Cops lynch another one, in Baton Rouge


It was a lot worse all along - prolly ten times worse


Shhh… Roose still thinks those were the good ol’ days to bring Murrica back to


They were the good old days - I would say the cutoff date in age to truly know what it was like would be about 66 years old

Any younger then that and you could never understand the gigantic difference


So lynchings or overt racism never happened 67 years ago? okay


Link to where the fuck I sed that -

times was a 1000 times better -

If yer under 66 you could never comprehend it


So you’re being unclear. OK. What happened in 1950 that this is so?



1950 got nothing to do with it

It is what year your pre-teen and teen years were


The 1800’s were the best… well, except for having to clean the horse shit off your boots and the consumption from all the gas lamps. Still, you could sit in a saloon all day getting drunk on rot gut and fukking the hoors upstairs… not to mention walking around with a gun and shooting anyone who offended you.


Well and having to pump out a dozen or so kids to make sure you had a 3 or 4 survive to grow old enough to work the farm.


Even with WWII I would trade places with my grandfathers in half a second.



The Korean War began and McCarthyism really got rolling, for starters.


And GM, big oil and Ikes Military Freeway System begat the American Car Culture, I blame Obama.



Didn’t take long for the guy who shot and uploaded the video of the shooting, to be arrested and jailed for “assault & battery” – except it was actually just an unpaid parking ticket. He needs to relocate and change his name.



The New York Times reported:

When it comes to the most lethal form of force — police shootings — the study finds no racial bias.

It is the most surprising result of my career,” said Fryer, the author of the study.

The result contradicts the mental image of police shootings that many Americans hold in the wake of the killings (some captured on video) of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.; Laquan McDonald in Chicago; Tamir Rice in Cleveland; Walter Scott in South Carolina; Samuel DuBose in Cincinnati; Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, La.; and Philando Castile in Minnesota.


Maybe that’s true, but one thing I can tell you (based in part from my time in the car business) perception is reality.


The story did not say that cops treated Blacks the same in other areas, maybe that helps to create the perception that you are talking about.

Hey. I am spending too much time on the internets today, I got yard work to do. Have a good one.