October 8, 2013, - 11:16 pm

Chris Brown: You Stay Classy, Hollywood!

By Debbie Schlussel

This is a sick, sick individual. But, on the other hand, in our Kardashian/Miley Cyrus whacked out country, I guess he’s just a nice, classy, normal guy. Right?

For those who don’t know, Chris Brown is the 24-year-old R&B singing star, who used to beat up his ex-girlfriend, Rihanna. He’s also the jerk who dressed up with his posse as their fave Islamic terrorists for Halloween, last year. Sadly, he’s a major pop star and very successful. Tragically, kids–especially urban kids–look up to and will imitate this kind of warped behavior, about which he brags in this interview with The Guardian:



Taliban Chris Brown (center) & His Posse Glorify Jihadists

Brown was born in 1989 in a small Virginia town called Tappahannock, with a population of just 2,000. . . . His parents divorced when he was seven, and before long he and his sister and mother were living with her new husband in a trailer park, where in the past he has described lying in bed listening to his stepfather beat his mother. I ask him to tell me a bit about his childhood. . . . .

He lost his virginity when he was eight years old, to a local girl who was 14 or 15. Seriously? “Yeah, really. Uh-huh.” He grins and chuckles. “It’s different in the country.” Brown grew up with a great gang of boy cousins, and they watched so much porn that he was raring to go. “By that point, we were already kind of like hot to trot, you know what I’m saying? Like, girls, we weren’t afraid to talk to them; I wasn’t afraid. So, at eight, being able to do it, it kind of preps you for the long run, so you can be a beast at it. You can be the best at it.” (Now 24, he doesn’t want to say how many women he’s slept with: “But you know how Prince had a lot of girls back in the day? Prince was, like, the guy. I’m just that, today






I don’t believe the story, but the guy is disgusting for bragging about it, whether or not he was molested at age age by a 14- or 15-year-old. Just more of the absolute deviancy that is now mainstream America, and those of us who object are the “backwards/old fashioned” ones. Oh, and then, there’s this:

“My mom told me as a youngster I was always intellectual.”

Uh-huh. When I think of “intellectual,” I think of R&B star Chris Brown, not William F. Buckley. Don’t you? Every moronic parent tells her kids how smart they are. Newsflash: usually, it’s total BS.

America has gone down the toilet. And we wonder why. Schmucks like Chris Brown. That’s the answer to the question, “why?”

Defining-Deviancy-Down USA. That’s our country now.

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Spot on DS. What a sicko to try to brag about a molestation as if he were an 8 year old hornbag.

The “intellectual” was not too intelligent to know that his compulsion to confess seeps thru’ (his false bravado) and his childhood reflects why he is a brute to skanky women and full of hate and violence.

I have ZERO sympathy for skank Robyn “Rihanna” Fenty either. Sickos don’t get together because 1 is a victim and the other the “bad guy”…1 is the salt and the other is the pepper. Sickos are matched up with sickos. She took him back after she was his punching bag (bad childhood raising it’s ugly head on his part…) and he played the Vietnamese bint and the skanky pop star against one another (he’s back with the Vietnamese bint, for now…). He’s a real, sick, psycho and NOT good looking at all. Yucko!!

But he’s the right colour so his fellow White Plantation Blacks on the White Libtard Plantation have his sicko back. They can keep him. His sickness is no where near dying, either…

Skunky on October 8, 2013 at 11:34 pm

Thank you, Debbie, and thank you Skunky, for slamming this utter piece of shit. This smug, arrogant, no talent asshole showing up on your web site comes on the heels of an e-mail from a friend who just turned 60 and celebrated by getting herself a tattoo, her first. I’m SO impressed. UGH!!!

Thanks also to Skunky for including the short dissertation on Rihanna, who is also NOT good looking, no matter what ANYONE says. Skunky sees through all of society’s sicknesses and takes no prisoners. I like that a lot.

Chris Brown is a self aggrandizing punk who will most likely die soon in a hail of bullets, which I’m sure will be just as he “planned.” I CANNOT wait for Messiah to come and flush the toilet.

Can you tell I’m in a great mood?

ROTFLMAO!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 8, 2013 at 11:53 pm

He is just another cockroach.

worry01 on October 9, 2013 at 12:40 am

Although Rihanna does stand out for having visited Israel a few years ago.

Little Al on October 9, 2013 at 1:35 am

He’s obviously lying about having sex at eight-years-old, but I disagree with the whole idea of female teachers or female adults being charged with raping their male students who are old enough to copulate.

In order for sex to occur, the male has to be aroused so it’s obviously something he consents to.

There’s no such thing as hetero, male “virginity” since no physical change occurs after sex, unlike females whose hymen breaks, have DNA implanted and the risk of infectious disease and also have the potential for pregnancy.

The very idea of being seduced by your teacher is every boy’s dream-come-true.

I sure as Hell remember several of my female teachers that I wish I was “raped” by and if my son who’s now 30 was “raped” by one of his sexy teachers I’d slap him on the back and toast him with his first beer.

DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 3:04 am

    Lord help me Jesus, but I think I for once agree with that annoying Libtard Lee. But he is too dumb to see that not everyone on here disagrees with him. Liberalism is a mental disease.

    DS_Rocks I am committed to sounding the horn on female perversion and rape of minors. I have my very own #hashtag to compile the sickening stories. It’s #FemalePredators.

