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i think Don Lemon mentioned Justin Bieber about pulling up his pants. Reading fail.

 

example fail

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Not one mention of personal responsibility. Guess that doesn't sell clothes/records.

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Nice to see Russell defending the wearing of pants around your thighs as your ass hangs out for ladies and kids to see.

 

Nah, he is definitely not a moron.

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I think his point, and I agree with him, is that is not what destroyed "the black community" anymore than past fashion trends that mainstream America disagreed with did.

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I think his point, and I agree with him, is that is not what destroyed "the black community" anymore than past fashion trends that mainstream America disagreed with did.

 

 

He's right, pants worn around your knees or waist did not destroy any community.

 

However it is pretty stupid, and you won't get too many job offers with a huge white t shirt on, and jean shorts so low your pecker is hanging out.

 

 

All he is saying is start small, do something good, and try to break this cycle.

 

 

Young poor folks are not helpless, things can be done to try to get out of the hole, but you have to be willing to take that first step.

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Does Sod do anything else in here besides talk poo about black people and rap music?

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What gets me confused is people sagging WITH a belt on....much like these crackas.

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I've said my peace about this topic so many time on this forum but one thing I would prefer is that in reference to this topic the phrase 'African American' is strictly adhered to. Being that the culture of violence, underwear showing, single parent household, etc. is a mostly an African African culture I kind of feel insulted when people use the word black. The word black is too all encompassing. There over 900million black people(sub-Sahara Africans) on this planet occupying a huge swath of land on this planet and this culture is strictly an African American phenomenon. Although African Americans are black too, but they're a subset of the black/African master race.

 

In the realm of the African race, African Americans are just another tribe among hundreds.

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What gets me confused is people sagging WITH a belt on....much like these crackas.

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To me, as a man, just seeing another man's underwear irritates me. At least use long shirt to cover the underwear.

 

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you couldn't just assume we are not talking about sub Sahara Africans?

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Nice to see Russell defending the wearing of pants around your thighs as your ass hangs out for ladies and kids to see.

Nah, he is definitely not a moron.

Fact: Feathered mullets almost destroyed white America in the 80's.

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black people, clean up your act!

 

just don't inconvenience me in your quest to overcome the generational poverty, educational inequality, and institutional biases that stand in the way

I don't think you know what poverty is. Maybe you mean mental poverty. And educational inequality is way better than the complete absence of one that many people in 3rd world countries have. Plus just because you're in a school with no white people doesn't mean the education is unequal.

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