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You know what's bullshit?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by HollywoodLeo, May 29, 2007.

  1. HollywoodLeo

    HollywoodLeo Well-Known Member

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  2. Concudan

    Concudan Caffeinated Commando

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    Its the angry comuter geek that Ant posted earlier.
     
  3. AnteaterCharger

    AnteaterCharger Calibrating Bolttalk, Podcast by Podcast Staff Member Super Moderator Podcaster

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    He does really good work
     
  4. Shamrock

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    I think I'm the forum expert in bullshit.
     
  5. HollywoodLeo

    HollywoodLeo Well-Known Member

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  6. HollywoodLeo

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  7. BFISA

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    City Journal
    Let the Segregation Commence
    Separatist graduations proliferate at UCLA.
    John Leo
    13 June 2007
    Commencement weekend is hard to plan at the University of California, Los Angeles. The university now has so many separate identity-group graduations that scheduling them not to conflict with one another is a challenge. The women’s studies graduation and the Chicana/Chicano studies graduation are both set for 10 AM Saturday. The broader Hispanic graduation, “Raza,” is in near-conflict with the black graduation, which starts just an hour later.

    Planning was easier before a new crop of ethnic groups pushed for inclusion. Students of Asian heritage were once content with the Asian–Pacific Islanders ceremony. But now there are separate Filipino and Vietnamese commencements, and some talk of a Cambodian one in the future. Years ago, UCLA sponsored an Iranian graduation, but the school’s commencement office couldn’t tell me if the event was still around. The entire Middle East may yet be a fertile source for UCLA commencements.

    Not all ethnic and racial graduations are well attended. The 2003 figures at UCLA showed that while 300 of 855 Hispanic students attended, only 170 out of 1,874 Asian-Americans did.

    Some students are presumably eligible for four or five graduations. A gay student with a Native American father and a Filipino mother could attend the Asian, Filipino, and American Indian ceremonies, plus the mainstream graduation and the Lavender Graduation for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students.

    Graduates usually wear identity-group markers—a Filipino stole or a Vietnamese sash, for instance, or a rainbow tassel at the Lavender event. Promoters of ethnic and racial graduations often talk about the strong sense of community that they favor. But it is a sense of community based on blood, a dubious and historically dangerous organizing principle.

    The organizers also sometimes argue that identity-group graduations make sense for practical reasons. They say that about 3,000 graduating seniors show up for UCLA’s “regular” graduation, making it a massive and impersonal event. At the more intimate identity-group events, foreign-born parents and relatives hear much of the ceremony in their native tongues. The Filipino event is so small—about 100 students— that each grad gets to speak for 30 seconds.

    But the core reason for separatist graduations is the obvious one: on campus, assimilation is a hostile force, the domestic version of American imperialism. On many campuses, identity-group training begins with separate freshman orientation programs for nonwhites, who arrive earlier and are encouraged to bond before the first Caucasian freshmen arrive. Some schools have separate orientations for gays as well. Administrations tend to foster separatism by arguing that bias is everywhere, justifying double standards that favor identity groups.

    Four years ago Ward Connerly, then a regent of the University of California, tried to pass a resolution to stop funding of ethnic graduations and gay freshman orientations. He changed his mind and asked to withdraw his proposal, but the regents wanted to vote on it and defeated it in committee 6–3.

    No major objections to ethnic graduations have emerged since. As in so many areas of American life, the preposterous is now normal.
     
  8. Boltjolt

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    I think those three clips were BULLSHIT!!
     
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    This forum being down on Father's Day was BULLSHIT !!!
     
  10. Boltjolt

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    Here-here:icon_toast:
     
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    you are right, you boys should of had a thread...so Happy Father's Day, hope it was great...and tell me, why was the board down.....:icon_shrug:
     
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    Thumper upgraded the forum to some new server and in the process he spilled a beer and fuc't "something up" which took a couple of days to dry out....I think.
     
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  13. Shamrock

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    That's a valid excuse then. As long as it really wasn't dry chablis or some such crap like that. :lol:
     
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    :lol: awesome...I once dropped my cell phone is a glass of milk and it dried out......:yes:
     
  15. Shamrock

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    I have dropped mine in a cattle water trough, and it too dried out.

    However, one time I accidently ran over my cell phone (with my tractor and trailer duals) and it didn't survive. Even the chip card was unreadable. :lol:

    Having to rebuild your entire personal and business phone book is truly ..... BULLSHIT ...

    PS: I've never actually dropped my phone in real bullshit, but it didn't fall out once right next to a cow pattie.
     
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    :lol: I've had many many phones over the years, something always happens to them...but the only time I cried is when my phone got stolen, about a month ago...I had years of numbers and info on it.....I learned a hard lesson that day...:no:
     
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    Kimmie lost hers one day, and was very distraught and could not be comforted :icon_sad: She found it inna trash can when it rang...IIRC, after she bought a new one :icon_eek:
     
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    I was a pissed off B****.....some people don't understand..I used it for everything..I used to not write anything down..it was all on my phone.......I still use my new phone for everything..but it also gets written down on plain ole paper.....:lol:
     
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  22. Boltjolt

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    That was lame
     
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    You need to drink more often! :icon_tease:
     
  24. HollywoodLeo

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    Yeah, the temperature one wasn't that good.
     
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