    Here is the compilation of the stories I collect and get disgusted by. Anyone who says they are NOT shocked by the phenomena and cover-up (in USA) of these female perverts (after seeing the amount compiled)is LYING. Please look for yourselves, everyone…

    https://twitter.com/search?q=%23FemalePredators&src=hash&f=follows

    One of the sad shames incest survivors and kids who have been sexualized at a young age have to live with (and even legitimate Rape victims…) is that although they may NOT want the abuse to happen sometimes the body responds biologically. Like when an MD hits your knee and your lower leg kicks out. They should not feel shame about that. It is not their fault.

    Kids, even if “raring to go” should NEVER be sexualized before their time. I do not care if you are male or female. It is damaging. I’m NOT a NAMBLA supporter. It’s disgusting and I will fight it as long as I am here on the Earth.

    (I don’t believe in “Date Rape”…just Rape, when a woman is REALLY forced against her will to have sex with a Monster. “Date Rape” is a feminist creation to get skanked out females off the hook for regretted sexual behavior).

    Thanks BTW, Alfredo, for your kind words above!

    Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 11:53 am

      skunky: ” It’s #FemalePredators” I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I still don’t know what you’re supposed to do with “hashtags” and the whole Twitter thing. I’d signed up once to follow you, but that’s about all I remember being able to do, but now can’t remember what email i used.

      However, later tonight I’m going to wiki Twitter to learn about it and will read your #FemalePredators references.

      But just to reiterate without seeing your stories, I’m only referring to sexually mature boys who are seduced by their female teachers like the celebrated case of that Tourneau (sp?) chick and her hulking (then) 13 year-old Samoan teen suitor. That was a notch on the kid’s belt and I’m certain he was thrilled and no way the teacher should have been punished. Fired from teaching, yes, but prosecuted, no.

      DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 4:24 pm

    DSR, give that we have recently had a discussion of same-sex pedophilia, about which you are (rightly) very concerned, I’m wondering if you have re-thought your position? If, let’s say, a 12-year-old has an erection while being molested, has he “consented,” and do you consider this event not to be rape?

    skzion on October 9, 2013 at 2:12 pm

      skzion: I distinctly remember my puberty when I was 12 and the concomitant dreams (I still remember some of them after almost 40 yrs)and so I was old enough to copulate and I sure wanted to.

      In your hypothetical you didn’t specify the gender of the abuser nor the outcome. If it results in homosexual rape, then the boy had his physiology altered and presumably would have been traumatized psychologically as well.

      If the abuser was a female and the result was hetero copulation then the abuser did bot alter the boy’s physiology and probably answered the boy’s prayers and certainly enhanced the boy’s confidence.

      I see a huge difference between the two based on my life as well as observations.

      I have to create a Twitter account to see what examples skunky is talking about and will do that later today, but based on what another poster replied in response to my post (I presume), I wouldn’t be surprised if she also might be neglecting to adhere to the conditions I stated, i.e., old enough, no physical change, hetero (which i consider normal and therapeutic.)

      The question of homosexual predation toward a boy who is also post-pubescent and the myriad of implications thereof is another story.

      DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 3:45 pm

        “skzion: I distinctly remember my puberty when I was 12 and the concomitant dreams . . . and so I was old enough to copulate and I sure wanted to. In your hypothetical you didn’t specify the gender of the abuser nor the outcome. If it results in homosexual rape, then the boy had his physiology altered and presumably would have been traumatized psychologically as well.”

        And I happen to remember my own puberty, with concomitant dreams comparable to yours (though differing in some details). Why would it be “rape” if I got what I wanted way back then but not “rape” if you got what you wanted? And, if erection indicates consent, and if erection by both parties could be proven in the homosexual case, how could there be no consent in the homosexual case, by your own rules? The logical problem in your position is that you presuppose that all young-uns are heterosexual and therefore that a homosexual molestation would traumatize the youth.

        Now, I happen to disagree with your general position regarding pedophilia, opposing it 100%, even if some minors would actually prefer the early sex. I do not consider arousal to be indicative of consent. It is indicative of . . . arousal. We are tempted to do plenty of things that we do not do. In sexual circumstances, the temptation is sexual arousal. Adults are assumed to be able to make such choices; minors are generally not.

        Let me add that it is known that virgin women sometimes do become aroused in the process of a forced copulation. Indeed, this is one reason why a female virgin is a particularly appealing target for rape–she has a heightened rate of immediate pregnancy. It’s a funny thing about evolution: there are odd, vestigial pieces of psychology and physiology that just hang around. In this case, there is no doubt the rape is indeed a rape. That the body is not reliable is unfortunate.

        skzion on October 9, 2013 at 4:28 pm

          skzion: Valid points, all. However, I did mention that part of my position hinges on whether there is a physical alteration after a willing seduction of a capable adolescent.

          As you point out, it’s quite different when it’s adult male on adolescent female. That’s wrong, absolutely, because of physical changes and potential for harm.

          With a male, it’s a different story. There is no difference between a “virgin” (hetero) adolescent male and an experienced one.

          Now in homosexual adolescents, I suppose it could go either way depending on the specific act and the physical outcome. In some scenarios there could definitely be physical changes and.or physiological harm, but not others.

          So, in some instances it would be okay, but not others. I’m pretty sure you know what scenarios would account for that difference and then it would be on a case-by-case situation.

          In effect, there would then be three standards in my book: one for adolescent hetero males (no harm done because he’s honored and willing to be seduced by teacher, females (never until age of consent because of pregnancy and disease risk) and homosexuals with homosexuals each having further standards (depending on whether the acts could potentially cause physical changes or harm.)

          DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 5:53 pm

        DSR, you don’t need a twitters account to read any linked story (or anyone’s feed) on Twitter…or perhaps you do have to have an account to view the content at any rate I have heaps of stories collected since March or April and my link above shows them all.

        I hope people will read them to see what a bad epidemic it is when females prey on males. I don’t see a difference between male and females as quarry for predators. I am against it in all variations.

        I don’t support NAMBLA, the Lezzer version of NAMBLA or the heterosexual version of NAMBLA. It’s harmful and against all I believe in since I am not a Moooooooslim or a sicko pervert.

        Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 5:07 pm

          Skunky, I am proudly untwittered. I clicked your link & was sent to a signon page.

          skzion on October 9, 2013 at 5:14 pm

          Oh, ok, now I know for certain, Skzion. I didn’t know that. Thank you.

          I am proudly de-Facebooked but I love Twitters. It’s good for Conservative causes and I find lots of stories and blogs I never would without out it (via others I “Follow”). And although I deal with a lot of crazy-making stuff on my Twitters I also find funny, wacky cute stuff that saves me from wanting to kill myself because of the heaps of heavy and sad News.

          I thought it was stupid and only opened one to follow Rush but I never see his tweets and DS is one of my favs to follow. I like to re-tweet her stories because she has such important stuff to share. (Also, it’s a great way to get a message to someone famous who you’ll never meet (good or bad). I would have never had the opportunity to argue with Martina Navratilova (and be subsequently blocked by her, hee-hee…) in my life…or tell Harry Reid he’s a lying wanker. And my fav celeb to follow is (no lie…) RuPaul. I LOVE RuPaul…even though his views on “Republicans” are laughable. That aside, he is fun and kind and interacts with his fans nicely and with loads of humour and sweet advice.

          Open a dummy acct just to look at certain accounts. It’s worth it for that!

          Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 5:46 pm

          I promise I wlll read them, but like skzion, I just get a sign-up page and can’t actually see the site.

          I do need to learn about it first, though, because I remember that when I did have an account and “followed” you, I didn’t really understand how the Twitter mechanism worked.

          My job involves quite a bit of tech know-how, but there must be some barrier in my brain because I’m completely lost with Twitter. I do sort of get that its primary function is via cell phones and that you receive text messages of some sort whenever a followed one emits his or her “Tweets.”, or so I imagine. I’ll figure it out – lol.

          DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 6:00 pm

The idea of rape has expanded beyond anything conceived of prior to the late 60s. If a male is a day over 18 and has consensual sex with a woman a day under 18, he can go to jail. He can even go to jail if he takes a consensual picture of her bare-breasted. So in order to maintain this expansive definition of rape, they need to make a pretense of gender equality — therefore the campaign against female teachers (not to condone the idea of sex with students, but as DS ROCKS points out, it is virtually never rape.

As far as bragging about the number of his conquests, how does that differentiate him from other animals?

Little Al on October 9, 2013 at 8:52 am

So funny when little turds like this try so hard to intimidate and impress us, with their BS stories and their tats and waving their guns with those hard looks on their soft faces. Compensate much? Too bad you eyes give you away, scared little woman-beating guy that you are. Nevermind the fact that if this type of guy ever saw real action, he’d be the one in the back with the pooped-up pants. Chris “Brown,” indeed.

Meshulam on October 9, 2013 at 9:00 am

If he was bragging and the roles were reversed, an 8yo girl losing her virginity to a 15yo boy there would be outrage. This is molestation, boy or girl it doesn’t matter and it could explain some of his behavior (but does NOT excuse it). It is a shame that you trolls would say he’s a liar just because you dislike him as a person.

Lee on October 9, 2013 at 10:09 am

The Bible says “let another man praise me and not my own lips.” But we have a culture where people are obsessed with praising themselves, and actively soliciting praise from others, like rabid vacuum cleaner salesmen. We live in an ego driven society. The greater lengths one goes to in attempts to get attention and look like a “big man” or “empowered woman” in reality shows how small they feel and insecure the person actually is.

In Prince’s case, I have always suspected he was/is gay. I really don’t care, just offering my unwanted opinion. In Chris Brown’s case, it’s because he knows nothing, does nothing good for society or anyone, and has nothing but his ego to play off of. Totally superficial and nonsensical, but that’s where we’ve ended up as a society.

THIS is what men stormed the beach at Normandy and endured the suffering of the Death March To Bataan for. It’s enough to not only make me ashamed of being an American, but being a human being. People like Chris Brown have an extremely rude awakening when Jesus returns.

It is entirely possible that Chris Brown will make it in to The Kingdom of God while I get thrown in to the Lake of Fire on Judgment Day. I will bow to The Lord’s infallible will, and praise his name. But in the here and now, and based entirely on 29 cover to cover readings of four different translations of the Bible, I have the right and the ammunition to make observances based on the teachings taken straight from the Word of God.

Therefore, Chris Brown is a piece of shit, ditto Snoop Lion, Bill Clinton and his “wife,” George Soros, The Golfer-In-Chief, and Michael Moore, just to name seven.

The following are idiots. Pink (whom I love), Katy Perry, Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus (advancing rapidly toward POS), Gwyneth Paltrow, Kris Jenner and Jennifer Lopez, just to name seven.

Keep it up, America. Keep your distance from God, keep getting further and further from God. You will pay, and unfortunately, just as my elementary school teachers used to say SO many years ago, “one of you is going to mess it up for the whole class.” Well, we have more than one messing it up for us, and we are all going to pay.

