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But from the Daily Mail today:

Black college lacrosse player, 21, is arrested for spraying N-word and swastika graffiti targeting HIMSELF and other minority students in two incidents that terrorized the campus

Fynn Ajani Arthur, 21, was charged with two counts of malicious destruction of property on Thursday night in Baltimore County, Maryland

He allegedly scrawled swastikas, the letters ‘KKK’ and names of specific individuals – including himself- in a Goucher College dorm twice last month

Goucher officials condemned Arthur’s actions and banned him from campus

Minority students say the graffiti incidents are only a symptom of a larger race problem on the campus in Towson

By MEGAN SHEETS FOR DAILYMAIL.COM, 1 December 2018 |

… Both incidents that shook the Towson campus involved backward swastikas and targeted specific individuals, according to the statement.

Dyslexia and swastikas seem to go together.

 
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  1. There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Hockamaw

    Are you joking? This is a future generation of judges and legislators right here.
    No doctors, because, y'know, they'd have to learn math to do that.
    ------
    Harvardians who have trouble with law and basic English search the belongings of their Alabama-born housemate when she's visiting her family. They find legally owned and properly stored firearms, and successfully demand her eviction because of them.
    This is after she explained to the local Mensa delegation that she had been in a physically abusive relationship.
    https://freebeacon.com/issues/landlord-tells-harvard-student-move-legally-owned-guns/
    "We discussed with Leyla that all of us are uncomfortable with having firearms in the house, and that their presence causes anxiety and deprives us of the quiet enjoyment of the premise to which we are entitled," the roommate wrote to [the landlord].

    Replies: @Autochthon, @Mr. Anon

    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Hockamaw


    There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.
     
    https://media.giphy.com/media/CI9RM9eNDMvYI/giphy.gif

    Replies: @Lurker

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Hockamaw

    Send them to a Chinese labor camp.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHhy2Gk_xik

    Replies: @reiner Tor, @Twinkie

    , @Anon
    @Hockamaw

    These have to be treated as anti-white defamation. These are not just hoaxes or pranks. These are specifically designed to spread hatred, fear, and paranoia about white people.

    IF I vandalized a Catholic Church with the Star of David and wrote 'Catholics are scum' and 'Catholics must die' with the express purpose to defame Jews as hateful 'Christophobes', which group did I really offend? The Catholic Church or the Jewish community. Obviously the latter. If anything, my action would have fostered sympathy for the Catholic Church as a victim of hateful vandalism while casting aspersions on Jews as hostile vandals. Then, what I did would not be just some hoax but a crime of defamation against the Jewish community. It'd be the equivalent of me poisoning Christian water wells and then making it seem like Jews done it. My main animus would have been against Jews, not Christians. If anything, my act would be pro-Christian in the sense of casting Christians as victims.

    When will whites have the guts to stand up to these 'hoaxes' as anti-white defamation. People who do this should be charged with inciting hatred and hostility toward whites. And because no one knows who did it, the entire white community comes under suspicion. This is the result of black personality pathology and the GLOB media that raised kids with the White Scare.

    But then, look at US foreign policy where Saudis are always let off the hook no matter what they do while Iran is blamed for everything. And same with Russia too. Both at home and abroad, the GLOB encourages certain kinds of hatred and paranoia. White Scare in the US, Russia-Iran scare in the world.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

  2. The man is not guilty of a hate crime– he’s guilty of two counts of hate crime. The surface one, and the hidden one.

    Throw the book at him, twice. Concurrently.

    • Agree: reiner Tor
  3. @Hockamaw
    There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Buzz Mohawk, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anon

    Are you joking? This is a future generation of judges and legislators right here.
    No doctors, because, y’know, they’d have to learn math to do that.
    ——
    Harvardians who have trouble with law and basic English search the belongings of their Alabama-born housemate when she’s visiting her family. They find legally owned and properly stored firearms, and successfully demand her eviction because of them.
    This is after she explained to the local Mensa delegation that she had been in a physically abusive relationship.
    https://freebeacon.com/issues/landlord-tells-harvard-student-move-legally-owned-guns/
    “We discussed with Leyla that all of us are uncomfortable with having firearms in the house, and that their presence causes anxiety and deprives us of the quiet enjoyment of the premise to which we are entitled,” the roommate wrote to [the landlord].

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    @J.Ross

    If she signed a lease, she could make decent money from a civil suit; her personalty in this instance by no means affects anyone's quiet enjoyment of the premises as that term of art is properly construed.

    , @Mr. Anon
    @J.Ross

    Ideally, she would file a criminal complaint against her neighbors for breaking and entering, and sue her landlord for discrimination. Of course, she probably doesn't have either the time or money for either. She might also demand that her landlord tell the other tenants that they have to yield up any knives, bats, blunt instruments of any kind - anything that could be used as a weapon - as they make HER feel uncomfortable.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  4. Anonymous[729] • Disclaimer says:

    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-goucher-hate-incident-20181129-story.html

    … Still, some black students on campus Friday continued to harbor concerns following the news of Arthur’s arrest.

    Senior Cydnii Jones said the graffiti incidents were symptoms of a larger issue of racism on campus.

    Some black students have started a buddy system for walking in pairs around campus at night. Members of Goucher’s black student union group Umoja have designated a common area on campus for students to gather, debrief and vent.

    The area was filled with students Friday afternoon. Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    “We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,” Jones said. “It’s just really disappointing and draining.”

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    “My concern is [officials] will be like ‘we got him, we’ve solved all your problems,’” Jones said. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”

    • Replies: @anon
    @Anonymous


    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.
     
    Always recycle.

    Given the problems, Baltimore is close to a lot of HBCs.

    Goucher should give up and pay these disgruntled students to go away.

    If the perp were white --- racism.

    If black - a symptom of deep racism that forces students to act out.

    , @Hunsdon
    @Anonymous

    Aren't icebergs kind of . . . white?

    , @Mr McKenna
    @Anonymous


    “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
     
    Truer than Cydnii Jones knows, or would be willing to admit.

    These brilliant students can't understand how or why official efforts to eradicate racism can't stop these endless 'hate hoaxes' now. What is to be done, seriously?

    Their argument now reduces to: Make us stop doing this thing we're complaining about. We dare you.

    , @bomag
    @Anonymous


    The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus...
     
    The universal solution to all current problems.

    Not letting a crisis go to waste; especially a self-licking crisis.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @Mr McKenna

    , @Danindc
    @Anonymous

    They don’t even bother to write out new idiotic demands?? This is a new low in con-job shakedowns.

    , @lavoisier
    @Anonymous


    The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.
     
    Wouldn't security cameras on campus unfairly and disproportionately reveal black individuals behaving badly??

    But like robots, the cameras would be deemed racist.

    , @NOTA
    @Anonymous

    Moral panics all have a lot in common. Whether it's moms panicking about satanic sex abuse rings, or midwesterners panicking about the threat of Sharia law, or black college students panicking about racial hatred, the dynamics are all the same. Evidence that the threat is imaginary or silly only serves to make the moral panic stronger.

  5. ‘There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.’

    I imagine that generally those caught spray-painting walls are cited and have to appear before a judge. Something like that.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    @Colin Wright

    "You're such a pollyanna -- I bet you kiss prostitutes."
    - Director Avery Bullock

    Replies: @Colin Wright

  6. Ngrams:

    dyslectic

    dyslexic

    anorectic

    anorexic

    When these conditions were first identified, serious researchers gave them the serious names. Then, near the end of the century, they became fads, and the tabloid names dominate.

  7. Steve,

    Judging by the DM’s photos, the alleged perpetrator is about the whitest looking black man that I’ve ever seen!

    • Replies: @Logan
    @Dan Hayes

    Also, he's from Maine, where everybody knows there are no black people.

    , @rufus
    @Dan Hayes

    And the DNA test says.... You are a negro !



    - Maury

    , @rufus
    @Dan Hayes

    Dont go there....

    -Jeffery Sean King

    , @Desiderius
    @Dan Hayes

    That’s who is in to all this LARPing. Only way they can feel black enough to Dream of their Fathers.

  8. Apparently the Buddha was a dyslexic, Nazi white supremacist.

    Like bisexual flight attendants, swastikas go both ways around the world.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Notice the White Supremacist "OK" gesture.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mudra#Vitarka_Mudr%C4%81

    , @ThreeCranes
    @Buzz Mohawk

    If the legs of the swastika are imagined as arms of a galaxy then the one on the Buddha above rotates clockwise.

    If you stand facing south, towards the sun in the northern hemisphere, the sun moves from your left to right, i.e. clockwise. So if you're standing literally at the North Pole, the sun moves in an apparent clockwise direction (and this because the earth rotates in a counter clockwise direction). This clockwise direction is the natural conclusion if the premise is that the Earth is stationary and the sun revolves around the Earth.

