In this day and age?

Posted by: NucleusG4

In this day and age? - 04/23/13 05:56 AM

Really??
The South sure has a long waaaay to go.



'New tradition' for Georgia students: Their first racially integrated prom

http://schoolsofthought.blogs.cnn.com/20...prom/?hpt=us_r1
Posted by: steveg

Re: In this day and age? - 04/23/13 09:09 AM

There goes the neighborhood. mad

What's next outlawing inbreeding? cry
Posted by: Celandine

Re: In this day and age? - 04/23/13 11:55 AM





'nuff sed
Posted by: DLC

Re: In this day and age? - 04/23/13 04:17 PM

Yep as Steve G says there it goes... next thing you know they'll be voting for Black Presidents !! wink

I think Congress needs to declare LA, MS, AL, GA, and SC 3rd world countries ! whistle

I think Costa Rica is more progressive and has less illiteracy.

Steve G's question on inbreeding - TOO late and they've invaded Congress and many State Houses !! laugh


Posted by: carp

Re: In this day and age? - 04/23/13 07:07 PM

Originally Posted By: steveg
There goes the neighborhood. mad

What's next outlawing inbreeding? cry


It would not surprise me that interracial couples are still = taboo.

ALso makes me wonder what about other races like Asian ?
Posted by: Jim_

Re: In this day and age? - 04/23/13 07:22 PM

Originally Posted By: carp
Originally Posted By: steveg
There goes the neighborhood. mad

What's next outlawing inbreeding? cry

It would not surprise me that interracial couples are still = taboo.

ALso makes me wonder what about other races like Asian ?
Steve was being sarcastic. What you mentioned is not inbreeding though. Inbreeding is you marrying your sister for example.
Posted by: carp

Re: In this day and age? - 04/23/13 09:11 PM

Jim,

I do no what inbreeding is -> and whats your point ? and don't embarrass yourself
Posted by: Jim_

Re: In this day and age? - 04/23/13 09:17 PM

Originally Posted By: carp
Jim,

I do no what inbreeding is -> and whats your point ? and don't embarrass yourself
Steve mentioned inbreeding, you responded with something about interracial affairs for some reason, two entirely different things.

We'll talk tomorrow when you sober up. Good night.
Posted by: Celandine

Re: In this day and age? - 04/23/13 10:11 PM

Originally Posted By: Jim_
Originally Posted By: carp
Jim,

I do no what inbreeding is -> and whats your point ? and don't embarrass yourself
Steve mentioned inbreeding, you responded with something about interracial affairs for some reason, two entirely different things.

We'll talk tomorrow when you sober up. Good night.


Silly Wabbit!

He's referring to the debate similar to
the right-wing objection to Same Sex Marriage

Who was the senator who asked
"What's next? Legalized Beastiality???" cry

LOL Maybe they figgered one of their kids would
put a dress on Arnold the Pig and ask her out. crazy
Posted by: steveg

Re: In this day and age? - 04/24/13 03:55 AM

Waddaya mean "for example"? blush
Posted by: Jim_

Re: In this day and age? - 04/24/13 07:45 AM

Originally Posted By: NucleusG4
Really??
The South sure has a long waaaay to go.

'New tradition' for Georgia students: Their first racially integrated prom
I saw that a few weeks back somewhere. I was shocked. We've come a long way with racism in this country, but we obviously still have a long way to go.
Posted by: Celandine

Re: In this day and age? - 04/24/13 08:29 AM

Posted by: carp

Re: In this day and age? - 04/24/13 06:50 PM

Steve mentioned inbreeding, you responded with something about interracial affairs for some reason, two entirely different things.

Of-course there different. I mentioned interracial because they may have just integrated the proms . I betcha interracial is still not allowed or heavily frowned on ?