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Unintentional Racism (20 pics)

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Some examples of corporate racism.

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№1 Author: fluorescentG (14 Sep 2010 02:12) Total user comments: 3958


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watermelon soda? i thought orange would be more appropriate
№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (14 Sep 2010 02:15) Total user comments: 5488


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Eradicating racism is only a theoretical idea. It can never be achieved.

You have to be able to see the world through everyone else's eyes and experiences to truly understand them.

Understanding other races and cultures leads to tolerance. Tolerance leads to empathy. Empathy is what causes the motivation to understand other races and cultures.

The process is a closed circle. There will never be enough enlightened humans alive at any given time to effect a globalized change.
№3 Author: adzhoe (14 Sep 2010 03:16) Total user comments: 14010


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Some yes, some no, most funny.
№4 Author: perez (14 Sep 2010 07:41) Total user comments: 757


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I think that were not intentional
№5 Author: astroboy3000 (14 Sep 2010 07:48) Total user comments: 2543


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oh my god, jimmyjohnson shut the fuck up already and just laugh.
№6 Author: Jimmy Johnson (14 Sep 2010 09:10) Total user comments: 5488


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astroboy - What? You don't like hearing things that make you think? Why don't you shut the fuck up and learn something.

You can always skip my comment... It's called selective editing, something I'm sure you're an expert at.
№7 Author: Link was here (14 Sep 2010 09:27) Total user comments: 1329


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Jimmy Johnson,

I believe racism can be eradicated, even though most of the people are not "enlightened", if a common goal (or enemy) is found.
№8 Author: pawzuzu (14 Sep 2010 09:58) Total user comments: 213


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The funny part is that some actually will be offended by these pictures.
№9 Author: salsapopo (14 Sep 2010 10:14) Total user comments: 12713


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hahahahaha
№10 Author: Jimmy Johnson (14 Sep 2010 11:01) Total user comments: 5488


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Link -

Racism is not a "common enemy". It's not something tangible you can rally people around. Racism is a state of mind. Like free will, people choose for themselves whether or not they will perpetuate or eradicate racism from within.

You can't outlaw a person's opinion or point of view. It can only be more popular or less popular for the selected audience. ie) the muslim mosque being proposed near ground zero, yet a strip club and porn shop within the same distance is acceptable. If you're going to try to suppress ideas that you don't like and start burning books, then enough people thinking the same way will create a fascist state. Freedom of speech (of ideas) is a basic human right, for better or worse.
№11 Author: Jinxaruny (14 Sep 2010 12:16) Total user comments: 10324


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№12 Author: Naphia (14 Sep 2010 16:17) Total user comments: 1071


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Sometimes people offend someone without realizing it. But this shouldn't be an excuse. Just imagine what other people will think before you say something like above.
For living in peace together we must respect all human beings.
№13 Author: 2fuzzy (14 Sep 2010 16:50) Total user comments: 10400


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Wow, bad post.
№14 Author: mirrebex (14 Sep 2010 17:11) Total user comments: 475


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last one was funny.. lol
№15 Author: reedsworld222 (14 Sep 2010 17:11) Total user comments: 81


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Haaaahahahahaha,"Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby" , "Nagaz" , and "The chink in China trade". 12
№16 Author: galz (14 Sep 2010 17:14) Total user comments: 2043


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№17 Author: apari (14 Sep 2010 18:15) Total user comments: 827


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Ya! Jimmy and Astroboy duking it out! Smartass + Know-it-all = Fight. I was wondering when it was gonna happen....
"Was someone blinking!" Lol !!!!!!
BTW everyone is racist, we all think our nationality is better than others.
№18 Author: joffenbaker (14 Sep 2010 19:44) Total user comments: 4928


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Since I'm German, people will think I'm a NAZI! WTF? I think this post opened a lot of hidden feelings that are in some ways thereputic. We all read each others witty or rhetorical remarks, mostly in jest, but this really opened up some hostility for some reason. 53
№19 Author: rotten (14 Sep 2010 20:15) Total user comments: 1454


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RACISM SUCKS!!!
№20 Author: DocMcCoy (14 Sep 2010 21:04) Total user comments: 6039


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Some of those examples are offensive.
№21 Author: Nsibai (14 Sep 2010 22:27) Total user comments: 5694


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№22 Author: bruce88lee (16 Sep 2010 03:06) Total user comments: 1818


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№23 Author: nico (16 Sep 2010 16:16) Total user comments: 3050


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№24 Author: raymond.wendt (20 Sep 2010 03:30) Total user comments: 9110


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I've seen people look hard enough trying to find racism in everything. The game of pool...
№25 Author: cherrygarcia14 (28 Dec 2010 20:13) Total user comments: 2278


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№26 Author: plaidpancake (2 Aug 2011 02:28) Total user comments: 2461


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some were intentional
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