    So in the northern hemisphere, for the ancients, the proper motion of a swastika, if it is to show the flow of life, is clockwise.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    , @Twinkie
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Apparently the Buddha was a dyslexic, Nazi white supremacist.
     
    Buddha was an Aryan. That, by itself, is a crime righ there.
  9. anon[200] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-goucher-hate-incident-20181129-story.html

    ... Still, some black students on campus Friday continued to harbor concerns following the news of Arthur’s arrest.

    Senior Cydnii Jones said the graffiti incidents were symptoms of a larger issue of racism on campus.

    Some black students have started a buddy system for walking in pairs around campus at night. Members of Goucher’s black student union group Umoja have designated a common area on campus for students to gather, debrief and vent.

    The area was filled with students Friday afternoon. Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    “We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,” Jones said. “It’s just really disappointing and draining.”

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    “My concern is [officials] will be like ‘we got him, we’ve solved all your problems,’” Jones said. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
     

    Replies: @anon, @Hunsdon, @Mr McKenna, @bomag, @Danindc, @lavoisier, @NOTA

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    Always recycle.

    Given the problems, Baltimore is close to a lot of HBCs.

    Goucher should give up and pay these disgruntled students to go away.

    If the perp were white — racism.

    If black – a symptom of deep racism that forces students to act out.

  10. @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    Judging by the DM's photos, the alleged perpetrator is about the whitest looking black man that I've ever seen!

    Replies: @Logan, @rufus, @rufus, @Desiderius

    Also, he’s from Maine, where everybody knows there are no black people.

    • LOL: Dan Hayes
  11. A black lacrosse player? What’s he doing at Goucher? (And when did Goucher start admitting men?)

    On the other hand, if he could read and write, he’d have a free ride at Johns Hopkins.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Gary in Gramercy

    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school. I don't know what happened, because otherwise there's been very little turnover in the American college prestige sweepstakes.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @Mr McKenna

    , @istevefan
    @Gary in Gramercy

    A mixed race kid from Maine who appears to be about 3/4ths white should be a shoo-in for a diversity slot at an elite school. Throw in lacrosse and he has Johns Hopkins written all over him. Hell, by going to Goucher he already shows a willingness to locate to Maryland. He must be as dense as a box of rocks to end up where he did.

    Replies: @jon

    , @Crawfurdmuir
    @Gary in Gramercy


    A black lacrosse player? What’s he doing at Goucher? (And when did Goucher start admitting men?)
     
    Goucher started admitting males in 1986. Note I say "males," not men. Jonah Goldberg (class of 1991) was admitted to Goucher the following year.

    Perhaps that tells us something about this bitter and strident NeverTrumper, who has yet to muster the courage to do as Max Boot and Bill Kristol have done.
  12. Black college lacrosse player, 21, is arrested for spraying N-word and swastika graffiti targeting HIMSELF and other minority students in two incidents that terrorized the campus

    I’m waiting for the day when a hate hoax includes The N-word meaning, literally, the article the followed by the letter N followed by the eponomyous word word.

    Following that will be a series of micro-hate hoaxes where nouns that begin with N, adjectives that describe things noir, and references to lack of impulse control and future time orientation all become actionale hate crimes that result in imprisonment, there being a dearth of actual hate crimes of late. Also, I tread on thin ice using the noun dearth, seeing how it sounds so much like the hated, dreaded and feared D-word, but at least I didn’t go full hate crimethink with the phrase black ice.

    Minority students say the graffiti incidents are only a symptom of a larger race problem on the campus in Towson

    Having damned myself with utterance of dearth and dreaded, the latter of which brings to mind dreadlocks, which is a dog whistle word, I will seal my fate by saying the apparent, larger race problem on the campus is Towson might be the presence of minorites who cause race problems.

    • LOL: Daniel H
    • Replies: @Lurker
    @James Speaks

    Soon the very letter 'N' will find itself beyond the, ah, pale.

    The letter formerly known as N, as Prince might have said.

    Replies: @El Dato, @James Speaks, @Reg Cæsar

    , @Song For the Deaf
    @James Speaks

    Posts like yours are why I’ve taken to saying, “Inwards.”

    As in, “These goddamn inwards are ruining the country.”

  13. Lets spend more on these dusky snowflakes. More black staff. More black students. Safe rooms.

    Actually, that group looks awfully gay.

    Sports, anyone?

  14. Don’t make fun of people with dyslexia.

    You might have dyslexia and not even kwon ti.

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Glaivester


    You might have dyslexia and not even kwon ti.
     
    You might even know Kwon Ti.



    https://www.facebook.com/kwon.ti.3

    Others Named Kwon Ti

    Kwon Bo Ah Pa Ti
    (jade rodriguez)

    Ti Kwon James
    (Teddy)

    Ti Jae Kwon

    Ti Kwon

     

    https://www.facebook.com/kwon.ti.3
    , @Alfa158
    @Glaivester

    That’s true, I’m still not sure if I have lysdexia or not. I’m also unsure if there really is a dog, so I guess that makes me an agnostic as well.

    , @Jim Don Bob
    @Glaivester

    Did you hear about the dyslexic agnostic who had insomnia?

    He lay awake at night pondering the existence of Dog.

    , @Kratoklastes
    @Glaivester

    Plus, it will undermine their faith in Dog, and they are then in the clutches of Santa.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  15. A black lacrosse player? What’s he doing at Goucher? (And when did Goucher start admitting men?)

    I always get Goucher and Gallaudet mixed up, as they start with the same letter and are a short drive apart. (Except at rush hour.) But students at Gallaudet can’t hear, and students at Goucher won’t.

    Also, Gallaudet fields teams in many sports, but lacrosse isn’t one of them. Does lacrosse require good hearing?

    On the other hand, if he could read and write, he’d have a free ride at Johns Hopkins.

    Does sign language count?

    However, be advised that Johns Hopkins stopped doing “sex-changes” decades ago.

  16. How far over do you think ol’ Finn Ajani would position his person of color slider on the Intersectional Pokemon Points Calculator?

  17. @Glaivester
    Don't make fun of people with dyslexia.

    You might have dyslexia and not even kwon ti.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Alfa158, @Jim Don Bob, @Kratoklastes

    You might have dyslexia and not even kwon ti.

    You might even know Kwon Ti.

    https://www.facebook.com/kwon.ti.3

    Others Named Kwon Ti

    Kwon Bo Ah Pa Ti
    (jade rodriguez)

    Ti Kwon James
    (Teddy)

    Ti Jae Kwon

    Ti Kwon

    https://www.facebook.com/kwon.ti.3

  18. @Gary in Gramercy
    A black lacrosse player? What's he doing at Goucher? (And when did Goucher start admitting men?)

    On the other hand, if he could read and write, he'd have a free ride at Johns Hopkins.

    Replies: @International Jew, @istevefan, @Crawfurdmuir

    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school. I don’t know what happened, because otherwise there’s been very little turnover in the American college prestige sweepstakes.

    • Replies: @anon
    @International Jew

    It was a prominent women liberal arts college. Went coed in 80's.

    , @Anonymous
    @International Jew


    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school. I don’t know what happened, because otherwise there’s been very little turnover in the American college prestige sweepstakes.
     
    Small private colleges are an endangered species. They’ve been able to stay afloat by creating part-time graduate professional programs for working adults (MBAs, cyber security, healthcare programs, etc.), but that’s starting to dry up with the changing job market, changing demographics, and prohibitive cost of education along with the marginal benefit in getting more degrees/education.

    I went to college for free 30 years ago at a well-known East Coast university. Recently I was considering taking an online statistics course for fun at a local public community college. Tuition per credit hour seemed reasonable but when I calculated tuition and fees the cost came to close to $1000! Smh.

    Replies: @Autochthon

    , @Mr McKenna
    @International Jew


    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school.
     
    Top ten what??

    Goucher was never in the front rank of American higher education, or even close.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @Reg Cæsar

  19. • Replies: @Cortes
    @MEH 0910

    Hyperbaton is that, quoth Yoda.

    See also:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luis_de_Góngora

  20. The Narrative said that it was a racist incident and by God it will remain a racist incident. Black people can’t be racist unless they target themselves. Then it’s double-secret jump down, turn around racism. So there! Oh and in the larger picture, it’s all whitey’s fault, anyway.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @San Fernando Curt


    The Narrative said that it was a racist incident and by God it will remain a racist incident.
     
    Has the US media dared to touch this story? National, not local. Quick G look shows only stories in local media, which would be par for the course. If only he hadn't been exposed so quickly. But wait! Even these stories are promoting his photo and saying "Fynn Ajani Arthur is a Goucher College student from Maine and is now being charged with two counts of Malicious Destruction of Property."

