve.)

His mother, and worse his grandmother did not treat him as he should have been and his dad had little input.

He used to confide in me, a lot... and he would tell me horror stories ( I saw them as horror stories, to him is was business as usual in his upbringing.) About how they would try to get his finger nails to grow longer. More like a girl.

And how, because he... being a man... would never wear Bermuda shorts in the summer because he, the man, had hairy legs
and they tried to convince him to shave them.

There is much, much more but will stop.

That T woman is child abuse. Period.

Turns my stomach to think of it.


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« Reply #17 on: Fri Oct 25, 2019 - 09:48:43 »
Take a sec to read what Walsh had to say about this 7 year old, he has some excellent points.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/walsh-here-is-the-one-crucial-detail-everyone-is-overlooking-in-the-case-of-the-transgender-7-year-old?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=mattwalsh

Starfire is weird but Luna isn't?

The very fact that a jury would come down on the side of the mother is simply ludacris.

Won't even get into the religious end of this. I know of none that would sanction such an idea and certainly not Christianity.

Luna has such a occultish sound to it.  Perhaps Satanism ???

But that aside.

How is it that she started his transformation at the age of 3.

How is it she would not allow him to at least get into his teens and let him decide for himself.

Statistically those who go through transgender augmentation, 20% commit suicide.

I cannot help but wonder what God is thinking of. She is not a Christian. But does what she is doing with this child, starting at such a young age preclude his ever being able to be one?


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« Reply #18 on: Fri Oct 25, 2019 - 10:36:23 »
Take a sec to read what Walsh had to say about this 7 year old, he has some excellent points.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/walsh-here-is-the-one-crucial-detail-everyone-is-overlooking-in-the-case-of-the-transgender-7-year-old?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=mattwalsh

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And so that’s where Georgulas draws the line. Because, in the end, this is all about her.

This effort by mothers to transition their boys to girls is partly due to Munchausen by proxy syndrome combined with their desires to live in a matriarchal society.(plus just plain old sin and stupidness)

With Munchausen by proxy, the mother wants attention for herself, so she forces a physical or mental illness on her child which will garner all kinds of attention on both of them. How better for a mother to gain national attention than to force transgenderism on her little boy?

What's so scary is this disgusting movement is growing in numbers. Mothers are meeting up on message boards wanting advice on how to tape down their son's privates and telling each other where to buy specially made underwear for them that will hide their gender.
I'm just so disgusted by the number of leftists out there who are supporting this.

You know another thing this is leading to? If a toddler is allowed to choose his/her own gender, then the toddler is old enough to offer consent for sexual activity. It's leading to that....


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Re: When I was a little girl. Personal observation
« Reply #19 on: Fri Oct 25, 2019 - 14:53:51 »
In my growing up years "colored people" was the accepted and polite term. Now that is racist. The correct term now is "people of color". Go figure.

The latest is Bed, Bath, & Beyond removed some black jack-o-lanters from their stores after "some people" complained they were "blackfaced" and racist. When I read that, I immediately figured the complainers were probably white liberals. So I started reading the tweets under the article and sure enough, a bunch of black people are saying the complainers were probably white people who think they're "woke" and see racism where in everything. I so agree.


Look how many black people are saying this is so ridiculous -

https://twitter.com/wsbtv/status/1187468806416826374
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« Reply #20 on: Fri Oct 25, 2019 - 18:05:17 »
The white pumpkins don't seem to be an issue to anyone though.  ???

 

     
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