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#21 mmmbeans

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 05:23 PM

So much more blended? Your largest minority are Indians at 4%.

Your "just don't talk about it" solution works fine when this is your major ethnic group.


was hoping for a moose pic.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 06:13 PM

When I was a student at ECU, my room mate and I really enjoyed this hole in the wall place called "Kat's Kitchen."


It was in downtown Greenville across from the public library. This place was incredible. It was country, southern food that tasted like something your Grandma would make on a Sunday afternoon after church. It was fairly inexpensive for a habitually broke college kid, too. The cooks and staff were all African American.

I've eaten there maybe 30 times and I'm not saying that white people did not eat there, but we were almost always the only white people in there and certainly were the youngest.

Sweet tea was .25 a refill.

We went there once with a black friend of ours and he wasn't charged for a refill. My room mate and I were charged for each and every time we wanted our solo cup of sweet tea refilled.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 06:37 PM

When I was a student at ECU, my room mate and I really enjoyed this hole in the wall place called "Kat's Kitchen."


It was in downtown Greenville across from the public library. This place was incredible. It was country, southern food that tasted like something your Grandma would make on a Sunday afternoon after church. It was fairly inexpensive for a habitually broke college kid, too. The cooks and staff were all African American.

I've eaten there maybe 30 times and I'm not saying that white people did not eat there, but we were almost always the only white people in there and certainly were the youngest.

Sweet tea was .25 a refill.

We went there once with a black friend of ours and he wasn't charged for a refill. My room mate and I were charged for each and every time we wanted our solo cup of sweet tea refilled.


It happens.
Did it bother you?

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 06:47 PM

MrTouchdown that is an unfathomable injustice. We are all here for you.

Seriously though, that made me lol.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 08:20 PM

When I was a student at ECU, my room mate and I really enjoyed this hole in the wall place called "Kat's Kitchen."


It was in downtown Greenville across from the public library. This place was incredible. It was country, southern food that tasted like something your Grandma would make on a Sunday afternoon after church. It was fairly inexpensive for a habitually broke college kid, too. The cooks and staff were all African American.

I've eaten there maybe 30 times and I'm not saying that white people did not eat there, but we were almost always the only white people in there and certainly were the youngest.

Sweet tea was .25 a refill.

We went there once with a black friend of ours and he wasn't charged for a refill. My room mate and I were charged for each and every time we wanted our solo cup of sweet tea refilled.


and now you know how james byrd felt

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 08:27 PM

It happens.
Did it bother you?


I mean this happened like 5 years ago and I still remember it.

It didn't bug me at the time and doesn't bug me now, it's just one of those things that happens and your just like damnn.....

White people are persecuted and discriminated against too. I shouldn't be held responsible because some inbred, ignorant white trash hick in Mississippi said the "N word" on the discovery channel.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 08:28 PM

You shoulda paid them a dollar a refill just to f*ck with them.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 08:33 PM

White people are persecuted and discriminated against too. I shouldn't be held responsible because some inbred, ignorant white trash hick in Mississippi said the "N word" on the discovery channel.


Whoa. Please tell me you aren't serious.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 08:37 PM

Whoa. Please tell me you aren't serious.


White people can't be discriminated against or be victims of racism?

please tell me you aren't serious.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 08:38 PM

White people are persecuted and discriminated against too.

White people are persecuted and discriminated against too.

White people are persecuted and discriminated against too.

welp i said it three times and tapped my heels together and as far as i can tell i haven't been transported to whatever alternate reality this dude lives in so idk


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