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sweetheart Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jun-23-04 06:57 PM
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22. "hate" might be a bit strong
"survival" in a world of "big picture darwinism" is more like it.

Big picture darwinism according to the film "igby goes down" is where
less evolved people like republicans take over because they are
inherently less endowed... but in a society that destroys exceptional
people, the mediocre people are gifted a free pass... hence the GOP
and the frat boy asshole in the WH.

I learned that there are no friends, and no family from american
schools. That real life is that you're on your own and ever person
you meet will likely try to fuck you over, even freepers reading
this very note... looking for some evidence they can use to destroy
a life.

I learned in school, that schools in ethnically "rich" areas like
morningside los angeles are deprived because they are black. It
was not hate, but "respect" for the deprived who could kill the
white kids on the school bus visiting the black neighborhood if they
were not polite... and had burned school busses of whites before...
so keep your head down"...

I learned all about racism in american schools. It is a speciality
that really is worthy of post-doctorate thesis work in retrospect.

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