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I often have wondered WHERE the phrases “white” and “black” came from. But then, people took it to the extreme with RED and YELLOW and BROWN and gods know what else.  I grew up in a very strict Southern Baptist household. And at church, in Sunday school, the used to sing a riff about “Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world, RED AND YELLOW, BLACK AND WHITE, they are precious in his sight, Jesus loves the little children of the world."  Guess what? That Jesus was an ignorant fuck.  It occurred to me at one point - WTF is with these COLORS being assigned to people. RED? Native Americans are RED? Now that’s just ridiculous. The men I post on here from Scotland and Ireland and Iceland are more RED than some Native American! But they were considered WHITE as I was growing up.  So what did it mean?  I came to see these “adjectives” as very nasty. So I decided to try my best not to use them anymore. I got really sick of someone saying “who are you talking about” only to hear the other person say “that BLACK guy over there in the red shirt”. That should NOT be part of the way we speak about one another.  The police are the worst. When something happens, they IMMEDIATELY want to know if it was black, hispanic, white, etc. I kind of understand where that comes from, they need to identify people. If a crime happens, and I say “the guy was slightly dark skinned” I don’t know how it would go down. I would MUCH rather say “with a blue hat and gray pants and wearing a brown leather jacket”. But that’s just me.  This is just one way I believe we can stop identifying and being identified with things that are not even real. I found the darkest skinned man I could find and an ALBINO man and put them on a page with black and white stripes.  Black is an actual color. It’s not really a color, it is the ABSENCE of color. Still a color nonetheless. And no one on planet earth has skin the color of black. In the same way, white is every color mixed together, but still a color. And no one on earth has the skin color of white. We often think MILK is white; it isn’t. Milk is not even close to white.  On a color spectrum, black and white are polar opposites. Meaning, North Pole, South Pole. When we use these words to describe human beings, we are (without realizing it) making a really rough distinction: I’M DIFFERENT THAN HIM. NOT JUST DIFFERENT, I AM EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE OF HIM.  This may seem silly at first but think about it. ♥

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today was intense with all that michael brown discussion… i just hope for 2 things:

1) police brutality will stop
2) assumed racism will stop
Both are equally fanning the flames of division and mistrust of PEOPLE in general (based on skin tone) and of those who are supposed to be Public Servants.

Like it or not, we need the police.  I don’t like them very much, but they are necessary.  However, more and more the police are becoming MILITARIZED and that bothers me.  Are they going to start power-mongering on an even larger scale?  

I think the most powerful example of abuse of power I’ve seen (maybe ever) was the NYC man who was locked in a choke-hold until he literally choked to death.  There were untold number of police standing around, and yes the man was being loud and possibly obnoxious, but the police really showed a murderous element in that.  

I watched all the versions of that video and it sickened me.  I wanted to shoot and/or snap the necks of every cop standing there.  Because they could NOT just WALK AWAY.  The guy was not breaking the law, he wasn’t doing anything.  But words were exchanged, and the power-monger cops cannot back down.  It’s like a PRIDE thing with them.  

So instead of just simply leaving, it escalated until that guy with asthma, a really large guy - and older (not too young guy) gets 2 or 3 cops jumping on him because he won’t obey their fucking commands……. leading to attempts to cuff him and do……… what?  Arrest him for resisting arrest when he wasn’t breaking any law to begin with?

So all these cops are on him and one has the choke hold and the guy’s saying over and over “I can’t breathe” yet it continues, and he literally is killed in the street and all the rest of the cops are too busy pushing people with VIDEO PHONES back so they can’t film…. too busy covering themselves to save a dying man.  Then, the gurney comes and 5 of them lift the body onto the gurney, they take him away like garbage and then the cops disperse.

The horrors I would like to personally inflict on those motherfuckers.  Especially the NYC cops.  They just look at themselves like Captain Fukken America and all this macho shit and probably telling stories about how they picked people out of the 911 debris.  Pieces of shit.

Sorry, I went on a journey there…
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I often have wondered WHERE the phrases “white” and “black” came from.  But then, people took it to the extreme with RED and YELLOW and BROWN and gods know what else.  

