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lexington

United States

#1 May 3, 2010
i was at the park today and there were many people with their pants sagging, but there was a balck kid there and the boykins family was there at a birthday party, and they called the law and said there was a black kid there showing his butt and had the law come adn say something to him, but hte funny thing was that there was nothing said about the white kids with their pants sagging, i know the opfficer was just doing his job but it was awful funny that nothing is ever said about the white kids only the black kids. Seems like keith boykins and his racist family dont like people of color, pretty sad seems to me seeing aas how his children are some of the trashiest low life drug head hoes in this town, i mean yeah i understand that there are kids there and to some extent sagging should be controlled but dotn just pick on one kid because he is black especially when your own children are so trashy. The kid at the park that was picked out of all the other kids is a really good kid that bothers no one when he is there just comes to play basketball, and we all seen the finger pointing and mouth running when they left but its awful funny you wont say anything to his or the friend he was with face, cowards they are cowards they will always be. Its about time the racism stopsespecially seeing as how bad you ahve raised your own kids!
Really

Irvine, KY

#2 May 3, 2010
Well I agree with you it is not right to just pick on that one kid cause he is Black. And if I remeber right Keith Son in law wears his pants sagging.
pullmup

North Lewisburg, OH

#3 May 4, 2010
Black or white-pull your pants up. Good grief, do you really think we want to see all that ?
I hate to see anyone with sagging pants. Makes me want to say something to them no matter what the race.
A young man came to date my daughter with his pants sagging, I sent him packing. The look is horrible. Not to mention, we do not want to see your underwear.
true

Fort Worth, TX

#4 May 4, 2010
i moved out of Irvine long ago and I have 2 bi-racial children and when i come back home to visit I get the rude comments and stares and it pisses me off because what difference does it make what color someones skin is they are still humans and they still have feelings just like anyone else. I had a lady at the grocery store make a comments one time when i was home about my daughter and my Mom had to pull me out of the store cause i wanted to hurt that stupid lady. My family used to be the same way until i had my kids and then they realized color is only skin deep.
same here

Irvine, KY

#5 May 4, 2010
I know what your saying. I don't have any kids but my boyfriend is black, he is one of the best guys you will ever meet. You should see the looks you get when were together, at first it bothered me but I don't care anymore. My family was kind of the same way til I started dating him and they realized how good of a person he is. I just wished people would realize that everyone is the same only difference is color.
sadnews

Dallas, TX

#6 May 4, 2010
same here wrote:
I know what your saying. I don't have any kids but my boyfriend is black, he is one of the best guys you will ever meet. You should see the looks you get when were together, at first it bothered me but I don't care anymore. My family was kind of the same way til I started dating him and they realized how good of a person he is. I just wished people would realize that everyone is the same only difference is color.
I agree.I saw all the sorry white men my mom dated and that just made me not want to have anything to do with them.I am married now and have been for ten years and I am very happy.people in irvine are just closed minded and don't like change or anything that isn't like it was 100 years ago...lol
sadnews

Dallas, TX

#7 May 4, 2010
same here wrote:
I know what your saying. I don't have any kids but my boyfriend is black, he is one of the best guys you will ever meet. You should see the looks you get when were together, at first it bothered me but I don't care anymore. My family was kind of the same way til I started dating him and they realized how good of a person he is. I just wished people would realize that everyone is the same only difference is color.
Lol sorry forgot to change my name back to true on the reply
babybear

North Lewisburg, OH

#8 May 5, 2010
same here wrote:
I know what your saying. I don't have any kids but my boyfriend is black, he is one of the best guys you will ever meet. You should see the looks you get when were together, at first it bothered me but I don't care anymore. My family was kind of the same way til I started dating him and they realized how good of a person he is. I just wished people would realize that everyone is the same only difference is color.
Don;t kid yourself, your family has dealt with it cause they had no choice. Wow. Get real.
I know firsthand how it is and as a family we do what we have to do no matter if we like it or not.
Mixed mariages are so unfair to the kids. They have no choice they were put in a situation that will never change.
mammabear

