Toddlers who dislike spicy food 'racist'

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Merantes

Absolutely insane. For another example of insanity, a Canadian court has recently overruled a father's ability to ground his teenage daughter. (There's a thread). What is wrong with these people?
 
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Burning Giraffe

Absolutely insane. For another example of insanity, a Canadian court has recently overruled a father's ability to ground his teenage daughter. (There's a thread). What is wrong with these people?
They despise freedom, love power, and are hell bent on having control.
 
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Inkslinger

They despise freedom, love power, and are hell bent on having control.
Who wouldn't after seeing the buttload of money the REPUBLICAN CONSERVATIVE aka BushCo has extorted from Americans & the world.
Amazing that you peoples pieholes are still flappin'......
 
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Burning Giraffe

Who wouldn't after seeing the buttload of money the REPUBLICAN CONSERVATIVE aka BushCo has extorted from Americans & the world.
Amazing that you peoples pieholes are still flappin'......
:flickoff: what makes you think one has anything to do with the other. Two ends of a piece of shit stink equally as bad. No use in trying to justify one end by the other.
 
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Djinn

At the 1997 Masters (golf) tournament, golfer "Fuzzy" Zoeller made a controversial remark regarding Tiger Woods. After finishing tied for 34th place with a score of 78, Zoeller, referring to the following year's Master's Club Champion's Dinner, for which the defending champion selects the menu, said:

"That little boy is driving well and he's putting well. He's doing everything it takes to win. So, you know what you guys do when he gets in here? You pat him on the back and say congratulations and enjoy it and tell him not to serve fried chicken next year.... or collard greens or whatever the hell they serve."

Would anyone here consider the above comment to be racially insensitive?

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And for what it's worth, they don't give a rat's ass whether your toddler likes spicy food. This is England, where traditional foods are virtually devoid of flavor. They don't care about kids that don't like spicy foods. They are noting kids that announce that they don't like "chink food," for example.
 
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Inkslinger

:flickoff: what makes you think one has anything to do with the other. Two ends of a piece of shit stink equally as bad. No use in trying to justify one end by the other.
Because you never speak of the exposed shit.The other end of the turd is still unseen, in the anus..... how come I don't hear the outrage of what this administration has done to this country. Focus on the "now". Not what's to be or has been (which is directed mainly at libs/dems). You sound no different than all the irresponsible partisan parrots that are on this board.
 
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Blueneck

The Libertarian answer to this problem. If you don't like Canada, don't live there. If you don't like Europe, don't live there.

If you don't like the public school system in any country, don't enroll your children there.

If other countries wish to be Socialists, that's there business, and has nothing to do with the US.

So as FFA would say, MYOB.
 
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Oftencold

The Libertarian answer to this problem. If you don't like Canada, don't live there. If you don't like Europe, don't live there.

If you don't like the public school system in any country, don't enroll your children there.

If other countries wish to be Socialists, that's there business, and has nothing to do with the US.

So as FFA would say, MYOB.
In principle I agree with you here. The problem though is that all of the above have lengthy histories of expecting others to fix the problems created by their choices, and we as a generally benevolent people oblige them.
 
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Merantes

The Libertarian answer to this problem. If you don't like Canada, don't live there. If you don't like Europe, don't live there.

If you don't like the public school system in any country, don't enroll your children there.

If other countries wish to be Socialists, that's there business, and has nothing to do with the US.

So as FFA would say, MYOB.
Half of me agrees with this sentiment. The other half wants to go Levitical on them. "Root out the evil amongst you."
 
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Blueneck

In principle I agree with you here. The problem though is that all of the above have lengthy histories of expecting others to fix the problems created by their choices, and we as a generally benevolent people oblige them.
As long as they have free elections, they are entitled to have whatever government they wish. If we don't like it we can invade them. :)

I don't agree that we have a habit of bailing out truly Socialist countries. And quite frankly, they mildly Socialistic ones cause us way less trouble than the Democratic state of Israel, religious monarchies, banana republics and whatever the fuck hybrid from hell China is supposed to be.

When was the last time we did anything for Cuba, Vietnam or North Korea?