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The most telling part of the SAE fraternity chant caught on camera — well, the most telling part aside from the tuxes and gowns, because nothing says “it’s time to do some racist-ass shit” like Tuxedo Junction Groupons — is the fact that this song was perfect. The words, cadence, and rhythm were a perfect fit for “If You’re Happy And You Know It.” This is not something that’s particularly easy to do. It takes some time and thought to find the right words and the right rhyme and have them make creative, grammatical, and structural sense.

This means someone (or, most likely, a group of someones) at some point in time sat down and had a long brainstorming session about this song. There were suggestions, edits, additions, and rewrites. Possibly even an argument or two. A beta version of it was tested before it was made public. Basically, an effort was needed to create it. An effort that was probably fun for them, but a real effort nonetheless.

This — the hidden efforts often involved with doing racist acts — has always fascinated me. I mean, I’m assuming it doesn’t take much effort to just join the Klan. (An online application and word association test, perhaps?) But what about the people in charge of locating and ordering all the material used for the hoods? Or the people in charge of making sure everyone has the right size? (And that the holes are in the right place?) Or the guy who had to make multiple runs to Kinkos for copies of the flyers distributed during the Selma50 march?

Anyway, although the SAE video might have been shocking, I doubt very many people were surprised by it. Especially people who’ve interacted with this particular type of frat boy “bro” before. Of course, most frat boys don’t act like this, but the ones who do all seem to fit the same archetype. They’re all named “Conner” or “Tucker,” they’re all in finance, they all kinda, sorta look like Matthew Stafford, and they’ll all appear to be a Black guy’s best friend if they see him at a bar (“Duuuuuuude. Take a shot!!!!!!!“), but would rather hang him by a tree than let him join SAE.

The frat boy “bro” is just one of the many types of new, enlightened, and educated racists that exist in today’s post-racial (Ha!), new Black (Haha!) world. Here’s a few more.

The hipster racist

Shops at Trader Joes, loves Danny Brown and Childish Gambino, and isn’t even registered to vote, so can’t possibly be racist. Which is what he tells himself at the game night where he and his (all-White) friends totally joke about how the ghetto is nothing but prison gentrification, but it’s totally cool because it’s totally ironic.

The White girl racist

Loves Black people. And by “Black people” I mean “the idea of Black people.” And by “the idea of Black people” I mean “Black men and definitely not Black women.” And by “Black men and definitely not Black women” I mean “Black dick.”

The soccer mom racist

Pats herself on the back for living in a renowned school district that’s been lauded in the newspaper as “increasingly diverse” and a “perfect model for 21st century education.” And practically ate herself out when the story about the Somalian refugees who moved to her suburb was featured on CNN. Remains the nicest woman on Earth until realizing that this increased diversity means some of these Somalian refugee children are going to be on her daughter’s soccer team. Which means her daughter might not play as much. Which means it might be time to call the realtor.

The sports fan racist

Is also definitely not a racist, and the Hines Ward jersey he still wears to every Steeler game proves it. And he loved Hines Ward because he played the game the right way. And by “played the game the right way” I mean “he smiled alot and had no visible tats.” Is pro-union — in fact, is the fucking chairman of his carpenter’s union — but hates that unionized athletes have so much power. Hateshateshates the NBA.

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  • MsSula

    That scene in Django will never not be funny! Lol.

  • MzzPeaches

    Add the “The [I wanna be down] White girl racist”

    She prides herself on greeting you with the “Hey girl” when you come in the office, is up to date on the terms of “fleek” and “bae”, inquires about how you and Rasheed are doing relationship wise, will even run to the soul food/wing spot with you for lunch. But, has never invited you to a family or social function outside or work, cause you know, you might not be comfortable there.

    Add 10 pts if she acts brand new when other yt females from corporate show up.

    • Leigh

      DAYAAUM!!! You described to a “T” this “Becky” that used to work in my office. I would come in the office in the morning and want to slap the taste out of her mouth. She was from fucking you-can-kill-kids-and- get-away-with-it-Florida.

