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Date: 15 Apr 2007 11:05:16
From: Bow Tie
Subject: The Real Al Sharpton
http://www.israpundit.com/2006/?p=4436

This guy couldn't lead a group of drunk sailors to a "ho" house. And
they call him a "black leader".

Far more qualified and decent people - Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell,
Larry Elder, JC Watts. Yes Randy, they're conservatives and they don't
incite mayhem - unlike Sharpton.

Ken





 
Date: 24 Apr 2007 22:41:54
From: \R&B\
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
"Bow Tie" <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:1176660316.884926.281470@y5g2000hsa.googlegroups.com...
> http://www.israpundit.com/2006/?p=4436
>
> This guy couldn't lead a group of drunk sailors to a "ho" house. And
> they call him a "black leader".
>
> Far more qualified and decent people - Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell,
> Larry Elder, JC Watts. Yes Randy, they're conservatives and they don't
> incite mayhem - unlike Sharpton.
>
> Ken


Ken,

Please let me know the very minute African-Americans begin to give a tenth
of a shit who you think their leaders should be.

Randy




 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 07:00:12
From: John B.
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 18, 10:16 pm, annika1980 <annika1...@aol.com > wrote:
> On Apr 16, 10:00 am, "the Moderator" > > Absolutely not. Don Imus got
> fired because advertisers started pulling
>
> > > away from his show. That's the only thing network executives care
> > > about.
>
> > Would they have pulled away without all the Sharpton publicity?
>
> I say no. Like him or not, Sharpton gets the coverage. He's the
> loudest voice in the room. Without Sharpton demanding that Imus be
> fired, it would have been about a 2-day controversy. The advertisers
> only pulled their ads when Sharpton made it uncomfortable for them.
>
This is insulting to African-Americans. It implies that they have no
power to express their feelings except through the likes of Al
Sharpton. African-Americans were rightly incensed by what Imus said
and he would have been fired even if Sharpton had never been born.



 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 19:16:09
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 16, 10:00 am, "the Moderator" > > Absolutely not. Don Imus got
fired because advertisers started pulling
> > away from his show. That's the only thing network executives care
> > about.
>
> Would they have pulled away without all the Sharpton publicity?


I say no. Like him or not, Sharpton gets the coverage. He's the
loudest voice in the room. Without Sharpton demanding that Imus be
fired, it would have been about a 2-day controversy. The advertisers
only pulled their ads when Sharpton made it uncomfortable for them.

I'll bet Imus is sitting somewhere right now thinking, "Why didn't
that Korean sonofabitch pull this shit LAST week?"






 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 19:07:31
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 18, 9:03 pm, Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com > wrote:
>
> > Maybe I should try that? Send me money or I'll harass the shit out of
> > you online! I even take PayPal

> I bought you off a long time ago in Atlanta.

LOL! Well, I let up on you a little bit since then, didn't I?







 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 18:36:05
From: Bow Tie
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
I used to watch/listen to Imus every day, I don't recall it being like
you say at all. He used to tear Tim Russert a new ass every time he
came on. Every one of these powerful people who came on with him would
get the same treatment. You must be reading summaries at Daily Kos
because I was a regular listener and it was not like you say.

And how is Stern not taking advantage of women when he has them get
naked on the air for him and he rates them for the audience?

Ken

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

On Apr 18, 8:15 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:
> Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Why is it a travesty for Imus to have a popular show and it's not a
> > travesty for a freaky pervert like Howard Stern to be equally (or
> > more) popular?
>
> I've been over this, but I'll rehash. Imus forever has been taking
> potshots at the powerless, usually exploiting racist and misogynist
> prejudices to boost his ratings among the mouthbreather set. Maybe
> if he wants to do a local show in Dothan, Alabama, well, ok, whatever.
> But he had a nationwide show, simulcast on MSNBC, with every Beltway
> figure of note stopping by to whore themselves out whenever they had
> books coming out or whatever. (Democrats especially, btw.) It's a
> symptom of a deep sickness in the beltway media culture.
>
> Stern, when he takes shots at people, takes them at the powerful.
> That's an entirely different, even opposite, dynamic.
>
> Also, Stern is now on subscription-only media. If Imus wants to go
> to Sirius, more power to him. Hopefully the Hillarys of the world
> will know better than to stop by.
>
> --
> Chris Bellomy
> C-List Charter Memberhttp://clist.org/




  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 03:32:05
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Bow Tie <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com > wrote:

> And how is Stern not taking advantage of women when he has them get
> naked on the air for him and he rates them for the audience?

There's a concept in our culture called "consenting adults."

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 03:31:13
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Bow Tie <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com > wrote:
> I used to watch/listen to Imus every day, I don't recall it being like
> you say at all.

Well, you know, there are these things called transcripts.

> He used to tear Tim Russert a new ass every time he
> came on. Every one of these powerful people who came on with him would
> get the same treatment. You must be reading summaries at Daily Kos
> because I was a regular listener and it was not like you say.

Transcripts. Don't. Lie.

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


   
Date: 19 Apr 2007 17:34:17
From: Sparky
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

On 18-Apr-2007, Chris Bellomy <puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:

> Transcripts. Don't. Lie.

But they do mislead. No transcript can convey the inflection or tone of
someones comment.

me


    
Date: 19 Apr 2007 19:31:09
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Sparky <biff@funco.com > wrote:
>
> On 18-Apr-2007, Chris Bellomy <puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>
>> Transcripts. Don't. Lie.
>
> But they do mislead. No transcript can convey the inflection or tone of
> someones comment.

