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  • Re: What Do You Think Should Be the General Legal Penalty for a False Rape Accusation?

    I don't think there should be a penalty, not because women who do this don't deserved to be punished, but because it could too easily be used to victimize others. Rape almost always boils down to he said/she said shit. What happens when a chick accuses a powerful man of rape and he uses his resources to get him acquitted? Attaching a punishment to a false accusation would make it so that man could turn around and use his resources to bring charges against her. It's already hard enough for some chicks to come forward, something like that would make it even harder. There is also the other side. Not all the chicks that lie get busted in their lie. Sometimes, they just come clean on their own. If they felt like they'd be punished, they might not do that, and more innocent men would wind up remaining in jail.

    I don't know if you can sue a false accuser in Civil court, but maybe that would be a better route to go than criminal court.
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  • Re: Video: Asian nail salon owner slams a black women to the ground during dispute over a broken nail…

    Shizlansky wrote: »
    No defending.

    But some of the most ingorant shit and tone of voice is said in them nail shops by black and white women.

    Based on what my wife tells me I agree. Pretty much anytime a chick's nail breaks early or something goes wrong, those chicks come in shop and treat the people that work there like shit. That sounds like what happened in this case. I think it's basically a case of the customer thinking (knowing) that the people that work at those shops dislike them, so when there is a problem they come back ready for a fight. Asians have been punching bags in this country for a while. As racist as they might be, they are also bootlickers and have absorbed a lot of shit over the years. I guess they are tired of it.
  • Re: Feminist Now Trying to Come After King Kendrick!!!

    And let me ask this: How would you feel about white people -- even well-meaning white people -- trying to dictate the goals of the black movement? Wouldn't you think that they would out of place? If so, why isn't the same thing true for women?

    Yes, there are divisions even among feminists, but these internecine disagreements should be resolved among feminists.

    That shit is not comparable. There is no racial analog to many of the factors at play in intergender relations.

    And you probably feel embarrassed as a black man because you're an embarassment as a black man when you adopt the same illogical and ridiculous arguments to defend feminists that feminists do.
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  • Re: Look at this coon shit from Stephen A.

    People are misrepresenting his point. He wasn't just saying that Kap was wrong for his protest. SAS believes that Kap's stance was fake because he didn't vote. I think he's stupid for saying that, but SAS didn't bash Kap for his protests until Kap said he didn't vote. He thinks Kap not voting cancels everything else he's ever said or done. He actually said that.
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  • Re: Protesters Call for Boycott of Missha Beauty Supply Store

    I aint going off on a tangent. You said "I hate when people protest shit like this. It's probably wrong, but is a shopowner wrestling with someone who tried to steal from him worth this kinda response?" Well, guess what? It's worth that kind of response to some people. You seem hung up on giving careful consideration to this man and whether or not he may be racist or actually treated black customers with dignity prior to this event. I could care less about this Asian man and his business. His ass wouldn't spend a shiny nickel in a black owned business. Fuck all of em. Go to chinatown with your damn business or wherever the hell he from.

    You're back to making pointless comments about where people spend their money. For the second time, I don't give a shit where people spend their money. I feel like blacks should support black businesses, but people are going to do what they are going to do. My issue is jumping out of the gate to call something a race issue when there is nothing to support that other than the two people involved being of different races. You're as bad as the white people that swear every black on white crime is some racist shit, when we all know that's not true.

    Spend your money what you want, but stop protesting recklessly because that only waters down the message and the potency of the tool.

    not caring about thieves getting roughed up, leads to ppl acting as judge, jury and executioner in the same breath...

    are you ok with the police roughing up suspected criminals before they are convicted of any crime?

    Police are public servants. They get paid do a job to a certain standard and that standard involves following the law.

    You're right, it's wrong to not care what happens. That's a bit of an overstatement on my part. What I really meant is that dude may have been wrong. He should be held accountable by the law for that just like she should be held accountable if she was really trying to steal. That should be the end of it. This shouldn't be turned into some big race issue when there is nothing to support that racism was the motivating factor rather than anger over a potential criminal offense. Protesters are out there talking about "they aren't going to disrespect the black community." How was that dude disrespecting the black community by manhandling one black criminal (allegedly)? Are we at the point now where any time a non-black person does something wrong to a black person, it needs to be treated as some big anti-black action? And are we also at the point where we ignore what black people do in situations as well as any other relevant history and context and call everything racism as long as the victim is black and the perpetrator isn't? That basically what they are doing with these protests.

    Again, if I'm wrong, and there is reason to believe this was racially motivated and the protests are just, cool, hit me with that info cause I didn't see it. I suspect no such info exists since @obnoxiouslyfresh chose to deflect and rant rather than just provide that info.