Monday, April 23, 2012
But why is it that I see far too many obese people shopping for processed food products while riding in scooters instead of burning off some of the calories they are likely to ingest?
Monday, April 16, 2012
From David Mills... (Damn... It's been two years already?)
Points would be debated and refined so much so that it seemed they were operating below the Planck Scale.
How times have changed.
It seems that only SeeNew is around to take all the yes-men on at DeeVee's spot these days.
I've seen this train of thought before.
Since most whites feel as though they are a part of (and benefit from) the system - many imagine that the system is on their side.
The People of color in the films were not mere backdrops (i.e. Morpheus) for an ultimate White Savior (Neo).
In the Matrix movies - a Black Woman was the reason for all the upheaval.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
These days, local media personalities ask to host events at my club and promise to talk about such events on their radio and/or television shows at no cost to me.
Odd - I still get radio and television advertising without having to pay for it...?
Because I have already seen The Running Man and Battle Royale.
Don't people always imagine their heroes and gods to be in their own image?
She must be a likable character for some to cast her in their own image.
She must have admirable traits if racists cannot imagine those from another race possessing them.
I guess people cannot imagine someone of color being one to be admired or deified.
(What politician isn't?)
It's not his perfectly-coiffed hair.
(He has nothing on JFK's hairstyle.)
It's not that he is not a true Conservative.
(Mormons are the epitome of Conservatism.)
Romney's only problem is that he is a Mormon and, to many, Mormonism seems like a religious cult.
While many Democrats were willing to overlook the possibility of Barack Obama being a Muslim - many Republicans cannot fathom having someone from a fringe religion being their candidate for the office of POTUS.