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Post time 2012-4-7 17:07:34 |Display all floors
timbatu Post time: 2012-4-7 13:21
I will keep this for future reference.

JFenix Post time 2012-4-7 09:33:17

He is the one who does not want to be 'one of us'.

When I refer to him as a fellow american, he is quick to say he is not american.

That kind of offends me.

So if he does not want to be american, I have to assume he is only here temporarily right?

You wouldn't immigrate to a country where you hate all the people and never want to be a part of them right?

That would be ridiculous.
  
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Post time 2012-4-7 17:19:56 |Display all floors
timbatu Post time: 2012-4-7 13:21
I will keep this for future reference.

JFenix Post time 2012-4-7 09:33:17

Really my only problem with cestmoi is the 'USAnian' thing.

Its derogatory and he knows this.

I guess 'yankz' is oh so ten years ago.

Time for a new term for us.  Calling us 'americans' might imply respect and we can't that.
  
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Post time 2012-4-7 20:50:38 |Display all floors
This post was edited by timbatu at 2012-4-7 21:06
JFenix Post time: 2012-4-7 09:33
So you are just here on a work visa?

When are you going back home?

Why did you come here?

You don't seem to like us.

Analysis

Westerners judge everything based on "us" vs "them". Their "us" is an exclusive club of Caucasian Christians and Jews. All others, the colored and the non-Christians, fall into "not us". This is the cultural foundation of Western civilization and their profound racism.

The divisive approach to people is also rooted in the Western faith in Jesus Christ. Indeed, Christianity divides people into "us believers" vs "them nonbelievers". The poster's faith in Jesus Christ enhances its culture of racial division. Frankly, I do not believe the poster has the capability of changing its views.

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Post time 2012-4-8 02:28:03 |Display all floors
JFenix Post time: 2012-4-7 09:33
So you are just here on a work visa?

When are you going back home?

Oh so that's what Cestmoi is on... hmmm.

When, you ask.

Ummm, ahhh, guess when I am done, luv.
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Post time 2012-4-8 02:32:37 |Display all floors
timbatu Post time: 2012-4-7 13:21
I will keep this for future reference.

JFenix Post time 2012-4-7 09:33:17

Timmo, you keep nothing for future reference against the locum vixen. You hear me, boy?

JF, you pouting little thing, you... mind what you tell Timmo.
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Post time 2012-4-14 13:04:24 |Display all floors
This post was edited by timbatu at 2012-4-14 14:16

A Denver artist has created a 3-by-4-foot portrait of George Zimmerman using more than 12,000 Skittles - the candy that 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was carrying when Zimmerman fatally shot him.

The work, is being featured at the RedLine Gallery in Denver, Colo. Despite the ominous look of the artwork, the artist tells the Post that he has sympathy for Zimmerman, and that he's not rushing to judgment on the case. Meanwhile, the gallery's executive director, PJ D'Amico, marveled at the creation, saying it's a "crazy, terribly beautiful piece," that is "profound beyond measure." Skittles, "they're so brightly colored and almost pure sugar," ... "Skittles have always symbolized youth and innocence."

Zimmerman In Skittles.jpg



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Post time 2012-4-15 22:06:40 |Display all floors
JFenix, do you like the art piece?

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