PaddoK33N

Male
from Australia

  • Comments (23)

    • Landon

      Landon

      4 years ago

      Hey now man, I'm an advocate of big words.
      AS you may have noticed.
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    • Quatters

      Quatters

      4 years ago

      Dude, why are you up at 2:32am?

    • willythunder

      willythunder

      4 years ago

      i don't care what you say, rooster teeth has done a lot for us they even did that extra life thing to help raise money for kids. so i was just trying to show a little appreciation for their hard work and all ok.

    • PaddoK33N

      PaddoK33N

      4 years ago

      in reply to Chi_Mangetsu

      *Sigh* You really are an immature twat. The discussion has been dead for at least a week, why bring it back up? Also if you find yourself so correct why block me so I cannot respond? Grow up buddy, your perception is not always reality.

    • Chi_Mangetsu

      Chi_Mangetsu

      4 years ago

      Although I have to give you credit, you actually have legit comments to make unlike Chi who just uses memes then gets overwhelmed by his lack of intelligent retort and basically blocks his ears and goes "la la la la I can't hear you"


      Go fuck yourself, pal. I just got tired of arguing with a fucking brickwall.

      Within the context of gang rape a reference to bandana wearing ganja smoking gang members was going to invariably draw parallels to the bloods and Crips, who are some of the most notorious rapists in the USA. The Bloods and Crips have all Black membership thus within the context of the conversation you made a comment that in context, clearly unintentionally, had racial implications.


      This. Right here. If you don't understand this, then you are truly a lost cause, kid.

    • Exodusv

      Exodusv

      4 years ago

      I had already referenced the dolphin propensity for gang rape in the thread. Within the context of gang rape a reference to bandana wearing ganja smoking gang members was going to invariably draw parallels to the bloods and Crips, who are some of the most notorious rapists in the USA. The Bloods and Crips have all Black membership thus within the context of the conversation you made a comment that in context, clearly unintentionally, had racial implications.

    • Exodusv

      Exodusv

      4 years ago

      It has racial implications because the most famous bandana wearing, weed smoking, gangs with a gang-rape entry requirement are all black or all hispanic gangs. I fail to see how that could possibly be more clear.

      If you had said "Dolphins covered in pesudo-nordic tattoos and snorting coke" then yes I would have made that connection.

      Post edited 11/10/10 10:33PM

    • Exodusv

      Exodusv

      4 years ago

      I don't, I simply disagreed that your statement had not had racial implications, which it did.

    • Exodusv

      Exodusv

      4 years ago

      As I said it's a cultural thing. Most intercity schools in America specifically ban bringing colored bandanas onto school grounds in order to avoid open gang warfare and territory disputes. There are parts of LA where you will quite literally be shot and killed for having the wrong color bandana on your person.

      Ironically enough not mentioning the color doesn't really accomplish much as the two most prominent gangs, the Bloods and Crips, are both have exclusive Blacks only membership, they are also very dominant organizations in the American cultures for both ganja and rap music. They are also responsible for initiation rituals essentially requiring the rape of both a white woman and the girlfriend of someone in an opposing gang, though murdering someone from a rival gang will often suffice.

    • Exodusv

      Exodusv

      4 years ago

      The Bloods and Crips are Black and the Latin Kings are hispanic, this is not racism this is fact. The Bloods, Crips, and Latin Kings make use of strategically placed bandanas to indicate their own gang affiliations. Within American gang culture the predominant uniform of primarily or exclusively white gang members simply do not make use of colored bandanas in the same manner, and frankly the prominent tattoos associated with the Aryan brotherhood effectively make the use of such a uniform a moot point.

      You made a comment about gang culture that you were clearly unaware had racial implications within American gang culture. It simply does have those implications m8, there's no way around it. Had you said something about people sitting in a circle, smoking pot, wearing pointed white hoods I would have made different assumptions about the ethnic group in question.