    So it is white racism after all. Checkmate!

  21. @Glaivester
    Don't make fun of people with dyslexia.

    You might have dyslexia and not even kwon ti.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Alfa158, @Jim Don Bob, @Kratoklastes

    That’s true, I’m still not sure if I have lysdexia or not. I’m also unsure if there really is a dog, so I guess that makes me an agnostic as well.

    • LOL: James Speaks
  22. @International Jew
    @Gary in Gramercy

    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school. I don't know what happened, because otherwise there's been very little turnover in the American college prestige sweepstakes.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @Mr McKenna

    It was a prominent women liberal arts college. Went coed in 80’s.

  23. @Hockamaw
    There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Buzz Mohawk, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anon

    There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Lol! The curse of Isaac Newton reaches from beyond the grave to claim another victim.

  24. For what it’s worth, blond-on-blond crime:

    Woman’s family feared boyfriend’s ex-wife before slaying

    Though it’s hard to tell if either is natural.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Reg Cæsar

    Tragic.

    Female school teachers with children are one of the rarer cohorts on the murder docket; the law of large numbers does come around.

    Another cautionary tale about getting involved with an ex and kids.

    Replies: @Rosie

  25. @MEH 0910
    https://i.imgur.com/OLaJAD8.gif

    Replies: @Cortes

    Hyperbaton is that, quoth Yoda.

    See also:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luis_de_Góngora

  26. Anonymous [AKA "Don’t Doxx Me Bro"] says:
    @International Jew
    @Gary in Gramercy

    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school. I don't know what happened, because otherwise there's been very little turnover in the American college prestige sweepstakes.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @Mr McKenna

    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school. I don’t know what happened, because otherwise there’s been very little turnover in the American college prestige sweepstakes.

    Small private colleges are an endangered species. They’ve been able to stay afloat by creating part-time graduate professional programs for working adults (MBAs, cyber security, healthcare programs, etc.), but that’s starting to dry up with the changing job market, changing demographics, and prohibitive cost of education along with the marginal benefit in getting more degrees/education.

    I went to college for free 30 years ago at a well-known East Coast university. Recently I was considering taking an online statistics course for fun at a local public community college. Tuition per credit hour seemed reasonable but when I calculated tuition and fees the cost came to close to $1000! Smh.

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    @Anonymous

    I contemplated becoming a veterinary technician to run away screaming from corporate America, and found the same to be true: they expected me to go to school for four years then do a year as a kindness of internship or residency during which I still had to pay tuition! It would have taken longer than law school did, not cost a whole Hell of a lot less, and paid around $10.00 or $15.00 per hour at the end. This was a state's community college, mind you, not a for-profit racket.

    This nonsense is why many young people have no ambition or hope. They are not lazy or stupid, they are merely perspicacious realists.

  27. istevefan says:
    @Gary in Gramercy
    A black lacrosse player? What's he doing at Goucher? (And when did Goucher start admitting men?)

    On the other hand, if he could read and write, he'd have a free ride at Johns Hopkins.

    Replies: @International Jew, @istevefan, @Crawfurdmuir

    A mixed race kid from Maine who appears to be about 3/4ths white should be a shoo-in for a diversity slot at an elite school. Throw in lacrosse and he has Johns Hopkins written all over him. Hell, by going to Goucher he already shows a willingness to locate to Maryland. He must be as dense as a box of rocks to end up where he did.

    • Replies: @jon
    @istevefan


    A mixed race kid from Maine who appears to be about 3/4ths white should be a shoo-in for a diversity slot at an elite school... He must be as dense as a box of rocks to end up where he did.
     
    Well he did just get caught for writing backwards swastikas in an area that probably has plenty of camera surveillance and key card access logs, so there's that.
  28. You all need to keep up on the latest in educational jargon. The correct term would be dysgraphic hate.

    😉

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dysgraphia

  29. @Anonymous
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-goucher-hate-incident-20181129-story.html

    ... Still, some black students on campus Friday continued to harbor concerns following the news of Arthur’s arrest.

    Senior Cydnii Jones said the graffiti incidents were symptoms of a larger issue of racism on campus.

    Some black students have started a buddy system for walking in pairs around campus at night. Members of Goucher’s black student union group Umoja have designated a common area on campus for students to gather, debrief and vent.

    The area was filled with students Friday afternoon. Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    “We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,” Jones said. “It’s just really disappointing and draining.”

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    “My concern is [officials] will be like ‘we got him, we’ve solved all your problems,’” Jones said. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
     

    Replies: @anon, @Hunsdon, @Mr McKenna, @bomag, @Danindc, @lavoisier, @NOTA

    Aren’t icebergs kind of . . . white?

  30. @Anonymous
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-goucher-hate-incident-20181129-story.html

    ... Still, some black students on campus Friday continued to harbor concerns following the news of Arthur’s arrest.

    Senior Cydnii Jones said the graffiti incidents were symptoms of a larger issue of racism on campus.

    Some black students have started a buddy system for walking in pairs around campus at night. Members of Goucher’s black student union group Umoja have designated a common area on campus for students to gather, debrief and vent.

    The area was filled with students Friday afternoon. Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    “We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,” Jones said. “It’s just really disappointing and draining.”

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    “My concern is [officials] will be like ‘we got him, we’ve solved all your problems,’” Jones said. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
     

    Replies: @anon, @Hunsdon, @Mr McKenna, @bomag, @Danindc, @lavoisier, @NOTA

    “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”

    Truer than Cydnii Jones knows, or would be willing to admit.

    These brilliant students can’t understand how or why official efforts to eradicate racism can’t stop these endless ‘hate hoaxes’ now. What is to be done, seriously?

    Their argument now reduces to: Make us stop doing this thing we’re complaining about. We dare you.

  31. @International Jew
    @Gary in Gramercy

    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school. I don't know what happened, because otherwise there's been very little turnover in the American college prestige sweepstakes.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @Mr McKenna

    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school.

    Top ten what??

    Goucher was never in the front rank of American higher education, or even close.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    @Mr McKenna

    If he's old enough to "remember" when Goucher was a really top school, he's old enough to forget that wasn't true. Sorry IJ, and how are the staff treating you at the home?

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Mr McKenna


    Goucher was never in the front rank of American higher education, or even close.
     
    Maybe he was thinking of "gouger", a name that would fit most modern universities, from the bottom to the top.
  32. @San Fernando Curt
    The Narrative said that it was a racist incident and by God it will remain a racist incident. Black people can't be racist unless they target themselves. Then it's double-secret jump down, turn around racism. So there! Oh and in the larger picture, it's all whitey's fault, anyway.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

    The Narrative said that it was a racist incident and by God it will remain a racist incident.

    Has the US media dared to touch this story? National, not local. Quick G look shows only stories in local media, which would be par for the course. If only he hadn’t been exposed so quickly. But wait! Even these stories are promoting his photo and saying “Fynn Ajani Arthur is a Goucher College student from Maine and is now being charged with two counts of Malicious Destruction of Property.”

    So it is white racism after all. Checkmate!

  33. @Colin Wright
    'There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.'

    I imagine that generally those caught spray-painting walls are cited and have to appear before a judge. Something like that.

    Replies: @BenKenobi

    ”You’re such a pollyanna — I bet you kiss prostitutes.”
    – Director Avery Bullock

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @BenKenobi

    '”You’re such a pollyanna — I bet you kiss prostitutes.”
    - Director Avery Bullock'

    I was pretty obscure about it, but my point really is that if vandals spray paint swastikas, so frigging what?

    They could spray paint dicks and balls -- they do. Presumably that offends various other sets of people; mothers with young children, for example. When I had a moving business, I always felt that anyone who tagged my truck should be hung.

    Swastika, dick 'n balls, or gang logo on my property, it's an annoying petty crime. The content does nothing to alter that. By George, the police should get right on it. Is it a news story?

    No.

  34. • Replies: @bomag
    @Hhh

    Hate criminal, new term for "wrecker" by our current crop of racial totalitarians.

  35. You shoot me glances and they’re so hard to read.
    I misconstrue what you mean.
    Slip me a napkin and now that you start.
    Is this your name or a doctor’s eye chart?

    I try and comprehend you but I got a dyslexic heart.
    I ain’t dying to offend you, I got a dyslexic heart.

    Do I read you correctly? Lead me directly.
    Help me with this part.
    Do I hate you? Do I date you?
    Do I got a dyslexic Heart?

    Give Paul Westerberg about 2 minutes here – it’s a catchy tune:

    • Replies: @Song For the Deaf
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Ha thanks for posting that. I used to love that song and completely forgot about it.

  36. @Hockamaw
    There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Buzz Mohawk, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anon

    Send them to a Chinese labor camp.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Based Chinese Guy... from the good old presidential election campaign days...