There is more wisdom in a single post by Army veteran DS_ROCKS! or hard hitting social critic Skunky than perhaps all the words ever spoken by the randomly selected 14 people above. What does that tell us about America?

As for our Brave and Blunt fearless leader, I spend quite a bit of time, especially late at night when the day’s duties are done, worrying and praying for her health, strength and safety. Keep up the good fight. Your reward is waiting for you.

I love you, Debbie.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 11:50 am

    Alfredo, I agree with you about that pervert Prince. I never thought he was straight. All one has to do is perv on the pouffy cover of his “LoveSexy” album. LOLOL.

    Our resident Psychiatrist, Occam’s Tool would be able to tell us (credentially…) the damage a molested child (and I am specifically speaking about toddlers, presently…) endures when they are molested and sexualized as babies. They will break your heart how damaged they are. It is hard to bare.

    I don’t support NAMBLA or the molesting of girl toddlers…and all those sexualized before their time. I am PASSIONATE about it. Because the Left are trying to erase those boundaries.

    Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 12:25 pm

      Skunky, I agree. Yet another reason for no diddling of the youth is that it undermines adult-minor relations that are important. A high school guy should be able to have a female teacher without needing to navigate sexual relations with her.

      skzion on October 9, 2013 at 4:31 pm

      Skunky: it is rare that I assess women patients on the unit who do NOT have a history of abuse of some sort. It is terrible, and terifying.

      My family is a Prigogine system, and i work very hard to keep it that way.

      Occam's Tool on October 13, 2013 at 10:51 pm

    Great post, Alfredo and thanks for the kudos. And I love Debbie, too!

    DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Boundaries that were broken when I was six years old, and first molested. The folks responsible called it “introducing” me to sex. It happened again, other people at ages 10, 11 and attempts at age 12. Although I do not consider myself “scarred for life” by any means, I believe the improper touching and sexualization of a child to be one of the most heinous acts that can be committed.

Unfortunately, I know all too many NYC liberal types that can expound on how this is an ages old phenomenon, that of children exploring their sexuality. One such diatribe began when I brought up my horror at hearing of a couple stories about a decade ago wherein nine year old boys molested an eight year old girl.

Fight the good fight, Skunky. You’re an admirable lady.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    Alfredo: “Although I do not consider myself “scarred for life” by any means, I believe the improper touching and sexualization of a child to be one of the most heinous acts that can be committed.”

    You’re saying two entirely different things. Judging by your post, you’re saying that your experiences didn’t scar you “by any means” seems to imply that it enhanced you and made you more confident.

    In the second part of your post, you reference “children” and that’s another story.

    I had my first experience at age 16 with a physically mature girl who was 14 (I will omit the cheap joke… naw, WTH: I swear she said she was 18!) and she and I to this day are still extremely close friends and still treasure that bond we’ll always have.

    Were we really “children?” No way; we were adolescents who were hormonally and physically ready and had opportunity and interest.

    This is way too complex to discuss in the limited span of this forum, but I will say that the political definitions of adulthood are arbitrary. I was living in Michigan at age 16 when they had the State referendum on raising the drinking age from 18 to 21. In one fell swoop, they changed the definition of “adult.”

    And, once again, I’m talking only about hetero sex where a woman would seduce a capable and willing post-pubescent male who undergoes *zero* physical modification.

    My personal experience that I described is a different issue and was using that to demonstrate the lack of “scarring” that the male might undergo to compare to Alfredo’s story.

    However, it does apply to the topic of whether an adult female is harming a willing, capable male who is seduced. I still say not.

    DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 4:55 pm

      DSR, I look forward to your comments on my own response at 4:28 pm. I do not believe you have coherently defended your position.

      skzion on October 9, 2013 at 5:19 pm

        skzion: At no point in my life have I ever claimed to be coherent :|

        DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 7:08 pm

      I’m sorry if my statement about what happened to me at six years old caused any confusion on your part, DS_ROCKS. So, for the record, it left me terribly confused, scared, and perhaps contributed to the combination of introverted and outrageous psyche that I had during the rest of that time leading up to my early 20′s. When I said it didn’t leave me scarred for life, it’s because I refused to allow myself to be beaten down by it. I overcame any potential lifetime damage, and of course, I ultimately attribute that to the grace and mercy of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, without whom I would know nothing and be nothing.

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 5:59 pm

        Alfredo: “it left me terribly confused, scared, and perhaps contributed to the combination of introverted and outrageous psyche that I had during the rest of that time leading up to my early 20?s”

        That pretty much sums up my adolescence and early life without the benefit of older girls trying to edify me about love-making.

        DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 6:54 pm

          This wasn’t an older girl, it was two authority figures, VERY close to me. I cannot for privacy’s sake go any further. It was a shameful episode, but I pray God’s forgiveness for the both of them. But make no mistake, it was WRONG, unrighteous, and shameful for them to handle a six year old in this fashion, all while trying to convince him it was just about introducing him to sex.

          Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 7:22 pm

          Alfredo: “…and shameful for them to handle a six year old”

          I agree.

          However six is outside of my definition where the male is capable and interested.

          DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 11:49 pm

Hey, if these guys like “dressing-up” like Muslims, I wonder why they are not seen at the yearly HAJ in Mecca?

BTW…Does anyone of them know the name of MOHAMMED’S MOTHER?
(Please provide the name in the form of a question.)
One never knows when this bit of trivia will come-in handy!

ps: Did I forget the “PBUH”?

PPS: How old / young was his wife?

ppps: Hmmm, Chris Brown could vacation in Afghanistan with Karzai – lots of little boys there.

