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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudohippie View Post
    Yup, they even had the "cultural appropriation" rap"where two white guys rapped (terribly) about how white people rapping is "cultural appropriation".
    They then defend themselves rapping because they have a "ghetto card".
    Theyalso bitched about whote people having dreds.
    I only watched Chris Ray Gun's video on it (and I suggest anyone who is curious about that "show" do the same).
    Chris is hilarious. Most of his videos are spot on when it comes to this stuff. I don't agree on everything with him but I agree on a lot and I am glad people like him still have backbones. A lot of comedian types either stopped doing comedy or they became "woke bots".

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    Quote Originally Posted by KorinKitty View Post
    A lot of comedian types either stopped doing comedy or they became "woke bots".
    I'm telling ya dude, it's the soy.
    "Out of the ground, raze all greenery with flame! Fire2!"
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    It deals with a demon virus that transforms people into freaky looking fuckers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    I'm telling ya dude, it's the soy.
    If it was as simple as soy, there wouldn't be this big of a problem. It is a lot. Men don't become cowards from just eating one type of food. A lot is going on. That is like when someone gets cancer. You didn't do one thing or have one thing happen to your body to cause it, it is usually hundreds of little things that lead to it. This is why people struggle to "find a cure". You can't solve a problem that is apparent but invisible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KorinKitty View Post
    If it was as simple as soy, there wouldn't be this big of a problem. It is a lot. Men don't become cowards from just eating one type of food. A lot is going on. That is like when someone gets cancer. You didn't do one thing or have one thing happen to your body to cause it, it is usually hundreds of little things that lead to it. This is why people struggle to "find a cure". You can't solve a problem that is apparent but invisible.
    Yeah yeah I know it's not that simple I was just pulling your leg. It's a whole mess of things, the first ones that come to mind are technology, excssive babying from parents, and probably diet as well (not just soy).
    "Out of the ground, raze all greenery with flame! Fire2!"
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    It deals with a demon virus that transforms people into freaky looking fuckers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    Yeah yeah I know it's not that simple I was just pulling your leg. It's a whole mess of things, the first ones that come to mind are technology, excssive babying from parents, and probably diet as well (not just soy).
    Parenting or lack thereof play a role. I have been watching way too much Molyneux videos which could be to blame but his observations on child raising are so eye-opening. I see why there are so many issues with people today, especially with 15 to 35-year-olds.

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