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 Whisky_River
Joined: 12/2/2015
Msg: 426
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Actually...It is just that simple.
Some people want other people to think and act/react like them or there is something wrong with them, if they don't.
See it on here all the time ! If someone talks out of their norm...in their opinion...something has got to be wrong with that person.
It's called being closed minded and judgmental or is it just "mental"...must be the latter, because the word "therapy" is thrown around a lot.
I stick to my first thought....let them be.
 2beetoo
Joined: 4/20/2016
Msg: 427
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 10:15:44 AM
"Actually, "Jerome s law is a response to Your " go to" , which is- when all else fails, reference black people, Jim crow or slavery"

Don't know anything about this law, but stating facts about angry can not be disputed.
 Onyx49
Joined: 3/6/2016
Msg: 428
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 10:29:30 AM
The only thing I know about Jerome's Law, is that everytime a white person on this site get checked on their racist conduct...they recite that...I've otherwise never heard of it, nor does it matter...I've made my call on you as an individual
as previously stated for reasons given...it's typical to walk back or try to redefine what you said or meant but it won't matter.... you're a racist and it will stand...GOTCHA.....


 lilydreams
Joined: 3/4/2016
Msg: 429
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 10:39:23 AM

The LGTB, community started this conversation about using the bathrooms of whatever sexuality they claim.
However, not all TS, are created equally...for example...some only dress in drag on the weekends...the rest of the time they are dressed as a...mechanic, lumberjack, construction worker...or whatever...and within that group are additional sick perverts.


And jut who else within that group are "additional sick perverts"??? Mechanics, construction workers? You do know that sick perverts come in any occupation....some are lawyers, priests, Senators, Congressmen and CEO's of large Fortune 500 corporations. Hell, you sister might be a pervert.


The LGTB's...know this...and realize they can't Police, this order of misfits...so we have too.


Really? There are some "misfit" police, lawyers, judges out there plus who know what that Juror #5 does to his daughter when he gets home. Not all "misfits" have a penis and wear a bustier.


As for all of the other laws recently unleashed against the LGBT, community to prevent them from enjoying life...this also has to go.


Exactly. Let Caitlyn Jenner pee in the Ladies Room and let Chaz Bono pee in the Mens Room. It is just this simple.
 caballerosiempre
Joined: 12/5/2015
Msg: 430
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 10:54:41 AM
and when a black person IS angry..and rude & douchey ... something like blubberman..it's not allowable to mention it?

gotta tread lightly on those eggshells , hmm? that statement itself IS actually racist.
got to be careful to never, ever say anything that might in any way offend a 'black' person EVEN if a TRUE statement..but feel free to comment on 'white' people..
are we to believe that "black people" never, ever get angry ?

just like "every time" a cop arrests or is a confrontation with a black person it "MUST BE" "racist"..because there are no black criminals..black people do not commit crimes?

how about checking yourself on YOUR racist BS blubber?

VVV

the slopgut tube-smoker has no problem making racist comments slurring "white" people..

hilarious, I guess oj thinks I am "latino"..with the obscure attempt at quasi-insult. never heard of temporary expats I guess

VVV
 2beetoo
Joined: 4/20/2016
Msg: 431
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 11:09:25 AM
Maybe you can tell me where my facts are incorrect? Dee is a black woman and she is angry when anybody makes what she would consider a slur against black people. After all, she could not help being born black. And yet she has no compunctions making slurs against gays, transgenders and a whole class of people who also had no say in how they were born. Can you explain the difference to me.?
 oj126
Joined: 3/28/2016
Msg: 432
Young ladies going commando?
Posted: 4/29/2016 11:09:35 AM
Gentleman , gentleman . sounds like a mexifornian turf war has fermented in the murky waters .

