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College Professor Arrested for Profane Rant at Pro-Life Students

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Sofa King Cool

Louisville, KY

#3 Apr 18, 2013
icouldusesomehel p wrote:
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Go wake lighturdnut up. Do it now. Tell Grub and Private Booby Lee they have to get up too. Time to brush their toophs.
Poverty, as found in parts of the Appalacian Mountains, has direct implications for a person's health and education. As with many of your posts, your last line takes aim at persons without means. In other words, you bully poor people.
Non Response

Louisville, KY

#6 Apr 18, 2013
icouldusesomehel p wrote:
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Poverty is a choice.
Not a serious response. I part ways with the poster who believes you are anti-white. I think you are just an everday bully who uses the umbrella of anti-racism to bully others. Nearly every insult you hurl at others has it's roots in poverty. You show no understanding of the southern area, the economy, the culture, the origin of various dialects, history, etc. I lived in three southern states and worked in four. Everytime you mimic the speech of others, I think about Ebonics. One California district treats it as a language. So, while you have great numbers of African Americans in your state speaking Ebonics, you reach across the US to mimic others who do not speak standard English. Atlanta is a bustling city with large numbers of recent migrants, young people, Jews, Asians, Blacks, and Whites. There is nothing wrong with discussing differences and the mere discussion of them or beginning a thread about them doesn't constitute racism. There is good argument for more discussion, not less. Calling people racists who are not is not helpful. I have called you no names. Please do not call me a stupid hillbilly.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8 Apr 22, 2013
Non Response wrote:
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Not a serious response. I part ways with the poster who believes you are anti-white. I think you are just an everday bully who uses the umbrella of anti-racism to bully others. Nearly every insult you hurl at others has it's roots in poverty. You show no understanding of the southern area, the economy, the culture, the origin of various dialects, history, etc. I lived in three southern states and worked in four. Everytime you mimic the speech of others, I think about Ebonics. One California district treats it as a language. So, while you have great numbers of African Americans in your state speaking Ebonics, you reach across the US to mimic others who do not speak standard English. Atlanta is a bustling city with large numbers of recent migrants, young people, Jews, Asians, Blacks, and Whites. There is nothing wrong with discussing differences and the mere discussion of them or beginning a thread about them doesn't constitute racism. There is good argument for more discussion, not less. Calling people racists who are not is not helpful. I have called you no names. Please do not call me a stupid hillbilly.
The nut's posts are the results of allowing people with mental problems access to computers while they are locked up in government facilities for psychotics. When you reply to him it only manifests his disturbed demented metal behavior. The poor thing can't even remember who he is most of the time. Bless his little heart.
Chuck Hays

Clifton Hill, MO

#10 Apr 22, 2013
Christian Coalition wrote:
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Poverty is a choice. Everything else you posted is crap.
While many people suffer poverty as a result of bad choices, it's just silly and wrong-headed to to try to say that all poverty is a choice. You know better.
Chuck Hays

Clifton Hill, MO

#12 Apr 22, 2013
Hugh Janus wrote:
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Other than severe mental handicap, how is poverty NOT a choice.
Lots of people aren't very smart. They work hard and try but are never able to land or keep a job that will lift them above the poverty line. You know that!
Eric 2016

Sycamore, GA

#14 Apr 22, 2013
Hugh Janus wrote:
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What keeps them from being "smart"?
I don't know, what is your excuse?bwah hahahahaha. Douchebag.
Chuck Hays

Clifton Hill, MO

#15 Apr 22, 2013
Hugh Janus wrote:
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What keeps them from being "smart"?
They are unintelligent!! Like you, I guess.
Sofa King Cool

Louisville, KY

#16 Apr 22, 2013
Christian Coalition wrote:
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Poverty is a choice. Everything else you posted is crap.
23% of the population of Fresno California are below the poverty line.
Around 8% of Americans are unemployed.
Chuck Hays

Clifton Hill, MO

#17 Apr 22, 2013
Hugh Janus wrote:
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Other than severe mental handicap, how is poverty NOT a choice.
Here is another example. I know a young lady who graduated from law school a year ago. She has been unable to find a job of any kind. She is currently living in poverty.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#18 Apr 22, 2013
Sofa King Cool wrote:
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23% of the population of Fresno California are below the poverty line.
Around 8% of Americans are unemployed.
The following quote might give insight to the ignorance and poverty in California.

