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Nels
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Username: Nels

Post Number: 827
Registered: 07-2005

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Posted on Sunday, April 15, 2007 - 06:04 pm:   

No comments from Halle Berry, Vanessa Williams, Mariah Carey and all of those “straight-hair headed hos” in those rap videos produced by niggas who can’t even pronounce the word “bathroom” correctly (i.e., baffroom - - sad)? Wonder why? Hmmmm? Since so-called “blacks” supposedly come in all phenotypes according to the ODR and hypodescendency, one might (in(correctly)) think that there would be “black” outrage across the board, but no. The Imus incident may eventually degenerate into the volatile territory of Negroid-looking blacks vs. non-Negroid looking blacks. It’s only a matter of time before the mainstream media gets “wind” of the real physical differences in the so-called “black phenotype”, and who's got “peoples” at the back/nape of their neck, and who doesn’t.

p.s., Don (Ho), the famous singer from Hawaii just died. What a coincidence.

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