No need for the dictionary as I have a very good vocabulary. Also, my grammar is better than a lot of 1337 people. It's just more colorful and satisfying to use foul language in my personal opinion.
I was referring to GreggyBoy LOL, as the guy keeps using "faggot", "scumbag" and "retard", heck, even an autistic twenty-something retard has a more diverse vocabulary than that loser on permanent house arrest!
LMAO I remember when I said that if you still ask the same old "is there a post-3.55 jailbreak" question, then "please go kill yourself, mentally retarded dildo", and then shortly afterwards, AlexDC22 PM'd me with "thanks for the laughs" with the "mentally retarded dildo" quote - sadly, I haven't heard from him since.
Also, I think I've calmed down a fair bit since I became a moderator, but I can still be a bit of a bastard - however, having said that, I now tend to have "electronic multiple personality disorder".
Oh and by the way, here's the quote from PSX-Scene - I also remember GaryOPA getting involved in order to close the thread - back then, I was a VERY immature twat, and I still am :
(still reading thread)
Ya, but you are nowhere near as much of a bastard as I am. > MUHAHAHAHA!
Originally Posted by JLM
I guess there are plenty others who feel the same as you. For example, Coretta Scott King received alot of flack for making the following statements:
I support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 1994 because I believe that freedom and justice cannot be parceled out in pieces to suit political convenience. My husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. said, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." On another occasion he said, "I have worked too long and hard against segregated public accommodations to end up segregating my moral concern. Justice is indivisible." Like Martin, I don't believe you can stand for freedom for one group of people and deny it to others.
So I see this bill as a step forward for freedom and human rights in our country and a logical extension of the Bill of Rights and the civil rights reforms of the 1950s and '60's.
The great promise of American democracy is that no group of people will be forced to suffer discrimination and injustice. I believe that this legislation will provide protection to a large group of working people, who have suffered persecution and discrimination for many years. To this endeavor, I pledge my wholehearted support.
Press Conference on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 1994, Washington D.C. (23 June 1994)
I still hear people say that I should not be talking about the rights of lesbian and gay people and I should stick to the issue of racial justice. But I hasten to remind them that Martin Luther King Jr. said, 'Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.' I appeal to everyone who believes in Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream to make room at the table of brother- and sisterhood for lesbian and gay people.
Reuters (31 March 1998)
Homophobia is like racism and anti-Semitism and other forms of bigotry in that it seeks to dehumanize a large group of people, to deny their humanity, their dignity and personhood. This sets the stage for further repression and violence that spread all too easily to victimize the next minority group.
Chicago Defender (1 April 1998)
I've always felt that homophobic attitudes and policies were unjust and unworthy of a free society and must be opposed by all Americans who believe in democracy.
Chicago Sun Times (1 April 1998)
For many years now, I have been an outspoken supporter of civil and human rights for gay and lesbian people. Gays and lesbians stood up for civil rights in Montgomery, Selma, in Albany, Ga. and St. Augustine, Fla., and many other campaigns of the Civil Rights Movement. Many of these courageous men and women were fighting for my freedom at a time when they could find few voices for their own, and I salute their contributions.
Chicago Tribune (1 April 1998)
Woah, before this get's too far (these topics usually do) let me clarify - I meant in no way shape or form that one form of discrimination should be more or less tolerated over the other. I just inherently have a bit more of a problem equating racist bigotry with sexual preference based bigotry. Why? Because racist bigotry as far as I remember has had a hell of a lot more genocide, etc behind it. So to me when you try and compare the two, while they are both fucking disgusting, racial bigotry has more of a "STING" behind it. At least too me. Not saying any other form of bigotry is any more tolerable I'm simply saying racist bigotry simply has more of a sting behind it then other forms.
BUT for those who experience bigotry on a daily fucking basis for one reason or another, I can guarantee they feel it's exactly the same. And you know what? I don't blame them. IDK. It's kind of hard putting it into words. I guess I'm just trying to say that too me racial bigotry has more of a sting behind it and cannot be equally compared to other forms. But that doesn't mean any form of bigotry should be any more or less tolerated.
But to put it simply from my perspective on the whole issue of bigotry, I don't give two shits what race, religion, or sexual preference you hail from/have, as long as you don't mind me, I don't mind you. .
EDIT: Waits patiently for mod status. - Then the heads will REALLY ROLL!
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