      • MzzPeaches

        Did she have “that” haircut too? and you know which one I mean…

        • Leigh

          YAAASSSSS!!!!!! Gurl you doin the damn thing!!!

        • Ms George Zip

          Fuuuuck. I think I have this haircut. Long blunt-cut bangs you mean?

          • MzzPeaches

            I was referring to the tapered bob, usually w/ blonde highlights

        • Kitty_Benton

          You mean the “I need to your manager.” haircut?

    • miss t-lee

      I don’t play these games. Don’t come up in my face skinnin’ and grinnin’.

      • PaddyfotePrincess

        Girl..last year I had a couple of ladies slide up at work and ask “What does turn up mean?” I hit them with a look that would make Draymond Green proud. Stop it.

        • miss t-lee

          Girl…lol
          I’m frequently having to tell folks that I’m not their negro tour guide.

          • MzzPeaches

            Put it on a tshirt!

            I had a white girl with her biracial son walk up to me in the beauty supply last Fri

            Her: Excuse me, my son has dreads that his daddy started *points to chile* and I was told to get some beeswax and gel in a black jar w/ a white top

            Me*instantly*: Oh you mean ProStyle *leads her right to it*

            The only reason she got that one on the house is because I have a soft spot in my heart for biracial kids whose parents can’t style their hair.

            • miss t-lee

              That’s also happened to me at the BSS.
              I too, have that same soft spot for the kids.

            • Epsilonicus

              “The only reason she got that one on the house is because I have a soft spot in my heart for biracial kids whose parents can’t style their hair.”

              Dont be talking about me!! Bwahahahahaha

            • HeyBooHey

              Only exception and forget if it’s a parent with a messy haired little girl. I’ll be ready to offer to do the child’s hair in a quiet corner smh. HeyBoo luh tha kids

            • tc14

              I’m just glad she kept the dreads in!

    • collegechick

      Or when she invites you and all your black friends to meet her small town white friends so that you all cam tell stories of what it’s like being black. It’s like putting on a comedy show for them with your real life experiences, while also showing other white people that they do in fact have black “friends” so they can’t be racist, even when you overhear them referring to you as a nigger. They can’t be racist though because they love you and all of your black friends.

    • *shots fired at (censored)?*

      • Hmmm…perhaps. LOL

        • What are you trying to say, Todd? LOL!

          • MzzPeaches

            *Extends empty tea cup*

            • Not right now, Mzz Peaches- I’m trying to be nice today…

              *Muttley snicker*

              • MzzPeaches

                lol

      • MzzPeaches

        Please clue me in

        • Think of frozen water and monarchy…

          • Or…or…or…nevermind…

            *walks off*

          • Asiyah

            You and PA are horrible lol

    • Mz. Fuq Outta Here

      This white chick Yoga instructor “Hey, Girlfriend!” me to Nasmaste death.

      • tc14

        Or the judge who told my friend, “You go, girl!” Whaaat are you even saying right now?!

    • heyheyno

      Lol I met this chick at a 90% karaokee. She comes up to me and my friends the only black people in the place and says I’m about to sing Happy you guys know that right? I’m like naw I never heard that song. LMAO she may not be racist but honey boo boo don’t assume. LOL

    • Precious

      YES!!! One just started at my firm and we had a chance to meet at the office party last week. She was talking about her ex, Rayquan or Raheem (I forgot his name). I nodded and purposely didn’t ask her if he was black. She made sure to tell me though. She then proceeds to tell me how she doesn’t see color and just feels so much kinship with black people. This was all unprompted. This week I come in and I see her. She goes : “Hey girl!”
      I said: “…hello”. * weak smile.”
      This ish never fails. Lol

  • Back in 2008, when the Celtics were relevant and the starting five was all black, a white guy from Southie called in to a Satellite Radio show and said he couldn’t bare to watch the games since it was all black players, so he only listened to them over broadcast radio!

    Ahh, the paradoxical racist, my favorite kind.

