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  • Re: In a PR blitz before his trial, Bill Cosby blames racism for sexual assault claims

    5th Letter wrote: »
    He was asked did he give women drugs with the intentions of having sex. Niggas buy weed and liquor and invite that girl over with the intention of smashing. Quaaludes were a recreational drug that both men and women used in those days to get high. Totally different than a roofie which is slipped into a drink unbeknownst to the victim. That's the difference.

    Y'all believe the bullshit about "he was too powerful so we couldn't say anything in 1966". So if he was raping all these women then at least one of them in '66 would've came out immediately and said something, not wait until 2004/2005.

    Dog, he wasn't asked if he got the drugs to enhance sex he planned on having with young women. He was asked if he got those drugs with with the intention of getting sex from young women. You're purposely interpreting the question to make it seem more mundane than it was. His answer, at the very least means that he was using drugs that basically robbed people of their bodily control and memories in order to plot on younger impressionable women. Even if you don't think that's rape. You have to admit that's some predatory shit.

    And your stance on Quaalude vs roofie is just wrong. Yes, Quaaludes were used in a recreational way that roofies weren't, but they were also mixed with alcohol and used to rape people. Why else do you think the follow-up question was "Did you ever give the women the drugs without them knowing?" How else do you think he would have done that?

    Rape, even today, is an extremely underreported crime, so your insistence that someone would have come out and said something is false. Predators know how to choose their prey. I will say that not all the accusers are saying he raped them, so that's also part of it. Some are just saying he grabbed them or fondled them. Lots of women would not report that especially when the person is high profile like Cosby. Again. I'm not saying any of this proves he's guilty, but for you to act like it's not even suspicious is basically just you letting your biases override your objectivity. Let me ask you a question. What do you think should have happened? When that many people accuse him, do you really think they should have just ignored it and not pushed forward at all?

    Men AND Women used quaaludes along with alcohol for recreational purposes. They banned the drug because people were abusing it. The drug was never used as a date rape drug. YOU are the one purposely misinterpreting the question. And he never gave them drugs without them knowing. Where did you get that from?

    If Cosby raped 40 women in the 60's and 70's by the law of averages at least one of them would've said something right away. When a serial raper goes around doing his crimes usually several of the victims will report it, obviously some will stay quiet because of the shame. So if Cosby was this big serial raper then one of them would've said something when it first happened and not in 2004/2005.

    I'm not giving them the benefit of the doubt the burden of proof is on them. They didn't report it and supposedly waited until now to finally speak out. A lot of the accusers stories were debunked including lying ass Janice Dickerson.
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  • Re: Does it still hold up? Vol. 3: M.O.P. - Ante Up

    This is a masterpiece
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  • Re: The Official 2016-2017 NBA Thread (NBA Finals Cavs-Warriors: Part III)

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    My best friend recorded this after the game when I was rolling up, this is why I said I gotta step away before posting RIGHT after games lls
    You in the car like Mitch in Paid In Full

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  • Re: Colin Kaepernick refuses “to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses Black people”...

    Kaepernick's jersey, photos and more to be displayed in the Smithsonian.

    https://sports.yahoo.com/news/colin-kaepernicks-jersey-gear-donated-smithsonian-190347075.html

    Colin Kaepernick’s football career remains very much a question mark, but he’s already left an impression on American culture, as his jersey and other gear from his protests in 2016 are now in the hands of the Smithsonian.

    The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture continuously collects items of historic significance from African Americans involved in all phases of American life, and the sociologist and author Harry Edwards encouraged the museum to take a close look at Kaepernick. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback drew nationwide attention last year when he knelt during the national anthem to protest police brutality in America.

    Edwards arranged for the donation of a jersey and other equipment to the Smithsonian, but did so with a request. “I said, ‘Don’t wait 50 years to try to get some memorabilia and so forth on Kaepernick,’” Edwards said, according to USA Today. “‘Let me give you a game jersey, some shoes, a picture. … And it should be put right there alongside Muhammad Ali. He’s this generation’s Ali.’”...................
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