    , @Twinkie
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Love the “Go back to Beijing” line at the end. Nothing like anti-racists.

  37. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Hockamaw

    Send them to a Chinese labor camp.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHhy2Gk_xik

    Replies: @reiner Tor, @Twinkie

    Based Chinese Guy… from the good old presidential election campaign days…

  38. @James Speaks

    Black college lacrosse player, 21, is arrested for spraying N-word and swastika graffiti targeting HIMSELF and other minority students in two incidents that terrorized the campus
     
    I'm waiting for the day when a hate hoax includes The N-word meaning, literally, the article the followed by the letter N followed by the eponomyous word word.

    Following that will be a series of micro-hate hoaxes where nouns that begin with N, adjectives that describe things noir, and references to lack of impulse control and future time orientation all become actionale hate crimes that result in imprisonment, there being a dearth of actual hate crimes of late. Also, I tread on thin ice using the noun dearth, seeing how it sounds so much like the hated, dreaded and feared D-word, but at least I didn't go full hate crimethink with the phrase black ice.

    Minority students say the graffiti incidents are only a symptom of a larger race problem on the campus in Towson
     
    Having damned myself with utterance of dearth and dreaded, the latter of which brings to mind dreadlocks, which is a dog whistle word, I will seal my fate by saying the apparent, larger race problem on the campus is Towson might be the presence of minorites who cause race problems.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Song For the Deaf

    Soon the very letter ‘N’ will find itself beyond the, ah, pale.

    The letter formerly known as N, as Prince might have said.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Lurker

    For more hate, you could then use N Factorial, or just "N!"

    angry_robotnik.jpg

    , @James Speaks
    @Lurker

    Well, it's not just the letter N that causes problems. It's all the sounds that remind us of N, such as letters that sound like N (M), the preposition in, the prefix en- (itself used in the racist badwords such as enforce and entitlement), and also indices in mathematics, such as members of a group, n, who are entitled.


    A solution might be to use the number 7 as a substitute.

    7force
    7titled
    7oir
    And of course, "Once more 7to the breach," The 7-word.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Lurker


    The letter formerly known as N, as Prince might have said.
     
    You mean Price, don't you?



    https://davidfoxmagic777.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/vincent-1.jpg?w=205&h=300
  39. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Hockamaw


    There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.
     
    https://media.giphy.com/media/CI9RM9eNDMvYI/giphy.gif

    Replies: @Lurker

    Lol! The curse of Isaac Newton reaches from beyond the grave to claim another victim.

  40. Fynn Ajani Arthur is the one eighth degree of mocha man. He is the lightest (in the loafers with his Swastika cry for help?) dude ever to claim to be black. He looks like a Jewish kid I knew eons ago who was teased for his afro hair. We called him Brillo.

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @Clyde

    Hitler!

  41. @Mr McKenna
    @International Jew


    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school.
     
    Top ten what??

    Goucher was never in the front rank of American higher education, or even close.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @Reg Cæsar

    If he’s old enough to “remember” when Goucher was a really top school, he’s old enough to forget that wasn’t true. Sorry IJ, and how are the staff treating you at the home?

  42. We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,’ Cyndii Jones said. ‘It’s just really disappointing and draining.’

    A black created hate hoax and black student Cyndii calls this draining, as in exhausting. As in, she is laying this all off white racists who are preventing her from getting an education. Totally cuckoo if she actually believes this line of bs. Over the top lack of self awareness.

  43. @Anonymous
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-goucher-hate-incident-20181129-story.html

    ... Still, some black students on campus Friday continued to harbor concerns following the news of Arthur’s arrest.

    Senior Cydnii Jones said the graffiti incidents were symptoms of a larger issue of racism on campus.

    Some black students have started a buddy system for walking in pairs around campus at night. Members of Goucher’s black student union group Umoja have designated a common area on campus for students to gather, debrief and vent.

    The area was filled with students Friday afternoon. Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    “We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,” Jones said. “It’s just really disappointing and draining.”

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    “My concern is [officials] will be like ‘we got him, we’ve solved all your problems,’” Jones said. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
     

    Replies: @anon, @Hunsdon, @Mr McKenna, @bomag, @Danindc, @lavoisier, @NOTA

    The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus…

    The universal solution to all current problems.

    Not letting a crisis go to waste; especially a self-licking crisis.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @bomag


    When will whites have the guts to stand up to these ‘hoaxes’ as anti-white defamation.
     
    Can't say exactly, but my guess is that it will be some time after the MSM admits that hoaxes even happen. Which is to say, well after hell has frozen over.
    , @Mr McKenna
    @bomag

    To paraphrase Mr Homer Simpson:

    "Negroes! Cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems!"

  44. @Clyde
    Fynn Ajani Arthur is the one eighth degree of mocha man. He is the lightest (in the loafers with his Swastika cry for help?) dude ever to claim to be black. He looks like a Jewish kid I knew eons ago who was teased for his afro hair. We called him Brillo.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara

    Hitler!

  45. @Buzz Mohawk
    Apparently the Buddha was a dyslexic, Nazi white supremacist.

    https://farm6.static.flickr.com/5535/9499009137_5cd1c296d2_b.jpg

    Like bisexual flight attendants, swastikas go both ways around the world.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @ThreeCranes, @Twinkie

    Notice the White Supremacist “OK” gesture.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mudra#Vitarka_Mudr%C4%81

  46. @Reg Cæsar
    For what it's worth, blond-on-blond crime:

    Woman’s family feared boyfriend’s ex-wife before slaying

    Though it's hard to tell if either is natural.


    https://storage.googleapis.com/afs-prod/media/media:8e9e0fe5e31c41dfb54303d3f2ebaa3b/800.jpeg

    https://storage.googleapis.com/afs-prod/media/media:3f3beb9d8c4d45bca34759fdc6f17356/800.jpeg

    Replies: @bomag

    Tragic.

    Female school teachers with children are one of the rarer cohorts on the murder docket; the law of large numbers does come around.

    Another cautionary tale about getting involved with an ex and kids.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    @bomag


    Tragic.

    Female school teachers with children are one of the rarer cohorts on the murder docket; the law of large numbers does come around.

    Another cautionary tale about getting involved with an ex and kids.
     
    Agree. A person may have a government-issued piece of paper saying they're "divorced," but Mother Nature as well as our Heavenly Father say otherwise.
  47. @James Speaks

    Black college lacrosse player, 21, is arrested for spraying N-word and swastika graffiti targeting HIMSELF and other minority students in two incidents that terrorized the campus
     
    I'm waiting for the day when a hate hoax includes The N-word meaning, literally, the article the followed by the letter N followed by the eponomyous word word.

    Following that will be a series of micro-hate hoaxes where nouns that begin with N, adjectives that describe things noir, and references to lack of impulse control and future time orientation all become actionale hate crimes that result in imprisonment, there being a dearth of actual hate crimes of late. Also, I tread on thin ice using the noun dearth, seeing how it sounds so much like the hated, dreaded and feared D-word, but at least I didn't go full hate crimethink with the phrase black ice.

    Minority students say the graffiti incidents are only a symptom of a larger race problem on the campus in Towson
     
    Having damned myself with utterance of dearth and dreaded, the latter of which brings to mind dreadlocks, which is a dog whistle word, I will seal my fate by saying the apparent, larger race problem on the campus is Towson might be the presence of minorites who cause race problems.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Song For the Deaf

    Posts like yours are why I’ve taken to saying, “Inwards.”

    As in, “These goddamn inwards are ruining the country.”

  48. Is Goucher a community college or voc tech? I haven’t heard of it before now.

  49. “Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.”

    This sounds reasonable to me. I hear Rachel Dolezal is looking for work.

  50. @Lurker
    @James Speaks

    Soon the very letter 'N' will find itself beyond the, ah, pale.

    The letter formerly known as N, as Prince might have said.

    Replies: @El Dato, @James Speaks, @Reg Cæsar

    For more hate, you could then use N Factorial, or just “N!”

    angry_robotnik.jpg

  51. Black students dressed mostly in black. Why is this still a thing, after four decades or more?

  52. @Hhh
    Hahahaa
    https://mobile.twitter.com/KaylaGLENNCoCo/status/1064520398602149891

    Replies: @bomag

    Hate criminal, new term for “wrecker” by our current crop of racial totalitarians.

  53. https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/packers/2018/12/01/brett-favre-packers-tricked-anti-semitic-language-video-cameo/2174972002/

    Apparently asking people to remember the USS Liberty is anti-Semitic. Is asking people to remember Pearl Harbor anti-Japanese?

    “Brett Favre here with a shout-out to the Handsome Truth and the GDL boys,” he said. “You guys are patriots in my eyes. So keep waking them up and don’t let the small get you down. Keep fighting, too, and don’t ever forget the USS Liberty and the men and women who died on that day. God bless and take care.”

