As others have already said, a sample size of 365 is nowhere near enough to show anything statistically significant (especially when you are distributing those over 50 states)
Hatred has embedded itself in our culture very deeply, even in places where it really ought not be. Very sad.
Doesn't seem much different from what was posted earlier.
Threats to the President are taken very seriously:
that's very dramatic. hatred isn't calling a black guy a nigger when the black guy can't hear it. hatred was the 60s, hosing down black protesters in the streets with hoses that can literally break the skin. that was hatred. it's a slap in the face of teh people who lived through hatred to call this kindergarten level "abuse" racism. biggest problem today is shit like you just said, drama. drama sells. calling everything racist or sexist or abuse or whatever the media runs with sells
what we got today is like everything else, VERY watered down version of a real issue. average black person in the SE usa lives their day to day life without racism affecting them at all. everyone needs to live in a shitty country a while so they know what real problems are. if you can get online and complain about your problems, your problems aren't as problematic as you think.
why do you think it's privileged little pussy ass suburban kids who have youtube accounts who are killing themselves and not the impoverished folks who have to work their shitty job just to avoid going hungry?
if anything, this country needs more real problems to satiate the hunger all these people above the poverty line who seem to crave on a daily basis. fuck, i guess you guys are all bored
Last edited by fizzbob; 2012-11-10 at 12:39 AM.
so racism is only when white on black amiright !??
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Last edited by Pendulous; 2012-11-10 at 05:41 AM.
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Well you have to take into account that the majority of the population in the nation lives in those areas. Hence most of the tweets are going to come from the east, south-east, California, Texas ect ect.
Looks like someones doing some tweeting off the coast of Florida.
Looked at former RNC in Micheal Steel and presidential hopeful Herman Cain. Why is it that Obama got the support, but the same could not be said for republicans of the same race? It might just be them...