@ msg Nr476 , Carefree , addressing the young Lady wearing pants under her kilt ; that's overkill ; less is more. While there is a time and place for skirts ; I'm stuck trying to determine a practical application for undergarments , might I recommend the commando kilt? Clearly , you do have issues ; nothing a little "beach therapy" couldn't cure , just sayin.
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 433
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 11:25:59 AM
"""""""I find it interesting that anytime a BLACK...person challenge or confront a white person...they are called angry...""""""

Well, Onyx, that is because that is all that they have and they think that it matters.
And when they raise it first, it is OK, When you respond, it is horrid , just Horrid, I tell you!!!

I just feel sorry for them.
( However, one person on here calls EVERYONE that she disagrees with angry so I guess that is just her nondiscriminatory last resort response.)

For a few weeks I took my photo down. The difference in the types of responses was obvious. They didn't mention race in response to a question or post that had nothing to do with race / / / like boys wearing girl uniform dresses.

They go there when their positions are weak.

Just so that you know:

Jerome's law.

"As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a liberal making a comparison involving black people OR black civil rights OR slavery approaches 1— that is, if an online discussion goes on long enough, sooner or later a liberal will compare to being black or the black civil rights movement or slavery.someone or something that is actually not comparable and completely unrelated "

Ooops, I used the L word again. LOL!

Again, if you don't make an invalid comparison to race and black civil rights and slavery(or mention any of them when they are not the subject) .... no one will respond on those subjects.

It is all quite simple.

_________________
Again, off topic (Bathrooms for transies is not really related to boys wanting to wear a girl's school uniform dress) , but I will respond to the "off topic":

""""safeguards the dignity of everyone""""

Does this mean that the NCAA will not discriminate against and safeguard the dignity of those people who do not want a man in a dress in the ladies room?
(Psst. If he is in there and you can't tell, who cares? Just like if a murderer is in there and you can't tell (He is not carrying a flag or wearing a murderers pride t-shirt), who cares?)

Bill Maher, while said in jest, has the right answer.
 crook_catcher
Joined: 1/27/2016
Msg: 434
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 11:37:06 AM

I find it interesting that anytime a BLACK...person challenge or confront a white person...they are called angry...


The irony being, you by virtue of your vulgarities, name calling, homophobic insults and immediate accusation of racism are exactly that. It's not interesting in the least...rather pathetic actually.
 oj126
Joined: 3/28/2016
Msg: 435
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 11:48:35 AM
Actually , Leon Trotsky found it very useful to refer to his detractors as "wayciss". Fact is , some say he invented the term. I don't know. But for years now , a very disarming retort. Times , they are a changin.........................
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 436
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 11:58:06 AM
And the powers that be always like to point out race or imagine discrimination when race is really not the issue because that keeps us divided and conquered.

The "press" had an article the other day about why are black actors doing voice overs and in make-up for movie roles.

They even mentioned STAR WARS, where the lead character, not in makeup, is black.
So what a couple were in make up to look like beings from other planets.

Liberal press. They just like to keep up the division.

They divide and conquer the rest of us while the people really in control stay in control.
 2ufo
Joined: 2/28/2015
Msg: 437
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 12:00:38 PM
Only time I've ever heard of 'Jerome's Law' is when deetristate mentions it here on POF.
I'd really like to know where it comes from, dee.

I'm probably a thorough mix of liberal, conservative, anarchistic, socialist, and curmudgeonly. I don't care if a boy wears a dress to school (which I find hilarious because I spent years wishing I could wear pants to school!). I don't care which bathroom he uses either. I get embarrassed enough when there's another person in public restrooms with me even though I'm in a stall... don't care which sex and/or gender.
 _babblefish
Joined: 9/23/2011
Msg: 438
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 12:54:35 PM

"""""""I find it interesting that anytime a BLACK...person challenge or confront a white person...they are called angry...""""""

Well, Onyx, that is because that is all that they have and they think that it matters.
And when they raise it first, it is OK, When you respond, it is horrid , just Horrid, I tell you!!!

