posted on Nov, 24 2012 @ 01:01 AM
Originally posted by spinalremain
Reply to post by Trustfund
The ones who are angry about being PC are the ones who cannot give you an example of how it interferes with their everyday life.
They are slackjawed honkies who want to run at the lip about ni**er this and Ni**er that. To intrude upon how they were taught to think and speak is
upsetting to them.
-Dam slackjawed, honkie bastards
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I don't think of that word.....of course, only dark skin people are allowed to say that. It's in all the rap songs just about.
What I'm irked about is the banning of common words, such as when a high school voted "NO" to call their football team Cougars because it's a
term relating to older women, hence why it's politically incorrect. Stupid IMO...
Here is a list of a few words that they are trying to "ban" per nations schools.....
The word “dinosaur” made the hit list because dinosaurs suggest evolution which creationists might not like. “Halloween” is targeted
because it suggests paganism;
a “birthday” might not be happy to all because it isn’t celebrated by Jehovah’s Witnesses.
“Republican” is banned because it is associated with “dissent” and “obstruction”, according to Department of Education sources.
Words that suggest wealth are excluded because they could make kids jealous. “Poverty” is also on the forbidden list.
“In a throwback to “Footloose,” the word “dancing” is also taboo.
However, there is good news for kids that like “ballet”: The city made an exception for this form of dance.
Also banned are references to “divorce” and “disease,” because kids taking the tests may have relatives who split from spouses or are ill.
Some students think banning these words from periodic assessment tests is ridiculous. Those students have been expelled from their schools.
There is a whole list of words on this site that is banned near the bottom of the page.
People have gone crazy with PC any more.
And it has nothing to do with the hate words that you are referring too.
These are every day words that most of us don't even realize are on the list.