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Tinoire Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-20-03 08:02 PM
Response to Reply #126
136. Where is the bullying or the intimidation in that post?
Honestly Carlos, I am beginning to wonder if you're not a tad bit paranoid. The first clue was this statement
People laugh at me, look at me weird, and snicker at me

The second clue is this post. I ask you

Were you or were you not scared &%9less on the streets of Baltimore with all those Black people?

Were you of were you not shocked at the squalor and poverty?

Have you now or have you ever related to the concerns of Black people?

Did you or did you not pen a yearning poem to Aventura just a week or two ago in the Lounge?

Where is the arrogance and where is the intimidation?



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