That's what larger context is for.

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 18:03:29
From: Bow Tie
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
I bought you off a long time ago in Atlanta.

Ken

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

On Apr 15, 7:47 pm, "annika1980" <annika1...@aol.com > wrote:
> On Apr 15, 8:21 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > Word has it that Jackson got $250K fromNASCARto shut-up and go away
> > about the lack of black drivers in the Busch Series and the Nextel
> > Cup.
>
> Well that's one way to spin it.
> The truth is that NASCAR had donated $250,000 over a period of years
> to the Rainbow/PUSH coalition as part of it's racial diversity
> initiative.
> After many complaints from good red-blooded White Americans like
> yourself, NASCAR cut off the funding. According to NASCAR head, Mike
> Helton, this had more to do with Jackson's anti-war stances and
> political views than anything racially motivated. But it could be
> argued that the original payments made to PUSH were hush money for
> Jesse. That's been pretty much his M.O. these days.
>
> Maybe I should try that? Send me money or I'll harass the shit out of
> you online! I even take PayPal.




 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 18:02:09
From: Bow Tie
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Why is it a travesty for Imus to have a popular show and it's not a
travesty for a freaky pervert like Howard Stern to be equally (or
more) popular?

Imus didn't hold back on anyone. You and the rest of the PC types are
annoyed because he didn't reserve his bile for white male
conservatives. OH MY GOD! I think Imus just said something racist. Get
Sharpton on his case.

Here's what a black man you won't like has to say about it all.

http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=MTQ0MDViNWZkZjhhYmVjNWVlNWE5ODU1OGJmMDAwYzY=

Ken

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++n Apr 16, 1:01 pm, Chris Bellomy
<p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:
> Dene <gdst...@aol.com> wrote:
> > On Apr 15, 7:29 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
> >> Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> > Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> >> > three weeks.
>
> >> No chance.
>
> > I think Ken's point is valid. There was an interesting piece in the
> > Seattle Times, Friday, on how the whole thing evolved. It was a
> > liberal media watchdog volunteer who heard it, taped it, then posted
> > it to a website. Witchhunt evolved from there.
>
> That's not Sharpton. The sponsors involved were going to yank their
> business regardless what Sharpton did. That's my point.
>
> My larger point is that it's a travesty that someone like Don Imus
> even had the broadcast reach that he did in the first place. Some-
> thing is really broken with our media that it ever came to this.
>
> --
> Chris Bellomy
> C-List Charter Memberhttp://clist.org/




  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 01:15:56
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Bow Tie <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Why is it a travesty for Imus to have a popular show and it's not a
> travesty for a freaky pervert like Howard Stern to be equally (or
> more) popular?

I've been over this, but I'll rehash. Imus forever has been taking
potshots at the powerless, usually exploiting racist and misogynist
prejudices to boost his ratings among the mouthbreather set. Maybe
if he wants to do a local show in Dothan, Alabama, well, ok, whatever.
But he had a nationwide show, simulcast on MSNBC, with every Beltway
figure of note stopping by to whore themselves out whenever they had
books coming out or whatever. (Democrats especially, btw.) It's a
symptom of a deep sickness in the beltway media culture.

Stern, when he takes shots at people, takes them at the powerful.
That's an entirely different, even opposite, dynamic.

Also, Stern is now on subscription-only media. If Imus wants to go
to Sirius, more power to him. Hopefully the Hillarys of the world
will know better than to stop by.

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


   
Date: 19 Apr 2007 09:20:51
From: MnMikew
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"Chris Bellomy" <puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote in message
news:1T4194e1Im62N34@redshark.goodshow.net...
>
> Also, Stern is now on subscription-only media. If Imus wants to go
> to Sirius, more power to him. Hopefully the Hillarys of the world
> will know better than to stop by.
>
The way her numbers are tanking she might want to do Imus. :-)




    
Date: 19 Apr 2007 16:41:51
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
MnMikew <mnmiikkew@aol.com > wrote:
>
> "Chris Bellomy" <puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote in message
> news:1T4194e1Im62N34@redshark.goodshow.net...
>>
>> Also, Stern is now on subscription-only media. If Imus wants to go
>> to Sirius, more power to him. Hopefully the Hillarys of the world
>> will know better than to stop by.
>>
> The way her numbers are tanking she might want to do Imus. :-)

If she does, they're sure to keep tanking...

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 16:06:54
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 17, 11:39 am, "MnMikew" <mnmiik...@aol.com > wrote:

>We can agree on one thing, that stuff IS trash.

If we agree on that then we can also agree that Imus was wrong to say
what he said. Stupidity is stupidity whether it comes from Imus or
whether it comes in a black rapper.




  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 09:19:11
From: MnMikew
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"annika1980" <annika1980@aol.com > wrote in message
news:1176937614.266844.60680@n76g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
> On Apr 17, 11:39 am, "MnMikew" <mnmiik...@aol.com> wrote:
>
>>We can agree on one thing, that stuff IS trash.
>
> If we agree on that then we can also agree that Imus was wrong to say
> what he said. Stupidity is stupidity whether it comes from Imus or
> whether it comes in a black rapper.
>
I don't think anyone is arguing what he said was wrong.




  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 09:10:31
From: the Moderator
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"annika1980" <annika1980@aol.com > wrote in message
news:1176937614.266844.60680@n76g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
> On Apr 17, 11:39 am, "MnMikew" <mnmiik...@aol.com> wrote:
>
> >We can agree on one thing, that stuff IS trash.

