Cheese Puff Daddy

Park Hills, MO

#1 Feb 16, 2013
How do you feel about the different variations of the N word that are being used today?
nina

Johnson City, TN

#2 Feb 16, 2013
how bout chu.jus axe one.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Park Hills, MO

#3 Feb 16, 2013
nina wrote:
how bout chu.jus axe one.
Axe one what?
Save the Compassion

United States

#4 Feb 16, 2013
That word along with the "c" word and the "r" word are never acceptable to be used by anyone, of any color, gender or assumed mental capacity EVER.

I will call you out any time I hear it. I don't care who you are. It's time to end it.
Love will sweep those words into the dustbin of hate eventually. Let's just go ahead and do it now.

Haters die. Love wins.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Park Hills, MO

#5 Feb 16, 2013
Save the Compassion wrote:
That word along with the "c" word and the "r" word are never acceptable to be used by anyone, of any color, gender or assumed mental capacity EVER.

I will call you out any time I hear it. I don't care who you are. It's time to end it.
Love will sweep those words into the dustbin of hate eventually. Let's just go ahead and do it now.

Haters die. Love wins.
I never really understood the mystical powers of the "C" word
Save the Compassion

United States

#6 Feb 16, 2013
That's cause you're a guy. We guys really can't totally comprehend the demeaning connotations that the "c" word carries with it. Nothing compares with it when directed in the male direction.

Women understand. Some men have a slight clue. Most don't.
Patrick

Durham, NC

#7 Feb 16, 2013
Save the Compassion wrote:
That word along with the "c" word and the "r" word are never acceptable to be used by anyone, of any color, gender or assumed mental capacity EVER.
I will call you out any time I hear it. I don't care who you are. It's time to end it.
Love will sweep those words into the dustbin of hate eventually. Let's just go ahead and do it now.
Haters die. Love wins.
God Knows, I'd like to meet with you (male or female) and just have a cup of coffee with you. An intelligible conversation with a caring personality. There's not many of us left. I go weeks at a time without regretting the conversation I just engaged in. I have come to loathe Tennessee. The leaders are the worst and most (not all) but most of the churches are absolutely worthless ......
Cheese Puff Daddy

Park Hills, MO

#8 Feb 16, 2013
Patrick wrote:
<quoted text>God Knows, I'd like to meet with you (male or female) and just have a cup of coffee with you. An intelligible conversation with a caring personality. There's not many of us left. I go weeks at a time without regretting the conversation I just engaged in. I have come to loathe Tennessee. The leaders are the worst and most (not all) but most of the churches are absolutely worthless ......
Why do you stay in TN then?
Cheese Puff Daddy

Park Hills, MO

#9 Feb 16, 2013
Save the Compassion wrote:
That's cause you're a guy. We guys really can't totally comprehend the demeaning connotations that the "c" word carries with it. Nothing compares with it when directed in the male direction.

Women understand. Some men have a slight clue. Most don't.
http://youtu.be/kNSwuSQS8a8

I think I understand now
tell the truth

Bristol, TN

#10 Feb 17, 2013
Black people give everyone the right to use the n word. They say to everyone and each other so if they don't white people to say it o'well!! O I forgot didn't al sharpton dig a hole and bury it. So long to the word bigger!! Dr. Martin Luther king would roll over in his grave if he seen how black men act today.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Park Hills, MO

#11 Feb 17, 2013
tell the truth wrote:
Black people give everyone the right to use the n word. They say to everyone and each other so if they don't white people to say it o'well!! O I forgot didn't al sharpton dig a hole and bury it. So long to the word bigger!! Dr. Martin Luther king would roll over in his grave if he seen how black men act today.
I'm watching Roots as I post this. After seeing what their ancestors went through and what that word represents you'd think they would never wanna use any variation of that word in a positive type of context. Seems its doing their ancestors a great disservice to the horrors and sacrifices they endured. Ill never understand how the word was allowed to gain main stream acceptance. I'm sure someone will chime in that the times have changed and so has its meaning but somehow it still seems wrong.. Just my opinion
Save the Compassion

United States

#12 Feb 17, 2013
It is an evil word that should never be thought, much less spoken ever again.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Park Hills, MO

#13 Feb 17, 2013
Save the Compassion wrote:
It is an evil word that should never be thought, much less spoken ever again.
Do you think the younger black generations have just plain forgotten (not bothered to learn) the true demeaning nature of the word?
Save the Compassion

United States

#14 Feb 17, 2013
It is the righteous obligation of the younger generation to find music and customs that piss their parents off. That doesn't make it smart. Most have not considered the consequences of their actions.
As most of us did not when we were that age.

Sometimes mistakes are what is required to bring enlightenment.
Patrick

Durham, NC

#15 Feb 18, 2013
The N word should not be acceptable even said by comedians, and any time a NAZI flag is flown , it should be shot at. There are differing reasons for flying a confederate flag. Personally, I'm opposed to them.

I don't like rednecks and sometimes I make them pay for what they are
Cheese Puff Daddy

Park Hills, MO

#16 Feb 18, 2013
Patrick wrote:
The N word should not be acceptable even said by comedians, and any time a NAZI flag is flown , it should be shot at. There are differing reasons for flying a confederate flag. Personally, I'm opposed to them.

I don't like rednecks and sometimes I make them pay for what they are
It's interesting how the word "redneck" has evolved since its original origin too.
CommonCents

Kingsport, TN

#17 Feb 18, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
<quoted text>
It's interesting how the word "redneck" has evolved since its original origin too.
That's right, Puff. Few people even know the original meaning of the word and jump on it like a duck on a Junebug. It's pitiful that some people who have no inkling as to word origins just plod along on a spoonfed diet of b.s.! My hat is off to ya, Puff. Nice to hear from someone with good common sense.

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