Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Danas Boyfrien, Aug 27, 2015.
Fucking California in 1974 and they have my parents' ethnicity listed as negro.
well are they?
Mine says WOP
LOL, slave paperz
...and it's on a stone tablet
I don't think it, i know it
I'm pretty sure by 1974 they were at least colored.
that's mighty white of them
somehow my dads name is listed as the doctor. Cali 1976
My pap's age is incorrect.
On Monday, the Supreme Court signed an amendment to the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics laws to make it mandatory for them to change every birth certificate on record that labels and African American citizen as a “Negro” or “Mulatto.” According to analysts however, this is putting a huge dent in the national deficit. Considering the labor, printing, postage and servicing, this is going to run the taxpayers nearly $100 million.
But from the view of this African-American man, Clifford Reynolds, this move was long overdue. “I was born in 1968, and mines birth certificate say Negro. I’m not a damn Negro, I’m a black man. I gots the right NOT have that racist word on my birth certificate. And do I care about the cost?? Hell No!! They owe us reparations anyways.”
- See more at: http://now8news.com/u-s-government-...lion-birth-certificates/#sthash.LoP9Y0Tr.dpuf
It took those motherfuckers 11 weeks to get it to me. Apparently for a few years they put the parents' SSN on it. It took them 11 weeks to black them out.
That's a fucking waste of money.
When did you apply for yours? The law took effect on July 21st. If you applied after that, I'd sue.
I applied the first week in June.
I actually think it's kinda cool and pretty funny.