I grew up in a very strict Southern Baptist household.  And at church, in Sunday school, the used to sing a riff about “Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world, RED AND YELLOW, BLACK AND WHITE, they are precious in his sight, Jesus loves the little children of the world."

Guess what?  That Jesus was an ignorant fuck.  

It occurred to me at one point - WTF is with these COLORS being assigned to people.  RED?  Native Americans are RED?  Now that’s just ridiculous.  The men I post on here from Scotland and Ireland and Iceland are more RED than some Native American!  But they were considered WHITE as I was growing up.

So what did it mean?

I came to see these “adjectives” as very nasty.  So I decided to try my best not to use them anymore.  I got really sick of someone saying “who are you talking about” only to hear the other person say “that BLACK guy over there in the red shirt”.  That should NOT be part of the way we speak about one another.

The police are the worst.  When something happens, they IMMEDIATELY want to know if it was black, hispanic, white, etc.  I kind of understand where that comes from, they need to identify people.  If a crime happens, and I say “the guy was slightly dark skinned” I don’t know how it would go down.  I would MUCH rather say “with a blue hat and gray pants and wearing a brown leather jacket”.  But that’s just me.

This is just one way I believe we can stop identifying and being identified with things that are not even real.  I found the darkest skinned man I could find and an ALBINO man and put them on a page with black and white stripes.  

Black is an actual color.   It’s not really a color, it is the ABSENCE of color.  Still a color nonetheless.  And no one on planet earth has skin the color of black.  In the same way, white is every color mixed together, but still a color.  And no one on earth has the skin color of white.  We often think MILK is white; it isn’t.  Milk is not even close to white.

On a color spectrum, black and white are polar opposites.  Meaning, North Pole, South Pole.  When we use these words to describe human beings, we are (without realizing it) making a really rough distinction: I’M DIFFERENT THAN HIM.  NOT JUST DIFFERENT, I AM EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE OF HIM.

This may seem silly at first but think about it. ♥
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That’s not small and the whole package is quite yummy. 😘👍💦

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a trusted source felt the need to tell me this guy has Herpes but doesn’t tell people he is with.  So, if you live near him or whatever, take precautions?

This has been a BBC public service announcement.
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Continuing with Incredible “Truths”

From www.cnn.com/interactive/2014/08/us/ferguson-brown-timeline/

Lawyer’s version:

Brown runs, then turns

Johnson and a bloodied Brown take off running. Johnson hides behind the first car he sees, according to Johnson’s account. The officer gets out of his car.

“I saw the officer proceeding after my friend Big Mike with his gun drawn, and he fired a second shot and that struck my friend Big Mike,” Johnson told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.

“And at that time, he turned around with his hands up, beginning to tell the officer that he was unarmed and to tell him to stop shooting. But at that time, the officer fired several more shots into my friend, and he hit the ground and died.”

Bosley, Johnson’s attorney, later clarifies that Brown’s hands were above his shoulders.

“The cop gets out of his vehicle shooting,” Mitchell said. “(Brown’s) body jerked as if he was hit from behind, and he turned around, and he put his hands up. … The cop continued to fire until he just dropped down to the ground, and his face just smacks the concrete.”

Crenshaw: “He started chasing after the boy. I’m hearing shots fired … one did graze him. … At the end he just turned around … and then was shot multiple times.”

“He was running for his life and just got shot and turned around and didn’t try to reach for anything. He put his hands in the air being compliant and he still got shot down like a dog.”

Michael Brady says he saw the end of the confrontation: “By the time I gets outside, he’s already turned around, facing the officer. He’s balled up, he had his arms under his stomach and he was halfway down, like he was going down, and the officer lets out three or four shots at him.”


Cops’ version:

Brown runs, then turns

Josie: “Michael takes off with his friend. They get to be about 35 feet away and Darren [Wilson], of course protocol is to pursue. So he stands up and yells, ‘Freeze!’ Michael and his friend turn around and Michael starts taunting him. ‘Oh, what are you going to do about it? You’re not gonna shoot me.’

Josie: “And then he said all of a sudden [Michael] just started to bum rush him. He just started coming at him full speed so [Wilson] he just started shooting and he just kept coming. So [Wilson] really thinks [Brown] was on something because he just kept coming. It was unbelievable. And then so he finally ended up, the final shot was in the forehead and then he fell about 2, 3 feet in front of the officer.”