Where has Al Sharpton been this week? The largest racially motivated
killing spree in US history and not a peep.




 
Date: 17 Apr 2007 11:19:54
From: Miss Anne Thrope
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Wow, Sharpton sounds like a real asshole.

I wonder what his handicap is?



 
Date: 17 Apr 2007 05:25:06
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 16, 9:56 am, "the Moderator" <sparky@no_spam_engineer.com >
wrote:
> Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say the
> same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these Demonistas
> don't even try to hide their double standard.

And President Bush hosted Puffy Combs at the White House and the
Republican convention.
Now what were you saying about double-standards?





 
Date: 17 Apr 2007 05:15:57
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 16, 10:40 am, "the Moderator"
>
> > Who are these rappers holding the fund raisers?
>
> Timbaland and Ludicris.

Well, you were half right.
---------------------------------------

Sen. Hillary Clinton has found herself the subject of scrutiny due to
a fund raiser she attended in her honor thrown by Timbaland. The event
netted the 2008 presidential hopeful $800,000.

Her competition and fellow Democrat, Sen. Barack Obama also drew
criticism last year after inviting Ludacris to his Chicago office to
discuss the emcees AIDS awareness campaign.



 
Date: 16 Apr 2007 22:29:05
From: Dene
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 16, 11:01=EF=BF=BDam, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrot=
e:
> Dene <gdst...@aol.com> wrote:
> > On Apr 15, 7:29 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
> >> Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> > Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> >> > three weeks.
>
> >> No chance.
>
> > I think Ken's point is valid. =A0There was an interesting piece in the
> > Seattle Times, Friday, on how the whole thing evolved. =A0It was a
> > liberal media watchdog volunteer who heard it, taped it, then posted
> > it to a website. =A0Witchhunt evolved from there.
>
> That's not Sharpton. The sponsors involved were going to yank their
> business regardless what Sharpton did. That's my point.
>
> My larger point is that it's a travesty that someone like Don Imus
> even had the broadcast reach that he did in the first place. Some-
> thing is really broken with our media that it ever came to this.
>

He was entertaining and informative....simple as that. But whatever
floats your boat. A buddy of mine loves Stern....I can't stand him.
Annika is a nun compared to him. Another friend loves Rush....bleah!
Worst of the bunch is Savage Nation. That guy is mad....by both
definitions of the word.

-Greg



  
Date: 17 Apr 2007 06:25:15
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com > wrote:
> On Apr 16, 11:01???am, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>> Dene <gdst...@aol.com> wrote:
>> > On Apr 15, 7:29 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>> >> Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> >> > Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
>> >> > three weeks.
>>
>> >> No chance.
>>
>> > I think Ken's point is valid. ?There was an interesting piece in the
>> > Seattle Times, Friday, on how the whole thing evolved. ?It was a
>> > liberal media watchdog volunteer who heard it, taped it, then posted
>> > it to a website. ?Witchhunt evolved from there.
>>
>> That's not Sharpton. The sponsors involved were going to yank their
>> business regardless what Sharpton did. That's my point.
>>
>> My larger point is that it's a travesty that someone like Don Imus
>> even had the broadcast reach that he did in the first place. Some-
>> thing is really broken with our media that it ever came to this.
>
> He was entertaining and informative....simple as that.

Informative? I don't see how he was informative. "Entertaining" is a
subjective deal so I can't argue that, however much my opinion may
differ from yours.

Surely there's a point, though, at which a guy becomes enough of a
sewer merchant that he should never be granted access to such a
prominent place in the media regardless how entertaining some people
might find him. It's not as though Imus stumbled into demeaning people
of race just recently... this has always been his MO. Why did somebody
get the idea that he was the right guy for MSNBC mornings? Why did so
many public figures get the idea that he was the right guy to pitch
their books with?

> But whatever
> floats your boat. A buddy of mine loves Stern....I can't stand him.
> Annika is a nun compared to him. Another friend loves Rush....bleah!
> Worst of the bunch is Savage Nation. That guy is mad....by both
> definitions of the word.

He does his job, he draws his paychecks. There are always paychecks for
guys like him. That's the problem.

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


 
Date: 16 Apr 2007 10:41:26
From: Dene
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 6:08 pm, George Orwell <nob...@mixmaster.it > wrote:
> In article <1176660316.884926.281...@y5g2000hsa.googlegroups.com>
>
> "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> >http://www.israpundit.com/2006/?p=4436
>
> > This guy couldn't lead a group of drunk sailors to a "ho" house. And
> > they call him a "black leader".
>
> > Far more qualified and decent people - Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell,
> > Larry Elder, JC Watts. Yes Randy, they're conservatives and they don't
> > incite mayhem - unlike Sharpton.
>
> > Ken
>
> You forgot Obama who may get a chance to lead all of them and us too.

If he has good character and leadership abilities, then it would high
time that a black man be our president......our meaning all races!!

His rival Hillary sickens me.....speaking opportunistically at
Rutgers. Given that Imus named her tune long ago, she likely enjoyed
every minute of his comeupance. I just wonder when/if she'll ever
gets hers....

-Greg



 
Date: 16 Apr 2007 10:37:18
From: Dene
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 7:29 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:
> Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> > three weeks.
>
> No chance.
>

I think Ken's point is valid. There was an interesting piece in the
Seattle Times, Friday, on how the whole thing evolved. It was a
liberal media watchdog volunteer who heard it, taped it, then posted
it to a website. Witchhunt evolved from there.

