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Guys shoots folks base on color

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i heard the victims were at walmart buying skittles

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I've seen a lot of people at Walmart that getting shot might do some good.

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R.R. was right!

 

The nation’s white political elite feared that violence was too prevalent and there were too many people—especially urban Black nationalists—with access to guns. In May 1967, two dozen Black Panther Party members walked into the California Statehouse carrying rifles to protest a gun-control bill, prompting then-Gov. Ronald Reagan to comment, “There’s no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons.”

 

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I've seen a lot of people at Walmart that getting shot might do some good.

 

Winner of the "good point" of the day award

 

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I went to Wal-Mart with my mom to the one at North Sardis. A black older guy was walking thru the store and yelled "fug the white people" while black Wal-Mart employees found it entertaining even tho there were other white customers around. I and other whites totally ignored him because he looked like he was on drugs.

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just curious as to why stirs/g5 compulsively start threads whenever a black person does something bad to a white person

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feeling uncomfortable is obviously the worst thing anyone in america has ever gone through.  they just want a 5 gallon bucket of MnMs for god's sake.

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