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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by CRUDS, Aug 9, 2007.
It's like trying to have a sensible conversation with a 3 year old.
In fairness, Jones said he went to the strip club to "get something to eat". He didn't mention food.
As in this case. Being from Louisiana and a cajun makes you dumb.
Ma-ma-ma mama says the devil makes you think that...
And he should hire Riverman.
My point exactly. Adam Sandler a Jewish boy from Brooklyn has everyone in the world thinking that people from Louisiana drive lawn tractors to school and can't speak good english. Lets believe everything we see on TV!
I posted a definition from dictionary. com earlier. IMO- it absolutely applies to how many persons have "judged" Pac in the past and more importantly in the present. Many are recalcitrant to acknowledging Pac's "good" deeds because is in conflict with their opinions of him.
Here is another definition:
bigot [ˈbigət] noun
a person who constantly and stubbornly holds a particular point of view etc
I realize the point of the post is trite to many, but I think it offers something we can all benefit from.
The word Bigot still does not apply. And it's a dangerous word to throw around so carelessly.
Put a poll up here and see how many people want Pac to turn his life around for his own benefit as well as wanting to see him back on the field if he can do just that.. We are all pulling for Pac. That said, it is not bigotry to have an opinion about somebody based on their actions.
Anyone in here who thinks the majority of NFL players get an education worth anything while playing NCAA need a reality check... well maybe that one Harvard QB actually knows a thing or two, I heard he aced the Wonderlic anyway, but that's the exception to the rule.
If you haven't learned to speak before college, there's not much that will change...