North Lewisburg, OH

#9 May 5, 2010
Times have changed but not that much, most families deal with mixed marriages and bi-racial kids cause they have no choice it is forced on them. If you think you just get strange stares only in Irvine then you do not get out much.
I was forced in a situation with bi-racial step grandkids. talk about a hard thing to do.
Our family was always racist I guess . Why do you think all that changes just because of the choices you make ? It does not just go away. I was told what to buy for them for birthdays and Christmas and always tiptoed around anything not wanting hurt feelings. I quit buying gifts, I will not be told what to buy as a gift.The kids are good but forced into a situation not by choice. Think what you want but times are not changing that quickly.
It is hard on a family to deal with. Remember, mom & dad, brothers & sisters all are affected by force., not choice.
Do what you want to do, you will anyway, but quit forcing the issue. You may want a change but not everyone does. Wake up . My will is made so no worry about who gets what if you get my drift.
true

Fort Worth, TX

#10 May 5, 2010
mammabear wrote:
Times have changed but not that much, most families deal with mixed marriages and bi-racial kids cause they have no choice it is forced on them. If you think you just get strange stares only in Irvine then you do not get out much.
I was forced in a situation with bi-racial step grandkids. talk about a hard thing to do.
Our family was always racist I guess . Why do you think all that changes just because of the choices you make ? It does not just go away. I was told what to buy for them for birthdays and Christmas and always tiptoed around anything not wanting hurt feelings. I quit buying gifts, I will not be told what to buy as a gift.The kids are good but forced into a situation not by choice. Think what you want but times are not changing that quickly.
It is hard on a family to deal with. Remember, mom & dad, brothers & sisters all are affected by force., not choice.
Do what you want to do, you will anyway, but quit forcing the issue. You may want a change but not everyone does. Wake up . My will is made so no worry about who gets what if you get my drift.
i think what you just said is crazy. No one forces that on their families. We cant help who we fall in love with. What does it matter what race they are as long as they are good to us and make us happy. My kids dont suffer from anything because they have a good family that is strong and loves them. where i live people accept them no matter what. Its these little closed minded small towns that have the issue with it. I remember when i was younger and lived in irvine and there was a black state cop came in to town and he was married to a white lady. People treated him so bad and did such stupid things to him. I remember one time a guy asked him "i heard you were married to a white lady and then he said I dont blame you i wouldnt marry a ni00- either" that is ignorant.God made us all the same. There are good white people and good black people and good mexicans and so on and there are bad ones just the same. Color is skin deep,its whats inside someones heart that matters. if you dont want a change then thats fine no one said you had to but please dont say we force this on our families. my family had the choice to not accept it. i am a grown women i dont need to ask permission from my family who i can marry or date or have kids with. that is my choice if they dont like it then they can stay away.its that simple
right on

United States

#11 May 5, 2010
I didn't start out being racist until I started working with black people. I can now say that I am a full fledged racist now. I don't like their culture or their attitude. I hate the fact that most feel as if caucasions owe them the world and then some. The thing with the pants hanging around their @$$ nasty. I dont want to see someone's @$$ or thier greasy looking boxer or dingy whities!! Pull em up! Alway quick to jump on caucasions for slurs like natty or n!&&er but if they say it to each other or to you then it is perfectly acceptable!
mammabear

North Lewisburg, OH

#13 May 5, 2010
true wrote:
<quoted text>
i think what you just said is crazy. No one forces that on their families. We cant help who we fall in love with. What does it matter what race they are as long as they are good to us and make us happy. My kids dont suffer from anything because they have a good family that is strong and loves them. where i live people accept them no matter what. Its these little closed minded small towns that have the issue with it. I remember when i was younger and lived in irvine and there was a black state cop came in to town and he was married to a white lady. People treated him so bad and did such stupid things to him. I remember one time a guy asked him "i heard you were married to a white lady and then he said I dont blame you i wouldnt marry a ni00- either" that is ignorant.God made us all the same. There are good white people and good black people and good mexicans and so on and there are bad ones just the same. Color is skin deep,its whats inside someones heart that matters. if you dont want a change then thats fine no one said you had to but please dont say we force this on our families. my family had the choice to not accept it. i am a grown women i dont need to ask permission from my family who i can marry or date or have kids with. that is my choice if they dont like it then they can stay away.its that simple
So yes, you do force it on your family, they have no choice in the matter cause you do what you want anyway. If you really think your family would have chose to do that....wrong. I know, first hand. Read your response again at the end. That is how it is.
Boo hoo hurt my feelings. Most black people think a race should stick to their own just like most white people. Changing times, I think not.
KING KONG

