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Is there a reason why all these AA/racism posts have started around MLK day?

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midjeep:
Just wondering. I think its stupid to fight this on a day celebrating someone who helped end segregation. I will now step off my soap box for the next bleeding heart... ::)

russian_concussion:

--- Quote from: midjeep on January 18, 2005, 12:04:37 AM ---Just wondering. I think its stupid to fight this on a day celebrating someone who helped end segregation. I will now step off my soap box for the next bleeding heart... ::)

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It's your avatar's fault.  :P

Gummo:
Aggravation stemming from no mail/decisions today.

Runner-up:
I think the provocateurs and instigators actually stopped a while ago. It's just that all the p.c. people and AA apologists on this board have put up so many of their own threads of outrage and indignation, that it just seems like it was meant to happen on MLK day.

And, just in case you didn't get the message, I'm firmly against AA in theory and in practice.

midjeep:

--- Quote from: russian_concussion on January 18, 2005, 12:09:57 AM ---
--- Quote from: midjeep on January 18, 2005, 12:04:37 AM ---Just wondering. I think its stupid to fight this on a day celebrating someone who helped end segregation. I will now step off my soap box for the next bleeding heart... ::)

--- End quote ---

It's your avatar's fault.  :P

--- End quote ---

Hey leave the Hippo out of it...he is an URM and has entertained many on this borad ;)

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