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So i'm sitting down doing homework in my room just now. Outside i see this cop through the wondow come up to a black guy (theres about 2 black people in boulder with 60,000 people) who was soliciting. I go outside and kinda ask the cop whats up and why this guy is in trouble, told him that i was making sure that no one is getting in trouble for something they didnt do. The cop is like "no no dont worry, theres no problem here. Jamal just doesn't have a soliciting permit, somebody just called to say that there was a black guy dressed in a button down shirt walking around the rickest neighborhood you could imagine. The black guy seems pretty chill about it so i go inside. A half hour later i see 2 more cop cars come to pick this guy up for not having a soliciting permit...anybody else feel bad for black people.
This only makes me think of this ton of new racist jokes I've been hearing lately, and laugh out loud. So I guess not. I mean yes, racial profiling is horrible but I've never seen it happen in my peaceful canadian town so I'd rather not concern myself with it.
Man, those jokes, though... Horrible, I know, but fuckin' hilarious if you know that they're only jokes. If someone made a funny white joke I'd laugh, problem is there isn't much to laugh about with us.
yes, my buddy whose half-black gets harrassed in boulder all the time. whenever he gets pulled over, they make him get out of the car to talk or do a roadside test. I've never had that happen to me, not once.
hahaha i got the best one
what do u say to a black jew
get to the BacK of the oven
not but seriusly tho some black people dont deserve what they get i feel bad. There is this chill black guy on my street he is like a chill guy and he dresses not ghetto hes in his mid 20's hes one of the french black guys he reminds me of
theire henre )not sure how to spell his name)