Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Shivvy, Feb 10, 2012.
how scared were you the day they announced the OJ verdict?
I don't live around those people.
The only way I seen white people act was shocked or pissed. Nobody seemed scared.
Not at all.
At the time, I was deep in the heart of Shay Whitey in Coronado, Ca.
They still had ethnic detectors at the city limits.
Good times soon lost.
I was in new hampshire. At the time we had 45.2 bleaks there it wasn't scary
I think Whitey needs to admit defeat and give it up for the REAL man!!
Oddly enough I could never see those magic eye 3d pics. When the verdict was read I looked down at the funnys on the floor next to the couch and saw a pretzel floating in the air. Thank you OJ jurors.
A guilty is how the riots would've happened anyways.
I was right on the border in Amesbury. Same there.
nobody I saw was anything but pissed except for the blacks and they were mostly amazed
I had the family blaeks locked in a closet to prevent a riot
I love the sno-tube park off 495, good time
That's good thinkin'. Those blaecks get awful uppitty!!
What was there to be scared of? Most of the black people cheered when he was found innocent.
you mean your boyfriend?
mad. very angry. rage. hatred. then i went and got a burger and all was good
I threw my chocolate pudding at an asian kids head. More angry, than scared.
You're my White Rage hero
It's what I do.....