Irvine, KY

#14 May 5, 2010
pullmup wrote:
Black or white-pull your pants up. Good grief, do you really think we want to see all that ?
I hate to see anyone with sagging pants. Makes me want to say something to them no matter what the race.
A young man came to date my daughter with his pants sagging, I sent him packing. The look is horrible. Not to mention, we do not want to see your underwear.
pants on the ground,pants on the ground u look stupid with ur pants on the ground!!!!!!!!
Amazed

Jacksonville, FL

#15 May 5, 2010
I'm amazed and saddened by the attitude that some of you ignorant people have. I'm a mother of 2 bi-racial children and my kids are smarter and more well behaved than most of the kids I see running around the streets of Irvine when I do come home. Not to mention that they're 10 times cleaner than any of them. The only difference between black people and white people is the color of their skin. And if some black people act like they're owed something maybe they are. They're owed the same respect that you'd give to any white person. To say that this is something we forced on our families doesn't even make sense. I fell in love with my kids father, I didn't ask anyone in my family to accept it and I didn't fault them for not accepting it. I've gotten dirty looks, I've been called names, I've gone years without speaking to some of my family members because of the way they looked at me and my kids. I was the one forced to tolerate the looks and comments. And if mixed marriages are unfair to the kids, it's only because of ignorant people like the ones posting on here. We don't make things hard on our families or our children because they're bi-racial, the ignorant people do. Check back with me in a few years and I gaurantee my bi-racial children will still be years ahead of your pure bred white kids...
mammbear

North Lewisburg, OH

#16 May 6, 2010
Amazed wrote:
I'm amazed and saddened by the attitude that some of you ignorant people have. I'm a mother of 2 bi-racial children and my kids are smarter and more well behaved than most of the kids I see running around the streets of Irvine when I do come home. Not to mention that they're 10 times cleaner than any of them. The only difference between black people and white people is the color of their skin. And if some black people act like they're owed something maybe they are. They're owed the same respect that you'd give to any white person. To say that this is something we forced on our families doesn't even make sense. I fell in love with my kids father, I didn't ask anyone in my family to accept it and I didn't fault them for not accepting it. I've gotten dirty looks, I've been called names, I've gone years without speaking to some of my family members because of the way they looked at me and my kids. I was the one forced to tolerate the looks and comments. And if mixed marriages are unfair to the kids, it's only because of ignorant people like the ones posting on here. We don't make things hard on our families or our children because they're bi-racial, the ignorant people do. Check back with me in a few years and I gaurantee my bi-racial children will still be years ahead of your pure bred white kids...
You are the idiot for thinking your family is wrong for feeling like they do or anyone else for that matter.
You made the choice for yourself and your kids and your family. No, we do not owe a black person anything at all. Equal, rights, that is what you want, no freebees. For you to think all family members are ok with your choices is unreal. All the rude comments and looks you get will be even worse for your kids, I bet you never considered them at all. I too hope they do better than you and do not end up on the welfare gravy train. If you think they will be special, you are blind. I feel sorry for your family cause I truely know what it is like and it is not good.
When your bi-racial kids grow up they may marry the same race and chance having a bi-racial baby cause you made the choice for them. Good mom.
I will not ever treat them special again, I hate our family had to go through this by force, yes force. We did not choose it. If it means I do not see my own kid, I am ok with that too. If you think your kids will not be troubled by others then you are blind to the real world. No special treatment given . Respect is earned not given freely.
Think what you want, I do not really care and as I said no special treatment here anymore. Never should have been made to feel that way anyhow. You chose to accept the rude comments and looks when you decided to mix a marriage. Deal with it.
What the hell

Irvine, KY

#18 May 6, 2010
Even if it means you don't see your own kid your alright with that? There will be hell or high water before anyone or situation comes between me and my child. Life is short, their only little for a little while, blink and ya miss it. Hope your getting what I'm tryin' to say. I think its sad for ppl to give dirty looks. Whats it to you? Black white whatever your skin color, we're all humans. Whatever happened to peace, love, happiness and can't we all just get the Hell along!?
Amazed

