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originally posted by: JIMC5499
Think about some of the posts made here on ATS. Would they be made if there was a possibility that the poster would lose their job over it?
originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: Grovit
A wise man once said:
"Is this gonna get ugly, now? Huh? I hope not. Because I thought what we were here, racial differences notwithstanding, was just a couple of old friends."
I would say it's good advice but what do I know "Sooner or later I rub everybody the wrong way. "
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If you are uncertain or concerned about the appropriateness of any statement or posting, refrain from making the communication until you discuss it with [YOUR MANAGER/DEPARTMENT NAME].
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originally posted by: muse7
I don't know who the biggest race baiters are right now
I'd say it's a tie between Jesse Jackson, al sharpton and the right wing fringe that loves to play the victim card