    • Replies: @rufus
    @Cloudbuster

    lol. Thats fucking hilarious.

    , @Henry's Cat
    @Cloudbuster

    Do you think Favre even went to the trouble of googling the Liberty before recording the message?

    The bigger mystery is why someone worth tens of millions of dollars feels the need/desire to earn chump change by doing this stuff.

  54. @istevefan
    @Gary in Gramercy

    A mixed race kid from Maine who appears to be about 3/4ths white should be a shoo-in for a diversity slot at an elite school. Throw in lacrosse and he has Johns Hopkins written all over him. Hell, by going to Goucher he already shows a willingness to locate to Maryland. He must be as dense as a box of rocks to end up where he did.

    Replies: @jon

    A mixed race kid from Maine who appears to be about 3/4ths white should be a shoo-in for a diversity slot at an elite school… He must be as dense as a box of rocks to end up where he did.

    Well he did just get caught for writing backwards swastikas in an area that probably has plenty of camera surveillance and key card access logs, so there’s that.

    • LOL: Kratoklastes
  55. @Anonymous
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-goucher-hate-incident-20181129-story.html

    ... Still, some black students on campus Friday continued to harbor concerns following the news of Arthur’s arrest.

    Senior Cydnii Jones said the graffiti incidents were symptoms of a larger issue of racism on campus.

    Some black students have started a buddy system for walking in pairs around campus at night. Members of Goucher’s black student union group Umoja have designated a common area on campus for students to gather, debrief and vent.

    The area was filled with students Friday afternoon. Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    “We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,” Jones said. “It’s just really disappointing and draining.”

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    “My concern is [officials] will be like ‘we got him, we’ve solved all your problems,’” Jones said. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
     

    Replies: @anon, @Hunsdon, @Mr McKenna, @bomag, @Danindc, @lavoisier, @NOTA

    They don’t even bother to write out new idiotic demands?? This is a new low in con-job shakedowns.

  56. @Buzz Mohawk
    Apparently the Buddha was a dyslexic, Nazi white supremacist.

    https://farm6.static.flickr.com/5535/9499009137_5cd1c296d2_b.jpg

    Like bisexual flight attendants, swastikas go both ways around the world.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @ThreeCranes, @Twinkie

    If the legs of the swastika are imagined as arms of a galaxy then the one on the Buddha above rotates clockwise.

    If you stand facing south, towards the sun in the northern hemisphere, the sun moves from your left to right, i.e. clockwise. So if you’re standing literally at the North Pole, the sun moves in an apparent clockwise direction (and this because the earth rotates in a counter clockwise direction). This clockwise direction is the natural conclusion if the premise is that the Earth is stationary and the sun revolves around the Earth.

    So in the northern hemisphere, for the ancients, the proper motion of a swastika, if it is to show the flow of life, is clockwise.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @ThreeCranes

    The clockwise swastika, as you describe it, was the norm in the American West, where people were familiar with it as an American Indian symbol. The design served as a decorative element too, in things like tile floors.

    When he was a boy in Northern California, my father saw one of the great airships Graf or Hindenburg fly over his town near San Francisco. He told me people there laughed because, as they put it, "Hitler got the swastika backwards."

    We could say, therefore, that it was the Nazis who were dyslexic, but who cares? The thing can go either way. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, counterclockwise would be correct for your celestial interpretation. It is a shame that this ancient and graphically dynamic design was tainted to the point that no one dares to use it anymore.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Fred Boynton

  57. @Achmed E. Newman
    You shoot me glances and they're so hard to read.
    I misconstrue what you mean.
    Slip me a napkin and now that you start.
    Is this your name or a doctor's eye chart?


    I try and comprehend you but I got a dyslexic heart.
    I ain't dying to offend you, I got a dyslexic heart.


    Do I read you correctly? Lead me directly.
    Help me with this part.
    Do I hate you? Do I date you?
    Do I got a dyslexic Heart?


    Give Paul Westerberg about 2 minutes here - it's a catchy tune:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVhBEtTSEcE

    Replies: @Song For the Deaf

    Ha thanks for posting that. I used to love that song and completely forgot about it.

  58. It seems to me there is far more upside to schools like this basically ignoring the protestors after they have dealt with the perpetrator. At least half of the motivation of these hoaxes is to give students a chance to play the role of aggrieved civil rights heroes while getting out of class and homework. But that just scares off the semi-competent kids who actually want to get a meaningful college experience and degree.

    Schools like this rely on attracting fairly weak students (a 79% acceptance rate here) and there is a massive pool of them available. Most of these kids don’t really have anywhere to go so they could be ignored without too much attrition and there are plenty to replace the ones that actually do leave…but at least then the school would have a reputation for not putting up with the BS. Mizzou thought that taking the woke approach to student protests was the smart play (and they’d avoid a financial hit for forfeiting a college football game) but the result was a massive decline in enrollment and new applications, so a school that wasn’t already all that well regarded probably got a lot worse in terms of average student quality and financial condition.

    • Agree: ic1000
  59. @Anonymous
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-goucher-hate-incident-20181129-story.html

    ... Still, some black students on campus Friday continued to harbor concerns following the news of Arthur’s arrest.

    Senior Cydnii Jones said the graffiti incidents were symptoms of a larger issue of racism on campus.

    Some black students have started a buddy system for walking in pairs around campus at night. Members of Goucher’s black student union group Umoja have designated a common area on campus for students to gather, debrief and vent.

    The area was filled with students Friday afternoon. Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    “We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,” Jones said. “It’s just really disappointing and draining.”

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    “My concern is [officials] will be like ‘we got him, we’ve solved all your problems,’” Jones said. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
     

    Replies: @anon, @Hunsdon, @Mr McKenna, @bomag, @Danindc, @lavoisier, @NOTA

    The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    Wouldn’t security cameras on campus unfairly and disproportionately reveal black individuals behaving badly??

    But like robots, the cameras would be deemed racist.

  60. In the end, the real story is Sailer is still a racist to blacks.

    • Replies: @Unladen Swallow
    @Tiny Duck.

    As real as this hate crime, td. You must defend this HOAX!!!

  61. The odd thing is Hitler was largely indifferent to # the blax.

    Likely never met more than a few dozen and never seemed particularly animated by them except perhaps a millstone on the United States development and martial abilities…

    Not a fan of the tribe and bolshevism however.

    Megan Sheeeeit possibly unaware of this, but keenly aware who pays her.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @rufus

    He once complained, prior to becoming Chancellor, that Jews were encouraging miscegenation between Germans and blacks.

  62. @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    Judging by the DM's photos, the alleged perpetrator is about the whitest looking black man that I've ever seen!

    Replies: @Logan, @rufus, @rufus, @Desiderius

    And the DNA test says…. You are a negro !

    – Maury

  63. @Cloudbuster
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/packers/2018/12/01/brett-favre-packers-tricked-anti-semitic-language-video-cameo/2174972002/

    Apparently asking people to remember the USS Liberty is anti-Semitic. Is asking people to remember Pearl Harbor anti-Japanese?

    “Brett Favre here with a shout-out to the Handsome Truth and the GDL boys,” he said. “You guys are patriots in my eyes. So keep waking them up and don’t let the small get you down. Keep fighting, too, and don’t ever forget the USS Liberty and the men and women who died on that day. God bless and take care.”

    Replies: @rufus, @Henry's Cat

    lol. Thats fucking hilarious.

  64. Will you take a walk with me in this enchanted garden? You’ll notice that the paths are oriented according to two schemes. Some extend outwards from the center radially and some run in concentric circles around the center. These represent the two ways by which all things are configured and also, by which the mind apprehends the world. But that’s a separate topic.

    By taking a judicious combination of these two paths we arrive at the center to find a pole standing vertically in a circular plain of leveled, polished, paver stones. And upon the stones appear curious hierograph like line drawings. They are the lines that have been constructed by our astronomers by connecting the dots that indicate the tip of the pole’s shadow as the sun progresses across the sky. A dot is placed at each turning of the hourglass. We have recorded every day of the year but for legibility’s sake we are only showing four lines. They represent the shortest day, longest day (solstices) and the days of equal night and day halfway between them (equinoxes).

    We can locate noon of any particular day because that is the moment at which the shadow cast by the pole is the shortest. We can locate the longest day in time because at noon on that day, the shadow cast by the pole is shortest of all points. And at noon on the shortest day the shadow is the longest of all noon shadows.

    We note that the sun takes 365 days to return to its position at either extreme. That is one solar year by our earth-bound reckoning. But the shadows don’t overlay exactly. Close, but not exactly. Every forth year the shadow is back where it belongs. So, the solstice is not actually a day, it’s a moment in time within the day we call the solstice.

