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Cynique

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  1. @Pioneer1You are really grasping at straws. It should've gone without saying that you were excluded from appreciating powerful white men who are kind because it's obvious you can't bring yourself to appreciate good character in a human being. That's how flawed your character is. And i hope you will continue to be offended by my not addressing Nubian Fellow the way you want me to. You don't tell me how to react to his words or what to call him. Just like Mel doesn't owe you any further explanations as to however she feels about black and white men. You act like you're somebody who we women
  2. I have some thoughts on all of this subject. I was very interested to hear Chevdove elucidate on the Black Foot Indians. My father told us his mother, who was not married to his father, was a native American woman. I had no reason to doubt this because there was big portrait of her in a round ornate picture frame, that hung in my parents' bedroom. Because this picture was not in color i can only deduce that her skin color was medium tone, being neither dark nor light. She had an abundant crop of hair that was probably black in color, and wavy rather than straight in texture. It was styled
  3. This is a lie. i never said that i preferred white men over black ones because white ones were better. i said i can appreciate a powerful white man who is also kind, which is what we all said, but you continue to distort this because you are so consumed with envy and insecurity. i also said i could appreciate these 2 traits in black men. I married and was wed to a black man for 50 years so it's not like i have to defend myself against your ridiculous accusations. You just can't get over me defending a white guy who said he was married and who expressed his intention of trying to empathize wi
  4. Until you can refute the information, then you need to shut up.
  5. @Pioneer1You're full of it. i'll let Mel speak for herself but, me, I like Nubian fellow and love the way he articulates his points. Not seeing eye-to-eye when it comes to black hair is the thing he and I disagree about. We haven't clashed about any other aspect of black beauty. He's very perceptive and realistic when it comes to black men, as well as the ramifications of Africa's downfall. And he is not obsessed with the ridiculous idea that black women idolize all white men and look down on all black ones. Your lies about us equating wealth coupled with kindness as a sign of extraordinar
  6. I gave information as to the current status of the case, something you can't comprehend because you are repelled by facts. How you can consider yourself well informed is laughable. You can't even come up with an assessment of the situation that is something other than the same ol tired rhetoric. Actually, the African American community, including you, is pissing on itself because they think Jussie is being railroaded by the Chicago police. Now wipe your snotty nose and shuffle on back into your dank black man cave before Mel and Del do another number on you. You can pass the time by fant
  7. @TroySnake Girl was one of Kola's alter egos. i think Baby girl was a fairly mainstream person who was quite literate, and as i seem to recall her fiance had tragically drowned....
  8. i don't know whether you can legislate the acceptance of hairstyles that the mainstream deems bizarre. Private industry can find ways to circumvent this law via of promotions and perks. Furthermore, there is hair, and there are hair styles. A lot of these extreme styles are not natural, They are extended bedecked affectations. And i continue to dispute your assertion that black people are confused about their identity. if they can trace their roots back 3 or 4 generations in this country, and most can, they know who they are and should not be encouraged to ignore this by those who want to
  9. @NubianFellowAll of your theories which are shared by many many others who all believe that white people work in concert and are apparently of one mind when it comes to how blacks are to be handled, something made possible because whites have gotten together and planned it all out. The notorious "THEY". Aside from resembling the plot of a dystopian sci-fi novel, what you say mostly serves to reinforce the idea of how superior whites are, as evidenced by how they are able to exert this much control over the fate of blacks. i happen to think that what exists in America today is th
  10. Jussie has a good lawyer and he'll be given his day in court to defend himself against these charges brought against him based on the findings of a grand jury. From what i understand, most of the charges stem from him telling 2 entirely different versions of what happened to him when interviewed by 2 different detectives. in one he said he could tell his attacker was white because he could see his white skin showing through the eye-holes of his ski mask...
  11. In keeping with a familiar rationale that blacks come up with whenever one of their own has been publicly shamed, some jokester said the take-down of RKelly is all a part of a white conspiracy to ruin him because he was planning to buy the Nickelodean Network.