How many times did Officer Wilson shoot?

Jackson, Ferguson police chief, said Wilson was taken to a local hospital and treated for a swollen face.

At least six bullets hit Michael Brown, including a fatal shot to the head, the family’s autopsy shows.

One bullet entered the top of Brown’s head.


This is where the story ends so far as facts and testimony are concerned. I don’t know what to believe. It is very difficult to conclude anything. I have to return to the idea that the cop was choke-holding this large man THROUGH HIS CAR WINDOW while in a sitting position and pulling him into the vehicle saying “I will shoot you”.

My blog has A LOT of STRONGMEN and weightlifters going on here. I don’t know how strong you would have to be to perform that act on ANYONE.

Concerning the running away thing, and the returning, it seems if the cop was out for blood, he would have shot at least one of them in the back. Why didn’t they keep running? Why stop?

I admit to not knowing what happened. My premise from the beginning was that I DO NOT KNOW what happened. These are 2 very different accounts. I just despise those who believe they DO know what happened, and are using that young man’s face and name to propagate a racial inferno when it is still unclear what really happened.

All they see is a light-skinned man with a badge and a young darker-skinned man ————— and they immediately inject racism and hatred.

THAT is makes me sick in all this. ↑↑↑↑↑

Even More Incredible “Truths”

From www.cnn.com/interactive/2014/08/us/ferguson-brown-timeline/

I guess this is Brown’s lawyer’s story?

The officer drives away but then puts the car in reverse and backs up rapidly. The car slants, almost hitting Johnson and Brown, Johnson tells CNN.

“We were so close, almost inches away, that when he tried to open his door aggressively, the door ricocheted both off me and Big Mike’s body and closed back on the officer,” Johnson said.

Still in his car, the officer grabs Brown by his neck, Johnson said. Brown tries to pull away, but the officer keeps pulling Brown toward him, he said.

Johnson: “My friend, Big Mike, very angrily is trying to pull away from the officer.”

The officer draws his weapon. He says “‘I’ll shoot” or “I’m about to shoot.” “I’m standing so close to Big Mike and the officer, I look in his window and I see that he has his gun pointed at both of us. And when he fired his weapon, I moved seconds before he pulled the trigger. I saw the fire come out the barrel and I instinctually knew it was a gun. I looked at my friend Big Mike and saw he was struck in the chest or upper region because I saw blood spatter down his side.”

Johnson: “At no point in time did they struggle over the weapon because the weapon was already drawn on us.”

Bosley says Brown still has the cigarillos taken from the store in his hand so he was trying to maneuver himself away from the officer.

Tiffany Mitchell, who was picking up a colleague to go to work, said she saw some of the confrontation. Wilson and Brown were “tussling through the window.” “It looked as if the kid was pulling away and the officer was pulling him in.” “A shot was fired through the window.”

Piaget Crenshaw, Mitchell’s co-worker, said she saw what happened from her apartment while waiting for Mitchell: “The officer was just trying to pull him into the vehicle – that’s just what it looked like.”


I guess this is the cops’ version:

Josie: “So he goes in reverse back to them. He tries to get out of his car. They slam his door shut violently. I think he said Michael [Brown] did. Then he opens his car again and tries to get out and as he stands up Michael just bum rushes him, and just shoves him back into his car, punches him in the face and then of course Darren grabs for his gun and Michael grabs the gun. At one point he’s got the gun totally turned against his hip and then he shoves it away and the gun goes off.”

“The genesis of this was a physical confrontation,” St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said.

Wilson tries to exit his vehicle but Brown pushes him back into the car, according to the preliminary investigation, Belmar said.

Brown physically assaults the police officer and there is a struggle over the officer’s gun, Belmar said.

A shot is fired inside the police car.


The cop grabbing this big guy through the window while he is still seated in the car seems TERMINATORISH to me. With one arm, you are going to chokehold someone’s throat and pull them into the vehicle? It doesn’t make sense. Sorry. None of that does. And the whole “I’ll shoot you” or “I’m gonna shoot”.

Some of you youngins need to go read or watch TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD and the testimony of Mayella Ewell.