Dennis on October 9, 2013 at 12:56 pm

Where do I start today? Well for the most part, I agree with Skunky, she made some good points, except for dissing Prince. Yes the man was edgy, but he has since his mother died, he’s been actively involved in his Latter Day Saints Church and promised his mother he wouldn’t make anymore sexually explicit music. Also recently when he received a lifetime achievement award, he stated in his speech, that he went about it wrong (being so sexually explicit during his career) and told the young artists you don’t have to be like that, to have a successful career. So the man is trying to make amends, So let the man Live.
As for Chris Brown, he’s a Dirtball. However, all the haters, who say he has no talent, need to look in the mirror and see that he’s a star and YOU aren’t. The guy is over the top in the talent department, but an arrogant asshole.
DS Rocks, he isn’t lying about doing the deed @ 8. He probably didn’t do much, but in the hood, I remember a game we would play with older kids, called “Hide and Go Get it” yeah like Hide and Seek, but a litte different. So his story isn’t too far fetched.
I was going to literally annihilate Alfredo, but he gets a pass today with this topic, except the part that Rhianna doesn’t look good. That’s silly.

Big D on October 9, 2013 at 1:41 pm

    Big D, I will paste here a previous comment to you:

    Curious that the only hits regarding “Blacks United Against Niggas” are three from this very site.”

    Since you hold forth as some kind of expert with an impressively nuanced view of race relations, and since you keep referring here to BUAN, where is this group?

    skzion on October 9, 2013 at 2:09 pm

      Skzion, my group is very much real here in Sacramento, though I admit small, (there are not many, who would join a group with such an aggressive title) my family, and some friends think it is over top and very extreme. You won’t find any references online, etc, there are no blogs, or a website, but good lookin’out, for attempting to find it. My points of view are very tame on here, because in a forum like this, many whites would think (as I see what some bigots post)its just free reign to disparage and lambaste blacks, and that’s not the point. So I keep it reeled in. B.U.A.Nistas are in full effect!

      Big D on October 9, 2013 at 5:10 pm

        Big D, I really can’t figure out what your group’s ideology is. I don’t understand much of what you say here–and I do not blame myself for that.

        skzion on October 9, 2013 at 5:13 pm

          B.U.A.N has no membership dues, all that is required is a positive attitude about education, intelligent thinking, self improvement and the desire to be orderly, respectful, courteous person who is a good neighbor and a good citizen. No particular level of education is necessary, but you MUST be at least in favor of education. You must believe for example that it is a good idea to actually possess a library card regardless of whether you currently have one.

          Big D on October 9, 2013 at 6:44 pm

          Skzion, you have skillfully cornered BDD. I. Love. It. Good on ya! :D

          And he displays NONE of those things he “says” BUAN stands for. Not here at least. Not once. If he did, I’d be his biggest fan.

          But I am not and don’t even respect him. All it takes is a good brain and righteous, critical thinking.

          Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 7:35 pm

    Ooooooooooooooo, I get a pass today, huh, BigD? How magnanimous of you to reach down from your Royal Throne at the risk of breaking your Royal Spine to get to the extreme depths of the garbage dump in which I live. I’ve NEVER gotten personal with anyone here, although two people have given me the back of their hand on one occasion, without addressing the substance of what I said. I let that go. And I’m not going to respond, although your response was obviously a PERSONAL “warning” to me. With that, I leave you in the hands of The Lord. He’s perfectly capable of fighting the battles which I cannot.

    As for Rihanna, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 2:34 pm

      Alfredo, you truly have me mis-understood, if you think any of this is personal. If somehow that is the message I conveyed, it was in error. I just know that I rarely concur with your posts, and I was merely acknowledging your personal experience and think it is nothing to make light of; hence you get a pass, btw, I am pretty Regal, aren’t I?

      Big D on October 9, 2013 at 4:58 pm

        That’s pretty cool, BigD, I appreciate that much, thank you.

        But I’m interested in the part where you “rarely concur” with my posts. Is it the emphasis on the Bible and Jesus Christ? My lamentations about the toilet culture that America and the rest of the world has become? My pointing to what I perceive as the world ganging up on the United States and Israel as the focal point of the problems in the world?

        Is it my desire to see the United States return to being a constitutional republic, with low taxes, low crime, strong national defense and law enforcement, private property rights, minimal with only the necessary regulation on business? My belief that Islam is not a genuine religion but a means to an end, namely the destruction of American and Western European style societies? My strong opinions on today’s cultural icons? Not baiting you here, just genuinely curious.

        Is it what I said about Chris Brown, Snoop Lion, etal? Don’t forget that I stated I was perfectly aware he could enter The Kingdom while I might go in to the Lake of Fire. That’s not a gratuitous statement made of any phoniness, it’s a realization that in the end God might deem that I am a piece of shit while people I have a bad opinion of now could well be worthy of his greatest mercies and eternal life.

        I could not be sincere in my belief in the Bible if I did not acknowledge that possibility. This is why the bottom line for me is something you’ve perhaps seen in certain posts, what I call a “stock line” of mine. It is, if Hitler and I were standing outside the gates of The Kingdom on Judgment Day and God popped his head out the door to say there’s only room for one left, I’d have to say “take him.” That’s because it’s not for me to think, oh, it’s Hitler standing next to me, make the terrible mistake of assuming the spot belongs to me and go strutting in like George Jefferson. That would be WRONG, if it were Hitler standing next to me, Chris Brown, Snoop Lion, or anyone else, just plain wrong. I just believe that in the here and now, I have a right to strong opinions, just as I believe that everyone does.