    The lines that connect the points of our hourly observations are not linear. They are sinusoidal. Don’t ask me what that means, because we ancients don’t understand that yet. I’m just telling you that because the guy who wrote this comment handed a cue card to me upon which it was written.

    Anyway, now you know how we told time and positioned ourselves in the Cosmos both spatially and temporally. The Sun is our God. He rules the cycle of the Four Seasons which themselves derive naturally from the regular mathematic arrangement of the solstices/equinoxes. There’s nothing arbitrary or conditional about our schematic. It is grounded in an accurate projection of the sun’s motion relative to the Earth.

    And now for a sip of some refreshing nectar of the Gods and sweet forgetfulness.

    • Agree: byrresheim, Mr McKenna
  65. @Cloudbuster
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/packers/2018/12/01/brett-favre-packers-tricked-anti-semitic-language-video-cameo/2174972002/

    Apparently asking people to remember the USS Liberty is anti-Semitic. Is asking people to remember Pearl Harbor anti-Japanese?

    “Brett Favre here with a shout-out to the Handsome Truth and the GDL boys,” he said. “You guys are patriots in my eyes. So keep waking them up and don’t let the small get you down. Keep fighting, too, and don’t ever forget the USS Liberty and the men and women who died on that day. God bless and take care.”

    Replies: @rufus, @Henry's Cat

    Do you think Favre even went to the trouble of googling the Liberty before recording the message?

    The bigger mystery is why someone worth tens of millions of dollars feels the need/desire to earn chump change by doing this stuff.

  66. @BenKenobi
    @Colin Wright

    "You're such a pollyanna -- I bet you kiss prostitutes."
    - Director Avery Bullock

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘”You’re such a pollyanna — I bet you kiss prostitutes.”
    – Director Avery Bullock’

    I was pretty obscure about it, but my point really is that if vandals spray paint swastikas, so frigging what?

    They could spray paint dicks and balls — they do. Presumably that offends various other sets of people; mothers with young children, for example. When I had a moving business, I always felt that anyone who tagged my truck should be hung.

    Swastika, dick ‘n balls, or gang logo on my property, it’s an annoying petty crime. The content does nothing to alter that. By George, the police should get right on it. Is it a news story?

    No.

  67. @Lurker
    @James Speaks

    Soon the very letter 'N' will find itself beyond the, ah, pale.

    The letter formerly known as N, as Prince might have said.

    Replies: @El Dato, @James Speaks, @Reg Cæsar

    Well, it’s not just the letter N that causes problems. It’s all the sounds that remind us of N, such as letters that sound like N (M), the preposition in, the prefix en- (itself used in the racist badwords such as enforce and entitlement), and also indices in mathematics, such as members of a group, n, who are entitled.

    A solution might be to use the number 7 as a substitute.

    7force
    7titled
    7oir
    And of course, “Once more 7to the breach,” The 7-word.

  68. @Buzz Mohawk
    Apparently the Buddha was a dyslexic, Nazi white supremacist.

    https://farm6.static.flickr.com/5535/9499009137_5cd1c296d2_b.jpg

    Like bisexual flight attendants, swastikas go both ways around the world.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @ThreeCranes, @Twinkie

    Apparently the Buddha was a dyslexic, Nazi white supremacist.

    Buddha was an Aryan. That, by itself, is a crime righ there.

  69. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Hockamaw

    Send them to a Chinese labor camp.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHhy2Gk_xik

    Replies: @reiner Tor, @Twinkie

    Love the “Go back to Beijing” line at the end. Nothing like anti-racists.

    • Agree: jim jones
  70. @Anonymous
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-goucher-hate-incident-20181129-story.html

    ... Still, some black students on campus Friday continued to harbor concerns following the news of Arthur’s arrest.

    Senior Cydnii Jones said the graffiti incidents were symptoms of a larger issue of racism on campus.

    Some black students have started a buddy system for walking in pairs around campus at night. Members of Goucher’s black student union group Umoja have designated a common area on campus for students to gather, debrief and vent.

    The area was filled with students Friday afternoon. Nearby, a list of seven demands, signed by students in black marker, sat on a table. The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus, the installation of security cameras in residence halls and the requirement that a class on cultural competency be integrated into the First Year Mentor program.

    “We had to mobilize when we were just trying to get an education,” Jones said. “It’s just really disappointing and draining.”

    The list itself served as evidence that race problems on campus have persisted, Jones said. The demands were recycled from a similar list penned in 2014 by another class.

    “My concern is [officials] will be like ‘we got him, we’ve solved all your problems,’” Jones said. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
     

    Replies: @anon, @Hunsdon, @Mr McKenna, @bomag, @Danindc, @lavoisier, @NOTA

    Moral panics all have a lot in common. Whether it’s moms panicking about satanic sex abuse rings, or midwesterners panicking about the threat of Sharia law, or black college students panicking about racial hatred, the dynamics are all the same. Evidence that the threat is imaginary or silly only serves to make the moral panic stronger.

  71. @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    Judging by the DM's photos, the alleged perpetrator is about the whitest looking black man that I've ever seen!

    Replies: @Logan, @rufus, @rufus, @Desiderius

    Dont go there….

    -Jeffery Sean King

  72. @J.Ross
    @Hockamaw

    Are you joking? This is a future generation of judges and legislators right here.
    No doctors, because, y'know, they'd have to learn math to do that.
    ------
    Harvardians who have trouble with law and basic English search the belongings of their Alabama-born housemate when she's visiting her family. They find legally owned and properly stored firearms, and successfully demand her eviction because of them.
    This is after she explained to the local Mensa delegation that she had been in a physically abusive relationship.
    https://freebeacon.com/issues/landlord-tells-harvard-student-move-legally-owned-guns/
    "We discussed with Leyla that all of us are uncomfortable with having firearms in the house, and that their presence causes anxiety and deprives us of the quiet enjoyment of the premise to which we are entitled," the roommate wrote to [the landlord].

    Replies: @Autochthon, @Mr. Anon

    If she signed a lease, she could make decent money from a civil suit; her personalty in this instance by no means affects anyone’s quiet enjoyment of the premises as that term of art is properly construed.

  73. @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    Judging by the DM's photos, the alleged perpetrator is about the whitest looking black man that I've ever seen!

    Replies: @Logan, @rufus, @rufus, @Desiderius

    That’s who is in to all this LARPing. Only way they can feel black enough to Dream of their Fathers.

  74. @Glaivester
    Don't make fun of people with dyslexia.

    You might have dyslexia and not even kwon ti.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Alfa158, @Jim Don Bob, @Kratoklastes

    Did you hear about the dyslexic agnostic who had insomnia?

    He lay awake at night pondering the existence of Dog.

  75. @J.Ross
    @Hockamaw

    Are you joking? This is a future generation of judges and legislators right here.
    No doctors, because, y'know, they'd have to learn math to do that.
    ------
    Harvardians who have trouble with law and basic English search the belongings of their Alabama-born housemate when she's visiting her family. They find legally owned and properly stored firearms, and successfully demand her eviction because of them.
    This is after she explained to the local Mensa delegation that she had been in a physically abusive relationship.
    https://freebeacon.com/issues/landlord-tells-harvard-student-move-legally-owned-guns/
    "We discussed with Leyla that all of us are uncomfortable with having firearms in the house, and that their presence causes anxiety and deprives us of the quiet enjoyment of the premise to which we are entitled," the roommate wrote to [the landlord].

    Replies: @Autochthon, @Mr. Anon

    Ideally, she would file a criminal complaint against her neighbors for breaking and entering, and sue her landlord for discrimination. Of course, she probably doesn’t have either the time or money for either. She might also demand that her landlord tell the other tenants that they have to yield up any knives, bats, blunt instruments of any kind – anything that could be used as a weapon – as they make HER feel uncomfortable.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Mr. Anon

    What legal system would she use to do that?

  76. So much for lacrosse being the sport of obnoxious over-privileged white boys from New Jersey.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  77. A few more of these moral panics and President Harris will simply outlaw all White men. “The Purge” Law: all crime is legal, against White men.

  78. Goucher has quite a roster of notable alumni riff-raff:

    Prominent alumni include conservative commentator and senior editor for the National Review Jonah Goldberg, former first lady of Puerto Rico Lucé Vela, 27th Vice Commandant of the United States Coast Guard Sally Brice-O’Hara, 26th Chief of Chaplains for the United States Navy Margaret G. Kibben, former president of Public Citizen Joan Claybrook, president of California State University, San Marcos, Karen S. Haynes,[105] former president of First Republic Bank Katherine August-DeWilde, federal judges Ellen Lipton Hollander for the United States District Court for the District of Maryland and Phyllis A. Kravitch for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and former chairwoman of the U.S. International Trade Commission Paula Stern.[106]

  79. Are we ever gonna get one Flashy Hate Crime that doesn’t turn out to be a hoax?

  80. You know, the funniest part about this whole thing is if a white guy tried to do a hate hoax and spray anti-white slurs all over the campus, the school would probably just go about it’s business while leaving them up.

