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Discussion in 'General' started by hand2handking, Apr 24, 2017.
Solid post from Super
What's controversial about it? Its the right thing to do.
**** what racists think.
*disclaimer: i copied the title from the article
Just a little update for y'all....
I really fear that it's going to get out of control soon. I live literally two minutes from this monument. The monument supporters are largely from other places in the south sadly.
Do you know where history is conserved? In museums and history books. All this talk about preserving it by keeping the symbols of one of the greatest proponents of American division in public places is moot.
^If only the illiterate racist put this much effort into English and history classes in his 8 years of high school and 10 years of community college
What alternate reality is this? Level 50 ****in with cheat codes activated.
scrubbing history is dumb yet you do the same when topics of your lineage comes into play. especially when it concerns the african side of your roots. You pick and choose where you want to argue. so it's funny to see you take this side of the argument, however, i am in no way surprised. your track record is beyond tarnished. so i guess it's expected.
Should us black folks really give a damn?
For centuries we have had non black cultures try and erase our presence history culture and artifacts.
I mean come one you gotta be a straight hater to do stuff like this.
We are surrounded by haters who do stuff like this!
Nonprofit Leader: Removal of 2 Memphis Confederate Monuments 'Only the Beginning'
I always hated the "the confederate flag isn't about racism" arguments.
We all know one of the biggest points of contention that the south had. Either you were down with it, or you are okay with something that abhorrent that you would still wave that flag. Either way, **** you basically.
as someone who don't care either way, i can see how that would be a valid argument by da existence of...
being a iconic pop cultural piece of television, which transcended way past its origins.
so yeah, you kinda have to factor in da fact that most people only know of da flag in da 1st place cuz of da TV show back in da day...
TV Ratings: 1980-1981
[ TV Ratings Index ] Jump to a Year: 1980, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90.
> 1980 - 1981 (Households with TV: 79,900,000)
RANK SHOW NETWORK
2. The Dukes of Hazzard CBS 21,812,700
3. 60 Minutes CBS 21,573,000
4. M*A*S*H CBS 20,534,300
5. The Love Boat ABC 19,415,700
The Jeffersons CBS 18,776,500
Alice CBS 18,297,100
House Calls CBS 17,897,600
Three's Company ABC 17,897,600
Little House on the Prairie NBC 17,657,900
One Day at a Time CBS 17,578,000
Real People NBC 17,178,500
13. Archie Bunker's Place CBS 17,098,600
14. Magnum, P.I. CBS 16,779,000
15. Happy Days ABC 16,619,200
16. Too Close for Comfort ABC 16,619,200
17. Fantasy Island ABC 16,539,300
18. Trapper John, M.D. CBS 16,539,300
19. Diff'rent Strokes NBC 16,539,300
Monday Night Football ABC 16,459,400
Laverne & Shirley ABC 16,459,400
That's Incredible ABC 16,379,500
Hart to Hart ABC 15,900,100
ABC Sunday Night Movie ABC 15,500,600
CHiPS NBC 15,500,600
The Facts of Life NBC 15,420,700
Lou Grant CBS 15,260,900
Knots Landing CBS 15,181,000
NBC Monday Night Movie NBC 15,021,200
The Waltons CBS 14,861,400
[ TV Ratings Index ] [ ClassicTVHits.com Main Page ]
judging by da ratings in its second season on network television, it was pretty popular.
^ its a neck to neck race between u and h2hcocks for the most ignorant person on nt. You just took the lead with that atrocious example.
God damn you're ignorant.
ayo my man, you doing alot of gum flappin when u need to do more listening.
this energy u giving off for no reason based on a assessment i made from a television show viewed by 21+ million people which you can make da case, exposed da Confederate flag for da 1st time in a innocuous way SHOULD be...
as a New Yorker, da 1st time i ever seen that Flag was on da roof of a Orange Charger, and Millions of other folks in my demographic have that same shared experience, so im factoring in that factoid.
that's all im saying...all that other ish u can keep to urself b.
Yes bro, peoples first acknowledgement of the flag is because of da hemi on tv.
Holy **** unbelievable.
You do know life exist out of nyc right? You thinking the entire world shares the same life experiences as you really shows how dense you are.
Were u eem alive in 80....81 ? Lol
Im from the south and I've never seen that show once.
First time i saw a confederate flag was on a person.
uhh yeah...even Ebro, da outspoken radio host on black issues on hot 97 shared similar sentiments.
what you think, large swaths of people of color in da 80's weren't watching Duke's of Hazzard by da millions and being exposed to it for da 1st time?
surely u can't be this naive....we're talking pre internet, pre cable, entertainment landscape...
i was born in 83, they were replaying Duke's of Hazzard along with knight riders, and all that other 80's goodness well into da early-mid 90's on Saturday afternoons.