        With regard to race based matters, I have never really touched on that subject. While I have my strong opinions about the Trayvon Martin case, which seem to differ radically from yours, I’m not the biggest fan of white people in general. I listened to WWRL, an all black radio station, for most of the period from 1968-1978. I painted my first apartment red, black and green, and I fully acknowledge that the White Motherfucker is a real creature, alive and well even today. And I’m not really big on most white music of my generation either, preferring instead the list below, and it’s so long I’m only going to name a few, just to give you an idea.

        The Four Tops, The Temptations, Kool and The Gang, The Jackson 5, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions, The Detroit Emeralds, The Manhattans, Sly and The Family Stone, The Chi-Lites, The O’Jays, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, The Undisputed Truth, Sam Cooke, . . .

        well, you get the idea, the list goes on and on. Yes, I do like some white music of that period, too, The Eagles, Led Zeppelin, Jackson Browne, Three Dog Night, America, ELO, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and that list could go on a bit, but not nearly as much as the first.

        But we’re all mired in the confusion that Satan is laughing about, having God’s children at each other’s throats while he awaits his own doom, achieving his own level of temporary satisfaction.

        Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 6:32 pm

          Alfredo, if you’re not approved by Big, Dumb Dinky that means you’re living right. I’d wear it like a badge of honour.

          I like my music good, PERIOD. Even if by aliens from Planet Claire. But you named lots of fabulous talent from the 70s…and I love Tavares most of all.

          My iPod contains many songs by artists I loathe because of the broken clock rule. It’s funny to see bands I hate on there but it’s usually 1 song (I HATE, loathe, despise boring U2 but I love, love their song “One”…I can count the songs I love by those bores on 1 hand, too…). Also, boring Sting comes to mind but I like “Fortress Around Your Heart” and “Dessert Rose” and creepy “Invisible Sun” (Police) but he’s a big, pompous bore to me so I just take the tunes I like and ignore the rest.

          Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 7:18 pm

    Big, Dumb Dinky, I don’t get all gushy about perverted fools who feel remorse once they are tired, old Queens. Puh-Leeze. There were plenty of other artists who didn’t put perversion on display and don’t have to apologize for it. I don’t like Prince. I remember thinking those who liked him were big perverts. I self-censored myself from listening to pervert music as a teen (although I listened to heaps of punk rock that was more angsty than pervert-y) because I have never liked perverts. Even as a young, feminist Liberal I had a mind of a Conservative (but didn’t know it at the time…).

    I didn’t want to be a pervert so I didn’t listen to pervert artists. It was as elementary as that for me. But I also didn’t listen to Pat Boone or stuff like that. I have never liked “Christian” Metal…I’ll take the evil stuff and use my brain on how to process it (listening to “Venom” or “Napalm Death” wouldn’t make me into a devil worshipper…although I did stay clear of REAL Satanic Norwegian metal…). I’ve never liked watered down, greasy kids stuff.

    Chris Brown is NOT a sign of pop greatness. Popularity does NOT make one better than. Never did and never well (but some great stuff that is pop based does get thru’ due to law of averages…this happened in great numbers in the fabulous 70s). I have never heard a CB song…and hope I never will. Just because some one is popular, that is NOT a measure of their talent. Nutty Sinead O’Connor has lost it over Viley Virus but Viley Virus will NEVER, EVER have the talent nutter Sinead had on her debut CD “The Lion & The Cobra”. Almost NOBODY will…Sinead has mental health issues for other things but talent she has never lacked…her illness gets in her way (like my other fav music artist somewhat forgotten in 2013…but her talent is real and spectacular!).

    And your recollections on your pervy youth are why the Black Community is in crisis. Perversion everywhere. Nothing to brag about. Just wicked sad.

    And so, we are back at square one again and it is well known where I stand on that (repeat verse, same as the 1st…).

    Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 5:30 pm

      Skunky, as many songs as Prince had written,(plays damn near 30 instruments) you are to tell me, you didn’t like any? Hard to believe. He wasn’t just about Kink. lol. Don’t front, I know you were at the premiere of Purple Rain and couldn’t wait until Under the Cherry Moon came out. :)

      2. Chris Brown as a singer is garbage. The kid can dance his ass off, though, definitely gives a good performance. Screw his voice.

      3. Kids will be kids, I didn’t make up the game, too funny, I never thought that because of Hide and Go Get it, the black community is in shambles, who would have thought. Come on, really? Nice try, but weak sauce.

      4. I was Always and still am a Pantera fan. (When all the white and black teenagers were riding around with their “booming systems” bumpin N.W.A, I’d be play “A new level, of Confidence and Power, such Power” lol. So you were able to listen to Slayer, without being corrupted? Cheers!

      Big D on October 9, 2013 at 6:25 pm

        BDD, I NEVER said I didn’t like any of his songs…but the ones I do I can count on one hand…and I like them because they were covered better than his originals…I like “Kiss”, “I Wanna Be Your Lover” (70s tune…didn’t know Prince when I first heard it…nobody did…) and I tolerate “Raspberry Beret” but only after the fact when I heard it covered by hipsters years ago…I never liked his stuff when he was popular with the exception of “Kiss” & Tom Jones does a better version anyway. He can play 99 instruments and the glockenspiel for all I care. I never have heard him play and don’t care if I ever do. Ever. He ain’t my cuppa. Never will be.

