Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Politics & World News' started by sanjuro, Feb 10, 2008.
Please register to disable this ad.
Context, meaning, and intent.
What the man has to say.
Of course it's designed to be offensive. Why else would you wear a T-shirt like that? It's real world trolling. The real question should be "Is it unacceptable?" and no it's not in my book.
n8 posted that awhile a go.
not at all, personally i think its completely necessary
I think it's offensive to all women...how would some of you feel if that was directed at your mother or sister??...D
It screams "Stupid, tasteless misogynist". So, only in so much as stupid, tasteless misogynists are offensive.
It screams redneck, xenophobic Republican, is what it screams.
There are differently levels of offensive:
funny ..................... blah ..................... hateful
Hate is hate.
You could also have a t-shirt that says, "I Love valve-bouncer-ry music."
Srsly I consider the c-word to be one of the worst of curse words.
Jesus Tap Dancing Christ. When did RM join the Berkeley city council?
Yes, it's offensive.
Yes, it's amusing.
I find it offensive you compared my mother to Hillary Clinton.
I find it offensive that H8R thinks that white jesus can tap dance.
I guess Salon Magazine is redneck and xenophobic. That's where I got the image from.
The point is that I think Hillary, privately, is angry and unpleasant.
Many Americans think this and much worse, and all of Hillary's defenders can say about a distasteful joke which strikes an obvious nerve, is "that's offensive".
I think Democrats, which I am one, better come up with a better defense than being offended, especially if Hillary wins the nomination.
So Salon magazine was wearing that shirt? They must make it in an awful funny cut then to fill out the shoulders.
I am more offended that the dude has deodorant on his neck. Yuck.
I find it handy that idiots can neatly label themselves, in some cases, using easy-to-identify t-shirts, tattoos, and automobiles.
Elitism will certainly win back the White House. Maybe the American public will rise to the occasion like they did in 2000 and 2004.
If you could see the full photo, he is not wearing pants...
It would have been better without the "translation" below. Let people think about it for a while. Might have even elicited a giggle from me then.
That cunt deserves much worse.
hahahahahahaha that's amazing!
I thought the idea was "If you have to explain the joke, it isn't that funny"? It's mildly amusing, but take the explanation off the shirt and you just have a lot of NASCAR fans asking WTF?
Everyone knows that Jesus was a black Jewish transvestite.
So you're putting your political faith in men who have Yosemite Sam inked on their mid-thigh?
What did any of this have to do with politics?? I just didn't think the shirt was that funny, that's all...
I wouldn't worry. As I predicted in 2004, Bush has demonstrated that his policies are utter failures, and he can't blame it on anyone else. The public has a renewed interest in politics for the short-term, so we can look forward to 4-8 years of less than complete apathy from the populace in general. Just sad we have to go through so much bull**** to get it. But at least people aren't saying, "Man, if only we'd left Bush in the White House instead of that Kerry who ****ed it all up..."
I have seen that "phrase" on many a t shirt and many a bumpersticker. It's funny, but old. I originally saw it with Hillarys photo replaced with the words "Ex-Wife".
I agree with H8R (and his Golden Banana): Yes it's offensive, and yes, it's funny.
That's why I keep goin' to church, sistah!
-or the other response-
I didn't know L'opie was black!