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Are there any "Cornball Brothers" on the Webzone?

Wtf
Black dude here with a white girlfriend and a full time govt job, part time Oregon State student... T-t-t-totally duuuude.
Originally posted by zillabeast:

She's cute.

Bad dress though.
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Originally posted by vrabbit:
Originally posted by crzy:
Everyone knows that RG3 is another Tiger Woods / Carlton

But that's not some s**t you should say on national television.

Woah

I'm not saying its a bad thing but it's true.

There are different types of people and personalities.

And black people in this country have serious racial identity issues that they're still trying to sort out.
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
Originally posted by crzy:
Everyone knows that RG3 is another Tiger Woods / Carlton

But that's not some s**t you should say on national television.

Woah

I'm not saying its a bad thing but it's true.

There are different types of people and personalities.

And black people in this country have serious racial identity issues that they're still trying to sort out.

why? do you know RG3, or like Parker is that just your perception of it?

and we agree on your last sentence, and it ain't just black people FWIW
Originally posted by dcsham:
Originally posted by jrg:
Heard this earlier today on 101 ESPN.


Amazing. Reverse racist a*****e, but I guess that's ok.

explain the term reverse racism to me---isnt what rob parker is doing just racism? reverse racism implies blacks cannot be racist...

i guess i am a cornball too because my wife is white
[ Edited by hofer36 on Dec 14, 2012 at 9:02 AM ]
i heard parker also took on griffith because he is a republican

one analyst i heard said he thinks that parker, like the guy that wrote about kaerpnick's tatoos, was just tring to wrote something that would stir up interest
Yahoo report has a bit more detail. http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/video-espn-rob-parker-says-ridiculous-things-rg3-195448822--nfl.html

If we are ever to get past racism in America, or any country, we need to quit using hyphens in describing people. In speech, in writing, whatever. That is what RGIII said about himself. He views himself as an American, not an AFRICAN-American. It is people like Parker who are their own worst enemy. RGIII is a bright, articulate guy who should be viewed as a role model for ALL Americans, not just a particular color of ethnicity. Parker's comments about black people are very DISempowering. By emphasizing race over all else, he is sending a message that blacks are inferior and are being held back by their ethnicity. It is people like Parker that are doing more to keep race at the center of the conversation than any thing else.
Originally posted by zillabeast:







came in here to post the cornballer. u beat me to it. Frito Bandito.
Originally posted by dcsham:
Originally posted by zillabeast:

She's cute.

Bad dress though.

Big tittays.
I'm from S.E. Wash D.C. and I can tell you this:
RGIII is no cornball. He just gets it.
He has money to make in a short ten to thirteen year window or less and is projecting the most marketable image.
There is nothing wrong there, even if that is in fact who "he" is.
That dude needs to stop perpetuating that trash and let a young ninja get his paper from everyone.
Plenty of "Brothers" who he was referring to that date outside their race. Listen to any rap artist outside of conscience hip-hop and that's all they talk about. Are they cornball brothers?
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by dcsham:
Originally posted by zillabeast:

She's cute.

Bad dress though.

Big tittays.

Originally posted by zillabeast:
Originally posted by crzy:
Everyone knows that RG3 is another Tiger Woods / Carlton

But that's not some s**t you should say on national television.



Totally. He was same way down here at Baylor, too.

Carlton/Woods makes me think of the goofy sweater-vest-wearing type. Is that what being "cornball" means? Or is it more akin to saying someone isn't "black enough"?