Student beaten in Kent dies

Student beaten in Kent dies

There are 130 comments on the Recordpub.com story from Nov 21, 2009, titled Student beaten in Kent dies. In it, Recordpub.com reports that:

A Kent State University student hospitalized after an attack last weekend died Saturday evening, according to Cleveland area news channels.

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mike

Akron, OH

#3 Nov 22, 2009
By a black - who called himself "blacky the blackest" on his My Space page. And still the cowardly liberal media and police only call this an unprovocted attact rather than a hate crime.

This type of person is what Kent and other colleges are attracting these days. Is it any wonder why only 74% of blacks that start college actually finish.
mike

Akron, OH

#4 Nov 22, 2009
Sorry, 74% DONT finish.
clue - get one

Canton, OH

#5 Nov 22, 2009
It is a hate crime. Until white folks have civil rights leaders on their side, the media and society will always see it different. Common sense people know better than the media and the majority of society.
rich

Cleveland, OH

#6 Nov 22, 2009
Where's Sharton Jackson ACLU NOW?
Bob

Chagrin Falls, OH

#7 Nov 22, 2009
oh sure. all of the rabbits was black.

Since: Nov 09

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#8 Nov 22, 2009
You people just don't get it. It's not the fault of "blacky the blackest" and once you give him a couple of years to mature he'll be a model citizen and probably cure cancer.(see, there's some hope for ruks' azz cancer yet)

Let me attempt to shed some enlightenment I've received from the brilliant mind of fellow poster Duke. A real smart cookie who deals with disadvantaged youth who has found 9 people that think the same way he does.

"Thats not what it is at all. You're ignorant, shallow, closed minded, with no ability to see beyond your own front porch or television screen.

Further, you ignore the fact that 9 of the most respected and talented legal minds in the nation recognize that juveniles growing up in poverty and with single parents typically are at a much greater risk of falling into a life of crime and that were those factors not in play, many of them would never do the things they end up doing. Those same legal minds and countless other professionals who work in the juvenile justice field also recognize that even absent the risks imposed by poverty, many children who commit crimes eventually grow up to be responsible and productive citizens at a later age, when they mature.

But you are mistaken if you think people dont change with age, or that every juvenile criminal is beyond hope or repair."

dookie,

I'm trying to do better, do I have it right or did I miss something? If I missed something, maybe you could share your enlightened viewpoint with the unwashed masses.

For those unfamiliar with duke, see "Take note APD, this is how it's done" in Akron Topix.
ARG

Uniontown, OH

#9 Nov 22, 2009
Allahu akbar you Infidels wrote:
You people just don't get it. It's not the fault of "blacky the blackest"
Son, your mom would have never stood for that kind of talk. She was for civil rights and equality. And she not only talked the talk, she walked the walk.

On many a balmy night I would escort her to Akron's West Side, where she would offer "reparations" to many of Akron's fine melanin-rich citizens. Whether it was in the bathroom of a nightclub, or behind a bush in Perkins Park, she treated those disadvantaged gentlemen with the enthusiasm of a true activist. And those fellows really appreciated the charity and the thought behind it.

At the end of those fun-filled evenings I would count the donations made in the name of goodwill by those gentlemen, while your mom would laze about in a satisfied sticky drunken slumber. Your mom developed quite the taste for cognac around that time as I recall.

I should think your mom advanced race relations a good thirty years. She was a giving lady for certain.

Since: Nov 09

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#10 Nov 22, 2009
ARG wrote:
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Son, your mom would have never stood for that kind of talk. She was for civil rights and equality. And she not only talked the talk, she walked the walk.
On many a balmy night I would escort her to Akron's West Side, where she would offer "reparations" to many of Akron's fine melanin-rich citizens. Whether it was in the bathroom of a nightclub, or behind a bush in Perkins Park, she treated those disadvantaged gentlemen with the enthusiasm of a true activist. And those fellows really appreciated the charity and the thought behind it.
At the end of those fun-filled evenings I would count the donations made in the name of goodwill by those gentlemen, while your mom would laze about in a satisfied sticky drunken slumber. Your mom developed quite the taste for cognac around that time as I recall.
I should think your mom advanced race relations a good thirty years. She was a giving lady for certain.
Thanks for providing more insight into your situation. It's clear you have a problem with reading comprehension. You'd not make such a fool of yourself if you actually read the stories before commenting.

BTW
Why aren't you using the cute little symbols to rate my posts today?
ARG

Uniontown, OH

#11 Nov 22, 2009
Allahu akbar you Infidels wrote:
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Thanks for providing more insight
I'll tell you who had great insight. Your mom. The woman had insight and instincts that were rarely wrong.

No matter what town she found herself waking up in, she could climb out of the back of a van and find the nearest adult bookstore. Uncanny. And her insight quickly boiled down situations into usable facts.

