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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 12:15 PM
Article doesn’t specify - one was “in the northeastern section of the city,” 2 others in “northwest Baltimore & northeast Baltimore........” etc

 

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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 02:05 PM
When you can't come right out and say it you gotta be crafty. Must be a lot more of a fun challenge stealth trolling "the Little Club" on Whipping Post than hang out on Stormfront where everyone agrees with you.
 

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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 02:09 PM
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12 Shot, Five Dead in eight separate shootings over the weekend in Baltimore - I know, it’s not news - it’s not ‘fake’ news, they did actually happen - just not noteworthy news in a nation numbed to gun violence,

Certainly nothing new in a city overrun by lawlessness & gun violence - it’s the everyday humdrum of things down there - incredible


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which neighborhoods are facing the most violence?


Watching you two trying to discuss black on black violence in Baltimore, while relating it to school shootings, is just sad. No need to speak in code...if you want to talk about black on black crime in cities like Baltimore, Philadelphia, or Chicago, just do it. Stop hiding.

 

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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 02:18 PM
I think he was just asking which neighborhoods were most violent out of the sympathy and basic understanding of the root causes of inner city strife he gained from reading "White Rage". Asking leading questions to get us to figure it out for ourselves, like any good teacher would.
 

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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 02:36 PM
No one is trolling or trying to hide anything, I’m quoting a newspaper article about the latest in ongoing violence in Baltimore - it says nothing about race, that’s just your assumption of what it’s about - read it yourself if you want to clarify anything

 

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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 02:46 PM
I forgot that this thread was about how Democrats’ flawed values contribute to school shootings, my bad. Continue!
 

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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 04:04 PM
Your bad indeed ! Muleman would have been all over this thread to inform you that you are a genocidal bloodthirsty liberal who wants to commit genocide on inner city blacks.
 

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No one is trolling or trying to hide anything


You aren't. Others most certainly are. My post wasn't directed at you. The stealth bullcrap is coming from elsewhere. You are on the level. You strike me as one of the few who are genuinely concerned and aren't using shootings to fuel a macabre agenda.


[Edited on 1/13/2020 by BrerRabbit]

 

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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 06:15 PM
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Article doesn’t specify - one was “in the northeastern section of the city,” 2 others in “northwest Baltimore & northeast Baltimore........” etc


Thanks Stephen.

 

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  posted on 1/13/2020 at 09:17 PM
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I’m quoting a newspaper article about the latest in ongoing violence in Baltimore - it says nothing about race, that’s just your assumption of what it’s about


I wasn’t referring to the author of the article, and I wouldn’t think it did mention race. I’m referring to the ongoing dishonest and deceitful trend among right wing outlets and their audience to immediately point towards inner-city gang violence in prominently black cities, as a way to dismiss, undermine, and criticize Democratic ideas on gun control. It’s a sleazy and cowardly way of expressing the opinion that Democratic laws are to blame for violence in poor black communities.

If that doesn’t describe you, then it was probably a bad idea to revive a thread that is trying to make that exact trash point.

 

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  posted on 1/14/2020 at 06:35 AM
It has nothing to do with political affiliation/agendas, left/right leanings or black on black violence - no one ever said anything about that until you did, not myself, Brer or the article

Would love to visit the Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum - the Bambino was born in Baltimore - would have to think twice tho - who wouldn’t

hopefully the museum doesn’t suffer from low patronage b/c of What The Article Says, Is rampant violence in Baltimore - city officials cited statistics, not politics or a racial divide, in making this claim in the article

Best wishes, good day to all

[Edited on 1/14/2020 by Stephen]

 

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no one ever said anything about that until you did


Exactly. Now you get it. It's my observation of a cowardly act that has been going on for years among the right wing. If that's not what you were doing, then fine, but this thread is an exact example of it.



[Edited on 1/14/2020 by Skydog32103]

 

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I’m quoting a newspaper article about the latest in ongoing violence in Baltimore - it says nothing about race, that’s just your assumption of what it’s about


I wasn’t referring to the author of the article, and I wouldn’t think it did mention race. I’m referring to the ongoing dishonest and deceitful trend among right wing outlets and their audience to immediately point towards inner-city gang violence in prominently black cities, as a way to dismiss, undermine, and criticize Democratic ideas on gun control. It’s a sleazy and cowardly way of expressing the opinion that Democratic laws are to blame for violence in poor black communities.

If that doesn’t describe you, then it was probably a bad idea to revive a thread that is trying to make that exact trash point.


Skydog, I don't get where you think this is going on. Could you perhaps quote where you see this happening?

Where exactly is this

[Edited on 1/15/2020 by Jerry]

 

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no one ever said anything about that until you did


Exactly. Now you get it. It's my observation of a cowardly act that has been going on for years among the right wing. If that's not what you were doing, then fine, but this thread is an exact example of it.



[Edited on 1/14/2020 by Skydog32103]


No I Don’t Get It
I’d ask what “cowardly act” you could possibly be referring to, but your reply would make no sense nor relate to the topic

Jerry I wouldn’t bother following up on whatever Skydog03210 is talking about - it’s all right wing this, left wing that - he called me trash b/c of newspaper info I posted about Baltimore - it’s nothing

 

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Reverting back to topic, one student dead, two arrested in latest high school shooting, this one in the Houston area

 

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no one ever said anything about that until you did


Exactly. Now you get it. It's my observation of a cowardly act that has been going on for years among the right wing. If that's not what you were doing, then fine, but this thread is an exact example of it.