Had Imus apologized sooner, directly to the Rutger ladies while
ignoring Sharpton, he would be enjoying a nice two week vacation.
Instead, trusting that Sharpton was a good man, he gave the racial
ambulance chaser the power he craves by appearing on his radio
program....and from there the snowball turned into an avalanche.

I stand by my earlier statement that Imus deserves to be fired....a
long time ago, for how he treated people around him. The Rutger
espisode, IMO, didn't warrant it, in of itself.

-Greg



  
Date: 16 Apr 2007 18:01:01
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com > wrote:
> On Apr 15, 7:29 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>> Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> > Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
>> > three weeks.
>>
>> No chance.
>
> I think Ken's point is valid. There was an interesting piece in the
> Seattle Times, Friday, on how the whole thing evolved. It was a
> liberal media watchdog volunteer who heard it, taped it, then posted
> it to a website. Witchhunt evolved from there.

That's not Sharpton. The sponsors involved were going to yank their
business regardless what Sharpton did. That's my point.

My larger point is that it's a travesty that someone like Don Imus
even had the broadcast reach that he did in the first place. Some-
thing is really broken with our media that it ever came to this.

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


 
Date: 16 Apr 2007 07:49:12
From: The_Professor
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 16, 8:59 am, "the Moderator" <sparky@no_spam_engineer.com >
wrote:
> "Robert Hamilton" <D...@att.net> wrote in message
>
> news:4622EDA6.6042CDC6@att.net...
>
> > I don't think Howard Stern would say a thing like that. While his schtick
> is
> > lamer and even more boring than Imus', Stern has never seemed to me
> anyways
> > to be a racist.
>
> He is not a sexist either.
>
> [Big eye roll]

Sexist would be an understatement!



 
Date: 16 Apr 2007 06:59:47
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 16, 9:56 am, "the Moderator" <sparky@no_spam_engineer.com >
wrote:

>
> Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say the
> same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these Demonistas
> don't even try to hide their double standard.

Who are these rappers holding the fund raisers?




  
Date: 16 Apr 2007 09:40:48
From: the Moderator
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"annika1980" <annika1980@aol.com > wrote in message
news:1176731987.401520.167470@b75g2000hsg.googlegroups.com...
> On Apr 16, 9:56 am, "the Moderator" <sparky@no_spam_engineer.com>
> wrote:
>
> >
> > Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say the
> > same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these Demonistas
> > don't even try to hide their double standard.
>
> Who are these rappers holding the fund raisers?

Timbaland and Ludicris.




 
Date: 16 Apr 2007 03:40:26
From: Robert Hamilton
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton


BigPurdueFan wrote:

> On Apr 15, 6:15 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> > three weeks.
> >
> > Ken
> >
> > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> >
> > On Apr 15, 1:22 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
> >
> >
> >
> > > Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > > Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?
> >
> > > Uh, no?
> >
> > > --
> > > Chris Bellomy
> > > C-List Charter Memberhttp://clist.org/- Hide quoted text -
> >
> > - Show quoted text -
>
> And if Howard Stern had said it, we wouldn't even have heard about it.

I don't think Howard Stern would say a thing like that. While his schtick is
lamer and even more boring than Imus', Stern has never seemed to me anyways
to be a racist.



  
Date: 16 Apr 2007 08:59:42
From: the Moderator
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"Robert Hamilton" <DBID@att.net > wrote in message
news:4622EDA6.6042CDC6@att.net...
> I don't think Howard Stern would say a thing like that. While his schtick
is
> lamer and even more boring than Imus', Stern has never seemed to me
anyways
> to be a racist.

He is not a sexist either.

[Big eye roll]




 
Date: 16 Apr 2007 03:08:10
From: George Orwell
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
In article <1176660316.884926.281470@y5g2000hsa.googlegroups.com >
"Bow Tie" <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com > wrote:
>
> http://www.israpundit.com/2006/?p=4436
>
> This guy couldn't lead a group of drunk sailors to a "ho" house. And
> they call him a "black leader".
>
> Far more qualified and decent people - Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell,
> Larry Elder, JC Watts. Yes Randy, they're conservatives and they don't
> incite mayhem - unlike Sharpton.
>
> Ken

You forgot Obama who may get a chance to lead all of them and us too.









 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 17:47:11
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 8:21 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Word has it that Jackson got $250K fromNASCARto shut-up and go away
> about the lack of black drivers in the Busch Series and the Nextel
> Cup.

Well that's one way to spin it.
The truth is that NASCAR had donated $250,000 over a period of years
to the Rainbow/PUSH coalition as part of it's racial diversity
initiative.
After many complaints from good red-blooded White Americans like
yourself, NASCAR cut off the funding. According to NASCAR head, Mike
Helton, this had more to do with Jackson's anti-war stances and
political views than anything racially motivated. But it could be
argued that the original payments made to PUSH were hush money for
Jesse. That's been pretty much his M.O. these days.

Maybe I should try that? Send me money or I'll harass the shit out of
you online! I even take PayPal.






 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 17:41:06
From: John B.
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 3:29 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?
>
> Ken


Absolutely not. Don Imus got fired because advertisers started pulling
away from his show. That's the only thing network executives care
about.



  
Date: 16 Apr 2007 09:00:36
From: the Moderator
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1176684066.086122.9510@d57g2000hsg.googlegroups.com...
> On Apr 15, 3:29 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?
> >
> > Ken
>
>
> Absolutely not. Don Imus got fired because advertisers started pulling
> away from his show. That's the only thing network executives care
> about.

Would they have pulled away without all the Sharpton publicity?




