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  • in reply to: Shitty black culture #16294

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    Whatever, ur just a square dude.

  • in reply to: Roseanne Discussion #16006

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    Episode 4 is the best so far. Gavin McInnes would love this episode.

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    No spoilers but these videos relate perfectly:

    Oh look! Just checked and sure ’nuff he’s a fan. Wonder if he has seen this episode yet…

    https://twitter.com/Gavin_McInnes/status/978797015730720768

  • in reply to: Roseanne Discussion #15978

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    Relatable Ben Shapiro excerpt from “Primetime Propaganda:”

    “Maude’s most famous moment, though, was the title character’s abortion. In 1972, just before Roe v. Wade was decided by the Supreme Court, Maude, then forty-seven years old, decided to abort her fetus. The episode was a two-parter. At the end, Maude has a crucial exchange with her husband, Walter.

    “Just tell me, Walter, that I’m doing the right thing not having the baby,” she says.
    “For you, Maude. For me. In the privacy of our own lives. You’re doing the right thing,” he replies.
    Harris was just getting started. Her first successful series creation was Soap, quite possibly the most controversial series in television history. It started from Harris’s desire to write a serialized comedy rather than the self-contained half-hours television had always embraced.

    “It really wasn’t a satire on soap operas,” she continued. “It was called Soap because it was a good title and had the form of a soap opera, which was, you know, hooks and cliffhangers and not knowing where the story was going to go.”
    While the series did satirize soap operas in a soft way, it was far more about character and politics. In keeping with the prevailing liberal sensibilities of the time, it focused on upper-crust liberals rather than downtrodden ones; since the Nixon Administration, liberals had shunned the non-minority lower classes.

    The series’ first true political breakthrough came in the form of Jodie Dallas (Billy Crystal), an openly gay man who makes a plea for tolerance of his sexual orientation in the third episode of the first season (after he shows up wearing a dress in the second episode). He confronts his stepfather, Burt: “You hate me because I’m gay, right?” Burt assents. To which Jodie responds: “Look at me, I’m a person . . . Burt, just think of me as a person, that’s all. That’s all I am, I’m a person sitting here. Burt, look at me, I’m a person . . . who happens to like men!” Burt balks, then finally accepts Jodie for who he is.

    Crystal started the trend of “playing gay,” which has become a must-do for so many television and film actors as a mark of artistic credibility. But it wasn’t easy. “I was Jackie Robinson for a while,” he told the New York Times. “It was very creepy at the beginning.” But Crystal’s presence on the show did exactly what its creators thought it would do: it warmed the audience up to the gay agenda. Near the end of the show, Jodie became embroiled in a battle over the custody of his love child. “The mail was three to one that I should get the child,” Crystal said, “and I thought that was the biggest victory of all.”

  • in reply to: Roseanne Discussion #15977

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    faggot roseanne

    Ugh…. the second episode is all about accepting their faggy grandson. I did this as a kid, tbh. I even wore a dress to school. It was just shock value and being weird. Trying to be funny. Push boundaries. That’s natural. But I was well liked and grew up in a post Columbine era where you get bonus points for being a weirdo. This episode concedes to the belief system held by libshits who project their own victim narrative values onto children. The faggy grandson says “It’s really important to me.” What!? The point the aunt makes about how some gender roles are arbitrary is true, but pick one. You really think any kid his age thinks it’s like a civil rights issue? Think that is something universal and not just unique to the dying empire of America? Nothing makes my blood boil more than “””progressive””” parents fucking up their children for years to come under the mask of tolerance. And even though Roseanne and her husband are combative on crossdressing, they ultimately show positive character development when they decide to accept their faggy kid just the way he is. (I can’t be picky in 2018, I know, but this is really sad that this is considered conservative.)

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  • in reply to: Memes & cute shit to cheer you up #15872

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  • in reply to: Anybody else try to meditate? #15862

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  • in reply to: Memes & cute shit to cheer you up #15858

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  • in reply to: Memes & cute shit to cheer you up #15855

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  • in reply to: Good retro vibes thread! #15757

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    Reminds me of Jus†ice! These guys connected in any way?

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  • in reply to: Good retro vibes thread! #15756

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    HIGH ENERGY!
    HIGH ENERGY!
    HIGH ENERGY!
    HIGH ENERGY!
    HIGH ENERGY!
    HIGH ENERGY!

    Refugees Welcome

  • in reply to: NO MORE FEAR! STAND UP! SPEAK OUT! #15754

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    This may not be very whitepilling but it may help you get over your fears of speaking out. And it connects with Crowder’s inspirational speech pretty well.

    https://twitter.com/FrameGames/status/977785688597913600

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by  just_kyle.
  • in reply to: Anybody else try to meditate? #15725

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    *A.D.D.

  • in reply to: How can you guys even stomach tv now? #15714

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  • in reply to: Grateful #15709

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    Amen! But then again, ignorance is bliss, no? Part of the problem we’re in (importing subhumans that are rotting our empire from the inside) comes from this idea that we all think the same. “We’re all equal. Also, Diversity is our strength, goy.”

    So I think it’s important to remember that, if you were born with the genes that produce third world shit hole countries, then you’d probably be fine there. We can’t fathom it. And I guess it’s ignorant to say the shitty standard of living over there go completely unnoticed, otherwise they wouldn’t be dying to flood into our countries. It’s just sort of like the hobo thing. “If I was homeless I’d X,Y,Z” Yeah, that’s why ur not homeless.

    Hmm, but yeah I think most of us would agree that we’re lucky to be born in this era v.s. the dark ages. So it’s not just about genetics, eh? But by the grace of god go we.

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