[Edited on 1/14/2020 by Skydog32103]


No I Don’t Get It
I’d ask what “cowardly act” you could possibly be referring to, but your reply would make no sense nor relate to the topic

Jerry I wouldn’t bother following up on whatever Skydog03210 is talking about - it’s all right wing this, left wing that - he called me trash b/c of newspaper info I posted about Baltimore - it’s nothing


Actually, I think we could let the thread die and just ignore him.

 

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  posted on 1/15/2020 at 09:22 PM
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this one in the Houston area


Keep it up, chump. I see you.

 

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this one in the Houston area


Keep it up, chump. I see you.


I remember a poster that acted, and posted a lot like you do now. Possibly you could be him, or just copying his style, just remember that he was banned when he went too far over the line of decency.

 

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  posted on 1/15/2020 at 09:53 PM
Thank you I think?

I think you are well aware that the right always brought up gun violence in Chicago quite a bit whenever Democrats wanted to propose ideas to stop suburban mass shootings. It was everywhere in the media and on this very site. Now it's Baltimore because Cummings was from there. I think it's a cheap way to say that Democratic leaders, like Cummings, are bad at stopping gun violence, and therefore should be dismissed when trying to propose logical common sense gun laws.

Don't mind me, I'm just watching from afar.

 

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Thank you I think?

I think you are well aware that the right always brought up gun violence in Chicago quite a bit whenever Democrats wanted to propose ideas to stop suburban mass shootings. It was everywhere in the media and on this very site. Now it's Baltimore because Cummings was from there. I think it's a cheap way to say that Democratic leaders, like Cummings, are bad at stopping gun violence, and therefore should be dismissed when trying to propose logical common sense gun laws.

Don't mind me, I'm just watching from afar.


You are welcome.
Chicago, New York, and other Democratic held towns were often brought up since the "logical common sense gun laws" proposed were often already in effect in those towns. Hopefully it was to show that the proposed legislation didn't work there, so why did anyone think it would work elsewhere.
One of the "logical common sense gun laws" that are being proposed by some Democrat candidates is to outlaw bump stocks? Did you know that bump stocks are already illegal? Some are proposing laws to ban those convicted of domestic violence from purchasing firearms? Did you know that this is already a Federal Law?
Some propose to ban the sale of automatic weapons. That already, with conditions, falls under the National Firearms Act.
Democrats continuously propose laws that are already on the books. Many Democrats show no knowledge on what they are proposing legislation on.
It seems that they also don't realize that criminals, by the definition of the word, don't follow laws.
Take a look at this and ask yourself if you would trust legislation by people who show they don't know what they are talking about, by talking about it.
ie "heat seeking bullets" "30 caliber clip that fire 30 bullets in half a second", "its legal to hunt humans"?? "perfectly functioning weapons that fire with no ammo"

https://twitter.com/ARmastrangelo/status/968165387694235648

Click on the center of the video to hear audio.

Look at what is being called "logical common sense gun laws", compare it to what is already on the books and you will see what I'm posting about.

 

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I’m quoting a newspaper article about the latest in ongoing violence in Baltimore - it says nothing about race, that’s just your assumption of what it’s about


I wasn’t referring to the author of the article, and I wouldn’t think it did mention race. I’m referring to the ongoing dishonest and deceitful trend among right wing outlets and their audience to immediately point towards inner-city gang violence in prominently black cities, as a way to dismiss, undermine, and criticize Democratic ideas on gun control. It’s a sleazy and cowardly way of expressing the opinion that Democratic laws are to blame for violence in poor black communities.

If that doesn’t describe you, then it was probably a bad idea to revive a thread that is trying to make that exact trash point.


Skydog, I don't get where you think this is going on. Could you perhaps quote where you see this happening?

Where exactly is this



LOL. This response belongs in the Purposefully Obtuse Hall of Fame.

 

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I think you are well aware that the right always brought up gun violence in Chicago quite a bit whenever Democrats wanted to propose ideas to stop suburban mass shootings. It was everywhere in the media and on this very site. Now it's Baltimore because Cummings was from there. I think it's a cheap way to say that Democratic leaders, like Cummings, are bad at stopping gun violence, and therefore should be dismissed when trying to propose logical common sense gun laws..


I think it's fair to ask "Why are these cities at the forefront of this issue"?...Why are not Bozeman, Mt., Portland Maine & Des Moines IA, included in this discussion?... This is a reality that the left does not want to face.

 

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I think it's fair to ask "Why are these cities at the forefront of this issue"?...Why are not Bozeman, Mt., Portland Maine & Des Moines IA, included in this discussion?


How about telling us your answer first. Then we will share ours. Instead of your constant suggestive questions, just let it out man.


 

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I think it's fair to ask "Why are these cities at the forefront of this issue"?...Why are not Bozeman, Mt., Portland Maine & Des Moines IA, included in this discussion?


How about telling us your answer first. Then we will share ours. Instead of your constant suggestive questions, just let it out man.


Because my answer is straightforward and is in direct conflict with what the left deems "PC"...

And your response will be 100% predictable and will include "labels"

You know and I know it. Why the dance?

 

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Because my answer is straightforward . . .


Ok, so you are not going to offer your straightforward answer. Why are you expecting answers from others on a question you won't answer?

Looks a discussion D.O.A. to me.

 
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