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There isn't a single thing you've posted about the article; it's typical.....you'd have to read the article first.


Of course I have. You've been too busy looking for silly pictures to notice.


Really?  What have you posted about the article? Apparently it disappeared....


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There isn't a single thing you've posted about the article; it's typical.....you'd have to read the article first.


Of course I have. You've been too busy looking for silly pictures to notice.

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There isn't a single thing you've posted about the article; it's typical.....you'd have to read the article first.


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Cute cartoon - childish but cute.

 

But, back to the topic. I (being wise like Einstein) and the Really Wise (RW) all decry racism. I really do not see anything to discuss in that.

 

One possibility is the racism of the left that sees minorities as unable to fend for themselves and therefore in permanent need of "Big Brother" to see to their needs. I didn't see that included in the article - did I miss it?

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LOL !!!!  You ask someone to "look inward", advice that you should follow yourself.


That's all ya got - a giggle???


So you read the LOL and ignored the rest, right? It figures.


You're right, Chaz.  He's ignored the topic, like most topics. Posters will note he distorted what another posted and then attacked him, and when pointed out, attacked the other poster pointing out his distortions.  It's what he does and wonders why he's unable to engage in adult discussions. It's really not too difficult to comprehend.


The topic is "LOL"?????

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LOL !!!!  You ask someone to "look inward", advice that you should follow yourself.


That's all ya got - a giggle???


So you read the LOL and ignored the rest, right? It figures.


I read it - it had no meaning.


It has meaning to everyone not in denial.


The new meme is "defensive" not "denial".

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LOL !!!!  You ask someone to "look inward", advice that you should follow yourself.


That's all ya got - a giggle???


So you read the LOL and ignored the rest, right? It figures.


You're right, Chaz.  He's ignored the topic, like most topics. Posters will note he distorted what another posted and then attacked him, and when pointed out, attacked the other poster pointing out his distortions.  It's what he does and wonders why he's unable to engage in adult discussions. It's really not too difficult to comprehend.


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LOL !!!!  You ask someone to "look inward", advice that you should follow yourself.


That's all ya got - a giggle???


So you read the LOL and ignored the rest, right? It figures.


I read it - it had no meaning.


It has meaning to everyone not in denial.


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LOL !!!!  You ask someone to "look inward", advice that you should follow yourself.


That's all ya got - a giggle???


So you read the LOL and ignored the rest, right? It figures.


I read it - it had no meaning.

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