I just feel sorry for them.
( However, one person on here calls EVERYONE that she disagrees with angry so I guess that is just her nondiscriminatory last resort response.)

For a few weeks I took my photo down. The difference in the types of responses was obvious. They didn't mention race in response to a question or post that had nothing to do with race / / / like boys wearing girl uniform dresses.

They go there when their positions are weak.


yours and Onyx's continuing confirmation bias posts are like watching short bus window lickers, nothing to do but point and laff


It is all quite simple.


why yes it is; live and let live
 lilydreams
Joined: 3/4/2016
Msg: 439
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 1:08:05 PM
You know 2ufo, I had never heard the term "Jerome's Law" either until Dee mentioned awhile ago, it could have been a year or more ago. She explained it once before too. I've heard it mentioned when they reference it usually in a sentence like " now we will wait for Dee to toss out Jerome's Law". Otherwise, I've never seen it referenced other than on these forums...Off Topic...by Dee. I couldn't find a definition for Jerome's Law on Google.

I believe there is one similar used when the discussion comes back to Hitler or the Nazis.

I'm more a Murphy's Law type.
 oj126
Joined: 3/28/2016
Msg: 440
Boys wearing dresses at school : Shalom ?
Posted: 4/29/2016 1:09:51 PM
Dee , the divide and conquer you speak of has been at the bottom of many social events , or perhaps social strife. What could be the lowest common denominator? The usual "chosen" suspects? Why do they profess to unify but only seem satisfied when the races amalgamate for discord?
 2beetoo
Joined: 4/20/2016
Msg: 441
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 2:10:05 PM
Godwin's law is the reference which states all internet discussions that go on long enough will revert to calling somebody a Nazi or some such thing.

Jerome's law or whatever it is does not exist, except in Dee's world, or you would find it in Google. I had no idea what Irish was talking about when he claimed he would puke if it was invoked one more time.

I think Dee has a real chip on her shoulder against White people . . . and yet she does not see the hypocrisy when she attacks others who were born different than the rest of us.
 Onyx49
Joined: 3/6/2016
Msg: 442
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 2:39:51 PM
MSG-502
You were declared a racist, hillbilly, goat licking bum...some time ago that ain't changed so STFU...and quit tawk'n to me like what you say matters and call yo mama and tell her to get her big ass on my junk...

MSG-498
What I tell you about that breath ole toothless ho...it stank...I can smell it through the screen...can you please soak it with bleach...or should I call hazmat...

All you white people that take issue with what I said...listen the fcck up...I don't give a damn about your feeling being hurt...take them and cram them back up ur azz...I'm not your comfort zone and you don't fcck'n dictate what is or isn't racially appropriate when it comes to black people...now suck on that bitzches....

EDIT-BELOW

You proved my point ole trashy bitzch thanks for trolling punk...hurry up and call yo mama my junk is sore....

Ahhh...standing by yo man TOOTHLESS...damn, a bitzch to the end.....

vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
 crook_catcher
Joined: 1/27/2016
Msg: 443
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 2:44:48 PM
^^^^^

Thanks for proving my point...dip shit. :)
 caballerosiempre
Joined: 12/5/2015
Msg: 444
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 2:54:34 PM
Get thee to an all you can eat buffet, bloat-gut..I think you might have lost an ounce of blubber..best haystack once again.
 2beetoo
Joined: 4/20/2016
Msg: 445
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 3:37:53 PM
I found Jerome's wisdom . . . not quite what Dee had in mind. It is being accepting of the gay:

JEROME'S WISDOM
Scorr LEE*
THE most powerful lesson Jerome taught me was that there are times
1 in life when you should be strong. Avoiding confrontation by compromise
was something I thought was preferable to standing my ground,
but Jerome taught me that it is not always the best tool for communicating
with adversaries. Sometimes you must stand up for what you believe in
order to garner respect from people with whom you do business. One
personal issue in which Jerome really provided wisdom was how to work
with people who disagreed with my sexual orientation and who were espedaily
uncomfortable with my openness about it. Jerome asserted that being
openly gay in medical school was an opportunity for me to show
people who had never met a gay person before, or who had but wished
they had not, to reevaluate their prejudice independently. Jerome encouraged
me not to "hide" myself for anyone, but to be strong, even when
some people at school not only disagreed with my sexuality but made it
their job to try to prevent me from reaching my professional goals. I was
not always as strong as Jerome—or I—had hoped, but he supported me
through this difficult time. During our last year, when my anti-gay classmates
wanted to smooth things over with me knowing they had failed to
intimidate me or to stop me from finishing school, Jerome provided wisdom
by reminding me that I had the option not to make up with them.
Sometimes a stronger message is sent by ending with a clashing sound
rather than with a harmonious resolution.
I am truly amazed and pleased with how much impact Jerome had on
this world. His path has made my path, and paths taken by others in the
future, easier and more comfortable. I will always remember Jerome telling
me soon after we met that when he started his career as a law professor,
you could fit all the African-American law professors in the nation in
his living room and still have space for some furniture. What accomplishment
and bravery to have achieved what Jerome and few others did.
One scholarly law professor and civil rights activist at New York University
Jerome really respected was Derrick Bell, author of many books,
including Ethical Ambition: Living a Life of Meaning and Worth) Jerome gave
an autographed copy of this book to me for my birthday, and I love it! "I
truly believe that in making honorable choices about our lives, we can
acknowledge sacrifices we make and the risks we take and recognize that
* Scott Lee is a resident in Family Medicine at the University of Massachusetts
and attended medical school at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
He has a Master of Science in Pathology from Duke University.
 Nancybythebay
Joined: 4/5/2016
Msg: 446
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 7:33:17 PM

like watching short bus window lickers, nothing to do but point and laff


Forgive me and I don't want to fight but I'm shocked at this statement. A member of my family has Down Syndrome and I can't help but to speak up and say ridiculing people with a disability is highly ignorant and absolutely appalling.

I hope I misconstrued your post, babblefish.
 Nancybythebay
Joined: 4/5/2016
Msg: 447
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 7:43:23 PM
On a different note, maybe I'm being the "big bad boss" here but this is my thread and, like I said before, I regret it has caused conflict between some users. It was far from my intention.

I stopped posting a couple of pages ago then it went back on topic so I joined in again. It's now turning into racism and name calling again so carry on. I'm out.
 lilydreams
Joined: 3/4/2016
Msg: 448
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 9:26:52 PM
^^^ Nancy, you tossed a ball into a playground. You thought that all the kids in the playground would play with that ball in a manner that suited you and by your rules. Instead, the kids in the playground have used that ball to play soccer, football, baseball, cricket and back to soccer. Plus, you have international players with differing experiences and opinions.

It quit being "your" ball when it left your hands as you threw it into the playground. And you can't take your ball and go home; its in play.

Good topic.
 Nancybythebay
Joined: 4/5/2016
Msg: 449
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 9:51:34 PM

You thought that all the kids in the playground would play with that ball in a manner that suited you and by your rules.


Awww. Not at all Lily. Like I said a while back I'm surprised this thread has been going on so long and I really appreciate everyone's input. I do not judge.

The ball is in play, yes, but when it goes off topic, people are getting hurt along the way and for that I regret. International players..yep...and its great to see that.


Good topic.


Thankyou. :) Again, I didn't expect so much heart and soul put into it.
 Nancybythebay
Joined: 4/5/2016
Msg: 450
Boys wearing dresses at school.
Posted: 4/29/2016 9:58:45 PM

On a different note, maybe I'm being the "big bad boss" here but this is my thread


Reading back, I see how arrogant I sounded and for that I sincerely apologise. This is my first thread and I'm kinda overwhelmed.

Thanks Lily for the little tap on the forehead. :)
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