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Gosh, shame when you can’t use a thing for propaganda


Awful, isn’t it?

  1. upaces88 permalink
    04/09/2015 04:32

    It is sad and hate having to know and say this.
    This violence IS taught at home!

    This is a very good example.
    A friend of the family just opened a day care center and “after school care ” in Denton, TX.
    We lived 45 minutes away. She had no employees, so my daughter and I drove to Denton.
    The first day of class, I was in the “after School Program.”
    There were 7 little Black boys in the class.”
    When I walked in, they were yelling at each other…and it was about to get into a physical fight.
    They were arguing over the “Gang fight with Cops.”
    They were yelling and fighting because not one of them wanted to play the part of the COP!!
    Their mothers dropped them off and picked them up in”brand new cars and were wearing the latest fashions.” In other words, they were doing fine financially and NOT in the ghetto.

    I was shocked and angry. THEY ARE TAUGHT THIS HATE AT HOME!!!

  2. 04/09/2015 04:40

    Indeed. It’s a cultural thing. Or maybe genetic.

  3. upaces88 permalink
    04/09/2015 04:54

    This was my quote I looked up….Everyone is handed adversity in life. No one’s journey is easy. It’s how they handle it that makes people unique.
    Kevin Conroy


    My personal opinion?
    No one…NO ONE appreciates what is handed to them…they just ask for more.

    When a man/woman works hard for something they want…it is treasured.

    The blacks throw the phrase at us. that WE are “entitled people.”
    My ancestors worked farmlands just to feed themselves.

    My parents used to say this to us: “A prize easily won is not highly valued.”

  4. upaces88 permalink
    04/09/2015 05:03


    I believe that prejudice underlies the development of hatred toward various outgroups. Hence, in order to understand the origins of hatred, it is essential to understand the origins of prejudice. Our genetic/evolutionary heritage provides the initial push toward prejudice. My essential argument is that three sets of genetic/evolutionary processes that lead to prejudice and discrimination evolved in hunter-gatherer tribes. They were appropriate and necessary for that subsistence mode, which characterizes 99% of human existence. These three sets of processes—inclusive fitness, authority-bearing systems, intergroup hostility— are put into motion in nonhunter-gatherer contexts because they have been incorporated into our epigenetic systems. A fourth set of processes, outgroup attractiveness, which is based on the necessity of gene flow, to some extent counteracts the above processes and may lead to the reduction of prejudice and discrimination.

  5. 04/09/2015 05:41

    Well said, my dear. Well said.

  6. upaces88 permalink
    04/09/2015 06:10

    Both of my parents lived through he Great Depression.
    They taught us about ethics, morality, and WORKING is what you do IF you want to stay alive…and buy things you need v. want. “NEED” always came first.

    Both sides of the family picked cotton to “live”. They also had farms to grow their food on; and had one bull, one cow, and lots of chickens. LOL

    IF I wanted the new fad vs. clothing, I was told, “Get a job.”
    Well, I was too young to go out and get a job, so I baby st for extra money.

    That is what my generation did!! “Anything free is not highly values.”

  7. upaces88 permalink
    04/09/2015 06:12

    Boy! I need to correct: “baby sat” vs. “st.”

    Anything free is not highly “VALUED.”

  8. Father Paul Lemmen permalink
    04/09/2015 06:44

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

  9. LadyRavenSDC permalink
    04/09/2015 17:58

    That is one of the best NRA videos I’ve seen. AND the shooting in N.O. – either I’m getting old and have forgotten, or, it just never crossed my path!!!!

  10. 04/09/2015 22:17

    Perfectly said.

  11. 04/09/2015 22:18

    Indeed. Worst housing I’ve ever seen was the issued housing. Why bother if you’re not paying for it?

  12. 04/09/2015 22:19

    You may have never heard of it LR, it was “controlled” information.

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