Jacksonville, FL

#19 May 6, 2010
mammbear wrote:
<quoted text>
You are the idiot for thinking your family is wrong for feeling like they do or anyone else for that matter.
You made the choice for yourself and your kids and your family. No, we do not owe a black person anything at all. Equal, rights, that is what you want, no freebees. For you to think all family members are ok with your choices is unreal. All the rude comments and looks you get will be even worse for your kids, I bet you never considered them at all. I too hope they do better than you and do not end up on the welfare gravy train. If you think they will be special, you are blind. I feel sorry for your family cause I truely know what it is like and it is not good.
When your bi-racial kids grow up they may marry the same race and chance having a bi-racial baby cause you made the choice for them. Good mom.
I will not ever treat them special again, I hate our family had to go through this by force, yes force. We did not choose it. If it means I do not see my own kid, I am ok with that too. If you think your kids will not be troubled by others then you are blind to the real world. No special treatment given . Respect is earned not given freely.
Think what you want, I do not really care and as I said no special treatment here anymore. Never should have been made to feel that way anyhow. You chose to accept the rude comments and looks when you decided to mix a marriage. Deal with it.
What an ignorant piece of $hit you are! I can only imagine the kinds of idiots a moron like you would raise. I don't know where you got the impression I'm riding the welfare train or whatever your ignorant behind called it but honey, I make $45K a year, live in a 4 bedroom house, attend college full time and my kids make straight A's and get in NO TROUBLE. So, yeah,*itch, my kids are now and will always be better than the offspring of some backwoods *unt like you who's to racist to accept people for who they are rather than the color of thier skin.
I don't care if my family or anyone else accepts or is bothered by the color of my kids skin. That's thier problem and your problem, not mine. I love my family in spite of how they may or may not feel about me. That's the difference between someone like me and a racist piece of crap like you, my heart is filled with love and yours is filled with hate.
Deal with that.
yep

United States

#21 May 6, 2010
Amazed wrote:
<quoted text>
What an ignorant piece of $hit you are! I can only imagine the kinds of idiots a moron like you would raise. I don't know where you got the impression I'm riding the welfare train or whatever your ignorant behind called it but honey, I make $45K a year, live in a 4 bedroom house, attend college full time and my kids make straight A's and get in NO TROUBLE. So, yeah,*itch, my kids are now and will always be better than the offspring of some backwoods *unt like you who's to racist to accept people for who they are rather than the color of thier skin. good for you-- what do you want an award or something? Sounds like you fit in just fine with the world owes me something mentality.
I don't care if my family or anyone else accepts or is bothered by the color of my kids skin. That's thier problem and your problem, not mine. I love my family in spite of how they may or may not feel about me. That's the difference between someone like me and a racist piece of crap like you, my heart is filled with love and yours is filled with hate.
Deal with that.
good for you! what do you want and award or something. Sounds like you fit in just fine with the world owes me something mentality. I think you are the piece of crap for causing such a rift in your family. Not blaming your kids they didn't have a choice in the matter but you sure did.One other thing, how could you lay down with a greasy black man..GROSS!!!!

Since: Apr 10

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#22 May 6, 2010
Heř Yep, I can pretty much predict what is in your future and it aint good.
king kong

Irvine, KY

#23 May 6, 2010
Amazed wrote:
I'm amazed and saddened by the attitude that some of you ignorant people have. I'm a mother of 2 bi-racial children and my kids are smarter and more well behaved than most of the kids I see running around the streets of Irvine when I do come home. Not to mention that they're 10 times cleaner than any of them. The only difference between black people and white people is the color of their skin. And if some black people act like they're owed something maybe they are. They're owed the same respect that you'd give to any white person. To say that this is something we forced on our families doesn't even make sense. I fell in love with my kids father, I didn't ask anyone in my family to accept it and I didn't fault them for not accepting it. I've gotten dirty looks, I've been called names, I've gone years without speaking to some of my family members because of the way they looked at me and my kids. I was the one forced to tolerate the looks and comments. And if mixed marriages are unfair to the kids, it's only because of ignorant people like the ones posting on here. We don't make things hard on our families or our children because they're bi-racial, the ignorant people do. Check back with me in a few years and I gaurantee my bi-racial children will still be years ahead of your pure bred white kids...
hey im not racist white or black pants on the ground is stupid i to have two bi racial and i love them more than live its self

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