   
Date: 16 Apr 2007 15:36:49
From: Bobby Knight
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 09:00:36 -0500, "the Moderator"
<sparky@no_spam_engineer.com > wrote:

>
>"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com> wrote in message
>news:1176684066.086122.9510@d57g2000hsg.googlegroups.com...
>> On Apr 15, 3:29 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> > Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?
>> >
>> > Ken
>>
>>
>> Absolutely not. Don Imus got fired because advertisers started pulling
>> away from his show. That's the only thing network executives care
>> about.
>
>Would they have pulled away without all the Sharpton publicity?
>
There was much more publicity than Sharpton's. He just draws more
media, and neocon, attention. Imus should've been fired immediately,
but the networks just follow the money. Look at the list of
advertisers that pulled out, as soon as possible. But, you'll
probably blame Sharpton for that too. Face it. He's an idiot that if
the far right, and the media, would ignore, would go away.
--
___,
\o


 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 17:28:33
From: BigPurdueFan
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 6:15 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> three weeks.
>
> Ken
>
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
> On Apr 15, 1:22 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?
>
> > Uh, no?
>
> > --
> > Chris Bellomy
> > C-List Charter Memberhttp://clist.org/- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

And if Howard Stern had said it, we wouldn't even have heard about it.



 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 17:26:49
From: BigPurdueFan
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 3:29 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?
>
> Ken
>
> ++++++++++++++++++++++
>
> On Apr 15, 1:05 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> >http://www.israpundit.com/2006/?p=4436
>
> > This guy couldn't lead a group of drunk sailors to a "ho" house. And
> > they call him a "black leader".
>
> > Far more qualified and decent people - Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell,
> > Larry Elder, JC Watts. Yes Randy, they're conservatives and they don't
> > incite mayhem - unlike Sharpton.
>
> > Ken

You're losing your mind Ken....responding to your own posts!



 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 17:21:24
From: Bow Tie
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Word has it that Jackson got $250K from NASCAR to shut-up and go away
about the lack of black drivers in the Busch Series and the Nextel
Cup.

Ken

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

On Apr 15, 5:10 pm, "annika1980" <annika1...@aol.com > wrote:
> On Apr 15, 6:15 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> > three weeks.
>
> Jackson has little influence on anything anymore. His name comes up
> the most from you right-wingers. Sharpton is the one who gets the
> credit/blame here. He has the microphone. Without his objections, I
> doubt there would be so much as a suspension.




 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 17:10:12
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 6:15 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> three weeks.

Jackson has little influence on anything anymore. His name comes up
the most from you right-wingers. Sharpton is the one who gets the
credit/blame here. He has the microphone. Without his objections, I
doubt there would be so much as a suspension.




 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 15:15:52
From: Bow Tie
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
three weeks.

Ken

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++

On Apr 15, 1:22 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:
> Bow Tie <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?
>
> Uh, no?
>
> --
> Chris Bellomy
> C-List Charter Memberhttp://clist.org/




  
Date: 16 Apr 2007 02:29:43
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Bow Tie <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> three weeks.

No chance.

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


  
Date: 15 Apr 2007 15:42:45
From: The World Wide Wade
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
In article <1176675352.128549.172470@b75g2000hsg.googlegroups.com >,
"Bow Tie" <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com > wrote:

> Absent Jackson and Sharpton, Imus would be on suspension for two or
> three weeks.

The life of a village idiot must be relaxing.


 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 16:26:06
From: Jack Hollis
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On 15 Apr 2007 11:05:16 -0700, "Bow Tie" <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com >
wrote:

>This guy couldn't lead a group of drunk sailors to a "ho" house. And
>they call him a "black leader".
>
>Far more qualified and decent people - Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell,
>Larry Elder, JC Watts. Yes Randy, they're conservatives and they don't
>incite mayhem - unlike Sharpton.
>
>Ken

Shatpton is a bright guy. Too bad he was never able to get beyond his
Brooklyn store front preacher routine. If he had played it straight,
worked hard and got a law degree from a top university he could have
been so much more than he is.


 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 12:48:01
From: Ben.
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 2:29 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com > wrote:

> Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?

Did Imus' comments not lead directly to Sharpton's intervention?
Look, this is a monetary issue, not a social one. CBS Radio's 2006
revenues were ~ $2 billion. Imus' revenue, before salary
($10,000,000), was $15,000,000; $4,000,000 of which is...errr, was
the MSNBC simulcast - POOF, there goes 25% of the show's revenue right
there. Bottom line profit generated by Imus, I've read, was in the
$2,000,000 neighborhood.

I'm no economist, but it seems a given that they got rid of him. The
profits were mice nuts in the grand scheme of things, and the impact
to the business was far greater than the upside. Sharpton is
irrelevant in this...despite how annoying we all find him. On that,
we can agree.



 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 12:37:44
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Apr 15, 2:28 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:
> Standard bigot MO: Every time a fellow bigot gets ostracized, change
> the subject to Al Sharpton.*

Especially this line which you've already mentioned is BS:
-------------------------
When Black rappers are allowed to refer to African-American women in
degrading terms without any backlash from so-called Black leaders like
Sharpton and Jesse "Hymietown" Jackson, it comes as little suprise
that people like Imus think they can take similar liberties.
-------------------------

Using this "logic" if a black rapper came out with a song called
"Let's kill the President" then it would be OK for every talk show
host in America to go around saying, "Let's kill the President!"