    • Replies: @James Speaks
    @Song For the Deaf

    Yeah, it's called the Democratic Party platform. Not laughing.

  81. @Glaivester
    Don't make fun of people with dyslexia.

    You might have dyslexia and not even kwon ti.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Alfa158, @Jim Don Bob, @Kratoklastes

    Plus, it will undermine their faith in Dog, and they are then in the clutches of Santa.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Kratoklastes

    No, wait, you spelled Beelzebubba's real name wrong. Could it be ...

    SATIN!?

    No, wait ....

    SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL!?

  82. @bomag
    @Reg Cæsar

    Tragic.

    Female school teachers with children are one of the rarer cohorts on the murder docket; the law of large numbers does come around.

    Another cautionary tale about getting involved with an ex and kids.

    Replies: @Rosie

    Tragic.

    Female school teachers with children are one of the rarer cohorts on the murder docket; the law of large numbers does come around.

    Another cautionary tale about getting involved with an ex and kids.

    Agree. A person may have a government-issued piece of paper saying they’re “divorced,” but Mother Nature as well as our Heavenly Father say otherwise.

  83. Minority students say the graffiti incidents are only a symptom of a larger race problem on the campus in Towson

    yeah, there are other blacks doing the same shit.

  84. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hockamaw
    There needs to be some kind of punishment for these people.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Buzz Mohawk, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anon

    These have to be treated as anti-white defamation. These are not just hoaxes or pranks. These are specifically designed to spread hatred, fear, and paranoia about white people.

    IF I vandalized a Catholic Church with the Star of David and wrote ‘Catholics are scum’ and ‘Catholics must die’ with the express purpose to defame Jews as hateful ‘Christophobes’, which group did I really offend? The Catholic Church or the Jewish community. Obviously the latter. If anything, my action would have fostered sympathy for the Catholic Church as a victim of hateful vandalism while casting aspersions on Jews as hostile vandals. Then, what I did would not be just some hoax but a crime of defamation against the Jewish community. It’d be the equivalent of me poisoning Christian water wells and then making it seem like Jews done it. My main animus would have been against Jews, not Christians. If anything, my act would be pro-Christian in the sense of casting Christians as victims.

    When will whites have the guts to stand up to these ‘hoaxes’ as anti-white defamation. People who do this should be charged with inciting hatred and hostility toward whites. And because no one knows who did it, the entire white community comes under suspicion. This is the result of black personality pathology and the GLOB media that raised kids with the White Scare.

    But then, look at US foreign policy where Saudis are always let off the hook no matter what they do while Iran is blamed for everything. And same with Russia too. Both at home and abroad, the GLOB encourages certain kinds of hatred and paranoia. White Scare in the US, Russia-Iran scare in the world.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @Anon


    When will whites have the guts to stand up to these ‘hoaxes’ as anti-white defamation.
     
    Can't say exactly, but my guess is that it will be some time after the MSM admits that hoaxes even happen. Which is to say, well after hell has frozen over.
  85. I must say the black guy looks rather white-ish. Looks like race-mixing isn’t leading to some color-blind harmony but mulatto neurosis. A black version of Elliot Rodgers.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @Anon

    Unlike Mr Rodger, you'd think this guy could land babes, esp being a varsity athlete. What's his major malfunction? He reminds me of Pete Sampras.

  86. really getting in on the action now, eh? this guy is barely african.

    i wonder how long until the first transracial hate crime. shaun king shows up at the police station bloody, battered, and spray painted with hate crime symbols. it is later discovered that he did it to himself.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @prime noticer

    He is plain old biracial is he if the biological child of his professional/academic class parents. He very strongly resembles his mother, but I see his Dad in there too so I presume he is not adopted.

  87. All these kinds of buried incidents are great for waking up white people to the fact that we are at war with those who seek our utter destruction.

    We are not afraid. We will prevail, despite the odds against us.

  88. @Mr McKenna
    @International Jew


    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school.
     
    Top ten what??

    Goucher was never in the front rank of American higher education, or even close.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @Reg Cæsar

    Goucher was never in the front rank of American higher education, or even close.

    Maybe he was thinking of “gouger”, a name that would fit most modern universities, from the bottom to the top.

  89. @Anonymous
    @International Jew


    A hundred years ago, Goucher was a top ten school. I don’t know what happened, because otherwise there’s been very little turnover in the American college prestige sweepstakes.
     
    Small private colleges are an endangered species. They’ve been able to stay afloat by creating part-time graduate professional programs for working adults (MBAs, cyber security, healthcare programs, etc.), but that’s starting to dry up with the changing job market, changing demographics, and prohibitive cost of education along with the marginal benefit in getting more degrees/education.

    I went to college for free 30 years ago at a well-known East Coast university. Recently I was considering taking an online statistics course for fun at a local public community college. Tuition per credit hour seemed reasonable but when I calculated tuition and fees the cost came to close to $1000! Smh.

    Replies: @Autochthon

    I contemplated becoming a veterinary technician to run away screaming from corporate America, and found the same to be true: they expected me to go to school for four years then do a year as a kindness of internship or residency during which I still had to pay tuition! It would have taken longer than law school did, not cost a whole Hell of a lot less, and paid around $10.00 or $15.00 per hour at the end. This was a state’s community college, mind you, not a for-profit racket.

    This nonsense is why many young people have no ambition or hope. They are not lazy or stupid, they are merely perspicacious realists.

  90. @Kratoklastes
    @Glaivester

    Plus, it will undermine their faith in Dog, and they are then in the clutches of Santa.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    No, wait, you spelled Beelzebubba’s real name wrong. Could it be …

    SATIN!?

    No, wait ….

    SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL!?

  91. • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @Reg Cæsar

    Awesome. Crystal meth! Is there anything it can't do?

  92. @Lurker
    @James Speaks

    Soon the very letter 'N' will find itself beyond the, ah, pale.

    The letter formerly known as N, as Prince might have said.

    Replies: @El Dato, @James Speaks, @Reg Cæsar

    The letter formerly known as N, as Prince might have said.

    You mean Price, don’t you?

  93. @ThreeCranes
    @Buzz Mohawk

    If the legs of the swastika are imagined as arms of a galaxy then the one on the Buddha above rotates clockwise.

    If you stand facing south, towards the sun in the northern hemisphere, the sun moves from your left to right, i.e. clockwise. So if you're standing literally at the North Pole, the sun moves in an apparent clockwise direction (and this because the earth rotates in a counter clockwise direction). This clockwise direction is the natural conclusion if the premise is that the Earth is stationary and the sun revolves around the Earth.

    So in the northern hemisphere, for the ancients, the proper motion of a swastika, if it is to show the flow of life, is clockwise.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    The clockwise swastika, as you describe it, was the norm in the American West, where people were familiar with it as an American Indian symbol. The design served as a decorative element too, in things like tile floors.

    When he was a boy in Northern California, my father saw one of the great airships Graf or Hindenburg fly over his town near San Francisco. He told me people there laughed because, as they put it, “Hitler got the swastika backwards.”

    We could say, therefore, that it was the Nazis who were dyslexic, but who cares? The thing can go either way. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, counterclockwise would be correct for your celestial interpretation. It is a shame that this ancient and graphically dynamic design was tainted to the point that no one dares to use it anymore.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    @Buzz Mohawk

    It makes sense that I would use the logic of the American Indian in interpreting the direction of the swastika. When I lived in a tipi--which was a faithful reproduction of a North American Indian design that my wife and I built--I was instructed (and did) to walk clockwise, "with the sun" as I wound the rope which bound the poles together up at the collar where they intersect. The Indians thought this the only proper way.

    That that would be the same way Asians depict the swastika in Buddhist temples is not surprising, given that Indians were Asians 15,000 years ago and it's likely that such fundamental ways of aligning oneself in the Universe would persist through eons.

    Marcia Eliade, F. M. Cornford and Ernst Cassier discussed the importance of ritual used by all so-called primitive people in laying out and setting off sacred spaces from the profane. Early conceptions of Justice involve respecting/violating some formally designated sacred place; hence the belief in sacred groves, springs, mountains, consecrated boundary stones etc. There's evidence that the prototype for early Greek temples was a grove of trees planted or cleared in a particular configuration.

    Even today, when laying out a campsite for our tent or a lot for our house, we moderns clear away all the detritus before we erect our shelter. In an act of ritual purification of the ground before we deem it worthy of occupation, we remove all the wild, rank growth and leave only selected trees and bushes before we plant grass, our outdoor carpet.

