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#44
Aug 3, 2013
 
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Diamond Eugene's picture is shining like the smile on a Cream of Wheat box, darkie.
On that box is your hero Clarence' Tom' Thomas. Look at is closely, the face and teeth are undeniable.

Since: Jan 12

Lambertville, MI

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#45
Aug 3, 2013
 
Fact Checker wrote:
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As is usual you are wrong again...
These are the racial categories codified by the US gov...
http://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/sf181.pdf
American Indian or Alaska Native
Asian
Black or African American
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
White
I left out Asians. There are three classifications of mankind, Black, White, and Asian! The Eskimos and Indians are considered Asian. The Pacific Islanders are a mixture of Black and Asian.
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#46
Aug 4, 2013
 
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> I left out Asians. There are three classifications of mankind, Black, White, and Asian! The Eskimos and Indians are considered Asian. The Pacific Islanders are a mixture of Black and Asian.
You still can't get it right, even after having been shown you are wrong.

Latinos are an ethnic group, not a racial category.

The government says eskimos and pacific islanders are their own racial categories, and are not considered asians.

One would expect as dedicated as you are to central government remedies for bigotry, your bigoted mind would at least know what the government considers to be established racial categories.

You remain confused after the facts have been spoon-fed to you.

http://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/sf181.pdf
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Columbus, OH

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Aug 4, 2013
 

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You still can't get it right, even after having been shown you are wrong.
Latinos are an ethnic group, not a racial category.
The government says eskimos and pacific islanders are their own racial categories, and are not considered asians.
One would expect as dedicated as you are to central government remedies for bigotry, your bigoted mind would at least know what the government considers to be established racial categories.
You remain confused after the facts have been spoon-fed to you.
http://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/sf181.pdf
You still do not get it. There are three "racial categories" of mankind of which I already listed. A mixture of the three or any combination thereof, is why their are so many different people on the earth. A simple DNA test would prove just that. You are the ignorant one, regardless of what the government says. If you believe the biblical account:
THE CAUCASIANS
Etymologies of Japheth:
This name, in Genesis 9:27, seems to be explained by the phrase "may God make wide (yapht, the American Standard Revised Version "enlarge") for Japheth," where yapht and Japheth are represented by the same consonants, but with different vowel-points. The root of yapht is pathach, "to make wide."

This etymology, however, is not universally accepted, as the word-play is so obvious, and the association of Japheth with Shem ("dark") and Ham ("black") suggests a name on similar lines--either gentilic, or descriptive of race. Japheth has therefore been explained as meaning "fair," from yaphah, the non-Sem and non-Hamitic races known to the Jews being all more or less whiteskinned. The Targum of Onkelos agrees with the English Versions of the Bible, but that of Jonathan has "God shall beautify Japheth," as though from yaphah.

THE AFRICANS

. The Youngest Son of Noah:
The youngest son of Noah, from whom sprang the western and southwestern nations known to the Hebrews. His name first occurs in Genesis 5:32, where, as in 6:10 and elsewhere, it occupies the second place. In Genesis 9:18 Ham is described as "the father of Canaan".

2. Ham as a Nationality (30 Nations came out of Ham):
The name given, in Psalms 105:23,17; 106:22 (compare 78:51), to Egypt as a descendant of Ham, son of Noah. As Shem means "dusky," or the like, and Japheth "fair," it has been supposed that Ham meant, as is not improbable, "black." This is supported by the evidence of Hebrew and Arabic, in which the word chamam means "to be hot" and "to be black," the latter signification being derived from the former.

It is interesting to note that the Biblical record defines Egypt as the Land of Ham.
-- Psalm 105: 23 "Israel also came into Egypt...the land of Ham."



THE ASIANS

---------- SHEM - shem (shem; Sem)---------

1. Position in Noah's Family:
His Name:
The eldest son of Noah, from whom the Jews, as well as the Semitic ("Shemitic") nations in general have descended. When giving the names of Noah's three sons, Shem is always mentioned first (Genesis 9:18; 10:1, etc.); and though "the elder" in "Shem the brother of Japheth the elder" (Genesis 10:21 margin) is explained as referring to Shem, this is not the rendering of Onkelos.

His five sons peopled the greater part of West Asia's finest tracts, from Elam on the East to the Mediterranean on the West. Though generally regarded as meaning "dusky" (compare the Assyr-Babylonian samu--also Ham--possibly = "black," Japheth, "fair"), it is considered possible that Shem may be the usual Hebrew word for "name" (shem), given him because he was the firstborn--a parallel to the Assyr-Babylonian usage, in which "son," "name" (sumu) are synonyms (W. A. Inscriptions, V, plural 23, 11,29-32abc).

