R e d P a n d a B a ii r
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- Posted: Sun, 12 Feb 2012 00:50:08 +0000
Oh quit you whining there are entire staions related to black actors and actresses, for two, Have you even seen the buzz around The Help, for that matter even seen the movie The Help.
...The Help? Really? We, as a race in America, should be so happy that yet another book riddled with racist remarks, oppression to blacks, and white being snobby? :l Get the hell out of here with your angry self.
For another thing, you saw not to mention how Dr. Dre, Usher, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Rihanna, 50 Cent, Beyonce, and Mariah Carey are almost alway on the Top 40 charts.
You're listing those in the entertainment industry because blacks are only good at making everyone happy? I don't see why you list all of that.
As for T.V. BET and a pubilc brodcaster in this area Bounce are both related to black people.
OH MANG! Two out of 700+ channels! Tell you what, I'll even slap in those movie channels dedicated to having more than three positive black characters in there. WHOA! We now have five out of seven-hundred plus channels.
On a final note a BLACK man had the right to vote before a WHITE woman, so get off your high horse cause you ain't a king, infact in the sceam of things you're less than a pawn of the presidents chess board. Who oh yeah IS A BLACK MAN !!!!!!!!
Oh lawd, you really got 'us' there! I mean, we never, ever knew!
While we're at it, let's just state more obvious things! A white man was able to vote, hold property, marry, and go to school before all blacks in America. The black woman wasn't able to vote until after the black man could.
By the way, I honestly do hope you aren't trying to say that all blacks are less than a pawn of the president's chess board. That might get your a** kicked if you were brave enough to say it in real life. Oh, and, by the by, the president is mixed, not black. His mother was white, his father was African.
You seem real stupid mad, bro. Real retarded mad.
@ Miss Izzy:
Thank you for pointing that last part out. In truth, I'd really rather have it so I can learn about my heritage throughout my whole schooling career instead of just a week--that's the longest it was recognized in my schools.