  
Date: 16 Apr 2007 08:56:57
From: the Moderator
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"annika1980" <annika1980@aol.com > wrote in message
news:1176665864.896092.161110@y5g2000hsa.googlegroups.com...
> On Apr 15, 2:28 pm, Chris Bellomy <p...@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
> > Standard bigot MO: Every time a fellow bigot gets ostracized, change
> > the subject to Al Sharpton.*
>
> Especially this line which you've already mentioned is BS:
> -------------------------
> When Black rappers are allowed to refer to African-American women in
> degrading terms without any backlash from so-called Black leaders like
> Sharpton and Jesse "Hymietown" Jackson, it comes as little suprise
> that people like Imus think they can take similar liberties.
> -------------------------
>
> Using this "logic" if a black rapper came out with a song called
> "Let's kill the President" then it would be OK for every talk show
> host in America to go around saying, "Let's kill the President!"

Or if they say, "President Bush hates Black people." Nobody would tolerate
that.

Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say the
same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these Demonistas
don't even try to hide their double standard.




   
Date: 16 Apr 2007 15:33:49
From: Bobby Knight
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 08:56:57 -0500, "the Moderator"
<sparky@no_spam_engineer.com > wrote:


>Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say the
>same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these Demonistas
>don't even try to hide their double standard.
>

Cite. Oh, nevermind, just another blowhard statement that can't be
proven.
--
___,
\o


    
Date: 17 Apr 2007 03:44:59
From: bill-o
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

On 16-Apr-2007, Bobby Knight <bknight@conramp.net > wrote:

> On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 08:56:57 -0500, "the Moderator"
> <sparky@no_spam_engineer.com> wrote:
>
>
> >Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say the
> >same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these Demonistas
> >don't even try to hide their double standard.
> >
>
> Cite. Oh, nevermind, just another blowhard statement that can't be
> proven.


http://rap.about.com/b/a/258077.htm


--
bill-o

A "gimme" can best be defined as an agreement between
two golfers neither of whom can putt very well.


     
Date: 17 Apr 2007 08:42:29
From: Bobby Knight
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 03:44:59 GMT, "bill-o" <assimilate@borg.org >
wrote:

>
>On 16-Apr-2007, Bobby Knight <bknight@conramp.net> wrote:
>
>> On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 08:56:57 -0500, "the Moderator"
>> <sparky@no_spam_engineer.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>> >Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say the
>> >same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these Demonistas
>> >don't even try to hide their double standard.
>> >
>>
>> Cite. Oh, nevermind, just another blowhard statement that can't be
>> proven.
>
>
>http://rap.about.com/b/a/258077.htm

No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
of them do, you know.
--
___,
\o


      
Date: 17 Apr 2007 15:35:15
From: bill-o
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

On 17-Apr-2007, Bobby Knight <bknight@conramp.net > wrote:

> No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
> of them do, you know.

my bad...I'm afraid someone else is going to have to do that, I don't have
the stomach. Now assign me some Miles and I'm all over it.

--
bill-o

A "gimme" can best be defined as an agreement between
two golfers neither of whom can putt very well.


       
Date: 17 Apr 2007 15:45:20
From: Bobby Knight
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 15:35:15 GMT, "bill-o" <assimilate@borg.org >
wrote:

>
>On 17-Apr-2007, Bobby Knight <bknight@conramp.net> wrote:
>
>> No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
>> of them do, you know.
>
>my bad...I'm afraid someone else is going to have to do that, I don't have
>the stomach. Now assign me some Miles and I'm all over it.

OK..an essay on the differences between "Kind of Blue" and "Bitches
Brew". 100 words.
___,
\o


       
Date: 17 Apr 2007 10:40:31
From: MnMikew
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"bill-o" <assimilate@borg.org > wrote in message
news:4624e922$0$25230$882e0bbb@news.ThunderNews.com...
>
>
> my bad...I'm afraid someone else is going to have to do that, I don't have
> the stomach. Now assign me some Miles and I'm all over it.
>
I hear that. Just that little searching on Timbaland made me feel ishy.




      
Date: 17 Apr 2007 09:26:31
From: MnMikew
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net > wrote in message
news:922923td0tfu3khgb8jufgtatseq7ovdci@4ax.com...
>>
>>http://rap.about.com/b/a/258077.htm
>
> No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
> of them do, you know.
> --
Just a few examples from his latest "album":

Let me see them big titties, don't act saddity you ain't pretty
Break bread if you wanna get wit' me, all I wanna do is dig off in them
kidneys
Tell ya boyfriend he better mind his business, 'fore he end up in the trunk
of my Bentley
I am still a boss, he can't hit me, he ain't got enough paper to deal wit'
me
Baby girl wanna two step wit' me, turn around rub ya ass up against me
Whoa, lil' mama done got tipsy, and then tonight, tomorrow you're history
All you haters wit' that hoe sh*t miss me, I stay strapped security don't
frisk me
Set it off 'til this muthafu*ka empty, I turn around do the same sh*t next
week
Come on

It's Life Or Death, Either One,
The King Is Back, Take Heat And Run,
I Piss And Take A Shit On Ur Beef For Fun,
I Killed The Game, I Aint Even Used A Gun,
Who Better Than Me? Don't Make Me Laugh,
I Run This Shit,They Just Chase My Ass,
I Aint Talkin Shit Nigga, Just Tellin The Facts,
I Think All The Tracks Im Hearin From Niggas Is Whack,

I'm a chick nigga (heart with a man)? fo sho
In the back of my mind, girl you infidel
Even though you a skunk?, I'm a fan of chest
Role play you the best, you supply the sex
Yes, I'm a fein of your hole
One hit of you, when I lose control
I look in your eyes, I can see yo soul
Bankroll in the hole for you to cause and go




       
Date: 17 Apr 2007 14:32:05
From: Bobby Knight
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 09:26:31 -0500, "MnMikew" <mnmiikkew@aol.com >
wrote:

>
>"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net> wrote in message
>news:922923td0tfu3khgb8jufgtatseq7ovdci@4ax.com...
>>>
>>>http://rap.about.com/b/a/258077.htm
>>
>> No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
>> of them do, you know.
>> --
>Just a few examples from his latest "album":

Yeah, the Moderator just posted some that were worse.