Quote of the Day from the Los Angeles Times:

"Frankly, I don't know what it is about California, but we seem to have a strange urge to elect really obnoxious women to high office. I'm not bragging, you understand, but no other state, including Maine, even comes close. When it comes to sending left-wing dingbats to Washington, we're Number One. There's no getting around the fact that the last time anyone saw the likes of Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein, Maxine Waters, and Nancy Pelosi, they were stirring a cauldron when the curtain went up on 'Macbeth'. The four of them are like jackasses who happen to possess the gift of blab. You don't know if you should condemn them for their stupidity or simply marvel at their ability to form words."

-- Columnist Burt Prelutsky, Los Angeles Times
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Real Estate

Louisville, KY

#19 Apr 22, 2013
Christian Coalition wrote:
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Poverty is a choice. Everything else you posted is crap.
The bankruptcies increased greatly when the bottom fell out of the real estate market. Builders couldn't sell and many homeowners were under water.
Chuck Hays

Clifton Hill, MO

#22 Apr 23, 2013
sofa King Cool wrote:
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She made the choice to go deeply into debt to pursue a career in a over saturated field. Bad choice.
That's not true. You're just choosing to be obtuse.

Besides, I told you she can't find ANY job. Every field is over saturated. Even fast food and waitress jobs.

Not her choice. When you get laid off, or your business fails, or your retirement fund goes belly up, I'm sure you'll change your tune about poverty being a choice, you heartless creep.
Chuck Hays

Clifton Hill, MO

#23 Apr 23, 2013
sofa King Cool wrote:
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She made the choice to go deeply into debt to pursue a career in a over saturated field. Bad choice.
By the way, she is not in debt. She got through on scholarships, and the college fund her parents set up for her.
Poverty

Louisville, KY

#24 Apr 23, 2013
Chuck Hays wrote:
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By the way, she is not in debt. She got through on scholarships, and the college fund her parents set up for her.


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“I Offer You Truth!”

Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#25 Apr 23, 2013
While it is true the elected females out of California are quite obtuse and seem almost mentally unstable at times, their lunacy is macthed, if not surpassed, by two crackpot Republican females, namely Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin. Palin is so shallow, unstable and unreliable she resigned her elected office before even completing a single term. Bachmann, meanwhile, is one of the dumbest, most uninformed individuals to have ever graced the halls of Congress.

Politicians, on the whole, tend to be untruthful, unpatriotic, disingenuous and unreliable.

"The bright, cleansing beacon that emanates from the truth exposes the dark, foul, evil that is found in biased, dishonest half-truths, myths, stereotypes and distortions." - The Book of Dave, 4:6
Unemployment Poverty Rate

Louisville, KY

#27 Apr 23, 2013
sofa King Cool wrote:
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1. Her field of work was a poor choice. That is a fact
2. There are plenty of jobs out there.
3. She can always live with mom and dad.
4. With no debt and a place to live I would hardly describe her as poor or needy.
The Department of Labor reports unemployment numbers by region. As of March, 2013, the unemployment rate in the West is the highest of the four. Three of the cities with the highest poverty rate in the nation are in Sofa King's state. From 2008 to 2011, 1 of every 13 homes in the California were foreclosed upon.

I am not beating up on California. I have been there several times and loved it. However, economic challenges are in every state and region. I am pointing out those near to Sofa King Cool because, in my view, he has no compassion for and ridicules those without means.

A couple of years ago a black male child about seven years old had a tooth so abcessed that he died while going to school. That word would be spelled tooth, not teeph.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#29 Apr 23, 2013
Chuck Hays wrote:
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Here is another example. I know a young lady who graduated from law school a year ago. She has been unable to find a job of any kind. She is currently living in poverty.
I can only guess the area where she lives doesn't need any more liars. Lawyers are the only people legally allowed to lie in court, and they even get paid for it.
Chuck Hays

Clifton Hill, MO

#30 Apr 23, 2013
sofa King Cool wrote:
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Life is tough. Made tougher by poor choices. Maybe your friend should become a hillbilly. They don't work and poverty suits them just fine.
Life is very often tough when you make good choices, as well.

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