And once again the ape uses a term that he doesn't understand. After you go look up the definition of a rhetorical question, get back to us, Rastus. I'll give you a hint...rhetorical questions run along the lines of, "Is the sky blue?", "Is the Pope Catholic?" or "Who knows?". Questions asked solely for effect. You asked questions which were easily answered with specifics.<quoted text>
Your redneck anger and insipid babbling tells me everything I need to know.
Those are called rhetorical questions, barnyard.
You had a black guy in your dorm? No kidding. Did he jive talk and drink grape Kool-Aid? I think you're confusing college life with your parents basement.
Regale us with more college stories, barnyard...Tell us more of this alleged "black guy" you know...or lived with in your "dorm room".
College educated. I'm sure you are.(end sarcasm)
So far this week, we've seen you not know what the meanings of "epitaph," "epithet," "double standard," "prolific" and now, "rhetorical question."
Carry on, Koko...I see you and Muff share an interest: