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From the Chicago Tribune:

Northwestern University condemns ‘attempts at racial intimidation,’ including noose found on campus

by Dawn Rhodes

Northwestern University leaders are urging people to come forward as they probe racist acts on campus over the past month, including one in which a noose was found inside a sports facility.

The incidents, which involved “repugnant symbols of hate and intolerance,” according to a university statement, occurred March 15 and April 8.

In the first, campus police discovered a rope that had been fashioned into a noose on a table outside the locker rooms at the Henry Crown Sports Pavilion. Investigators said at the time they believed the noose had been left there sometime overnight.

A student later reported to school leaders that she had been using the rope for a class project and accidentally left it behind, according a university statement Friday.

… In the later incident, a student posted to social media a photo of a sticker posted in Allison Dining Hall. The sticker read, “It’s Okay to Be White,” a slogan adopted by neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups.

… But Northwestern officials have not been able to confirm the presence of that sticker, nor found any others on campus, officials said.

Leaders at the Evanston campus condemned the behavior and said police are still investigating.

“Both incidents involve repugnant symbols of hate and intolerance,” the university’s statement read. “Acts of hate, whether premeditated or not, will not go unchallenged at Northwestern University. Those who choose to be a part of the Northwestern community are expected to abide by a code of conduct that does not tolerate such acts.”

So I guess that officially answers the implicit question: It’s not okay to be white at Northwestern. The only acceptable role for whites at Northwestern is one of being racially intimidated at all times.

This could be a popular TV drama: Jussie Smollett, Nathan Phillips, Morris Dees, Tina Tcheng, Kim Foxx, and the Nigerian Bodybuilder Bros team up to solve hate crimes every Thursday night at 9pm. They could report back via speakerphone to a mysterious billionaire offscreen.

 
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  1. They condemned a student forgetting a rope she was using in a class project in a building. Why does no one have the political will to go after the tax exemptions for these credential/networking factories?

    • Replies: @ic1000
    > They condemned a student forgetting a rope she was using in a class project in a building.

    You didn't get the memo, but no matter -- she should be a disgraced ex-student by now. When it comes to the key mission of the institution, "forgetting" is no excuse:

    Acts of hate, whether premeditated or not, will not go unchallenged at Northwestern University. Those who choose to be a part of the Northwestern community are expected to abide by a code of conduct that does not tolerate such acts.
     
  2. Another RACE HATE crime against NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICAN MALES…

    Was the passage of the 1965 Immigration Reform Act a REPUGNANT POLICY OF HATE towards THE HISTORIC NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICAN MAJORITY?

  3. I suppose the message is:WHITE MALES FUCKING DIE!!!!!

  4. You could call it, ‘Charlie’s White Devils’

  5. Definitely not okay to be white. The Northwestern University Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion consists of a black guy, a Hispanic guy, a Hispanic woman, a Native American woman and a black woman.

    https://www.northwestern.edu/diversity/about/Staff/

    Whites not included.

    They date diversity at NU from 1968, when students peacefully occupied the Bursar’s Office to protest the black student experience. Today, they have an Archivist of the Black Experience for Northwestern Libraries, so these precious memories will never be lost:

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    In Miles Davis' autobiography, he complains that his father was one of only three black students in his class at Northwestern U. Dental School about 100 years ago.
  6. The sticker read, “It’s Okay to Be White,” a slogan adopted by neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups.

    I just imagine Hitler at the Nuremberg rally screaming “It’s okay to be white!” over and over again in German. Something like, “Es ist okay, weiß zu sein!”according to Google translate.

    • LOL: songbird
    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
    WEISSWURST! Ich hab ein, du hast ein, ist alles gut! ORIGINAL GEHÄUSE!
  7. Evanston was the home of the WCTU, the shock troops of Prohibition.

    No regional barbs, please. If you can pronounce the letter R, your state ratified it.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    And yes, Whiskey, the W was for Women’s.
    , @Jenner Ickham Errican

    No regional barbs, please.
     
    Not even coastal Maine ones?

    http://mediad.publicbroadcasting.net/p/mpbn/files/styles/x_large/public/201804/AP_815972000182.jpg
  8. You know, back in the Scouts, a noose was one of the harder knot-tying exercises. My favorite was the “sheet bend”. It’s very good for tying two pieces of dissimilar-size/material together and a symmetric one too. I’m really glad I didn’t leave my stuff lying around when practicing for the Jamboree.

    Imagine a noose, a sheet-bend to connect an extra piece to a ripped mini-blind cord, and a “Be Prepared” sticker in the same room. It wouldn’t take no Columbo to figure out what the hell is going on with that. “Oh, one more thing … you say you saw this sticker … look I just gotta ask cause of some silly rules down at the precinct … yet it’s stuck to the ceiling and … you say you play basketball, do you? … what a great game …. I love that Michael Jordan … anyway, when did you say you stopped beating your wife?….”

  9. @Barnard
    They condemned a student forgetting a rope she was using in a class project in a building. Why does no one have the political will to go after the tax exemptions for these credential/networking factories?

    > They condemned a student forgetting a rope she was using in a class project in a building.

    You didn’t get the memo, but no matter — she should be a disgraced ex-student by now. When it comes to the key mission of the institution, “forgetting” is no excuse:

    Acts of hate, whether premeditated or not, will not go unchallenged at Northwestern University. Those who choose to be a part of the Northwestern community are expected to abide by a code of conduct that does not tolerate such acts.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    I wonder in how many cases people more accustomed to Twitter, Zuckerbouque, Gaming, TV and other made-up, unreal and self-exploitative stuff mistake a bowline (which doesn't close) for a "noose" and go off the rails in a debilitating mental spasm.

    Let's work as if we were in the presence of an UFO sighting (PRONOOs = Possible Ropey Noose Objects). First, are there PRONOO photos?

  10. Re: our pilot for Angels reporting back via speakerphone to a mysterious offscreen billionaire: does he have a Hungarian accent?

    • Replies: @The Alarmist

    "This could be a popular TV drama: Jussie Smollett, Nathan Phillips, Morris Dees, Tina Tcheng, Kim Foxx, and the Nigerian Bodybuilder Bros team up to solve hate crimes every Thursday night at 9pm. They could report back via speakerphone to a mysterious billionaire offscreen."
     
    What do we call it? Georgie's Engels.
  11. “It’s Okay to be White” – bad. How about

    “It’s Acceptable to be White” – No? Perhaps

    “It’s Not Unacceptable to be White”

    Not sure if it’s getting better. Maybe “White” is the problem. How about paint color alternatives?

    “We’re Okay With Eggshell”

    Paint experts offer three broad alternatives:

    Cool Whites.
    (If you have a room with cool hues, like blue, it’s best to select a white that also has cool undertones.)

    Warm Whites.
    (Warm undertones tend to have a base of yellow or red and provide a warm and welcoming feel to any room.)

    Pure Whites.
    Omigod.

    • LOL: Craig Nelsen
    • Replies: @Blind Melon

    “It’s Not Unacceptable to be White”
     
    I like that one. Double negatives is like a Prozac pill for dumb people.

    It mixes them up, and makes them sleepy.
    , @Vinteuil

    “It’s Okay to be White” – bad. How about

    “It’s Acceptable to be White” – No? Perhaps

    “It’s Not Unacceptable to be White”
     
    Or: not all white people are like that.

    NAWPALT
  12. In the later incident, a student posted to social media a photo of a sticker posted in Allison Dining Hall. The sticker read, “It’s Okay to Be White,” a slogan adopted by neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups.

    It’s remarkable how many SJWs are infinitely trollable. But that’s exactly what they reveal themselves to be when they take the bait, and condemn the statement “It’s Okay to Be White.”

  13. This stuff is gold for our side. Sadly, we don’t have any politicians with the courage to mine that gold.

  14. “It’s a hate crime, Jim. But not as we know it.”

    Actually it sounds like the whole “hate crime” is being called out for the BS it often is. Mockery is the correct antidote.

  15. A noose for a “class project?” Seems more likely the student was black, left it there to see what would happen, and they’re letting her off the hook for the hoax.

    A sticker saying ‘it’s okay to be white’ is a hate crime, but without a doubt a black student could wear a shirt saying ‘Black Power’ to the cafeteria without any problems.

    So what, the kids gather at some Clintonista admin’s office and weep and wail about their triggered safe spaces, and hope they get filmed by CNN? They saw, or more probably heard about a sticker and a piece of rope that was tied into a loop, and they have been victimized.

    While I was at college you could just be depressed or filled with ennui, maybe the girls might think you’re a deep thinker. Girls had eating disorders or suddenly cut their hair really short. You didn’t have to connect your dumb adolescent sulking with some grand systematic depression. What a drag.

    • Agree: Cortes
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Ghost, A student at the University of Buffalo placed "Whites Only" placards on water fountains and restrooms. She was black, said it was part of an art project.
    , @Daniel Williams

    A sticker saying ‘it’s okay to be white’ is a hate crime, but without a doubt a black student could wear a shirt saying ‘Black Power’ to the cafeteria without any problems.
     
    A black kid wearing a shirt reading KILL WHITEY would not evoke this kind of response.

    Speech codes aren’t rules that apply equally to everyone, they’re ways to prevent whites from organizing as whites by preventing the kind of thinking that eventually leads to organizing.

    , @Cortes
    Youngsters behave like they are, in ridiculously immature ways.

    Around ten years ago I was walking into work early in the morning (5:00) and passed by the street where my sister lives and for some reason looked over and saw a guy crouched on the (red-tiled) roof above their garage wearing camouflage gear. As stealthily as I could, channeling my experience with Jack Reacher novels, I approached and then knocked on the door. Inside was already bedlam with two pooches barking and soon my sister opened, shocked to see me.

    The shock was nothing compared to the screaming after I pointed out her number one son imagining himself invisible as he tried to infiltrate his arse into the house after a night of love.

    Happy days.

    Made me late to the office.

    (I had no idea who it was until I knocked the door)

    , @Jim Don Bob

    While I was at college you could just be depressed or filled with ennui, maybe the girls might think you’re a deep thinker. Girls had eating disorders or suddenly cut their hair really short. You didn’t have to connect your dumb adolescent sulking with some grand systematic depression. What a drag.
     
    Drugs were popular when I was in college. If these kids are having a hard time, why aren't they getting high?
  16. Just spent the day at Crystal Bridges, the Walmart funded museum in Bentonville, AR.

    My Lord what an anti-White, especially White Male, hatefest. Disgusting. White people are evil. America as a White country is a falsehood. Indians were peace loving tree hugging sweetie pies. Blacks, slavery, magic people. Mexicans good…. Asians good…Women oppressed, except for White women when they were being forced by their Men to harm non-Whites.

    Everything was in English and Spanish, in the same size type.

    https://crystalbridges.org/

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    Kind of ironic that it's in the Ozarks.
  17. They could report back via speakerphone to a mysterious billionaire offscreen.

    That’s some tough casting:

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    Soros has those weird, wrinkly bags under his eyes. They're very distinctive.
  18. I’m waiting for jump roping and jump ropes to be outlawed.

  19. @ic1000
    > They condemned a student forgetting a rope she was using in a class project in a building.

    You didn't get the memo, but no matter -- she should be a disgraced ex-student by now. When it comes to the key mission of the institution, "forgetting" is no excuse:

    Acts of hate, whether premeditated or not, will not go unchallenged at Northwestern University. Those who choose to be a part of the Northwestern community are expected to abide by a code of conduct that does not tolerate such acts.
     

    I wonder in how many cases people more accustomed to Twitter, Zuckerbouque, Gaming, TV and other made-up, unreal and self-exploitative stuff mistake a bowline (which doesn’t close) for a “noose” and go off the rails in a debilitating mental spasm.

    Let’s work as if we were in the presence of an UFO sighting (PRONOOs = Possible Ropey Noose Objects). First, are there PRONOO photos?

    • Replies: @Dtbb
    How long before shoelaces are racist? Would Velcro then become triggering because it is too nappy headed? Sandals would then be oppressive because of Roman imperialism. Where does it end?
  20. Soros’ Avenging Angels?

  21. “It’s okay to be White” is a neo-Nazi thing? Really? That’s all these “neo-Nazis” stand for? Guess they aren’t really that bad after all. I, for one, appreciate the academy informing me that these guys aren’t really that bad. “It’s okay to be White ” doesn’t sound that bad. I’m going to have to read a bit more about this sensible sounding group of clean cut young men and women. Thanks Northwestern.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    Nowadays, you must courageously go BEYOND HITLER to have an effect:

    ‘Bats**t, Foolish’: Tory MPs blast Pro-EU Labour colleague who compared Brexiteer group to Nazis


    Conservative lawmakers including Jacob Rees-Mogg have hit back at pro-EU politician David Lammy [EU-SubSahara; Ed] for likening the Tories’ European Research Group to Nazis.

    During an interview on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show on Sunday, second EU referendum advocate Lammy was asked about controversial comments he made during a rally last month.

    At the People’s Vote demonstration, the Labour MP for Tottenham compared the likes of Brexiteer MPs Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson to Nazis and South African racists, an analogy he even claimed was “not strong enough.”
     

    Clearly, the potential energy of the racialist/trollaton quantum field is steadily increasing.

    Though that's hard to believe.

  22. @Reg Cæsar
    Evanston was the home of the WCTU, the shock troops of Prohibition.

    No regional barbs, please. If you can pronounce the letter R, your state ratified it.

    And yes, Whiskey, the W was for Women’s.

  23. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    A noose for a "class project?" Seems more likely the student was black, left it there to see what would happen, and they're letting her off the hook for the hoax.

    A sticker saying 'it's okay to be white' is a hate crime, but without a doubt a black student could wear a shirt saying 'Black Power' to the cafeteria without any problems.

    So what, the kids gather at some Clintonista admin's office and weep and wail about their triggered safe spaces, and hope they get filmed by CNN? They saw, or more probably heard about a sticker and a piece of rope that was tied into a loop, and they have been victimized.

    While I was at college you could just be depressed or filled with ennui, maybe the girls might think you're a deep thinker. Girls had eating disorders or suddenly cut their hair really short. You didn't have to connect your dumb adolescent sulking with some grand systematic depression. What a drag.

    Ghost, A student at the University of Buffalo placed “Whites Only” placards on water fountains and restrooms. She was black, said it was part of an art project.

  24. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    A noose for a "class project?" Seems more likely the student was black, left it there to see what would happen, and they're letting her off the hook for the hoax.

    A sticker saying 'it's okay to be white' is a hate crime, but without a doubt a black student could wear a shirt saying 'Black Power' to the cafeteria without any problems.

    So what, the kids gather at some Clintonista admin's office and weep and wail about their triggered safe spaces, and hope they get filmed by CNN? They saw, or more probably heard about a sticker and a piece of rope that was tied into a loop, and they have been victimized.

    While I was at college you could just be depressed or filled with ennui, maybe the girls might think you're a deep thinker. Girls had eating disorders or suddenly cut their hair really short. You didn't have to connect your dumb adolescent sulking with some grand systematic depression. What a drag.

    A sticker saying ‘it’s okay to be white’ is a hate crime, but without a doubt a black student could wear a shirt saying ‘Black Power’ to the cafeteria without any problems.

    A black kid wearing a shirt reading KILL WHITEY would not evoke this kind of response.

    Speech codes aren’t rules that apply equally to everyone, they’re ways to prevent whites from organizing as whites by preventing the kind of thinking that eventually leads to organizing.

  25. In hindsight Bull Connor is looking more and more reasonable.

  26. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    A noose for a "class project?" Seems more likely the student was black, left it there to see what would happen, and they're letting her off the hook for the hoax.

    A sticker saying 'it's okay to be white' is a hate crime, but without a doubt a black student could wear a shirt saying 'Black Power' to the cafeteria without any problems.

    So what, the kids gather at some Clintonista admin's office and weep and wail about their triggered safe spaces, and hope they get filmed by CNN? They saw, or more probably heard about a sticker and a piece of rope that was tied into a loop, and they have been victimized.

    While I was at college you could just be depressed or filled with ennui, maybe the girls might think you're a deep thinker. Girls had eating disorders or suddenly cut their hair really short. You didn't have to connect your dumb adolescent sulking with some grand systematic depression. What a drag.

    Youngsters behave like they are, in ridiculously immature ways.

    Around ten years ago I was walking into work early in the morning (5:00) and passed by the street where my sister lives and for some reason looked over and saw a guy crouched on the (red-tiled) roof above their garage wearing camouflage gear. As stealthily as I could, channeling my experience with Jack Reacher novels, I approached and then knocked on the door. Inside was already bedlam with two pooches barking and soon my sister opened, shocked to see me.

    The shock was nothing compared to the screaming after I pointed out her number one son imagining himself invisible as he tried to infiltrate his arse into the house after a night of love.

    Happy days.

    Made me late to the office.

    (I had no idea who it was until I knocked the door)

    • Replies: @Cortes
    Correction:

    From about 20 yards away I knew who the “perp” was. But he was, and remains an arsehole.

  27. It’s not okay to be white at Northwestern.

    No real reason to single out Northwestern. It’s par for the course at nearly every college, and many other places as well. Nothing more ‘repugnant’ can be imagined than the notion that it’s okay to be white. Because it’s not okay, not at all, not by a long shot.

    Which is why the ‘cultural elite’ and policymakers of this once-great nation have engaged in a decades-long campaign to replace the white people here, and the project is virtually complete. Still, they keep the pedal to the metal just in case.

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen

    Still, they keep the pedal to the metal just in case.
     
    The keep the pedal to the metal because the real work hasn't started yet. Red Terror in the Heartland
  28. How do the noose-finders always know with such certainty that it’s racial harassment? Why don’t they ever worry that there is a suicidal student wandering around in crisis?

  29. It’s Okay to Be White

    Just “Okay”?

    Stay in your lane, Bro.

  30. @Cortes
    Youngsters behave like they are, in ridiculously immature ways.

    Around ten years ago I was walking into work early in the morning (5:00) and passed by the street where my sister lives and for some reason looked over and saw a guy crouched on the (red-tiled) roof above their garage wearing camouflage gear. As stealthily as I could, channeling my experience with Jack Reacher novels, I approached and then knocked on the door. Inside was already bedlam with two pooches barking and soon my sister opened, shocked to see me.

    The shock was nothing compared to the screaming after I pointed out her number one son imagining himself invisible as he tried to infiltrate his arse into the house after a night of love.

    Happy days.

    Made me late to the office.

    (I had no idea who it was until I knocked the door)

    Correction:

    From about 20 yards away I knew who the “perp” was. But he was, and remains an arsehole.

  31. @Rich
    "It's okay to be White" is a neo-Nazi thing? Really? That's all these "neo-Nazis" stand for? Guess they aren't really that bad after all. I, for one, appreciate the academy informing me that these guys aren't really that bad. "It's okay to be White " doesn't sound that bad. I'm going to have to read a bit more about this sensible sounding group of clean cut young men and women. Thanks Northwestern.

    Nowadays, you must courageously go BEYOND HITLER to have an effect:

    ‘Bats**t, Foolish’: Tory MPs blast Pro-EU Labour colleague who compared Brexiteer group to Nazis

    Conservative lawmakers including Jacob Rees-Mogg have hit back at pro-EU politician David Lammy [EU-SubSahara; Ed] for likening the Tories’ European Research Group to Nazis.

    During an interview on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show on Sunday, second EU referendum advocate Lammy was asked about controversial comments he made during a rally last month.

    At the People’s Vote demonstration, the Labour MP for Tottenham compared the likes of Brexiteer MPs Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson to Nazis and South African racists, an analogy he even claimed was “not strong enough.”

    Clearly, the potential energy of the racialist/trollaton quantum field is steadily increasing.

    Though that’s hard to believe.

  32. @El Dato
    I wonder in how many cases people more accustomed to Twitter, Zuckerbouque, Gaming, TV and other made-up, unreal and self-exploitative stuff mistake a bowline (which doesn't close) for a "noose" and go off the rails in a debilitating mental spasm.

    Let's work as if we were in the presence of an UFO sighting (PRONOOs = Possible Ropey Noose Objects). First, are there PRONOO photos?

    How long before shoelaces are racist? Would Velcro then become triggering because it is too nappy headed? Sandals would then be oppressive because of Roman imperialism. Where does it end?

  33. Apparently a 500-strong all black wilding riot happened in Chicago’s nicest shopping area, and the media has been silent on its racial nature (whites seemed targeted for purse snatchings, etc). Article was at the Americanthinker.com site with a link to some footage.

  34. @ic1000
    Re: our pilot for Angels reporting back via speakerphone to a mysterious offscreen billionaire: does he have a Hungarian accent?

    “This could be a popular TV drama: Jussie Smollett, Nathan Phillips, Morris Dees, Tina Tcheng, Kim Foxx, and the Nigerian Bodybuilder Bros team up to solve hate crimes every Thursday night at 9pm. They could report back via speakerphone to a mysterious billionaire offscreen.”

    What do we call it? Georgie’s Engels.

  35. @Harry Baldwin
    The sticker read, “It’s Okay to Be White,” a slogan adopted by neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups.

    I just imagine Hitler at the Nuremberg rally screaming "It's okay to be white!" over and over again in German. Something like, "Es ist okay, weiß zu sein!"according to Google translate.

    WEISSWURST! Ich hab ein, du hast ein, ist alles gut! ORIGINAL GEHÄUSE!

  36. @Reg Cæsar
    Evanston was the home of the WCTU, the shock troops of Prohibition.

    No regional barbs, please. If you can pronounce the letter R, your state ratified it.

    No regional barbs, please.

    Not even coastal Maine ones?

    [MORE]

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Not even coastal Maine ones?
     
    Well, at least Rhode Islanders can pronounce L. They have trouble with both letters in Wockpo't and Wockwand.

    Incidentally, Cabot Cove has 32 times the murder rate of the US as a whole, and 60% higher than in Honduras.


    https://metvcdn.metv.com/CrT18-1474992781-564-lists-header.jpg
  37. The sticker read, “It’s Okay to Be White,” a slogan adopted by neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups.

    For months on this blog people have been pointing out how the SJWs conflate White supremacist with White separatist/nationalist. Recall last month when Facebook decided to ban White nationalism and White separatism too. They finally realized that the people supporting stuff like “It’s Okay to be White” and limited immigration ARE NOT supremacists.

    Apparently the people at Northwestern have not been informed of this yet.

  38. @Anon7
    “It’s Okay to be White” - bad. How about

    “It’s Acceptable to be White” - No? Perhaps

    “It’s Not Unacceptable to be White”

    Not sure if it’s getting better. Maybe “White” is the problem. How about paint color alternatives?

    “We’re Okay With Eggshell”

    Paint experts offer three broad alternatives:

    Cool Whites.
    (If you have a room with cool hues, like blue, it's best to select a white that also has cool undertones.)

    Warm Whites.
    (Warm undertones tend to have a base of yellow or red and provide a warm and welcoming feel to any room.)

    Pure Whites.
    Omigod.

    “It’s Not Unacceptable to be White”

    I like that one. Double negatives is like a Prozac pill for dumb people.

    It mixes them up, and makes them sleepy.

  39. @Anon7
    Definitely not okay to be white. The Northwestern University Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion consists of a black guy, a Hispanic guy, a Hispanic woman, a Native American woman and a black woman.

    https://www.northwestern.edu/diversity/about/Staff/

    Whites not included.

    They date diversity at NU from 1968, when students peacefully occupied the Bursar’s Office to protest the black student experience. Today, they have an Archivist of the Black Experience for Northwestern Libraries, so these precious memories will never be lost:

    https://youtu.be/MElGVYJ1F9A

    In Miles Davis’ autobiography, he complains that his father was one of only three black students in his class at Northwestern U. Dental School about 100 years ago.

  40. If Jussie needs money to pay his lawyers, what do you suppose he could raise if he auctioned off his noose?

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    Apparently it was tied like a necktie, with a Windsor knot. That would definitely lower the sales value.

    Maybe he could auction off "An Evening With Jussie," in which you'd rehearse his hate crime with him.
  41. @bored identity



    They could report back via speakerphone to a mysterious billionaire offscreen.

     

    That's some tough casting:


    https://lokal-a.mmcd.hu/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/alex-soros-instagram-e1498487277673.jpg

    https://laemrich.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/charliesanglsthrottl_061pyxurz.jpg

    Soros has those weird, wrinkly bags under his eyes. They’re very distinctive.

  42. @International Jew
    If Jussie needs money to pay his lawyers, what do you suppose he could raise if he auctioned off his noose?

    Apparently it was tied like a necktie, with a Windsor knot. That would definitely lower the sales value.

    Maybe he could auction off “An Evening With Jussie,” in which you’d rehearse his hate crime with him.

  43. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    No regional barbs, please.
     
    Not even coastal Maine ones?

    http://mediad.publicbroadcasting.net/p/mpbn/files/styles/x_large/public/201804/AP_815972000182.jpg

    Not even coastal Maine ones?

    Well, at least Rhode Islanders can pronounce L. They have trouble with both letters in Wockpo’t and Wockwand.

    Incidentally, Cabot Cove has 32 times the murder rate of the US as a whole, and 60% higher than in Honduras.

    • Replies: @J1234
    That's why I liked Adam 12 and Dragnet (of the 1960's), the only two cop shows I can think of that frequently dealt with crimes other than murder. They were more realistic in that sense - murders are typically a small percentage of the cases that police departments try to solve. And it was fun to see con men and teenage vandals lectured every week by Joe Friday.
    , @Hibernian
    In Cabot Cove the only outsiders of whom notice is taken are the Lowells and God.
  44. @Mr McKenna

    It’s not okay to be white at Northwestern.
     
    No real reason to single out Northwestern. It's par for the course at nearly every college, and many other places as well. Nothing more 'repugnant' can be imagined than the notion that it's okay to be white. Because it's not okay, not at all, not by a long shot.

    Which is why the 'cultural elite' and policymakers of this once-great nation have engaged in a decades-long campaign to replace the white people here, and the project is virtually complete. Still, they keep the pedal to the metal just in case.

    Still, they keep the pedal to the metal just in case.

    The keep the pedal to the metal because the real work hasn’t started yet. Red Terror in the Heartland

  45. @Reg Cæsar

    Not even coastal Maine ones?
     
    Well, at least Rhode Islanders can pronounce L. They have trouble with both letters in Wockpo't and Wockwand.

    Incidentally, Cabot Cove has 32 times the murder rate of the US as a whole, and 60% higher than in Honduras.


    https://metvcdn.metv.com/CrT18-1474992781-564-lists-header.jpg

    That’s why I liked Adam 12 and Dragnet (of the 1960’s), the only two cop shows I can think of that frequently dealt with crimes other than murder. They were more realistic in that sense – murders are typically a small percentage of the cases that police departments try to solve. And it was fun to see con men and teenage vandals lectured every week by Joe Friday.

    • Replies: @Paleo Liberal
    I remember many years ago meeting a retired LAPD cop who was proud that one of his cases was adapted for Dragnet. The cop was black but I think Friday and Gannon stayed white for the episode and avoided any black face.

    This guy also told me stories about the rampant corruption and violence in the LAPD in those days. The notorious “back room” did exist and was regularly used.
    , @Reg Cæsar
    Those shows were technically "police procedurals" rather than crime dramas, mysteries, or thrillers. The mostly boring, but still fascinating, minutiae of everyday police work is a feature, not a bug.

    It's a whole literary genre in itself. I think Ed McBain was the king, and Chester Gould before him.

    Dutch Zen cop Janwillem van de Wetering moved to Maine and wrote a bunch of procedurals set in Amsterdam. One of his protagonists had a Frisian surname. Anyone know if the guy fit stereotypes?

    What are Frisian stereotypes, anyway?


    The first Apple Watch:


    http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/d/dicktracy.jpg

  46. Silver Dollar Sized Hate In NJ

    “Swastika found in Summit schools for 6th time since November.”

    “In the latest incident, someone scribbled the anti-Semitic hate symbol the size of a silver dollar on a stall in a girls bathroom at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School earlier this month, a city spokesman said.”

    “Workers removed the swastika and the district will continue to educate and inform students about the negative consequences of hate speech, Superintendent June Chang said in a statement.”

    And in NJ noose sightings:

    “A person taking a stroll in Bayonne’s Dennis P. Collins Park Friday (4/17) morning made the disturbing discovery — a noose hanging from a tree, police said.”

    “The rope fashioned into a noose was taken down by police and placed into evidence, Scerbo said.”

    “A reference to lynching is the only thing it can mean,” said Clarence E. Hilliard, president the Bayonne Branch of the NAACP. “We are certainly going to look into it from our end and get to the bottom of it,” Hilliard said. “Hopefully we can have a sit-down (meeting) with the police chief. Bayonne is a very small town and it’s happening everywhere.”

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    "We are certainly going to look into it from our end and get to the bottom of it”
     
    Unwise when talking about a noose when you are black.

    I hope she gets censured for this self-inflammatory language.

    “Hopefully we can have a sit-down (meeting) with the police chief.
     
    Seriously.

    Sit-down: A term coined among the black community to tell some one to calm the fuck down. It's usually used when some one is "actin a fool", "trippin", or they "don lost they mind". Generally used among the older generation, It's a term the younger generation can not help but use as they mature into adulthood.
     
    Ok, police?

    “A reference to lynching is the only thing it can mean,” said Clarence E. Hilliard, president the Bayonne Branch of the NAACP. "It’s not an apple, it’s a noose. A noose. That’s not a good sign.”
     
    Yeah, it's like being in one of those very disturbing Juni Ito mangas:

    https://junjiitomanga.fandom.com/wiki/The_Hanging_Balloons
    , @Laugh Track

    “Swastika found in Summit schools for 6th time since November.”

    “In the latest incident, someone scribbled the anti-Semitic hate symbol the size of a silver dollar on a stall in a girls bathroom at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School earlier this month, a city spokesman said.”
     
    I can't imagine some 13-year old wiseass scribbling swastikas in a toilet stall in order to rile up the grownups! Who ever heard of such a thing? Call in the National Guard.
  47. Anonymous[288] • Disclaimer says:
    @CCZ
    Silver Dollar Sized Hate In NJ

    "Swastika found in Summit schools for 6th time since November."

    "In the latest incident, someone scribbled the anti-Semitic hate symbol the size of a silver dollar on a stall in a girls bathroom at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School earlier this month, a city spokesman said."

    "Workers removed the swastika and the district will continue to educate and inform students about the negative consequences of hate speech, Superintendent June Chang said in a statement."

    And in NJ noose sightings:

    "A person taking a stroll in Bayonne’s Dennis P. Collins Park Friday (4/17) morning made the disturbing discovery — a noose hanging from a tree, police said."

    "The rope fashioned into a noose was taken down by police and placed into evidence, Scerbo said."

    “A reference to lynching is the only thing it can mean,” said Clarence E. Hilliard, president the Bayonne Branch of the NAACP. “We are certainly going to look into it from our end and get to the bottom of it,” Hilliard said. “Hopefully we can have a sit-down (meeting) with the police chief. Bayonne is a very small town and it’s happening everywhere.”

    “We are certainly going to look into it from our end and get to the bottom of it”

    Unwise when talking about a noose when you are black.

    I hope she gets censured for this self-inflammatory language.

    “Hopefully we can have a sit-down (meeting) with the police chief.

    Seriously.

    Sit-down: A term coined among the black community to tell some one to calm the fuck down. It’s usually used when some one is “actin a fool”, “trippin”, or they “don lost they mind”. Generally used among the older generation, It’s a term the younger generation can not help but use as they mature into adulthood.

    Ok, police?

    “A reference to lynching is the only thing it can mean,” said Clarence E. Hilliard, president the Bayonne Branch of the NAACP. “It’s not an apple, it’s a noose. A noose. That’s not a good sign.”

    Yeah, it’s like being in one of those very disturbing Juni Ito mangas:

    https://junjiitomanga.fandom.com/wiki/The_Hanging_Balloons

  48. @J1234
    That's why I liked Adam 12 and Dragnet (of the 1960's), the only two cop shows I can think of that frequently dealt with crimes other than murder. They were more realistic in that sense - murders are typically a small percentage of the cases that police departments try to solve. And it was fun to see con men and teenage vandals lectured every week by Joe Friday.

    I remember many years ago meeting a retired LAPD cop who was proud that one of his cases was adapted for Dragnet. The cop was black but I think Friday and Gannon stayed white for the episode and avoided any black face.

    This guy also told me stories about the rampant corruption and violence in the LAPD in those days. The notorious “back room” did exist and was regularly used.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    NYPD was notorious for back room beatings of characters at one time. That's how the Hug Thug would have been handled decades ago. It worked somewhat well, though it backfired on occasion such as when Henry Hill was beaten for telling them his name was Henry Hill. He was truthful in that.

    Did you ever see the movie, "Six Ways to Sunday?" Chef, I mean Isaac Hayes plays a cop that beats the hell out of Norman Reedus in a similar scene. It's a really surreal movie and very, very.....well, Steve needs to watch it and tell us what he thinks.

  49. Surely there must be a printer in the USA that can print inflammatory stickers (“Vdare.com,” etc.) and sell them to activists who can distribute them in public to stoke the fires underneath the SJWs.

    Hell, print lassos on them with: “Lasso your Liberties!” along with whatever floats your boat.

    The SJWs will supply the appropriate public upheaval.

  50. Joe Friday: “Marijuana is the match, heroin is the fuse, LSD is the bomb.”

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Joe Friday: “Marijuana is the match, heroin is the fuse, LSD is the bomb.”
     
    Joe Friday is right. LSD is the bomb, provided you don't take too much of it. Or so I've heard.
  51. @J1234
    That's why I liked Adam 12 and Dragnet (of the 1960's), the only two cop shows I can think of that frequently dealt with crimes other than murder. They were more realistic in that sense - murders are typically a small percentage of the cases that police departments try to solve. And it was fun to see con men and teenage vandals lectured every week by Joe Friday.

    Those shows were technically “police procedurals” rather than crime dramas, mysteries, or thrillers. The mostly boring, but still fascinating, minutiae of everyday police work is a feature, not a bug.

    It’s a whole literary genre in itself. I think Ed McBain was the king, and Chester Gould before him.

    Dutch Zen cop Janwillem van de Wetering moved to Maine and wrote a bunch of procedurals set in Amsterdam. One of his protagonists had a Frisian surname. Anyone know if the guy fit stereotypes?

    What are Frisian stereotypes, anyway?

    The first Apple Watch:

    • Replies: @J1234
    Interesting. "Procedural" is a literary phrase I'm not familiar with, but I'm not a fiction reader. It does describe Dragnet pretty well. Thanks for the insight. Docudrama would also fit (the names were changed to protect the innocent.)

    I think that may be why Joe Friday would give five minute sermons to small time hoods at the end of every other episode - it kept the show from being too boring. Sort of. I still loved that quality about the show: being primarily about solving crime rather than conflict between police officers. I also loved the shaming of the offender with the mug shot at the end. (Back when getting a mug shot was shameful.)
    , @Hibernian
    I think Hunter was a hybrid of police procedural and whodunit, focusing on major crimes, usually murder, with the routine of petty theft etc. as backgound. A fair number of other shows are like that, including, among Westerns, Gunsmoke and many episodes of The Virginian.
  52. @CCZ
    Silver Dollar Sized Hate In NJ

    "Swastika found in Summit schools for 6th time since November."

    "In the latest incident, someone scribbled the anti-Semitic hate symbol the size of a silver dollar on a stall in a girls bathroom at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School earlier this month, a city spokesman said."

    "Workers removed the swastika and the district will continue to educate and inform students about the negative consequences of hate speech, Superintendent June Chang said in a statement."

    And in NJ noose sightings:

    "A person taking a stroll in Bayonne’s Dennis P. Collins Park Friday (4/17) morning made the disturbing discovery — a noose hanging from a tree, police said."

    "The rope fashioned into a noose was taken down by police and placed into evidence, Scerbo said."

    “A reference to lynching is the only thing it can mean,” said Clarence E. Hilliard, president the Bayonne Branch of the NAACP. “We are certainly going to look into it from our end and get to the bottom of it,” Hilliard said. “Hopefully we can have a sit-down (meeting) with the police chief. Bayonne is a very small town and it’s happening everywhere.”

    “Swastika found in Summit schools for 6th time since November.”

    “In the latest incident, someone scribbled the anti-Semitic hate symbol the size of a silver dollar on a stall in a girls bathroom at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School earlier this month, a city spokesman said.”

    I can’t imagine some 13-year old wiseass scribbling swastikas in a toilet stall in order to rile up the grownups! Who ever heard of such a thing? Call in the National Guard.

  53. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    A noose for a "class project?" Seems more likely the student was black, left it there to see what would happen, and they're letting her off the hook for the hoax.

    A sticker saying 'it's okay to be white' is a hate crime, but without a doubt a black student could wear a shirt saying 'Black Power' to the cafeteria without any problems.

    So what, the kids gather at some Clintonista admin's office and weep and wail about their triggered safe spaces, and hope they get filmed by CNN? They saw, or more probably heard about a sticker and a piece of rope that was tied into a loop, and they have been victimized.

    While I was at college you could just be depressed or filled with ennui, maybe the girls might think you're a deep thinker. Girls had eating disorders or suddenly cut their hair really short. You didn't have to connect your dumb adolescent sulking with some grand systematic depression. What a drag.

    While I was at college you could just be depressed or filled with ennui, maybe the girls might think you’re a deep thinker. Girls had eating disorders or suddenly cut their hair really short. You didn’t have to connect your dumb adolescent sulking with some grand systematic depression. What a drag.

    Drugs were popular when I was in college. If these kids are having a hard time, why aren’t they getting high?

  54. @Anon
    Joe Friday: "Marijuana is the match, heroin is the fuse, LSD is the bomb."

    Joe Friday: “Marijuana is the match, heroin is the fuse, LSD is the bomb.”

    Joe Friday is right. LSD is the bomb, provided you don’t take too much of it. Or so I’ve heard.

  55. @Anon7
    “It’s Okay to be White” - bad. How about

    “It’s Acceptable to be White” - No? Perhaps

    “It’s Not Unacceptable to be White”

    Not sure if it’s getting better. Maybe “White” is the problem. How about paint color alternatives?

    “We’re Okay With Eggshell”

    Paint experts offer three broad alternatives:

    Cool Whites.
    (If you have a room with cool hues, like blue, it's best to select a white that also has cool undertones.)

    Warm Whites.
    (Warm undertones tend to have a base of yellow or red and provide a warm and welcoming feel to any room.)

    Pure Whites.
    Omigod.

    “It’s Okay to be White” – bad. How about

    “It’s Acceptable to be White” – No? Perhaps

    “It’s Not Unacceptable to be White”

    Or: not all white people are like that.

    NAWPALT

  56. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paleo Liberal
    I remember many years ago meeting a retired LAPD cop who was proud that one of his cases was adapted for Dragnet. The cop was black but I think Friday and Gannon stayed white for the episode and avoided any black face.

    This guy also told me stories about the rampant corruption and violence in the LAPD in those days. The notorious “back room” did exist and was regularly used.

    NYPD was notorious for back room beatings of characters at one time. That’s how the Hug Thug would have been handled decades ago. It worked somewhat well, though it backfired on occasion such as when Henry Hill was beaten for telling them his name was Henry Hill. He was truthful in that.

    Did you ever see the movie, “Six Ways to Sunday?” Chef, I mean Isaac Hayes plays a cop that beats the hell out of Norman Reedus in a similar scene. It’s a really surreal movie and very, very…..well, Steve needs to watch it and tell us what he thinks.

  57. @Reg Cæsar
    Those shows were technically "police procedurals" rather than crime dramas, mysteries, or thrillers. The mostly boring, but still fascinating, minutiae of everyday police work is a feature, not a bug.

    It's a whole literary genre in itself. I think Ed McBain was the king, and Chester Gould before him.

    Dutch Zen cop Janwillem van de Wetering moved to Maine and wrote a bunch of procedurals set in Amsterdam. One of his protagonists had a Frisian surname. Anyone know if the guy fit stereotypes?

    What are Frisian stereotypes, anyway?


    The first Apple Watch:


    http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/d/dicktracy.jpg

    Interesting. “Procedural” is a literary phrase I’m not familiar with, but I’m not a fiction reader. It does describe Dragnet pretty well. Thanks for the insight. Docudrama would also fit (the names were changed to protect the innocent.)

    I think that may be why Joe Friday would give five minute sermons to small time hoods at the end of every other episode – it kept the show from being too boring. Sort of. I still loved that quality about the show: being primarily about solving crime rather than conflict between police officers. I also loved the shaming of the offender with the mug shot at the end. (Back when getting a mug shot was shameful.)

  58. @The preferred nomenclature is...
    Just spent the day at Crystal Bridges, the Walmart funded museum in Bentonville, AR.

    My Lord what an anti-White, especially White Male, hatefest. Disgusting. White people are evil. America as a White country is a falsehood. Indians were peace loving tree hugging sweetie pies. Blacks, slavery, magic people. Mexicans good.... Asians good...Women oppressed, except for White women when they were being forced by their Men to harm non-Whites.

    Everything was in English and Spanish, in the same size type.

    https://crystalbridges.org/

    Kind of ironic that it’s in the Ozarks.

  59. @Reg Cæsar

    Not even coastal Maine ones?
     
    Well, at least Rhode Islanders can pronounce L. They have trouble with both letters in Wockpo't and Wockwand.

    Incidentally, Cabot Cove has 32 times the murder rate of the US as a whole, and 60% higher than in Honduras.


    https://metvcdn.metv.com/CrT18-1474992781-564-lists-header.jpg

    In Cabot Cove the only outsiders of whom notice is taken are the Lowells and God.

  60. @Reg Cæsar
    Those shows were technically "police procedurals" rather than crime dramas, mysteries, or thrillers. The mostly boring, but still fascinating, minutiae of everyday police work is a feature, not a bug.

    It's a whole literary genre in itself. I think Ed McBain was the king, and Chester Gould before him.

    Dutch Zen cop Janwillem van de Wetering moved to Maine and wrote a bunch of procedurals set in Amsterdam. One of his protagonists had a Frisian surname. Anyone know if the guy fit stereotypes?

    What are Frisian stereotypes, anyway?


    The first Apple Watch:


    http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/d/dicktracy.jpg

    I think Hunter was a hybrid of police procedural and whodunit, focusing on major crimes, usually murder, with the routine of petty theft etc. as backgound. A fair number of other shows are like that, including, among Westerns, Gunsmoke and many episodes of The Virginian.

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