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post #5026 of 6250
You need codeine for lean, which is something Trayvon was asking for on his Facebook repeatedly prior to this incident. He also had fatty liver deposits consistent with Syzurp consumption.
post #5027 of 6250
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post


Zimmerman did profile T and was asked by the police not to engage him...

He decided to engage him and therefore bears some responsability in the outcome of the incident.


There is no evidence of T jumping him and if someone was trying to stop me in the street without any reason and restrain my movements,I will certainly finish punching him to protect myself.

Your entire summary is false. These same flasehoods have been repeatedly pointed out over the last 300 pages. This is what is most tiring for myself.

But hey, If you want to make judgments based on lies that's your right under CRT.
post #5028 of 6250
DOJ won't let Zimmerman have his firearm back; gun shop offers him a free gun:

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57594495/doj-to-sanford-fla-police-hold-on-to-zimmerman-evidence/
post #5029 of 6250
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

You need codeine for lean, which is something Trayvon was asking for on his Facebook repeatedly prior to this incident. He also had fatty liver deposits consistent with Syzurp consumption.

Codeine and promethazine. I had that shit once. Knocked me the fuck out. Half of the rappers from Houston are dead because of it.
post #5030 of 6250
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Codeine and promethazine. I had that shit once. Knocked me the fuck out. Half of the rappers from Houston are dead because of it.

Houston is the world innovator and capital of the energy industry.

The Purple Drank Industry too. DJ Screw was the originator,

http://dangerousminds.net/comments/death_by_sizzurp_dj_screw_and_the_lethal_purple_drank_hip-hop_subculture_of

&

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_drank

We are proud of both,
post #5031 of 6250
Forty one percent agree with verdict . Fifteen precent think its murder . This is a Huffington Post readers poll as liberal as it gets without moving into coocoo country . I seriously doubt with those numbers we will see anymore prosecution of George Zimmerman . Lip service and political posturing meybe but I predict this case to be history
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Forty one percent agree with verdict . Fifteen precent think its murder . This is a Huffington Post readers poll as liberal as it gets without moving into coocoo country . I seriously doubt with those numbers we will see anymore prosecution of George Zimmerman . Lip service and political posturing meybe but I predict this case to be history

Diversion from the benghazi scandal?

 

Diversion from NSA spying on citizens scandal?

 

A controlled scadal that is controlled by Obama to eat up headlines and divide people?

 

Think about all the ethics Obama broke forcing Zimmerman to prosecution by political means. They removed the prosecutor. They fired the police chief and removed his police department because they determined it was self defense. The police chief said they told him they didn't care if Zimmerman walked they wanted a trial for the public. The special prosecutor withheld evidence from the defense. Obama stirs the pot as often as possible tainting the jury pool. To what end? To prosecute a man who had his skull cracked open by a man who had liver damage from abusing drugs known to make people agressive and pictures on his phone of smoking weed and posing with guns, a man who had tools to break into homes and stolen property, a man who has a history of disciplinary problems, a man trained to fight. Zimmerman on the other hand has a history of help the underdog, standing up for a homeless black man, reaching out to minorities in his community. What is the real reason Obama is using this event to distract the public?

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Diversion from the benghazi scandal?

Diversion from NSA spying on citizens scandal?

A controlled scadal that is controlled by Obama to eat up headlines and divide people?

Think about all the ethics Obama broke forcing Zimmerman to prosecution by political means. They removed the prosecutor. They fired the police chief and removed his police department because they determined it was self defense. The police chief said they told him they didn't care if Zimmerman walked they wanted a trial for the public. The special prosecutor withheld evidence from the defense. Obama stirs the pot as often as possible tainting the jury pool. To what end? To prosecute a man who had his skull cracked open by a man who had liver damage from abusing drugs known to make people agressive and pictures on his phone of smoking weed and posing with guns, a man who had tools to break into homes and stolen property, a man who has a history of disciplinary problems, a man trained to fight. Zimmerman on the other hand has a history of help the underdog, standing up for a homeless black man, reaching out to minorities in his community.
What is the real reason Obama is using this event to distract the public?

post #5034 of 6250
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What is the real reason Obama is using this event to distract the public?

The reason is that he is a great, trans-formative Nobel winning extraordinary President.

And he thought this use of the Bully Pulpit and the other means ( a politically driven prosecution et al ) would bring our country together and continue the path of a post racial America that started with his ascension to the Heavens,

In other news, Tiger Woods has a good chance to break his schneid and win another major tomorrow, But he would have to come from behind which he has never done in a major. No sweat, if he loses it will be because of conservatives, racism, and perhaps a bit of GWB.
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post #5038 of 6250
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

ok, does it seem that perhaps black men should wonder why people are scared of them?

I saw a black man in my local coffee shop today, probably 6 foot 2-3, and I didn't find him scary at all. he was wearing a pair of linen pants, nice shoes and a blue button down shirt.

I don't like to think of myself as a racist, but I will certainly teach my kids to be careful of suspicious people, including profiling. that is common sense.

Sounds pretty much like the definition of racism. Blacks have to look how you desire for them to be acceptable.
I don't personally think racism is a great big deal. The vast majority of the time it doesn't effect anyone, so I don't see why people deny it.
post #5039 of 6250
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Originally Posted by jpeirpont View Post

Sounds pretty much like the definition of racism. Blacks have to look how you desire for them to be acceptable.
I don't personally think racism is a great big deal. The vast majority of the time it doesn't effect anyone, so I don't see why people deny it.

People need to present themselves in socially acceptable ways no matter what colour they are. If I saw a large white guy with a shaved head, swastika tats, in leather and denim am I being racist to keep an eye on him? I personally think it is lame not to acknowledge that how we present ourselves is designed to send messages about ourselves to others.
post #5040 of 6250
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

People need to present themselves in socially acceptable ways no matter what colour they are. If I saw a large white guy with a shaved head, swastika tats, in leather and denim am I being racist to keep an eye on him? I personally think it is lame not to acknowledge that how we present ourselves is designed to send messages about ourselves to others.

Way to extreme of a comparison to make any sense to me. Most young black men dress in hip hop clothing. A small minority of nuts dress as neo nazis.
As I said people can use whatever cues they like, race, smell, height I'm not being insincere when I say I don't think its a sin. Better to be racist or whatever than be uncomfortable or dead, is my opinion. But saying a race of men (he said black men) need to dress as you desire them to, is racist IMO.
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