Message from Asatru Artist - MD in Nice Respectable People Group #general
I use a VPN, is that the problem?
i figured a VPN would help cause you can mask your IP
Nice. What drove you down south?
Ferguson actually nvm thought you asked if I was from southern Mo. Moved for work
He must like Hispanics more...
I drove through some part of TX on my way to Cali a bunch of years ago and all I saw were blacks and Mexicans.
Sounds like most states in the US
Unless you move way out away from civilization
I would love to, but they'll follow us eventually.
Like what they are trying to do with New Hampshire because it's "too white".
I would but I want to be near the fight
Ain't no more running
I'm right in the thick of diversity, don't you worry.
MD is like 52% white now I believe.
I spent a couple weeks in Baltimore this summer
I'm sorry. 😃
Baltimore is a great reminder of why I'm in IE and why I don't want our country to become majority non-white.
It was to visit an ex, really a lose/lose trip there
Baltimore is a lose/lose.
Crabs up there are pretty good tho
Yea I’d imagine if one showed union soldiers modern pics of Detroit or Baltimore they’d stay home
Naw. They'd come down here.
If they believed it at all
"There just simply is no way such a thing could occur"
"You let who do WHAT?!"
Dis boi acting like the North ain't have no dey' dem slaves
You could just find your clothes somewhere else?
I'm afraid the mods are gonna come get us
I could turn this discussion into something very long very quickly
"No starting another Civil War in the chats, guys."
@Rick Flair That was loooong before my political awakening. I was in the fifth grade when that whole Ferguson (Scratch that, Trayvon Martin- oops) debacle was going down, and we used to have a weekly assignment where we had to look up and write a summary for 5 news articles, so I was exposed to the news but I didn't really care about it or put too much effort into it. I remember talking to my mom about the Michael Brown story and questioning her on why it seemed like different news organizations would leave certain facts out of stories, and I was just so puzzled by it. "Aren't journalists supposed to try and search for the truth?" And she had to explain to me the concept of political agendas and biases. I still didn't get it for a while, but looking back I remember her seeming kind of sad while she was talking to me about it. In retrospect, I think it was because she knew that the last vestiges of my innocence were finally disappearing.
Dang, Ferguson was when you were in 5th grade? When I was in 5th grade the OJ Simpson trial was going on
I think. That, or the LA riots