Message from Kaiser Dishelm in Vibrant Diversity #general


2017-02-21 03:36:02 UTC  

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2017-02-21 03:43:01 UTC  

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2017-02-21 03:43:23 UTC  

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2017-02-21 03:49:27 UTC  

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2017-02-21 03:56:06 UTC  

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2017-02-21 04:03:59 UTC  

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2017-02-21 04:04:46 UTC  

lol nice @Caerulus_Rex

2017-02-21 04:05:13 UTC  

That cultural appropriation meme is nice. Tweet it out and I'll RT it

2017-02-21 04:05:20 UTC  

not that my reach is worth a shit anymore

2017-02-21 04:05:29 UTC  

okey doke

2017-02-21 04:11:13 UTC  

y'all will love this...the old sign downtown where I grew up

2017-02-21 04:11:28 UTC  

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2017-02-21 04:11:47 UTC  

no longer there, of course

2017-02-21 04:11:54 UTC  

greenville, nc?

2017-02-21 04:11:55 UTC  

but my father-in-law claims to know where it is

2017-02-21 04:11:59 UTC  

Texas!

2017-02-21 04:13:51 UTC  

The sign read: "Welcome to Greenville, The Blackest Land, The Whitest People."[12][13] The original intent behind "the whitest people" was to define "the citizens of Greenville as friendly, trustworthy and helpful was sincere, and it was meant to include all citizens, regardless of race."[13] However, the sign subsequently acquired racial overtones, and the original sign was taken down and placed into storage on April 13, 1965, possibly at the urging of Texas Governor John Connally, who had made a visit to the town weeks before.[13] In 1968, Greenville Sybil Maddux had the sign reinstalled, with the wording modified to read "The Greatest People"; the original sign is in the collection of the Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum.[

2017-02-21 04:14:38 UTC  

that's why you never cuck

2017-02-21 04:14:56 UTC  

it was certainly racial

2017-02-21 04:15:10 UTC  

this is the only thing I drink when I rarely drink.

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2017-02-21 04:15:23 UTC  

I had that for the first time a few months ago

2017-02-21 04:15:26 UTC  

not too shabby

2017-02-21 04:17:12 UTC  

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2017-02-21 04:19:36 UTC  

@everyone If you're online come hang in the voice chat 😁

2017-02-21 04:22:58 UTC  

@WACRx 14:35 to 14:55

2017-02-21 04:23:19 UTC  

Luke...thats gonna be my second boys name

2017-02-21 04:23:25 UTC  

lolol

2017-02-21 04:24:03 UTC  

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2017-02-21 04:24:08 UTC  

This just made my day. Poor dirty little hippie scum

2017-02-21 04:24:37 UTC  

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2017-02-21 04:25:25 UTC  

there's another good one...I'm trying to find it on jewtube but I only have a faceberg link...

2017-02-21 04:26:31 UTC  

lol here it is

2017-02-21 04:26:37 UTC  

in the first 30 seconds