Who buys this trash?

Oh yeah, blacks.

I guess that it just points out what has been said here; any group
can make fun of themselves, but that isn't open to others. Most
families think the same way.
--
___,
\o


        
Date: 17 Apr 2007 15:38:34
From: bill-o
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

On 17-Apr-2007, Bobby Knight <bknight@conramp.net > wrote:

> Oh yeah, blacks.

white kids purchase the majority of it according to Thomas Sowell, not sure
where he got his numbers.

--
bill-o

A "gimme" can best be defined as an agreement between
two golfers neither of whom can putt very well.


        
Date: 17 Apr 2007 09:42:50
From: MnMikew
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net > wrote in message
news:1dm92351el4iji3fn5289b1o2cevgv5a8i@4ax.com...
> On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 09:26:31 -0500, "MnMikew" <mnmiikkew@aol.com>
> wrote:
>
>>
>>"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net> wrote in message
>>news:922923td0tfu3khgb8jufgtatseq7ovdci@4ax.com...
>>>>
>>>>http://rap.about.com/b/a/258077.htm
>>>
>>> No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
>>> of them do, you know.
>>> --
>>Just a few examples from his latest "album":
>
> Yeah, the Moderator just posted some that were worse.
>
> Who buys this trash?
>
> Oh yeah, blacks.

Not exclusivly.

> I guess that it just points out what has been said here; any group
> can make fun of themselves, but that isn't open to others. Most
> families think the same way.
> --
Actually it points out that your statement is false.
" Cite. Oh, nevermind, just another blowhard statement that can't be
proven."





         
Date: 17 Apr 2007 14:46:44
From: Bobby Knight
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 09:42:50 -0500, "MnMikew" <mnmiikkew@aol.com >
wrote:

>
>"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net> wrote in message
>news:1dm92351el4iji3fn5289b1o2cevgv5a8i@4ax.com...
>> On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 09:26:31 -0500, "MnMikew" <mnmiikkew@aol.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>>
>>>"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net> wrote in message
>>>news:922923td0tfu3khgb8jufgtatseq7ovdci@4ax.com...
>>>>>
>>>>>http://rap.about.com/b/a/258077.htm
>>>>
>>>> No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
>>>> of them do, you know.
>>>> --
>>>Just a few examples from his latest "album":
>>
>> Yeah, the Moderator just posted some that were worse.
>>
>> Who buys this trash?
>>
>> Oh yeah, blacks.
>
>Not exclusivly.
>
>> I guess that it just points out what has been said here; any group
>> can make fun of themselves, but that isn't open to others. Most
>> families think the same way.
>> --
>Actually it points out that your statement is false.
>" Cite. Oh, nevermind, just another blowhard statement that can't be
>proven."
>
Try your very best to read my response in this same thread to the
Moderator...without moving your lips. It was a concession that I was
wrong. The day I see one from you neocons it'll be freezing
you-know-where. :-)
--
___,
\o


          
Date: 17 Apr 2007 10:39:01
From: MnMikew
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net > wrote in message
news:ibn9235se0stt9shm24udeks3urj9g3vi2@4ax.com...
> On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 09:42:50 -0500, "MnMikew" <mnmiikkew@aol.com>
> wrote:
>
>>
>>"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net> wrote in message
>>news:1dm92351el4iji3fn5289b1o2cevgv5a8i@4ax.com...
>>> On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 09:26:31 -0500, "MnMikew" <mnmiikkew@aol.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>>"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net> wrote in message
>>>>news:922923td0tfu3khgb8jufgtatseq7ovdci@4ax.com...
>>>>>>
>>>>>>http://rap.about.com/b/a/258077.htm
>>>>>
>>>>> No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
>>>>> of them do, you know.
>>>>> --
>>>>Just a few examples from his latest "album":
>>>
>>> Yeah, the Moderator just posted some that were worse.
>>>
>>> Who buys this trash?
>>>
>>> Oh yeah, blacks.
>>
>>Not exclusivly.
>>
>>> I guess that it just points out what has been said here; any group
>>> can make fun of themselves, but that isn't open to others. Most
>>> families think the same way.
>>> --
>>Actually it points out that your statement is false.
>>" Cite. Oh, nevermind, just another blowhard statement that can't be
>>proven."
>>
> Try your very best to read my response in this same thread to the
> Moderator...without moving your lips. It was a concession that I was
> wrong. The day I see one from you neocons it'll be freezing
> you-know-where. :-)
> --
I saw that once I got down further, sorry. We can agree on one thing, that
stuff IS trash.