    Thoreau, who built his cabin right in the midst of the forest, was such a outlying exception to this normal practice that he wrote an entire book about the experience. But even he consecrated his bean patch.

    , @Fred Boynton
    @Buzz Mohawk

    It is a shame that this ancient and graphically dynamic design was tainted to the point that no one dares to use it anymore.

    You're absolutely right; f'ing Indians.

  94. @Song For the Deaf
    You know, the funniest part about this whole thing is if a white guy tried to do a hate hoax and spray anti-white slurs all over the campus, the school would probably just go about it’s business while leaving them up.

    Replies: @James Speaks

    Yeah, it’s called the Democratic Party platform. Not laughing.

  95. @Gary in Gramercy
    A black lacrosse player? What's he doing at Goucher? (And when did Goucher start admitting men?)

    On the other hand, if he could read and write, he'd have a free ride at Johns Hopkins.

    Replies: @International Jew, @istevefan, @Crawfurdmuir

    A black lacrosse player? What’s he doing at Goucher? (And when did Goucher start admitting men?)

    Goucher started admitting males in 1986. Note I say “males,” not men. Jonah Goldberg (class of 1991) was admitted to Goucher the following year.

    Perhaps that tells us something about this bitter and strident NeverTrumper, who has yet to muster the courage to do as Max Boot and Bill Kristol have done.

  96. If Goucher had a proper debating society they wouldn’t have students who stray off the plantation and into race-hate country like this.

    Incidentally, since the backwards swastika is now pretty much the symbol and imprimatur of a Hate Hoax, shouldn’t they officially be Backwards Swastikas™?

  97. @Anon
    @Hockamaw

    These have to be treated as anti-white defamation. These are not just hoaxes or pranks. These are specifically designed to spread hatred, fear, and paranoia about white people.

    IF I vandalized a Catholic Church with the Star of David and wrote 'Catholics are scum' and 'Catholics must die' with the express purpose to defame Jews as hateful 'Christophobes', which group did I really offend? The Catholic Church or the Jewish community. Obviously the latter. If anything, my action would have fostered sympathy for the Catholic Church as a victim of hateful vandalism while casting aspersions on Jews as hostile vandals. Then, what I did would not be just some hoax but a crime of defamation against the Jewish community. It'd be the equivalent of me poisoning Christian water wells and then making it seem like Jews done it. My main animus would have been against Jews, not Christians. If anything, my act would be pro-Christian in the sense of casting Christians as victims.

    When will whites have the guts to stand up to these 'hoaxes' as anti-white defamation. People who do this should be charged with inciting hatred and hostility toward whites. And because no one knows who did it, the entire white community comes under suspicion. This is the result of black personality pathology and the GLOB media that raised kids with the White Scare.

    But then, look at US foreign policy where Saudis are always let off the hook no matter what they do while Iran is blamed for everything. And same with Russia too. Both at home and abroad, the GLOB encourages certain kinds of hatred and paranoia. White Scare in the US, Russia-Iran scare in the world.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

    When will whites have the guts to stand up to these ‘hoaxes’ as anti-white defamation.

    Can’t say exactly, but my guess is that it will be some time after the MSM admits that hoaxes even happen. Which is to say, well after hell has frozen over.

  98. @Reg Cæsar
    https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/united_states_map.png

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

    Awesome. Crystal meth! Is there anything it can’t do?

  99. @bomag
    @Anonymous


    The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus...
     
    The universal solution to all current problems.

    Not letting a crisis go to waste; especially a self-licking crisis.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @Mr McKenna

    When will whites have the guts to stand up to these ‘hoaxes’ as anti-white defamation.

    Can’t say exactly, but my guess is that it will be some time after the MSM admits that hoaxes even happen. Which is to say, well after hell has frozen over.

  100. @bomag
    @Anonymous


    The demands included the hiring of more black staff members on campus...
     
    The universal solution to all current problems.

    Not letting a crisis go to waste; especially a self-licking crisis.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @Mr McKenna

    To paraphrase Mr Homer Simpson:

    “Negroes! Cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems!”

    • LOL: bomag
  101. @Anon
    I must say the black guy looks rather white-ish. Looks like race-mixing isn't leading to some color-blind harmony but mulatto neurosis. A black version of Elliot Rodgers.

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2018/12/01/18/6886682-6450101-image-a-11_1543687607453.jpg

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

    Unlike Mr Rodger, you’d think this guy could land babes, esp being a varsity athlete. What’s his major malfunction? He reminds me of Pete Sampras.

  102. @Tiny Duck.
    In the end, the real story is Sailer is still a racist to blacks.

    Replies: @Unladen Swallow

    As real as this hate crime, td. You must defend this HOAX!!!

  103. @Buzz Mohawk
    @ThreeCranes

    The clockwise swastika, as you describe it, was the norm in the American West, where people were familiar with it as an American Indian symbol. The design served as a decorative element too, in things like tile floors.

    When he was a boy in Northern California, my father saw one of the great airships Graf or Hindenburg fly over his town near San Francisco. He told me people there laughed because, as they put it, "Hitler got the swastika backwards."

    We could say, therefore, that it was the Nazis who were dyslexic, but who cares? The thing can go either way. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, counterclockwise would be correct for your celestial interpretation. It is a shame that this ancient and graphically dynamic design was tainted to the point that no one dares to use it anymore.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Fred Boynton

    It makes sense that I would use the logic of the American Indian in interpreting the direction of the swastika. When I lived in a tipi–which was a faithful reproduction of a North American Indian design that my wife and I built–I was instructed (and did) to walk clockwise, “with the sun” as I wound the rope which bound the poles together up at the collar where they intersect. The Indians thought this the only proper way.

    That that would be the same way Asians depict the swastika in Buddhist temples is not surprising, given that Indians were Asians 15,000 years ago and it’s likely that such fundamental ways of aligning oneself in the Universe would persist through eons.

    Marcia Eliade, F. M. Cornford and Ernst Cassier discussed the importance of ritual used by all so-called primitive people in laying out and setting off sacred spaces from the profane. Early conceptions of Justice involve respecting/violating some formally designated sacred place; hence the belief in sacred groves, springs, mountains, consecrated boundary stones etc. There’s evidence that the prototype for early Greek temples was a grove of trees planted or cleared in a particular configuration.

    Even today, when laying out a campsite for our tent or a lot for our house, we moderns clear away all the detritus before we erect our shelter. In an act of ritual purification of the ground before we deem it worthy of occupation, we remove all the wild, rank growth and leave only selected trees and bushes before we plant grass, our outdoor carpet.

    Thoreau, who built his cabin right in the midst of the forest, was such a outlying exception to this normal practice that he wrote an entire book about the experience. But even he consecrated his bean patch.

  104. Anonymous [AKA "EleanorD"] says:
    @prime noticer
    really getting in on the action now, eh? this guy is barely african.

    i wonder how long until the first transracial hate crime. shaun king shows up at the police station bloody, battered, and spray painted with hate crime symbols. it is later discovered that he did it to himself.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    He is plain old biracial is he if the biological child of his professional/academic class parents. He very strongly resembles his mother, but I see his Dad in there too so I presume he is not adopted.

  105. @Mr. Anon
    @J.Ross

    Ideally, she would file a criminal complaint against her neighbors for breaking and entering, and sue her landlord for discrimination. Of course, she probably doesn't have either the time or money for either. She might also demand that her landlord tell the other tenants that they have to yield up any knives, bats, blunt instruments of any kind - anything that could be used as a weapon - as they make HER feel uncomfortable.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    What legal system would she use to do that?

  106. @Buzz Mohawk
    @ThreeCranes

    The clockwise swastika, as you describe it, was the norm in the American West, where people were familiar with it as an American Indian symbol. The design served as a decorative element too, in things like tile floors.

    When he was a boy in Northern California, my father saw one of the great airships Graf or Hindenburg fly over his town near San Francisco. He told me people there laughed because, as they put it, "Hitler got the swastika backwards."

    We could say, therefore, that it was the Nazis who were dyslexic, but who cares? The thing can go either way. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, counterclockwise would be correct for your celestial interpretation. It is a shame that this ancient and graphically dynamic design was tainted to the point that no one dares to use it anymore.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Fred Boynton

    It is a shame that this ancient and graphically dynamic design was tainted to the point that no one dares to use it anymore.

    You’re absolutely right; f’ing Indians.

  107. @rufus
    The odd thing is Hitler was largely indifferent to # the blax.

    Likely never met more than a few dozen and never seemed particularly animated by them except perhaps a millstone on the United States development and martial abilities...

    Not a fan of the tribe and bolshevism however.

    Megan Sheeeeit possibly unaware of this, but keenly aware who pays her.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    He once complained, prior to becoming Chancellor, that Jews were encouraging miscegenation between Germans and blacks.

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