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  • Re: NC Law Says That Women Cannot Back Out of Sex Once Consent Is Given

    So niggas really acting like once the dick goes in, chicks have no authority over their own pussies? Lol Y'all better hope your cellmate doesn't feel the same about your asshole after you get arrested for rape.
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  • Re: In a PR blitz before his trial, Bill Cosby blames racism for sexual assault claims

    gotta hand it to bitches tho...
    they stick together..

    blah blah blah

    very good point here

    Not really, but he was able to say something more than just "LESBIANS!!!," so I guess it's good for him. We do have to judge the mentally deficient by different standards after all.
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  • Re: In a PR blitz before his trial, Bill Cosby blames racism for sexual assault claims

    babelipsss wrote: »
    Yay for the decent jurors who saw through the lies!

    Bill Cosby is innocent!

    That's not what a mistrial means.
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  • Re: Hillary clinton used black inmates for free labor for 10 years

    this guy..

    so mrs "criminal activity"

    ur tryin to tell us that this country.. this system..
    the laws passed and policies put in place arent to pigeonhole black people into bein criminals..

    i dont care if we talkin petty theft or a nigga doin a drive by..

    we arent born inherently violent..
    but when u set the conditions jus right a person will turn to violence.. and ur sayin its okay cause they did somethin violent when it was all part of the plan..

    jus like bullshit religion..
    god the "creator" creates man wit a flaw and sets him up to make a mistake and punishes him for makin it..

    when he couldve jus simply romoved the flaw or the condition in that case a fuckin tree and a devil he created..

    oh and to make shit worse he as well as the government manipulates idiots like u to feel guilty for the shit they do to u and conditions they put u in..

    u so fuckin dense u talkin about the effect..
    im talkin about the cause..

    maybe u aint as smart as u think.

    Are you being serious right now? I mean I know I've insulted your intelligence, but that was mostly just taking shots at you. Now I'm really starting to think you're just that dumb. Do you really still not see your mistake? I've explained it twice now.
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  • Re: Hillary clinton used black inmates for free labor for 10 years

    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    I don't really care about this to be honest. So some convicted murderers have to go to a mansion and work for free. Yeah, it's basically modern slave labor, but these aren't innocent people that were kidnapped and forced to work. They are convicted criminals. Is forcing them to work for free really that much worse than putting them in a cell all day? I guess I just don't have a lot of sympathy for violent criminals.

    Yes, considering the history of convict leasing and alarming rate of trumped up charges and Black men that are let out of prison years later after having committed no crime at all.

    It's not about sympathy it's about the truth and reality of a system clearly run by white supremacists.

    That's not really a knock against this practice though. That's a knock against the criminal justice system. How is working in the governor's mansion any different than sitting in a cell? If you go down that path, then you'd have to basically have a problem with any punishment.

    "if u go down that path.."

    lol & smmfh
    things a cornball would say..

    While I'm not gonna call Monk a cornball, I definitely agree with Boss. It ain't like niggas initially was tryna go to jail for whatever reason.

    By "path" I was talking about the logic behind @Kwan Dai's argument not partaking in a criminal lifestyle. It's best not to let @BOSSExcellence influence your thoughts. His reading comprehension is questionable.

    History of our injustice system tells us a Black Man doesn't have to choose a "path". Black children are executed for playing with toy guns. Young Brothers are rounded up by the numbers and charged with minor crimes and do meaningful stints in prison. Are you familiar with Kalief Browder? What criminal path did he take?

    The practice is a part of the justice system. They go hand in hand. Why the hell wouldn't they hire law abiding citizens to work in the mansion? You're clearly are in agreement with the 13th amendment then. Slave labor is cool as a punishment? What about electroshock? How about water boarding?

    The punishment is being locked in a 6-8 cell for the better part of 16 hours per day. SuperMax is something like 22 hours a day.

    It seems you're making the same mistake @BOSSExcellence, so I must have been unclear.

    Here is what you guys think I was saying.
    That's not really a knock against this practice though. That's a knock against the criminal justice system. How is working in the governor's mansion any different than sitting in a cell? If you go down that (criminal) path, then you'd have to basically have a problem with any punishment.

    That doesn't really make any sense given the context of the post. Here is what I was actually saying:
    That's not really a knock against this practice though. That's a knock against the criminal justice system. How is working in the governor's mansion any different than sitting in a cell? If you go down that (logical) path, then you'd have to basically have a problem with any punishment.

    I was talking about your insinuation that the practice was wrong because the criminal justice system is unfair and not everyone that's been convicted is guilty. That's true. However, you could apply that reasoning to absolutely any form of punishment.

    And the slippery slope argument you're not trying to use here falls a little flat too. We have amendments against cruel and unusual punishment, so torture is off the table. Do you have a problem with community service as a punishment? That's essentially what this is. What are the details on this? Are the prisoners being forced to do it against their wills or do they volunteer for it? Does it go toward good behavior and the chance to get out sooner? Do prisoners simply prefer to get out and do yard work because it beats being in a cell 16 hours a day? I don't know the answer to those questions. Maybe you do, but I don't think this practice is nearly as bad as some of you are implying.

    Perhaps I wasn't clear. The practice is wrong period. My mentioning our injustice system was more of an addition to an already messy situation. They are taking of advantage of people who are already being punished by being locked in a cage, denied family, and live in a pretty violent environment. Of course the argument can be made that getting a few hours out of a cell is a good thing. But that fact is people who are imprisoned settle for pretty much anything.

    These same jobs that these prisoners are doing for free or for pennies should be given to law abiding citizens and paid a livable salary. And no this is nothing like community service. Community service is done either as an alternative to going to jail or done once your incarceration is complete.

    It's not like I think you're wrong. I just disagree with you. They do this to save tax payer money. That's why they choose not to give the work to law abiding citizens. And if someone in prison chooses to do something like this because it is preferable to the punishment they currently have, who are any of us out here on the outside to criticize this? If they are being force to do it against their will, I'd concede that you're right. However, if they put it out there, and prisoners volunteer to do it because they want the relative freedom it offers, who is being hurt?
    BOSSExcellence