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Discussion in 'Nashville' started by Big TT, Jun 17, 2013.

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    Black people?
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    Forget it TT you're out of your element!
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    Gladly, I just don't want to play with the middle schooler's on this board.
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    Why you gotta be so harsh man? Hurts bruh.
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    Look like monopoly cars.
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    They sure study A Raisin in the Sun, which starred the greatest actor of all time, Sidney Poitier.
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    So you are comparing A Raisin in the Sun to Fast and Furious? Really? And while a fine actor Sidney wouldn't be in my top five.
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    No... I just named the first random classic film to pop in my head. How in the world did you get a comparison?
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    See when someone mentions something in a follow up post one can assume a comparison unless it truly is just random thoughts you are posting.
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    Yes but you were implying how Fast and the Furious was a bad film and I thought of a movie that is deemed a classic. A contradistinction would be more appropriate than a comparison.

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