        I always hated Pantera but I do like Slayer. A lot. But my favs were Testament & Exodus…but Megadeth most of all.

        Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 7:06 pm

      skunky: “I have never liked “Christian” Metal…I’ll take the evil stuff and use my brain on how to process it (listening to “Venom” or “Napalm Death” wouldn’t make me into a devil worshipper…”

      Hear, hear!

      DS_ROCKS! on October 9, 2013 at 7:11 pm

      Skunky, “Reply” doesn’t appear under the post I wanted to reply to, but I love “Tavares” too. It’s just that the list had to end somewhere, LOL!!!

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 7:24 pm

Not a Taliban but a Talib-anus.

CornCoLeo on October 9, 2013 at 1:45 pm

I was just reading about the disgusting “Sex Week” taking place shortly at Brown University. I won’t link to it, but it won’t be hard to access on Google. Events like this occur on many, many campuses, including ‘elite’ campuses, where future politicians and business leaders go for ‘higher learning’. Of course they carry these attitudes on after they graduate.

This is the context for Chris Brown’s actions, and helps explain why he is subject to virtually no cultural criticism.

Little Al on October 9, 2013 at 2:04 pm

Naturally they will never have a Patriots Week or Shakespeare week.

Little Al on October 9, 2013 at 2:06 pm

I have been subconsciously switching off music by black artists for years, even before all this kinda crap became the norm.
The harmless R’n’B of the 90′s during the commercial pop explosion has disappeared, gradually replaced by music reinforcing negative black sterotypes and promoting gangs, guns, drugs, illicit sex, even anal rape, you name it!
The UK charts are flooded with this stuff to the point of sheer boredom, and if the song isn’t offensive, then the ‘artist’ makes up for it in spades. The antics of skanks like this don’t really reach the UK unless you an avid follower of entertainment media, but Debbie has certainly opened my eyes to it all.

Eminem, now that was a rare skank from the 90′s but that is a whole other topic.

Robert on October 9, 2013 at 3:00 pm

He has to brag because that is the only part of his anatomy that functions and it only works because the action requires no thought.

Bill Ford on October 9, 2013 at 4:17 pm

Yet another reason to want that woman beating, thug pos taken down like a white tail deer by another rapper with a stupid reason. He’s always going to be a scum bag and the judges he gets always let him off way too easy. Look at that sh–bag smile all the time when he is getting in trouble. The inner city youts that kep that guy dripping in gold and tats get what they deserve. High, young murder rates.

samurai on October 9, 2013 at 6:44 pm

As said before, Chris Brown is an epitome of what I have termed “shallow soul” which has been defined as all about the bling, and the “gangsta” lifestyle, and narcissistic navel-gazing, and so on – and if you go past all the veneer, posturing and other affectations, there’s no “there” there. It is certainly the polar opposite of the “deep soul” of the 1960′s in more ways than one. As messed-up as ’60′s R&B stars like Wilson Pickett most certainly were, they had certifiably more talent on their forehead than Brown has anywhere on his person. I only know of one “hit” Brown had, and the title alone clearly exemplifies what passes for “class” with him: “Yo (Excuse Me Miss).”

And of course, the Leftist media eats this all up, precisely because of the whole issue of “defining deviancy down” plus that whole community supporting Obama and jihad – not necessarily in that order. Notice how these same J-school sad sacks also hate country music because of its supposed “conservative” bent – yet they fawned and drooled over the leftist nutjob Dixie Chicks and especially one of its main members, Natalie Maines.

ConcernedPatriot on October 9, 2013 at 7:14 pm

    I totally agree, CP but just want to add about The Dixie Chicks. You are correct, especially about nutter Natalie Maines. If you read her interview for her long, forgotten NEW CD (she had a Lesbian haircut to promote it…) in Rolling Stone you can read between the lines about how her nuttiness & anger ruined her career…for her and those sisters she sang with who are not popular as they once were TOGETHER.

    That said, I LOVE TDC. Her voice is amazing and they brought back REAL country to crappy mainstream country radio. Their first 3 CD are amazing. I never like Country Music before they came on the scene and I love it now…but not the mainstream pap. “Americana” it is called now.

    She has a great voice but if you read the article you can see why she’s a mental case and how she hates country music now because of her Leftist political views.

    Skunky on October 9, 2013 at 7:28 pm

      Skunky, all things considered, . . .

      “Earl Had To Die.”

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 7:37 pm

      There was no doubt, earlier in their careers, The Dixie Chicks had bona fide talent. It’s just a shame the politics (especially Ms. Maines’) ended up getting in the way and ruining it all.

      But as to why Mr. Brown would have the kind of platform he does despite being a de facto nothing in terms of making music – and ditto for Miley Virus, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Lady “Gag”-a, Justin Bieber, and so on – I could trace this unfortunate phenomena of the promotion of such marginal acts to the lingering effects of the 1996 Telecommunications Act which led to such consolidation of the media as we see today. That was how the so-called “boy bands” (including *NSYNC from which the ultimately execrable Justin Timberlake first made his name) who couldn’t even play a note of a musical instrument (and in any case seemed to be offered as a reaction to the whole alt-rock and grunge movement which took it on the chin in the wake of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain’s death), as well as the “pop princesses” (Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson and even Mandy Moore) who were brought up by the industry as sort of a reaction to the “Lilith Fair” type acts (as well as the likes of Lisa Loeb), got to be foisted onto the sheeple over the airwaves in the first place while more talented (relatively speaking) acts all but disappeared from view. Not to mention the whole juvenilization of music content as exemplified by the influence of “Radio Disney” and acts affiliated in some way with The Disney Channel. (Notice I didn’t mention the gangsterization of R&B and hip hop in that period, in which Chris Brown would certainly qualify as Exhibit A.)

