Originally Posted by Babylon
Next thing you know Banger they'll be letting **** get married and serve in the military. Oh wait they already do.
What does that have to do with anything I said? I never said anything about *** people or this article. I was talking about the reactions by posters in this thread.
I don't have the time in the world to care, or act like I care, about what orifice Kwame Harris prefers. I don't care if he wants to marry another man. I don't care if he wants to marry a man and then go join the military. Or teach in school. Or act in porn. Or work in construction. Or be a firemen (and we all know how *** firemen are). You know why I don't care? Because it doesn't make any difference to me. I'm not losing sleep at night thinking about what the **** are doing. Or what homophobics are thinking / saying about *** people.
I just found the reactions in this thread overly sensitive and naive. Like people are surprised that an NFL player would have these thoughts. Or that any straight male would have these same thoughts for that matter.
I think his initial comment was fine, and that there was nothing wrong with it or surprising. I actually share his view. Call me stupid, call me ignorant, call me homophobic. I'll get over it. And I'm sure Chris Culliver will too. As well as all the *** people he offended. It will all be forgotten by Monday. That's how the world works. Something is said or done to a minority and then people cry about it. Then something else happens and they start crying about that. We live in a disgusting world full of babies.
Did he pick the best time to be duped into answer this question honestly? Obviously not, but it reminds me of the time when Kobe was caught mouthing the word ****** towards an official during a basketball game. All the ******** that he went through (over something that happens in almost every basketball game ever played) made me sick. Just sick of people and how sensitive they are. People are more worried about catching people saying things like this so they can lambaste them and pump themselves up. It's 2013, I think we're over a lot of the **** people continue to ***** and moan about. Everyone has an agenda. **** are no different.
That's why possiblecabbage has a quote in my signature. Comments like that are hilarious to me. People not being comfortable with the way things are. If I went around trying to promote basketball in suburban areas for whites only, people would be offended. If I went around saying there needs to be more white football players, people would go apeshit. But it's okay for blacks to have sports as one of the few outlets in life. You can play sports, become a rap artist, join a gang or sell drugs. "Good luck buddy. Now go out there and be somebody!!" That's why things are the way they are.
Think about the title of the article. Does the term ex-boyfriend need to be included? The importance of the article is about him being ***. Not the fact that he got arrested. It's a worthless article.