      
Date: 17 Apr 2007 09:20:43
From: the Moderator
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton

"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net > wrote in message
news:922923td0tfu3khgb8jufgtatseq7ovdci@4ax.com...
> On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 03:44:59 GMT, "bill-o" <assimilate@borg.org>
> wrote:
>
> >
> >On 16-Apr-2007, Bobby Knight <bknight@conramp.net> wrote:
> >
> >> On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 08:56:57 -0500, "the Moderator"
> >> <sparky@no_spam_engineer.com> wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >> >Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say
the
> >> >same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these
Demonistas
> >> >don't even try to hide their double standard.
> >> >
> >>
> >> Cite. Oh, nevermind, just another blowhard statement that can't be
> >> proven.
> >
> >
> >http://rap.about.com/b/a/258077.htm
>
> No Bill....cite that this rapper says the same thing as Imus. Not all
> of them do, you know.

Hey BK, cite one example of a statement I made that I could not back up.

http://prorev.com/2007/04/imus-bashers-clinton-obama-used-foul.htm

SAMPLE TIMBALAND LYRICS

[Timbaland]
Yeah
Oh Oh

[Redman]
Yeah

[Timbaland]
Yeah, get nigga

[Verse 1]
Redman got fire nigga
Shots are in your hood when I'm high nigga
Shots of Cuervo are fuckin up my liver
Shots from the cameras on my niggas
Girlfriend drunk, so I'll jump around wit her
I step inside, you're quiet like a mime nigga
My watch do more things than James Bond nigga
I'm gonna do it now, I ain't gonna try nigga
(Put it down, put it down, put it down girl)
You better grind, cause you ain't spending mine girl
When Timbaland plan and I'll do the ground work
Whether you in Tims, Air Force, or Converse
Let me see the high niggas on the left side
And whole muthafuckas smokin on the right side
You sayin "fuck Gillahouse" nigga likewise
This is how I walk up on your ho ? hey
Put it down. . .




       
Date: 17 Apr 2007 14:28:14
From: Bobby Knight
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 09:20:43 -0500, "the Moderator"
<sparky@no_spam_engineer.com > wrote:

>
>"Bobby Knight" <bknight@conramp.net> wrote in message
>news:922923td0tfu3khgb8jufgtatseq7ovdci@4ax.com...
>> On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 03:44:59 GMT, "bill-o" <assimilate@borg.org>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >
>> >On 16-Apr-2007, Bobby Knight <bknight@conramp.net> wrote:
>> >
>> >> On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 08:56:57 -0500, "the Moderator"
>> >> <sparky@no_spam_engineer.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> >Obama and Hillary are attending fund raisers held by rappers who say
>the
>> >> >same thing as Imus. Not that I would defend Imus, but these
>Demonistas
>> >> >don't even try to hide their double standard.
>> >> >
>> >>
>> >> Cite. Oh, nevermind, just another blowhard statement that can't be
>> >> proven.


I will certainly defer to you on this one. I was wrong.

Don't get too excited. You've made some wild statements, and it would
pain me to have to google them. Just take this win and be satisfied,
because you ain't *always* right, and neither am I.

P.S. Nice response to Frostback. You caught another one of his rash
posts.
--
___,
\o


 
Date: 15 Apr 2007 12:29:11
From: Bow Tie
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?

Ken

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On Apr 15, 1:05 pm, "Bow Tie" <ken_pitt...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> http://www.israpundit.com/2006/?p=4436
>
> This guy couldn't lead a group of drunk sailors to a "ho" house. And
> they call him a "black leader".
>
> Far more qualified and decent people - Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell,
> Larry Elder, JC Watts. Yes Randy, they're conservatives and they don't
> incite mayhem - unlike Sharpton.
>
> Ken




  
Date: 15 Apr 2007 19:21:21
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: Does anybody else like to watch LPGA?
On Apr 15, 8:46 pm, "dsc" <Dudley.Corn...@eku.edu > wrote:
> > Thank God for NASCAR.
>
> Yep... screwed my dvr all to H3!!...
> Who won? :)

Lincicome.

Probably just as well they cut away since both Ochoa and Davies were
throwing up all over themselves. And Nat shot a Chopra-esque 80, as
well.
Maybe the LPGA should change their slogan: "LPGA: These Girls Suck!"








  
Date: 15 Apr 2007 20:22:04
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Bow Tie <ken_pittsjr@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Did Sharpton's threats not lead directly to the firing of Don Imus?

Uh, no?

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Date: 15 Apr 2007 18:28:20
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton
Standard bigot MO: Every time a fellow bigot gets ostracized, change
the subject to Al Sharpton.*

Gosh, almost makes you wonder why Al's the guy the establishment
media always puts on TV, doesn't it?

*I don't regard Ken as a bigot. However, I do regard him as aligned
with bigots, intentionally or not.


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Date: 15 Apr 2007 18:21:14
From: Robert Hamilton
Subject: Re: The Real Al Sharpton


Bow Tie wrote:

> http://www.israpundit.com/2006/?p=4436
>
> This guy couldn't lead a group of drunk sailors to a "ho" house. And
> they call him a "black leader".
>
> Far more qualified and decent people - Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell,
> Larry Elder, JC Watts. Yes Randy, they're conservatives and they don't
> incite mayhem - unlike Sharpton.
>
> Ken

There are good liberal African American leaders as well. The local federal
congressman here in Jackson, MS, for example. Of course you never hear of
him! I thought Mike Espy was a good leader too, made him secretary of
agriculture in the Clinton administration and then hung him out to dry
when he was accused of accepting illegal gifts (he was exonerated). The
alleged gifts were football tickets, BTW! IMHO, the mainstream liberal
doesn't see southern African American leaders as meaningful and or
legitimate. So we see Imfume (?), Jackson and Sharpton. What do people
from Mississippi know about the African American experience?