    There was one white guy on the team though and my God was he beloved:

    http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m0t8ud4Ud51r3n926o1_250.jpg

    • MsSula

      2520 Boston Sports fans are a special bunch.

      • Lea Thrace

        2520 Bostonians are a special bunch.

        Fixed it for you. :-D

    • Scalabrine was decent for his role. He was the typical glue guy that did all the dirty work. I still don’t get the stanning for him though. LOL

      • He now works for the Celtics as a sports analysts.

        The stanning has followed him into retirement. I think the stanning comes from the fact that he’s the closest thing to a real life Jackie Moon from Semi-Pro:
        http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/2106827/jackiemoon.gif

        • The funny part is that Will Ferrell kind of looks like a Scalabrine type in real life. He’s like 6’4″ and built like he was an athlete in college or something.

  • iamnotakata

    Accurate! SF Bayarea is full of hipster racist and white girl racist!! But if you talk to them about race relations their response is np tne bayare is “diverse” its not so much…to me the word “diverse is a code word used to get out of discussing the gentrification of predominately black neighborhoods that are pricing tbthe original residents out of their neighborhoods and then calling cops because there is a suspicous person i their neighborhood ie a black person…. the bay area can miss me with its bs “diversity”

    • K Lust

      MANNNNN! I thought i was the only one who realized these things. You made my morning.

      That diverse droll that people spew in the Bay Area is laughable. At work, at the gym, sometimes at the store depending I am the only black person. The Bay Area doesn’t even know what diverse looks like. The gentrification is at a whole new level. EVERY WHITE PERSON IS DYING TO LIVE IN OAKLAND!

      • Did you peep that pro-gentrification article trying to flip gentrification on Blacks for taking over a White working class area that White folk abandoned?

      • iamnotakata

        Yes they are, the crazy thing is im not from here I’m actually from the south home of racism, so I guess i have a good radar for disguised racism, and from jump I peeped the hipster racist vibe when I moved here but talk to any white person in the Bay area, we’re not racist its so diverse, “I love Oakland its so diverse” but they have no black friends and any area still mostly black is so “ghetto” I can’t deal with them…

        • MzzPeaches

          Being from the South too, I’d rather just take my racism on a platter that the covert racism people in other areas try to hit you with.

          • MsSula

            That’s what I could appreciate about Texas. There was no lipstick on the racism. You knew from jump who could not stand your black a$$.

            • miss t-lee

              Basically.
              Instances have been small, but I have no problem giving it right on back.

            • MzzPeaches

              Mmhmm. My bff who lives in Brooklyn always tells me about all the ish she deals with in NYC, a place that has soooo much diversity. I’m usually on the other end of the phone ready to set it off for her, cause, you know a lot of us live on the “wish” factor.

              • miss t-lee

                But racism is only supposedly down here below the mason-dixon…lol

              • Which part of Brooklyn? Because they didn’t gentrify ALL of it yet. Some of it is still the same as 88.

                • MzzPeaches

                  She’s in Crown Heights. Her grandparents are at the Church Ave stop and she’s told me she’s starting to see a sprinkle up through there too

                  • Church Ave is Flatbush more than Crown Heights. Point taken though. Those people are the cannon fodderpioneers of gentrification. LOL

            • iamnotakata

              Yes! I like my racist to keep it 100 with me, if you don’t like my black a$$ let me know up front.

            • Epsilonicus

              I found that dangerous though. Im from MD. We dont have sunset towns. But in TX and other parts of the south though, yall do. Thats that racism I dont like.

              • MzzPeaches

                I mean both forms are, but “‘better the devil you know than the devil you don’t’

                • Epsilonicus

                  Naw. The hipsters aren’t an immediate threat to my life in the same way. Just as dangerous systemically. Less dangerous in an immediate sense.

                  • MsSula

                    Hipsters become law makers and CEOs and the likes. More dangerous if you ask me.

                    Bubba down there, who goes huntin’ and fishin’ and don’t like ’em n!99as is not going to have as much incidence on my life as an SAE guy who becomes the hiring manager of an Oil & Gas company for instance…

                    • Epsilonicus

                      Like I said, same danger systemically. But in a “oh shit I bet not drive here lemme go 3 hrs out the or I might die” kind of way, I dont like that kind of racism. Maslows needs and ish

                    • Epsilonicus

                      Like I said, same danger systemically. But in a “oh sh*t I bet not drive here lemme go 3 hrs out the or I might die” kind of way, I dont like that kind of racism. Maslows needs and ish. Lemme at least secure my physical safety first. If I cant do that I cant handle the other things.

                    • miss t-lee

                      Thank you.

                  • Heavens2Murgatroid

                    Get those same people in a group and they’ll develop a lynch-mob mentality. People get dumber as the numbers get bigger

        • K Lust

          They have no black friends, but i bet they have some black D. Sh*t.
          I’m from the Bay Area, and have had a distaste for it since 1986. The older I got the more i realized what it was. It’s not a place for black people. I’m going to be honest. They are pushing us out. Oakland doesnt even look like it did 5-10 years ago.

          San Francisco is no better. These cities just look nice. They are tourists attractions. Oakland is the new Brooklyn.

          I just moved to LA in November. I’m getting the same vibe, but I’m going to be open.

          • iamnotakata

            You know I visited LA back in January and peeped a similar vibe however I had a positive experience in the Culver City/ Balwdwin hills area. Lots of brown people that were friendly, but overall Ive been in the bay a little over a year and im ready to go! I finish my masters program in April and im out!

            • K Lust

              Lol run out of there in April.

              I actually work in Culver City at an ad agency. There are like 4 black men here, which I was pleasently surprised by. So like i said, I’ll give LA a shot. But i will NEVER live in the Bay Area again in my life.

              That sh*t will give you a complex.

          • MsSula

            I have heard that in LA, it’s all about which neighborhood you live in/hang out in. Culver City used to be a good spot to find good people, but it has now become the darling of the hipster set so I don’t know if it’s still the same.

            • Asiyah

              Very true. I’ve visited LA several times and while it is “diverse” in the dictionary definition, groups stick to their own kind mostly.

          • overandout

            I’m also from the Bay and I hate that they are making you feel like that. I love the Bay to death but it is getting much harder to just exist here.

            • K Lust

              It’s really really hard. And so blatant, but people try to act like its not happening. Don’t even get me started on dating in the Bay. LAWD.

              And you’re right about people having to drive all the way home to Pitsburgh. I know some people who commute from Sacramento to SF DAILY.

          • I always say the first time I was EVER called a ni*ger to my face by a white person was in Berkeley California. Racist incidents like that happen several times while living there. And I am from Ohio. Let that marinate.

            • K Lust

              WHOA, are you serious? I’m so sorry you had to deal with that.

    • CC

      U aint neva lied! I cant stand the Bay for the superficial tolerance.

    • overandout

      YES. They think the bay is so diverse because they see black people every day, but those black people gotta peace out at 5 and drive 2 hours back to Pittsburg, Bay Point, Brentwood aka where we can afford to continue living.

    • RewindingtonMaximus

      They are doing the same here in Brooklyn. We are at the point when we say “is Brooklyn in the house?” and they start yelling, we know who to punch. Its so disrespectful

      • Pinks

        Last summer, we went to what was billed as a “hip hop for the new age” party somewhere in BK, and I had the “kill me now” face on before we even got through the doors. Hipster beards, run-over converses, blue-haired white chicks with unshaved armpits all singing along to “Frack them other nuccas cus I’m down…”

        • miss t-lee

          NOPE.

        • HeyBooHey

          O_O come again???

          Brooklyn has changed SO significantly, it’s crazy to compare it to 10+ years ago

          • Pinks

            Tell me about it! I used to be in BK a lot as a child, but now it’s sooooo different. My fam is in Crown Heights so I was used to all the Orthodox Jews, but now it’s like the yuppie moms in their lululemon pants and $2,000 Maclaren strollers are slowly taking over.

        • RewindingtonMaximus

          Look girl…its done. They won. It won’t even matter how hard we thug it out, they really think they can thug it just as hard.

          I’ve fully accepted that yesterday, more white kids in my hood remembered Biggie died on 3/9 than I did.

      • Asiyah

        Rewind, I miss you! How are you? Did you marry? I read somewhere something about your wife.

        and yes, that’s exactly what’s going on in Brooklyn, which is why I decided it’s no longer the borough I want to live in. Still too much hype about its “diversity” when it may have a lot of people from different cultural backgrounds but it’s still pretty segregated.

        • RewindingtonMaximus

          Aniyah! Hello my dear, Ive missed you too.

          Yes my dear, I am married, actually I was for a while, but was honoring a promise to not speak on it til certain things happened.

          You know they are turning this place into a bigger Manhattan and it just makes me sad, we never had a chance

  • Subcategory of The Soccer Mom Racist: The Do-gooder racist

    The do-gooder racist spends nearly all of their free time and money volunteering with the poor and downtrodden, and since you are colored that means you!. Unable to separate themselves from the idea that all people of color are helpless, they often offer financial and psychological support without being prompted. They are typically baffeled when they learn that you have a relationship with your father, are not in a gang, have a job and happiness.

    The bulk of their knowledge of different races comes from Oprah, Huffington Post, MSNBC and the local news. Though they are truly only trying to help, their conversations are filled with microagressions. Keep conversations light when dealing with them.

    • cakes_and_pies

      The Typical Soccer Mom Racist: The Do-gooder racist response when you say you don’t have children. “Oh you DON’T?! REALLYY??”

    • Aly

      White saviors, smh.

      • How would POC ever survive without their help? *eye roll*

        • Aly

          They’re the worst.

        • You ain’t say nothing but a word. LOL Welcome to a decent chunk of my professional life. :)

          • You’re a better person than me.

          • HeyBooHey

            Bless your heart smh. I remember when I worked in a Big4 firm, that environment drove me to drink more than my usual. People can’t fathom the fact that you’re not “struggling”. Better pay but you can’t pay me to work with those kinda folk again

            • In my experience, in those Fortune 500 companies, they generally left me alone. Besides, they had enough Uncle Toms and angry Black people to keep them busy. In the startups I worked at, people were too busy trying to be the next Google to really GAF.

              But Academia? I’d sip tea about them, but I’d end up with hyponatremia. So nah.

              • HeyBooHey

                I worked with various level Fortune companies, there and in the firm itself was almost a “quiet” tone to the racism. And there’s a marked difference between NY and VA/DC in how people apply it. It was sad but interesting as hell to experience and see. There’s never enough Uncle Toms, you will always get the eyebrow when you walk in with the “yes, I’m the head auditor and you have to deal with me for everything”. They automatically demote you just off of appearance.

                • Girl SPEAK these accounting truths. My personal favorite was when they would quietly go ‘above’ me to the partner because of a mistake I caught only to realize that not only was I right, we’re going to be all up in that a$$ now, lol.

        • Val

          How would Hollywood survive without the oft used and very profitable ‘White savior’ plot.

          • cakes_and_pies

            While simultaneously being magical Negros.. We are the strongest weakest people in movies.

    • Rachmo

      “They are typically baffled when they learn that you have a relationship with your father, are not in a gang, have a job and happiness.” *hums Negro spiritual*

    • MzzPeaches

      “Though they are truly only trying to help, their conversations are filled with microagressions. Keep conversations light when dealing with them.”

      Indeed. Wanna make their faces melt? Mention an activity/sport/food/event/genre of music you like/have experienced that isn’t “typically” Black and they are puzzled.

      • They showed their natural behinds when I joined the Forensics team in high school.

      • cakes_and_pies

        But they wanna act like they invented the wheel when they discovered kale.

        • MsSula

          Don’t tell them that Tiger Nuts is an actual every day food item in some parts of the world and not some newly discovered “superfood” used to make Horchata!

          (The Paleo community is RIFE with this type.)

        • MzzPeaches

          OK! Errrrrbody knows colored folks have had the Greens game on lock since forever (Collard,Mustard, Turnip, Kale, Spinach…)

          • miss t-lee

            Been on lock.
            Mostly because we had to forage for food to cook, and meat was scarce.

          • LMNOP

            I don’t get how kale became special, it’s not the best tasting green, and it’s hard to wash the wrinkly leaves. I had mustard greens one time and I never see them anywhere anymore, but they are SO good. They deserve more respect as a green.

            • Val

              And it takes forever to cook.

            • miss t-lee

              My grandmother used to grow mustards, collards, and turnip greens.
              I don’t think I’ve had any mustards since she passed.

          • cakes_and_pies

            My SJW co-worker was trying tell me how she discovered how wonderful oxtails are, and I just looked at her crazy.

            • MzzPeaches

              I hollered! The day they put Chitlin’s on a gourmet menu I think I’ll be ready to go up yonder

              • Um…if you go in the right hipster restaurant, they’re already there. They just don’t use the name. Just look for any place that sells “offal”.

                • MzzPeaches

                  Tell my mama to bury me a G…

                • miss t-lee

                  You’re right.
                  Offal, sweetbreads, etc.

              • tc14

                They got em … they make them hard and crispy and dippable.

            • miss t-lee

              Bless her heart.

              • cakes_and_pies

                She even tried to give me the recipe.

                • miss t-lee

                  CTFU

                • HeyBooHey

                  You gotta thank her, take it, and tear it up real slow in her presence while saying “I been on boo” smh

                  • MzzPeaches

                    Are we related?

                    • HeyBooHey

                      Lol sisters in cynic maybe??

                    • MzzPeaches

                      Agreed, just don’t ask me to co-sign nothin

                    • HeyBooHey

                      Lol. Fine….

                  • cakes_and_pies

                    I took it, snickered about it, and then got on the Black Hotline at work and roasted her.

                    • HeyBooHey

                      The only proper response *daps*

            • ChiChi

              I’m offended

          • Ms. Bridget

            I prefer Chard…

            • MzzPeaches

              My fave will always be collard.Maybe it’s the fond memories of sitting by my grandma’s knee and helping her cut them up n wash them.

        • miss t-lee

          As with most things we’re on the forefront.
          We was doing/growing things organic, before organic, was organic.

          We were “green” from necessity, not because we were trying to save the planet.

          • MzzPeaches

            Cause I know bout every Native American wanna call bull on the whole “Go Green” movement.

            • miss t-lee

              Yup. Folks been green.

      • Wild Cougar

        Wanna see them get mad? Tell them you don’t need their help.

    • Yup

      Snaps.

      I know so many like this. HATE it. They seem to hate that I am educated, self sufficient, and (dare I say) smarter than them.

    • Also known as the armchair activists, LOLOL!

    • That is basically a description of Mitch Albom… =)

    • stmije

      I’ll throw in one DC folks will recognize: the “international development” racist: will travel to Rwanda for work and talk about how “magical” the trip was, but will look terrified of you suggest going to anything east of the Anacostia or in PG County.

      • Epsilonicus

        Yup!!!!

      • KingJames870

        Bruh…

      • Rachmo

        Their eyes will get really wide when you mention the words “northeast DC”

        • stmije

          Unless it’s H St. But then eyes will widen again if you suggest taking the X2 to get there.

    • Brother Mouzone

      Lol…sounds like the teacher on “Everybody hates Chris”

  • Subcategory of The Soccer Mom Racist: The Do-gooder racist

    The do-gooder racist spends nearly all of their free time and money volunteering with the poor and downtrodden, and since you are colored that means you!. Unable to separate themselves from the idea that all people of color are helpless, they often offer financial and psychological support without being prompted. They are typically baffeled when they learn that you have a relationship with your father, are not in a gang, have a job and happiness.

    The bulk of their knowledge of different races comes from Oprah, Huffington Post, MSNBC and the local news. Though they are truly only trying to help, their conversations are filled with microagressions. Keep conversations light when dealing with them.

  • Medium Meech

    Mexicans

    • MzzPeaches

      Asians

      • Medium Meech

        Whoa whoa whoa. I was only making a joke because Rachmo is Mexican and slightly racist. You took it too far.

        • MzzPeaches

          Excuse me. I thought we were covering post-racial racists we’d definitely meet. Didn’t know you were joking.

          • Medium Meech

            The reply was a joke as well. Although you probably don’t trust anything I type now. You can trust me.

        • Rachmo

          WRONG! My bf is a Mexican and I am very racist against them. Tuh

          • Val

            *scratches head and walks away feeling confused*

            • Rachmo

              I’m joking haha. I think Meech was referring to how I call my bf the “dark Mexican” even though he’s from New Mexico. And I’m not very racist. Or am I?

              • Val

                Yeah, I knew there was an inside joke in there somewhere. I was just being nosy. :-) And, no, my racism detector goes flat when aimed at you. Lol

                • Medium Meech

                  Alright you two, hit the showers. There will be no witty e-flirting on this thread unless I’m at the center of it.

  • Medium Meech

    Mexicans

  • taliacadet

    White girl racist is the most rampant in our society. Lol. I dare say this is every white girl. I don’t blame them either, black D is wonderful and awe-inspiring.

    Speaking of sports fan racist: I find sports culture very interested. These same SAE boys from Oklahoma are probably the first ones at the football games on Saturday cheering on the mostly black team. If it wasn’t for sports or entertainment a significant amount of white people who wouldn’t be bothered with us.

      • MsSula

        And the interview is done by none other than Post Racial Man himself! Lolll.

        • Donny Citrus is a weird dude.

          • MsSula

            Donny Citrus…. Ha ha ha ha!!!

      • Also, notice that Bob Stoops was standing right there with them during the first protest. He knows who pays his bills…

        • He knows for sure. It the same reason Spurrier spoke out against the Confederate battle flag a few seasons after he got to SC.

    • MsSula

      The black guys on the field are working “for them” in essence. They see them as commodities rather than actual human beings.

      It’s the same for football (well, soccer) fans in the Premiere League. A couple of weeks ago, some Chelsea fans showed their arses on the metro in Paris. And Chelsea is full of black players (Drogba, aye! :)). *smh*

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/chelsea/11419254/Chelsea-fans-stop-black-man-getting-on-Paris-tube.html

      • I was reading something recently (that came out like 3 years ago originally) about how Blacks started playing in numbers in the Premier League. They went through some serious ish in the 70s, man. Salute to those brothers. They did us proud in all sorts of ways.

      • To make things worse Europe has hardcore National Socialist fans.

      • taliacadet

        Come to think of it, college and professional sports is mostly an “owner”-“property” relationship. Le sigh.

      • cakes_and_pies

        I call college and NFL players field chattel.

    • K Lust

      “White girl racist is the most rampant in our society. Lol. I dare say this is every white girl. I don’t blame them either, black D is wonderful and awe-inspiring.”

      Yes.

    • Epsilonicus

      The vast majority of white women dont think about black people, black men, or black d*ck. They just dont have that many fcuks to give about us.

      • Accurate. We mind as well be martians to 85% of them. :)

        • Epsilonicus

          HS taught me how little white folks actually think of black folks.

          • HeyBooHey

            Yup, same here. In some cases

    • kenyadigit

      Not only enjoy sports but love hip-hop. This same exact Oklahoma frat hired Waka Flocka to perform, for the second time. He declined after this entire thing blew up.

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/09/waka-flocka-flame-cancels-university-of-oklahoma-concert-_n_6833832.html

      Also drunk white women are the most racist people I have ever run into. Walking down U street at 2am and I am guaranteed to hear a high pitched nasally slurred “my nigaaaaa!” smh, its like they feel untouchable.

      • HeyBooHey

        Drunk girls on U Street are equally amusing and subject to get chopped in the throat smh. Next time that happens, gotta just gently tap her forehead so she lays on the ground since they’re usually slouched on the sidewalk around 2am anyway

        • Cleojonz

          Throat chops are never not funny!

  • What’s sad is that these boys are goin to go on to be lawyers, physicians, politicians, etc.

    • HeyBooHey

      Exactly, which is why the cycle will continue to remain unbroken smh

    • MsSula

      And write laws with their inherent bias, and someone is going to have the nerve to say there is no systemic injustice because, you know, slavery ended like years ago. Ugh. Sometime I just want to slap somebody.

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