Putting slander to death

@kbkbooks (7028)
July 10, 2007 8:56am CST
This report on msn is an awesome example of people pleading to have slanderous remarks about their race put to death. http://video.msn.com/v/us/fv/fv.htm??g=c8aebe72-0e57-409f-a4c1-332112068992&f=imbot_us_default&fg=rss As a half American, half Japanese girl raised in the US, I came face to face with this type of discrimination. There were all kinds of names that people had for me and my kind. As for the "N" word and others, they have now become part of rap and hiphop music language and therefore deemed on some level of acceptable, but I do not accept the. It chills me and angers me to hear people displaying this kind of ignorance. Check out this video. Three cheers for this demonstration from me.
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• United States
11 Jul 07
The video I saw was about an old lady not watering her lawn. I think it must be the wrong video.
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@kbkbooks (7028)
• Canada
12 Jul 07
Yep. You're right, I put up the link from my other discussion. I have searched all over and find titles but no videos for the N word laid to rest. They actually buried it in a coffin in the ground... a symbolic laying to rest hoping that the nasty word which has worked it's way into our children's music and vocabulary would just be banished.