Originally Posted by drblank
There you go again, making false assumptions. I never said they are lying if they disagree. Where did I say that?
You wrote, "Do you know any employees at Apple really well where you know they aren't going to BS you? If you do, ask them to tell you the truth." which, as I stated, is what you are insinuating with your comment "where you know they aren't going to BS you" because anything other than your pre-determined narrative is BSing you.
I'm not a racist, why are you constantly bringing that up. To not like what Dr. Dre and the rap culture is all about is NOT being racist. If you think that I am, you really have a psychological problem.
Again, your words in two very long threads where I pointed it out repeatedly but no need to go and find them when you leave the following racist gem in the next paragraph...
I tell you what. Since you aren't a racist against rap music, go ahead and drive down to Compton and live there and see if you can fit in. I'd be willing to wager that you wouldn't last more than a minute before you high tailed it out of there. You would in fear for your life down there. You wouldn't fit in, or prove that you would. ou wouldn't fit in, or prove that you would. Go ahead and live amongst the rapper community for a year and PROVE It to me. I've probably hung around and talked to more people that have listened to rap music than you and they were both white and blacks and I know their mentality from seeing it. You don't even have the GUTS to actually go to a rap concert. Go ahead, go to a rap concert, Enjoy your sense of non-racist attitude for a couple of hours. You are, as they say, a hypocrite.
1) Here's another racially motivated comment with an added bonus of using the absolutely absurd phrase "racist against rap music." How exactly is music
2) This is also another example of you making assumptions without any evidence.
There are a lot of other styles of music like country that I'm not a big fan of. I've played that music before and have listened to it. I don't have a single country album in my entire collection. But at least they have musicians that play REAL musical instruments and actually SING. But I don't really listen to it for enjoyment, does that mean I'm racist? I don't like Achy Breaky Heart or Billy Ray Cyrus, does that mean I'm racist?
Go away you bother me with your completely fictitious made up stories.
If you referred to county music as not being real
music because it's full of [add stereotypes] then it would be a bigoted comment. Note, it wouldn't be racist — unlike your comments talking about "the blacks" you know that agree with you that rap music isn't music — unless you think that those that like country music to be a race.