  12. @NubianFellow @Troy @Mel Hopkins We all seem to be on the same page. I was just getting ready to post my thoughts when Mel's above comment agreeing with Troy's appeared. To me, being "woke" is relative. One group's wakeful mindset is, indeed, another's yawn of dismissal. A very insightful definition that originated with Einstein describes insanity as continuing to repeat the same behavior over and over, and expecting a different result. Such has been the case with black people who for a least a century have been calling for black unity year in and year out, expecting for it to become a s
  13. Welcome, back Nubian Fellow! I hate false eyelashes, and I find synthetic extensions that replicate Afro hair texture to be oxymorons. Everything is a delusion when it comes to female vanity. Black people should make stable family units a reality when it comes to progress. Anyway, you will undoubtedly be happy to hear that 2 black women are competing to be the next mayor of Chicago, and they both wear their hair natural. Too bad this might work against them among white voters. That's a dilemma when seeking power. White people fear blacks whose appearance suggests a threat
  14. i guess i do start with a question. And the questions are rarely ones i ponder about. They simply pop into of my head, and they can catch people off guard because they are so invested in their beliefs, that they overlook the obvious. i am a very curious person dating back to my childhood. This curiosity coupled with my natural skepticism has earned me the label of being negative. However, i think of myself as taking an overview and being cynical is a result. Being positive has its place, but you never hear about how often being positive has not achieved a desired goal. A lo
  15. @Pioneer1Yes, guess i was expecting too much when i hoped Nubian Fellow wouldn't be a "one-trick pony" who had no other subject to comment on other than the conflict between black men and women, - even if he did agree with many of the things i said about brothers, as did Gibran. But i still have Troy and Del to make up for their loss and to keep things interesting.
  16. Get outta here, pioneer, and your pro promiscuous self. You wouldn't have a problem with a woman exploiting and abusing her male employees; you 'd envy them and try to get job working for her in hope of being the recipient of what you'd consider fringe benefits. Didn't i tell you how easy you are to pick on. LOL And i must say, Del, your above responses to Troy's question were so much more thought provoking and informative than pioneer's dull, vapid testimony.
  17. @ Peeonear. Unfortunately for you, neither Del nor i place any credence in anything you say. Especially since you ignore his accurate descriptions of you. And you really have convinced yourself that of all the cool guys on this board that i would stalk a dufus like you who early-on pouted because me and the other women who posted here never take what you say seriously. LOL. As i have said on numerous occasions, most of what you say makes you easy pickins to dispute. Your ego just begs to be deflated. BTW, Nubian Fellow and Gibran, if you're reading this, i sure wish you would start pos
  18. No. I suggest you have sex with consenting partners, preferably black women or men. Who shields and protects gay men? I don't. I just reject your implying that any guy who doesn't rub you the right way as being gay. I support any black man who has not been caught and proven to be a predator. Furthermore, any straight man should be able to cut the apron strings and protect and shield himself.
  19. Everybody and their brother is patting themselves on the back, as if their gut feelings about this case is an indication of how wise they are, never taking into consideration how most black folks have a knee jerk reaction when it comes to how police deal with black victims. Blacks are naturally suspicious about any situation that involves them and law enforcement . That's why the conspiracy crowd is now embracing Bill Cosby and RKelly, creating rationales for their being found guilty. Now a documentary about Michael Jackson is being aired tonight on HBO as an expose of how Michael really wa
  20. My subconscious is my built-in computer. When i can't remember something i know, all i have to do is feed the data i do remember about the subject into my subconscious mind, and it will process the data and the specific answer i am seeking will pop into my head in a short matter of time. Whatever problem i think about before i go to sleep at night, will be sorted out when i wake up in the morning because my subconscious mind does its thing . My subconscious mind is my alter ego, my best friend, and my spiritual guide. My unconscious mind programs and symbolizes my dreams.
  21. @Pioneer1Of course you wouldn't think they are funny because they ridicule and expose you for what you are. And, of course, the first thing you resort to when you can't come up with a retort is to make references to your tormenter's sexual orientation, something which seems to always be on your mind.
  22. @Pioneer1 You are really itchy over my being civil to this white guest poster, Lorne Carle. It's eating away at you. You can't let it go. And you actually think i have an obligation to justify to you my treatment of Mr. Carle, and that he owes you a response. He and me will let you stew in your juices. Hope our thwarting your eagerness to examine our behavior doesn't aggravate your anal cyst....
  23. @TroyYou seem to be under the impression that i live and breath FaceBook. I don't. It's a diversion that i check out daily and then go about my life. i wish you'd stick to scolding me for not caring about the danger FaceBook poses to my progeny rather than implying that i am ignorant of its flaws and pitfalls. How could i be, as much as you preach to me about them? What i say now and have always said is that I don't give a damn about the dire implications FaceBook portends. It is what it is. A sign of the times. You do enough worrying for both of us. Keep at it.
  24. @Troy Calling somebody unorthodox is not a disparagement. Here is the definition of the word "unorthdox": contrary to what is usual, traditional, or accepted. Synonyms: unconventional, unusual, uncommon. (Maybe i should also provide you with a definition of disparagement.) And even if unorthodox was a negative word, i don't have to placate you and pioneer for my iconoclastic approach to this subject. In my self-proclaimed role of a iconoclast, i seek the truth. Why wouldn't i investigate Frances Cress Wellsing's backstory? She was a public figure. Why should she escape scrutiny? You and
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