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#48
Aug 5, 2013
 
If he is 50% white why does he talk like a retard caught between the black preacher cadence and Erkle. 50% black? I suppose he can't really let go fully with his self identified negro side. Then it would be obvious that he's overcompensating for his YT speak. Pretty sure he didn't learn the ebonic edge in high society Hawaii?
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Aug 7, 2013
 

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RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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That's not what I asked you.
LOL,So who did you piss-off this time to change your name again, George Zimmerman?
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Aug 13, 2013
 
Top Dog wrote:
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LOL,So who did you piss-off this time to change your name again, George Zimmerman?
OOP'S, That was for diamond eugene

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Redford, MI

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#51
Aug 13, 2013
 
Shanikwah wrote:
If he is 50% white why does he talk like a retard caught between the black preacher cadence and Erkle. 50% black? I suppose he can't really let go fully with his self identified negro side. Then it would be obvious that he's overcompensating for his YT speak. Pretty sure he didn't learn the ebonic edge in high society Hawaii?
No, you stupid imp, he learned his urban speak from the south side of Chicago. Turn Hannity off,and read a book.

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Hilliard, OH

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Aug 13, 2013
 

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WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text>No, you stupid imp, he learned his urban speak from the south side of Chicago. Turn Hannity off,and read a book.
He never set foot in Chicago until he was 25.

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Redford, MI

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#53
Aug 14, 2013
 
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>He never set foot in Chicago until he was 25.
Precisely, you dummy. That's my point! He learned his urban syntax, grammar, and pronunciation from that age on, and used it when necessary. I told you goofs months ago that most blacks speak two dialects of English.

The ghettoized blacks have nothing to expect from whites by talking American English because they're comfortable being socially ignorant, so they'll use ebonics regardless of who they're around. Other blacks who have an education can use either dialect 'depending on 'who they're around. You'd be shocked if you heard Herman Cain, Clarence Thomas and many other well known blacks talk in a room full of blacks, especially if they were raised in predominantly black neighborhoods and schools.

The born and raised suburban blacks sound no different than the average suburban white.

At the theater on last Saturday, some young guys were talking at the sink while I was in a stall. I assumed they were white by the sound of their voices, but to my surprise when I stepped out, all three boys were black.
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Diamond Eugene's picture is shining like the smile on a Cream of Wheat box,darkie.
lmao. thay niggy is sparklin.
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Aug 21, 2013
 

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UPS just kicked 15,000 spouses off its employees insurance policies.

Love it! Especially since my next door neighbor is a pinko liberal Democrat UPS driver. Nice guy, but he supports the people who do these things to our country ... he made his bed.
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#56
Aug 21, 2013
 
UPS drops spousal coverage, teachers get hours cut due to ObamaCare
POSTED AT 9:21 AM ON AUGUST 21, 2013 BY ED MORRISSEY


Thanks to the delayed employer mandate in ObamaCare, we are now sixteen months away from enforcement of those statutes, even though they go into effect in four months. Are employers taking a break from ObamaCare prep? Not hardly. Today we have three new stories about how the perverse incentives of the ACA will impact workers, starting with UPS, which has just announced that it will stop offering health-care coverage to spouses — and explicitly cites ObamaCare as the reason (via Jim Geraghty and Jeryl Bier):

United Parcel Service Inc. plans to remove thousands of spouses from its medical plan because they are eligible for coverage elsewhere. The Atlanta-based logistics company points to the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, as a big reason for the decision, reports Kaiser Health News.

The decision comes as many analysts are downplaying the Affordable Care Act’s effect on companies such as UPS, noting that the move reflects a long-term trend of shrinking corporate medical benefits, Kaiser Health News reports. But UPS repeatedly cites Obamacare to explain the decision, adding fuel to the debate over whether it erodes traditional employer coverage, Kaiser says.

Rising medical costs,“combined with the costs associated with the Affordable Care Act, have made it increasingly difficult to continue providing the same level of health care benefits to our employees at an affordable cost,” UPS said in a memo to employees.

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UPS drops spousal coverage, teachers get hours cut due to ObamaCare
POSTED AT 9:21 AM ON AUGUST 21, 2013 BY ED MORRISSEY
Thanks to the delayed employer mandate in ObamaCare, we are now sixteen months away from enforcement of those statutes, even though they go into effect in four months. Are employers taking a break from ObamaCare prep? Not hardly. Today we have three new stories about how the perverse incentives of the ACA will impact workers, starting with UPS, which has just announced that it will stop offering health-care coverage to spouses — and explicitly cites ObamaCare as the reason (via Jim Geraghty and Jeryl Bier):
United Parcel Service Inc. plans to remove thousands of spouses from its medical plan because they are eligible for coverage elsewhere. The Atlanta-based logistics company points to the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, as a big reason for the decision, reports Kaiser Health News.
The decision comes as many analysts are downplaying the Affordable Care Act’s effect on companies such as UPS, noting that the move reflects a long-term trend of shrinking corporate medical benefits, Kaiser Health News reports. But UPS repeatedly cites Obamacare to explain the decision, adding fuel to the debate over whether it erodes traditional employer coverage, Kaiser says.
Rising medical costs,“combined with the costs associated with the Affordable Care Act, have made it increasingly difficult to continue providing the same level of health care benefits to our employees at an affordable cost,” UPS said in a memo to employees.
http://hotair.com/archives/2013/08/21/ups-dro...
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