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Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 2:05pm
by Thunder1
jaw wrote:Nope, It was in the full light of day.
Code Translation: No president shall ever have one drop of African blood.
IOW, no president shall ever be black.
All in fun, of course :roll:

http://watchlords.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=30693
ChronoMATT wrote:No, I can't and I wear the badge proudly. I say fuck them if the can't take a joke.

jaw wrote:
ChronoMATT wrote:Birther!

You forgot the last, long lost requirement: "No relative may have ever sported a lip plate".


Just can't help yourself can you asshole?
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Don't understand how this 'lip plate' reference could be ignored.. :scratch:

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 2:11pm
by jaw
Denial, I guess.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 3:09pm
by biglove
Outside of some isolated tribes in the Southern Hemispheres, no one has a “pure” white or black or yellow bloodline.

Jeebus, human life started on the African continent. ALL human life.

We are ALL descendants from Africa.

From the fucksticks who claim they are “Aryan” to the groups that claim that white Europeans are the result of some ancient mad scientist’s experiment with ancient African tribes, it is the fucking color of layers of skin. Melanin. We all have it, just some more than others.

I can respect someone who hates based on how an individual has mistreated them. I cannot respect someone who hates based on broad stereotypes based on religion, skin color, national heritage.

That’s just ignorant and, more often than not, willfully so.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 3:10pm
by Falstaff
Takes two to make a troll - one to dangle the bait, the other to be offended.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 3:56pm
by Tzimisces
jaw wrote:Watchlords has never recovered from Obama 2008 election. That's when it all changed here (and everwhere). The uncensored TOS attracted socio-political trolls like stank on shit.


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I know of at least 4 who know they are and about 6 who don't.

Who else thinks a poll would be fun?

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 4:23pm
by Thunder1
^^Troublemaker!!

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 4:32pm
by bedlam
Falstaff wrote:Takes two to make a troll - one to dangle the bait, the other to be offended.

Like domestic violence, right.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 4:39pm
by bedlam
codguy wrote:This place is overwhelmingly liberal (with a commie or two sprinkled in), would say the ratio is easily 20:1 liberal to conservative.

In the past there were more conservatives. Recent departures and arrivals have evened that up and its gone to the left now. Certainly 20:1 against (either way) is not the case.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 5:28pm
by Mark1
Tzimisces wrote:Who else thinks a poll would be fun?


Poll, hell we need a Festivus Pole. Airing of Grievances, followed by feats of strength for anyone feeling squirrelly.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 6:45pm
by Falstaff
bedlam wrote:
Falstaff wrote:Takes two to make a troll - one to dangle the bait, the other to be offended.

Like domestic violence, right.



Never heard anything quite so ridiculous from you. Color me disappointed.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 7:18pm
by bedlam
Falstaff wrote:
bedlam wrote:
Falstaff wrote:Takes two to make a troll - one to dangle the bait, the other to be offended.

Like domestic violence, right.

Never heard anything quite so ridiculous from you. Color me disappointed.

Trolling is just another form of violence. Lot's of research showing the motivators online are similar to bullying in other contexts. So it's not the leap you are trying to make out. Certainly, blaming the receiver for the problem is an unfortunate societal response that needs to be pointed out.

I've never agreed with the turn-the-other-cheek BS, online or otherwise.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 8:06pm
by AlbertaTime
Meanwhile...


Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 8:17pm
by bedlam
AlbertaTime wrote:Meanwhile...



Yes, but you are a scholar and a gentleman.

:okk:

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 9:09pm
by biglove
Mark1 wrote:
Tzimisces wrote:Who else thinks a poll would be fun?


Poll, hell we need a Festivus Pole. Airing of Grievances, followed by feats of strength for anyone feeling squirrelly.


Hell yeah!

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 9:27pm
by AlbertaTime
bedlam wrote:Yes, but you are a scholar and a gentleman. :okk:


Or OCD and verbose with at least a little style, but I'll roll with what you said, and thanks :-)

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 2nd 2017, 11:29pm
by bedlam
biglove wrote:
Mark1 wrote:
Tzimisces wrote:Who else thinks a poll would be fun?

Poll, hell we need a Festivus Pole. Airing of Grievances, followed by feats of strength for anyone feeling squirrelly.

Hell yeah!

Yes for a pole! :lol:

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 3rd 2017, 6:53am
by Falstaff
bedlam wrote:
Falstaff wrote:
bedlam wrote:
Falstaff wrote:Takes two to make a troll - one to dangle the bait, the other to be offended.

Like domestic violence, right.

Never heard anything quite so ridiculous from you. Color me disappointed.

Trolling is just another form of violence. Lot's of research showing the motivators online are similar to bullying in other contexts. So it's not the leap you are trying to make out. Certainly, blaming the receiver for the problem is an unfortunate societal response that needs to be pointed out.

I've never agreed with the turn-the-other-cheek BS, online or otherwise.



Alas, still disappointed at your tangential response. Trolling is only successful if someone takes the bait - otherwise it's just noise - unlike domestic violence. As far as turning the other cheek, to take umbrage at every trolling attempt is to show yourself easily manipulated - just hit "ignore" and spoil his fun. Online bullying only works if you allow yourself to be bullied. Think of the plight of poor Alice - condemned by the Queen of Hearts - "Off with her head!" and menaced by the queen's soldiery - until she realizes "Why, you're nothing but a pack of cards!" - whereat the threat vanishes. Become a "second level reader".

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 3rd 2017, 8:16am
by Hawk
Trolling is indeed like dancing the tango. A life lesson provided to me by one Slowpo early on.

Re: What does it mean when Kaepernick kneels?

PostPosted: October 3rd 2017, 8:29am
by koimaster
in the smiles section under view other smiles........ There are troll related items.




:headupas: :;;aooanm: :op: :awewaDS: :trr: :bdde: :kkhtrd: :m,`.:




:police: :internet troll: