So I am newly single. I got a lil e-date jawn poppin off. So me and this cat are talking, exchanging info, via email last Thursday morning, in between my evidence assignment. Peep the interaction.
Me: So are you seperated as in she has a drawer fulla pannies in your bedroom and a toothbrush in the bathroom.
Him:No, I am seperated as in you should come over and check and see.
Me: N*ggas allways want to come overy they house when they don’t know you
but when the DO know you, they ain’t want you around.
Him: Please don’t call me a n*gga… blah blah blah.
Me: First of all some of my friends like it, some of them don’t.
b. I ain’t gonna lie like imma change, b/c I am probably not.
c. My language is connected to my humanity. Therefore in the name
of Zora, short of being @ work or in a professional setting, I am going to
speak the way I see fit.
Thats too bad, because you are cute and smart.
Him: Yeah, you are sexy too.
Clarence Sutton Sr., president of the Tuscaloosa chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, said he’s taken deep offense to the slur since a 1960 incident when a knife-wielding white youth slapped him and said “Nigger, you wanna fight?”
“From that time on in my life, the word nigger was personal. I associated it with the hate and the very deep disdain that this gentleman had perpetrated on me at the time,” he said.
These days, Sutton said, it’s mostly other blacks he finds using the word.
“I’m fighting now because we have lost a generation of young people who don’t know the history associated with that word,” Sutton said.
No. You there are SOME kids in this generations who don’t KNOW a LOT of sh*t about a lot of shit.
Ensuring that they have Critical thinking skills is more effective than some kockamamie conference on N*ggas.
First of all, don’t you think that our resources could be used for better things:
a. Like addressing the sh*t that Bill Cosby keeps ranting about.
b. Revising the Rockefeller mandatory sentencing laws.
c. Holding public school superintendents and Black Mommas and Daddies accountable for being complicit in under education of Black children.
d. Making sure that Black families don’t lose their homes to forclosure as a result of taking a predatory loan.
e. The REBUILDING OF NEW ORLEANS WITH BLACK PEOPLE.
The word says just as much about us, as it does about them and our history together in this country.
========= I came in on the slunder w/ a lil Saturday morning post.