      ConcernedPatriot on October 9, 2013 at 9:42 pm

Wilson Pickett, another one of my favorites, but as I told Skunky, my list had to end somewhere, LOL!!! Don’t get me started on Natalie Maines. Has she moved to Mauritania yet? Perhaps a jungle area of The Philippines? Bangladesh? A peat bog in Scotland? Siberia? Since she doesn’t believe in patriotism, nationalism or probably God, perhaps she can be one of those first celebrities who are all planning to restart the whole thing on the Moon or Mars.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 7:28 pm

“The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.”

“The stupidest questions of all were asked by Mollie, the white mare. The very first question she asked Snowball was: “Will there still be sugar after the Rebellion?” “No,” said Snowball firmly.”

Frankz on October 9, 2013 at 7:37 pm

Frank, ROTFLMAO!!! What was that from? Hilarious. And as for Molly, are you talking about that combination of Ecstasy and Speed, or whatever Molly is? LOL!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 7:47 pm

    Alfredo, that must be from Animal Farm. And well chosen, I’d add.

    skzion on October 9, 2013 at 9:44 pm

      That’s what I thought, thank you. I remember ohhhhh, way back in elementary school if memory serves me correctly, which would be about 534 B.C., when many people I went to school with were discussing it. In later years, hanging with intellectual types, mostly left leaning, the discussions made it sound quite relevant and profound. Thanks again.

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 9:56 pm

You are right Alfredo, the only posts where we have been at odds is the Trayvon Martin posts. What you replied in your aforementioned posts today, I have no problem with.

As far as Skunky, “I always hated Pantera…” lol we can’t agree for sh*t. Too funny.

“He can play 99 instruments and the glockenspiel for all I care.” Lol @ glockenspiel. You did ok today, until you strayed and said I don’t represent B.U.A.N. this I refuse to debate with you about, you are going down a road that you do not want to travel, my friend. I made it very clear what B.U.A.N represents in my reply to Szkion and will continue to do so.

Big D on October 9, 2013 at 8:40 pm

I read again the details of what you said about B.U.A.N., BigD. Those are values I can all firmly agree with, and I found it fascinating that you mentioned library card. It seems as though you’re a good bit younger than me, but one thing my mother taught me was the value of a library card. She also brought me up to respect the incredible value of being able to read well, and to make reading an important part of my life.

Although my mother is not very good at math, she insisted at the very least, that when I grew up, I would be proficient at reading, expressing myself at least fairly well in writing and have whatever math skills I could muster. Thankfully, The Lord blessed me with very good math skills, but not toward advanced math such as calculus, or certain aspects of geometry. That stuff makes my head hurt, but addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, whether mentally or on paper, I am very good at.

Although I never “made anything” out of myself in terms of financial success, I have always attributed my ability to get by in large part to my reading skills (12.2 level in 7th grade) and math aptitude. As I look around the world, I can see that such skills translate to a goodly amount of power in any society. If one possesses these skills, you can usually find a way to pull yourself up, or at least hold your own.

Long live the library card!!! Although I no longer have need for nor maintain one, your mention of same was an interesting bit. To tell you the truth, with all the library closings over the years and the advent of the internet, even on our cell phones, I had no idea they still held any relevance.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 9, 2013 at 8:57 pm

    Reading is the foundation of all learning.

    Big D on October 10, 2013 at 3:45 pm

Skunky, I’m having it out with Celestial Slime on the “soldier gets killed by blacks” thread. Feel free to join in.

skzion on October 9, 2013 at 10:09 pm

I’m pointing this out for Skunky. I didn’t know where else to post this. This evening I see a headline in the SacBee, that says Jerry Brown passes a law that bans companies from asking if a person has committed a felony.

That isn’t the kicker, the kicker is this, which I didnt know:

“The Obama administration has sued companies over their criminal-conviction screening policies, arguing that they discriminate against ethnic groups disproportionately convicted of crimes, such as Latinos and African Americans.”

See I agree with you, liberals aren’t doing blacks and mexicans any favors, they’re only reinforcing negative belief systems that blacks and mexicans are losers, committing crimes, and are in need of constant assistance. This is goddamn sickening. Can you believe that these libs, think they are helping matters? How fucked up is the aforementioned argument. Its laughable.

Do not ever think I’d be down with this foolishness. Stuff like this just weakens the nation even further. I’m for some second chances, but using the term “Discriminates” and believing its a valid cause and argument is just pitiful.

Big D on October 10, 2013 at 10:25 pm

Not surprising for Governor Moonbeam. It’s the same old, same old playbook. Instead of really working to make things better, convince all the poor and downtrodden that there’s a bogeyman and pile on. Great post, thanks, BigD.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 10, 2013 at 11:15 pm

Isn’t this something Alfedo? Exactly, like its everyone else’s fault that the Stats are the stats. Insane.

Big D on October 11, 2013 at 6:32 pm

I’m kinda glad I went to a decent Texas school in the 1980s, rather than college today.

Los Angeles is an hellhole, as are Chicago, NYC, etc. My Dad asked me if I would ever think of coming back to Chicago to practice Medicine and I told him “Hell, no. I would rather have rabid wolverines gnaw my legs off.”

He told me not to exaggerate, and I said I wasn’t.

Occam's Tool on October 13, 2013 at 10:47 pm

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