Re: Banning of the following needed
Date: February 19, 2009 11:22PM
Ok, I will move to a more liberal side...
Actually what I think about saying bad things about a nation or race is that they can be thought as acceptable to some extend. However, people are being more sensitive about some issues than the others. The case of Jews is mainly because of WW2. But hey, wake up, it was long time ago.
Let me give some examples of some "racist" phrases against two nations I live in:
Well, I believe all of you have heard these before. Let me go on with another one:
I wanna wipe out all the Turkish people from the world!
If I hear something like this I will really lmao. Change Turkish to Ducth and here comes the laughs of Paars, to Danish and I can hear Harry and Master (ok maybe not Harry, he may come after me with a baseball stick:), I won't say change to American because I know if Jenny pisses off she will really come and find me, hehe. Now, here comes the next word, yes yes, it is the one you think, ok slowly put it there, and viola, you thought it yourself, now people see you as a racist and an anti-Semite.
Hence, what is racist and what is not? I can say every nation has some precious things, and touching those things are out of boundaries for others. When it comes to that point, I believe a mute button can calm down the environment. However, who to judge if it is inside or out of the boundary and use the button? Well, that's another topic...
PS: I'm sorry not to give a quote from another person, but I believe my post is philosophical enough.
PS2: I recognized only girls gave quotes, so I believe I'm on the safe side.
PS3: -Girls: Only girls???!!! So you think you are better just because you are a guy???
- Lance: Oh, cmon, I didn't mean that...
-Girls: Yes you did, and you are a racist too. Look at what you said about poor Turks. We hate you. Admin ban him, and ban him twice. Die Lance die. You dirty bastard.
PS4: I mean no insult for girls. Plz don't make me banned:)
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/19/2009 11:24PM by Lancelot.