For example, your mom knew that first thing in the morning she looked a little rough around the edges. Her simple solution to that problem? The glory hole. Smart gal, your mom. Not only was she a trooper, she was an earner. You just don't see work ethic like that these days.

Since: Nov 09

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#13 Nov 22, 2009
ARG wrote:
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I'll tell you who had great insight. Your mom. The woman had insight and instincts that were rarely wrong.
No matter what town she found herself waking up in, she could climb out of the back of a van and find the nearest adult bookstore. Uncanny. And her insight quickly boiled down situations into usable facts.
For example, your mom knew that first thing in the morning she looked a little rough around the edges. Her simple solution to that problem? The glory hole. Smart gal, your mom. Not only was she a trooper, she was an earner. You just don't see work ethic like that these days.
I really didn't need to know where you spend your days and nights.
ARG

Uniontown, OH

#14 Nov 22, 2009
Allahu akbar you Infidels wrote:
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I really didn't need to know where you spend your days and nights.
Days, nights, your mom never cared.

It reminds me of the first time I treated to your mom to a night at the adult cinema. I have to admit I was rookie when it came to the booths in those days. You mom brought me up to speed quickly that night. Well, it actually started during the day. That woman was a fireball.

I remember being in a bit of a daze as we left the theater. It was the end of a very long day/night of adult activities. I'd like to think I matured a little that evening. She taught me and 37 other gentlemen things we'd only read of in books about Southeast Asia. Out of all the teachers I've ever had, your mom was by far the stickiest.

Us lucky fellas not only learned lessons on what could be done with ping-pong balls, a lit cigarette, and a lariat - I think we all learned a little bit about life. What a gal. You mom is tops in my book.

Since: Nov 09

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#15 Nov 22, 2009
ARG wrote:
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Days, nights, your mom never cared.
It reminds me of the first time I treated to your mom to a night at the adult cinema. I have to admit I was rookie when it came to the booths in those days. You mom brought me up to speed quickly that night. Well, it actually started during the day. That woman was a fireball.
I remember being in a bit of a daze as we left the theater. It was the end of a very long day/night of adult activities. I'd like to think I matured a little that evening. She taught me and 37 other gentlemen things we'd only read of in books about Southeast Asia. Out of all the teachers I've ever had, your mom was by far the stickiest.
Us lucky fellas not only learned lessons on what could be done with ping-pong balls, a lit cigarette, and a lariat - I think we all learned a little bit about life. What a gal. You mom is tops in my book.
The holidays must really be a rough time for you, you really miss your mommy/sister don't you? I don't know if sharing your experiences with her with the world is the best thing but if it makes you feel better, who am I to criticize.
ARG

Uniontown, OH

#16 Nov 22, 2009
Allahu akbar you Infidels wrote:
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The holidays
Your mom loved the holidays. I regret not getting her to buy you more educational toys, but you really did enjoy random shiny objects.

Your mom got so frisky during the holiday season that I once saw her rape a decorated fire hydrant. It took her ten minutes and a borrowed bottle of chain-oil, but soon she was was smiling and stuffed upright like a beer-can chicken. Or maybe that should be a Xmas goose? I think your mom would have liked that! What a woman.

Since: Nov 09

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#18 Nov 22, 2009
ARG wrote:
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Your mom loved the holidays. I regret not getting her to buy you more educational toys, but you really did enjoy random shiny objects.
Your mom got so frisky during the holiday season that I once saw her rape a decorated fire hydrant. It took her ten minutes and a borrowed bottle of chain-oil, but soon she was was smiling and stuffed upright like a beer-can chicken. Or maybe that should be a Xmas goose? I think your mom would have liked that! What a woman.
With the advent of the internet, your mom/sister would be quite a draw for you pervs. A woman ahead of her time.
Bob

Chagrin Falls, OH

#19 Nov 22, 2009
isnt there a christmas song adesta infedlis ?

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#21 Nov 22, 2009
adeste infedlis ;)
haha

Uniontown, OH

#24 Nov 22, 2009
Allahu akbar you Infidels wrote:
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With the advent of the internet, your mom/sister would be quite a draw for you pervs. A woman ahead of her time.
lol, no game at all

Since: Nov 09

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#26 Nov 22, 2009
haha wrote:
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lol, no game at all
Wasn't intended to be "game", just a sad commentary of the world today.

Why don't you just stick to one name? Changing to multiple identities only proves you a fool or just some poor mentally challenged tool with multiple personalities.

Given the quality of your posts, it's hard to determine which is at play.

Since: Nov 09

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#27 Nov 22, 2009
Hey what happened? Mommy caught you playing on the computer without permission and you're now on time out?
oh no

Uniontown, OH

#28 Nov 22, 2009
Allahu akbar you Infidels wrote:
Hey what happened? Mommy caught you playing on the computer without permission and you're now on time out?
LOL, no game.

Come back ARG, please keep smashing this fool

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