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#16 06-11-2012, 08:58:22 AM
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PoC (people of color) is a term that generally refers to any non-white skin colors, not only black.


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#17 06-11-2012, 09:06:37 AM
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I learned everything I need to know about Brazil from Max Payne 3

SPOILER (hover here to read)
bang bang white man shoots colored people huge explosion corrupt government coverup boom


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#18 06-11-2012, 15:07:02 PM
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you got the gist of it


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#19 06-11-2012, 17:44:17 PM
word filters duuuhhh
Except one of the was filtered, and the other wasn't.


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#20 06-11-2012, 18:08:28 PM
some people have them on and other people do not OMG




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#21 06-11-2012, 19:03:15 PM
PoC (people of color) is a term that generally refers to any non-white skin colors, not only black.

that term really pisses me off, partially because it's inaccurate and partially because the only people who use it are those pious lefty social justice bellends who should really know better than to use it

Finally, I get a piece of hard proof that EJ is black. That, combined with the fact that he lives in England (or at least the UK, but I'm assuming England, right?) makes him automatically the most interesting person on this forum.

Now I have someone to ask about what's offensive to black people and what's offensive to Brits. Also, now that we've opened up the issue of race, we can discuss mythology regarding racial classification. For example, are dwarves their own race? Are elves technically human?


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#22 06-11-2012, 19:05:31 PM
Oh poo poo I just found out I can't edit my own posts.


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#23 06-11-2012, 19:18:32 PM
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new suggested feature: everyone but thunder gets to edit thunder's posts




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#24 06-11-2012, 19:54:08 PM
new suggested feature: everyone but thunder gets to edit thunder's posts
This is change I can get behind.


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PoC (people of color) is a term that generally refers to any non-white skin colors, not only black.

that term really pisses me off, partially because it's inaccurate and partially because the only people who use it are those pious lefty social justice bellends who should really know better than to use it

That was probably the first and only time i have ever used it, I don't like it either
I guess what I tried to mean is just that what some people call "color" people includes but is not exclusive to, black people


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JC VON BASTARD
#26 07-11-2012, 00:11:44 AM
Aren't the 'coloured' people more correctly incas instead of 'black?'
I should point out that there are indeed a lot of people of African descent in Brazil thanks to SLAVERY.




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#27 07-11-2012, 00:43:16 AM
i'm pretty sure EJ is the whitest motherfetcher on the planet.



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Aren't the 'coloured' people more correctly incas instead of 'black?'
I should point out that there are indeed a lot of people of African descent in Brazil thanks to SLAVERY.

This is true, but they're not a majority, the majority is very much compromised of white people like me, so it's really just like any other town in the USA I think since you can find just about every kind of person here.

PoC (people of color) is a term that generally refers to any non-white skin colors, not only black.

that term really pisses me off, partially because it's inaccurate and partially because the only people who use it are those pious lefty social justice bellends who should really know better than to use it

That was probably the first and only time i have ever used it, I don't like it either
I guess what I tried to mean is just that what some people call "color" people includes but is not exclusive to, black people

Aye, I'm not sure how widely that is accepted among those it refers to (If I called my asian friend a 'person of colour' then she'd probably just be very confused and think I was calling her black). I don't get how some pale asian guy is "of colour" but some tanned, dark-skinned white dude apparently isn't

You're right, I guess it is a silly term after all.


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Thunder
#29 07-11-2012, 08:04:10 AM
Technically, we all have color unless our RGB values are perfectly aligned.


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JC VON BASTARD
#30 07-11-2012, 10:44:33 AM
Aren't the 'coloured' people more correctly incas instead of 'black?'
I should point out that there are indeed a lot of people of African descent in Brazil thanks to SLAVERY.

This is true, but they're not a majority, the majority is very much compromised of white people like me, so it's really just like any other town in the USA I think since you can find just about every kind of person here.
Well yeah, I was just saying that "colored people" are not all native americans in Brazil, different from like Mexico or Central America




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